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  • Reco-Engines sollen bei der Auswahl von Online-Musik helfen

  • Filenet profitiert vom Servicegeschäft

  • Conway-Rauswurf kommt Peoplesoft teuer

  • Lucent erzielt erstmals seit 2000 wieder Jahresgewinn

  • NEC will Supercomputer-Spitze zurück

  • Google sucht schlaue Köpfe

  • Toshiba plant Notebooks mit HD-DVD-Laufwerken

  • AT&T Wireless verbucht Gewinnrückgang um 25 Prozent

  • Seagate verkauft mehr und verdient weniger

  • Electronic Arts spielt hohen Gewinn ein

  • Gartner erwartet steigende IT-Ausgaben

  • Sun ergänzt High-Level-Integration

  • Qualcomm liefert Chips für UMTS-Handys von Siemens

  • Motorola enttäuscht Analysten

    Motorola hat als einer der letzten großen Hersteller von Mobiltelefonen seine Quartalszahlen veröffentlicht und damit seine eigenen Erwartungen nicht erfüllen können. Zwar wuchs der Gewinn auf Grund verschiedener Kostensenkungen auf 479 Millionen US-Dollar, und auch der Umsatz konnte um 26 Prozent auf 8,62 Milliarden US-Dollar zulegen, Analysten und auch die Konzern-Führung hatten jedoch mit besseren Zahlen gerechnet, weshalb der Kurs des Unternehmens an der New Yorker Börse um knapp 5 Prozent nachgab... …mehr

  • Microsoft will universale Kommunikation ermöglichen

  • Google Desktop Search - ein Sicherheitsrisiko?

    Gefährliche Spyware nennt Sicherheitsspezialist Richard Smith die Desktop-Suche von Google. Doch die eigentlichen Risiken liegen nicht im Tool selbst, meinen andere Experten. …mehr

  • US-amerikanische Staatsanwälte beenden Xerox-Untersuchung ohne Klageerhebung

  • IDC: Offshore-Markt wächst bis 2008 auf 17 Milliarden Dollar

  • SAP SI meldet ein starkes Quartal

  • Motorola enttäuscht trotz vervierfachten Quartalsgewinns

  • Siebel gewinnt T-Systems als Hosting-Partner

  • Intel setzt bei Laptops und Servern auf optische Verbindungen

  • HP erhält Outsourcing-Auftrag von der WestLB

  • Cognos und Business Objects docken an Netweaver an

  • EMC erfüllt die hohen Wachstumserwartungen

  • ARM verdoppelt Vorsteuergewinn

  • Bewerbungstipps für Hochschulabsolventen

    Zum Berufseinstieg ist Überzeugungsarbeit gefragt: Viele Studierende bewerben sich nach dem Examen zum ersten Mal und schwanken oft zwischen falscher Bescheidenheit und Größenwahn. Unternehmen erwarten dagegen, dass sich die Bewerber genau mit den Anforderungen und Aufgaben auseinander gesetzt haben, die im späteren Arbeitsalltag auf sie zukommen. Maßgeschneiderte Bewerbungsmappen sind gefragt und keine Massenware. …mehr

  • Information system proposed for South Africa coastline

    Premium-Inhalt. The South African Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT) commissioned the CSIR to develop an information system, based on marine and coastal indicators, which aims to support national decision-making and reporting on the coastal environment.

  • MessageOne acquires Evergreen Assurance

    Premium-Inhalt. E-mail disaster recovery vendor MessageOne Inc. Wednesday announced the acquisition of competitor Evergreen Assurance Inc., a deal that brings together two different approaches to restoring e-mail service after a disaster.

  • Sangonet, Icoza team to provide IT services to NGOs

    Premium-Inhalt. The Southern African NGO Network (SANGONeT) and Icoza will launch a new joint venture, called ngo.za, in Braamfontein Thursday. Jay Naidoo, former minister of communications, and chairperson of the J&J Group, will be the keynote speaker at the launch. Icoza is part of the J&J Group.

  • Survey reveals a security disconnect

    Premium-Inhalt. A recent security survey by Ernst and Young LLP (E&Y) found there is both a lack of IT security priority in the executive suite and a lack of security awareness amongst users.

  • SSA clarifies its ERP vision

    Premium-Inhalt. After a flurry of acquisition activity, ERP software vendor SSA Global Technologies Inc. used its recent SSA Global Client Forum in Philadelphia to show it has managed to forge a clear product roadmap.

  • Bullying an IT workplace problem

    Premium-Inhalt. Physical and psychological harassment or bullying is one of the most damaging workplace issues -- and according to one expert, the IT industry is not immune to it.

  • Tech change discussed at e-gov show

    Premium-Inhalt. Hundreds of public servants gathered at the Showcase Ontario 2004 e-government conference in Toronto recently to discuss the latest in e-government initiatives -- much of it centered on how to instigate and cope with technology change.

  • Information system proposed for South Africa coastline

    Premium-Inhalt. The South African Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT) commissioned the CSIR to develop an information system, based on marine and coastal indicators, which aims to support national decision-making and reporting on the coastal environment.

  • MessageOne acquires Evergreen Assurance

    Premium-Inhalt. E-mail disaster recovery vendor MessageOne Inc. Wednesday announced the acquisition of competitor Evergreen Assurance Inc., a deal that brings together two different approaches to restoring e-mail service after a disaster.

