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  • Microsofts SQL Server 2005 kommt ohne Mirroring-Funktion

  • Gizmondo Widescreen: Reaktionen auf Sonys PSP

    Im 2.Quartal 2006 soll Sony's Anfang September auf den Markt gekommene mobile High-End-Konsole Sony PSP ernstzunehmende Konkurrenz aus Großbritannien bekommen. Laut vieler Stimmen im Web plant Tiger Telematics, bekannt für seine Windows Mobile-Konsole Gizmondo ein Nachfolgemodell mit Widescreen-Display... …mehr

  • Unzählige Spammer machen sich an PCs zu schaffen

  • UPDATE: IT-Dienstleister Logica CMG will französische Unilog kaufen

  • Nach Abbauplänen: IG Metall fordert von Siemens "unternehmerische Konzepte"

  • VATM fordert Senkung der Vorleistungspreise auf DSL-Markt

  • HP übernimmt Peregrine Systems und AppIQ

  • Acer will auf den dritten Platz

  • Billiganbieter easyMobile will deutschen Markt angreifen

  • Microsofts Exchange-Fahrplan opfert Abwärtskompatibilität

  • Update: SBS-Chef von Hammerstein und 2400 Mitarbeiter gehen

    Nur erfolgreiche Geschäfte könnten Arbeitsplätze sichern und schaffen, kommentierte Siemens-Chef Klaus Kleinfeld die bei SBS und Com geplanten Stellenstreichungen. …mehr

  • Kann Siemens-Chef Kleinfeld SBS "gesundschrumpfen"?

  • Hilfe für das Patch-Management

  • AT&T testet Managed RFID-Services

  • SBS-Chef von Hammerstein geht

  • Serena will stärker ins Compliance-Geschäft

  • Business Objects schnürt Päckchen für den Mittelstand

  • Amerikanische Banken entwickeln Standards für die IT-Notfallplanung

  • Turbolinux glückt Börsengang

  • Oce übernimmt US-Konkurrenten Imagistics

  • Oracle verrät Einzelheiten über künftige Middleware-Version

  • Avaya kündigt VoIP-Migrationspfad für Tenovis-Kunden an

  • SAP übernimmt Triversity

    Die SAP AG ist bei der Suche nach einem Ersatz für den vom Konkurrenten Oracle weggeschnappten Retail-Spezialisten Retek nun offenbar fündig geworden. …mehr

  • Cisco: Neue Produkte für kleinere Unternehmen

  • Bea will mehr Open-Source-Tools nutzen

  • IT-Dienstleister Logica CMG will französische Unilog kaufen

  • Symantec stellt Serie von Security-Appliances vor

    Symantec stellt mit der Symantec Gateway Security 5600 Series die dritte Generation seiner Security Appliances vor, die speziell für mitteltändische Unternehmen konzipiert wurdern. …mehr

  • Nach Wahlausgang: Bitkom fordert Koalition der Vernunft

  • Mobilcom startet eigenen Billiganbieter Klarmobil

  • ERP-Zufriedenheitsstudie: Kleine Hersteller mit Vorteilen - bei SAP wird das Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis beanstandet

    Mehr als 1700 Anwender von Business-Software haben im Rahmen der Studie "ERP-Zufriedenheit Deutschland 2005" ihr Urteil abgegeben. Dabei stellten sie den Herstellern und ihren Produkten im Schnitt die Note "Gut" aus. …mehr

  • BITKOM zum Wahlausgang: Innovation ins Zentrum der Politik rücken

    Bernhard Rohleder, Hauptgeschäftsführer des Bundesverbands Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien (BITKOM), kommentiert den Ausgang der Bundestagswahl: "Die Wahl hat nicht die notwendige Klärung der politischen Verhältnisse gebracht. Wer auch immer die künftige Bundesregierung stellt: Die begonnenen Reformen müssen beschleunigt und vertieft werden." …mehr

  • New Zealand software finds home in Botswana

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  • Utility IT workers help sister company in Mississippi

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  • HP to acquire Peregrine Systems for $425M

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  • Study: Health care could save billions with e-records

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  • US Coast Guard deploys Belarc"s IT management system

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  • Rally adds Eclipse link to hosted developer service

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  • EDS cuts staff in Australia

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  • DIMIA systems get $600 million overhaul

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  • Nokia joins Eclipse in mobile tools move

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  • OPENWORLD - Oracle upgrades app server with SOA in mind

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  • OPENWORLD - Oracle, EDS to team on application management

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  • Can open source companies innovate?

