Sunday, May 30, 2021

Government names sectors, services that are allowed to operate under total lockdown

May 30, 2021 17:43 pm +08

KUALA LUMPUR (May 30): The government has announced that all economic and social activities will not be allowed, except for a list of economic sectors and services that will be allowed to operate during the total lockdown under Movement Control Order 3.0 (MCO 3.0) effective June 1 until June 14, 2021.

During a press conference earlier today, Senior Minister (Security Cluster) Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said these comprise:

- Food and beverage (F&B), including for animals
- Animal clinics and veterinary
- Water
- Energy
- Security and defence
- Waste management and public cleaning
- Land, air and water transport
- Docks, airports and transport related to cargo and commodities
- Communications, including media, telecommunications and internet services
- Banks, insurance, takaful and the capital markets
- Community credit, such as pawnshops
- E-commerce
- Fuel and lubricants
- Hotels for quarantine purposes only
- Construction and critical infrastructure works
- Forestry

Sunday, May 23, 2021



Almost all businesses can only operate between 8am to 8pm


  • Night market: 4pm to 8pm
  • Petrol stations: 6am to 8pm
  • Highway petrol stations: 24 hours
  • Pharmacy: 8am to 10pm

Work from home

80% of the public sector will work from home.


  • Necessary services and front line services. 

40% of the private sector will work from home.


  • 30% for management, total operational or support staff.

Public Transportation

MRT, Komuter, public buses, LRT, and other public transports will operate at 50% capacity.

  • This includes sea transportation as well.

Public sector

Public sector is also responsible for helping curb the infection.

  • Check staff and visitor MySejahtera status.
  • Limit the number of visitors and staff on the premises.

Law enforcement

Law enforcement agencies will conduct more aggressive checks on both private and public premises.

  • All law enforcement agencies with the ability to issue compounds will monitor SOP compliance in public places or places that are relevant to their duties.
  • Non- security agencies will conduct ops on weekends as well as weekdays.


  • The government will identify high-risk areas such as shopping malls and industrial areas based on the Hotspot Identification For Dynamic Engagement (HIDE). 
  • Any location that is still considered high risk after a risk and involvement evaluation will be closed immediately.

Monday, May 17, 2021

Minister to suggest full MCO in S'gor, given spike in Covid-19 cases

 The Health Ministry believes that a full version of the movement control order (MCO) may be the way to go for Selangor, given the high number of new Covid-19 cases recorded in the state.

Its minister Dr Adham Baba told reporters today that there is the need to advise the government for a stricter control measure as the one in place today has not been able to curb infection.

"The MCO in Selangor was initially imposed...

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Sunday, May 9, 2021

Synology Nas (Efficient data management, Keep your data safe)


What is NAS

NAS (Network Attached Storage) is an intelligent storage device connected to your home or office network. You can store all your family and colleagues’ files on the NAS, from important documents to precious photos, music and video collections. By using a web browser or mobile apps, you can access files and use various services provided by the NAS via the Internet.

Tip 1: Disable the default admin account
Tip 2: Password Strength
Tip 3: Stay up to date and enable notifications
Tip 4: 2-step verification
Tip 5: Run Security Advisor
Tip 6: Basic DSM security features to setup
Tip 7: HTTPS Part 2 – Let’s Encrypt
Tip 8: Change default ports
Tip 9: Disable SSH/telnet when not in use
Tip 10: Encrypt shared folders

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

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📢Announcement: Accounting 1.X & POS 3.X End-of-Life



Thank you for your continuous support.

 Auto Count would like to announce that AutoCount Accounting 1.X and AutoCount Point of Sales (POS) 3.X will enter its End-of-Life phase on 31/03/2023.

This means that after 31/03/2023, there will be no more bug fixes, mandatory enhancements such as SST requirements or software updates for Accounting 1.X and POS 3.X.

As AutoCount Accounting 1.X and POS 3.X series have been in the market since 2006 and the technology applied is no longer sufficient to support future development. Users are encouraged to upgrade into a newer generation system - Accounting 2.0 & POS 5.0, as all our functions and features are built based on latest technology for better user experience with additional features which could benefits you.

MSME Digital Grant MADANI - 1st April 2024

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