  • Sangonet, Icoza team to provide IT services to NGOs

    Premium-Inhalt. The Southern African NGO Network (SANGONeT) and Icoza will launch a new joint venture, called ngo.za, in Braamfontein Thursday. Jay Naidoo, former minister of communications, and chairperson of the J&J Group, will be the keynote speaker at the launch. Icoza is part of the J&J Group.

  • Survey reveals a security disconnect

    Premium-Inhalt. A recent security survey by Ernst and Young LLP (E&Y) found there is both a lack of IT security priority in the executive suite and a lack of security awareness amongst users.

  • SSA clarifies its ERP vision

    Premium-Inhalt. After a flurry of acquisition activity, ERP software vendor SSA Global Technologies Inc. used its recent SSA Global Client Forum in Philadelphia to show it has managed to forge a clear product roadmap.

  • Bullying an IT workplace problem

    Premium-Inhalt. Physical and psychological harassment or bullying is one of the most damaging workplace issues -- and according to one expert, the IT industry is not immune to it.

  • Tech change discussed at e-gov show

    Premium-Inhalt. Hundreds of public servants gathered at the Showcase Ontario 2004 e-government conference in Toronto recently to discuss the latest in e-government initiatives -- much of it centered on how to instigate and cope with technology change.

  • PeopleSoft users say they"re not concerned

    Premium-Inhalt. The PeopleSoft Inc./Oracle Corp. situation was the subject on everyone?s mind at PeopleSoft?s recent Connect 2004 user conference in San Francisco; naturally, it was also the first issue that Craig Conway addressed in his keynote.

  • Do service providers pose a security risk?

    Premium-Inhalt. Although IT security standards at some offshore development centers may seem shoddy, one Canadian outsourcing service provider says that shouldn"t deter North American companies from handing off work to reputable companies in Canada or overseas -- as long as they do their homework first.

  • RIM chief chose wireless over space

    Premium-Inhalt. Canadian technology pioneer Mike Lazaridis, co-founder of Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM), always dreamt of putting something in space, such as a space probe or part of a spacecraft.

  • Ten ways to boost your search appeal

    Premium-Inhalt. If you don"t know it yet, your marketing department will be telling you about it shortly. To get visitors to come to your site via search engine results (SERPs), you need to rank in the top 20 -- if not the top 10 -- for searches on specific keywords/phrases that your firm is targeting. If your Web site isn"t appearing in the top 10, the chances of someone clicking on your listing drops exponentially for each subsequent page.

  • HP signs $500M IT services deal with German bank

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard Co. announced Wednesday that it has signed a five-year, $500 million IT services contract with German financial services provider WestLB AG. "This is a good win for us in that it has a global component to it," said Joe Hogan, vice president of worldwide marketing, strategy and alliances for HP Managed Services. "We"re going to manage the global IT infrastructure worldwide and provide some application services to them, which we"re currently defining back and forth with them right now."

  • Unisys joins Open Source Development Labs

    Premium-Inhalt. IT services and hardware vendor Unisys Corp. has joined the nonprofit Open Source Development Labs Inc. (OSDL), a move that comes as the company continues to expand its involvement in Linux and open-source products. The Beaverton, Ore.-based OSDL is a global consortium working to accelerate the adoption of Linux in corporate computing.

  • Wavelink integrates wireless mgmt., security software

    Premium-Inhalt. Wavelink Corp. this week announced Wavelink Managed Security, software the company said is designed for integrated wireless LAN management and protection.

  • Systinet CEO: Three phases for Web services

    Premium-Inhalt. Thomas Erickson recently took over as president and CEO of Systinet Corp., one of a growing number of companies focused on the Web services and SOA (service-oriented architecture) management spaces.

  • Tax Office rejects skills shortage claims

    Premium-Inhalt. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is set to embark on one of Australia"s largest document management projects and is confident IT skills shortages will have no affect on the rollout.

  • E-government makes its invisible mark

    Premium-Inhalt. New Zealand e-government has arrived at the first of its self-imposed milestones, and reckons it?s not doing at all badly. There are still, however, weaknesses in seamless collaboration among agencies, and a disappointingly low number of Internet users are using it to access government information and services.

  • Aufschwung soll Honorare beflügeln

    Premium-Inhalt. Mehr Projektanfragen, aber auch mehr Mitbewerber -- diese beiden Trends bestimmen den Markt für Freiberufler. Dennoch hoffen die selbständigen IT-Profis, dass die Talfahrt der Honorare gestoppt ist.

  • Tipps für Existenzgründer

    Zehn Fragen für angehende Unternehmer hat der Existenzgründungsberater Peter Brenner zusammengestellt. Zwar entscheiden sich immer mehr IT-Profis für die Selbständigkeit; doch diesen Schritt sollte sich jeder gut überlegen. Hier die Tipps für Einsteiger. …mehr

  • Deutsche Firmen bilden zu wenig weiter

    In deutschen Unternehmen steht das Thema Weiterbildung hoch im Kurs - allerdings nur theoretisch. Bei der Umsetzung bilden die Deutschen im europäischen Vergleich das Schlusslicht. …mehr

  • 10. Bonner Kongress: Bildung für Leistung

    Unter dem Motto "Performance Improvement und intelligente Qualifizierung" findet der 10. Bonner Kongress am 11. und 12. November 2004 in der Beethovenhalle statt. …mehr

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