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  • Gov"t, private sector team on Philippines health care

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  • Philippine contact centers aim to curb attrition rate

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  • Experts: Future security threats to target VOIP

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  • IBM rolls out optimization strategy

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  • Analysts ponder Oracle"s Siebel acquisition

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  • HP aims to fight complexity for partners

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  • Cisco enters SME space

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  • Mit Schalldämpfern gegen laute PCs

    Auch wenn Case-Modding - das Modifizieren von PC-Gehäusen - eher bei jugendlichen Spielern angesagt ist: Manchmal kommen auch gute Ideen aus der Welt der LAN-Partys. Eine davon ist das "Silencer Kit" von Sharkoon , das dabei helfen soll, lauten Rechner das Flüstern beizubringen. …mehr

  • PDF-Blender: Jonglieren mit PDFs

    Den meisten Freeware-PDF-Programmen fehlen Funktionen zum Zusammenfügen mehrerer PDFs zu einer Datei oder zur Verschlüsselung. In diese Lücke springt das Open-Source-Tool "PDF Blender" ein. Das Windows-Programm steht zum Download bereit. …mehr

  • Wie Firmen Bewerber auf ihre Websites locken

    Viele Unternehmen putzen ihre Karriereseiten hübsch heraus, um talentierte Stellensuchende anzulocken. Einigen gelingt die Eigenwerbung besonders gut. …mehr

  • Content-Management: Wege zum Erfolg

    Web-Content-Management ist inzwischen fester Bestandteil von Enterprise-Content-Management- Plattformen. Spezialisierte Produkte sind jedoch oft die bessere Wahl.  …mehr

  • Gov't, private sector team on Philippines health care

    Premium-Inhalt. Seeking to address the increasing concerns in rural health systems, the Development Bank of the Philippines, through IT subsidiary DBP Data Center Inc. (DCI), has teamed up with health-care solutions provider Salus Informatics Inc. to develop IT solutions for the public health sector.

  • OPENWORLD - Oracle, EDS to team on application management

    Premium-Inhalt. At the OpenWorld conference this week Oracle will announce a deal with EDS to combine both companies' application management and modernization services as a single offering.

  • DIMIA systems get $600 million overhaul

    Premium-Inhalt. Indelibly scarred by the all too human mistakes of its previous senior management, the Australian Department of Immigration, Multiculturalism and Indigenous Affairs has rekindled its faith in information technology.

  • Cisco enters SME space

    Premium-Inhalt. Cicso Monday announced its SME offering, dubbed the Cisco Business Communications Solution. According to the company the reason for delving into the SME arena is that it wants to bring its enterprise offerings down to the SME -- thereby levelling the playing field between SMEs and enterprises.

  • New Zealand software finds home in Botswana

    Premium-Inhalt. Technology from New Zealand financial management software provider Greentree is being used in Botswana.

  • IBM rolls out optimization strategy

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM recently announced its IT optimization strategy, which, it says, will help companies better align their IT infrastructure with their business processes. The end result -- streamlining a company to provide the best services at a minimal cost.

  • Experts: Future security threats to target VOIP

    Premium-Inhalt. While many issues remain unsettled in the area of Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) technology, IT security experts believe that it can be the next major target for various attacks.

  • OPENWORLD - Oracle upgrades app server with SOA in mind

    Premium-Inhalt. Positioning its middleware as a comprehensive SOA platform, Oracle on Monday will roll out an upgrade to its application server that adds a business rules engine, boosts support for Web services, and features an updated ESB (enterprise services bus).

  • Nokia joins Eclipse in mobile tools move

    Premium-Inhalt. Application development for handheld devices will become a key focus of the Eclipse Foundation for open source tooling. Nokia will announce on Monday that it has joined Eclipse and is proposing a project to build a framework for mobile Java developer tools.

  • HP to acquire Peregrine Systems for $425M

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to acquire IT asset and service management software vendor Peregrine Systems Inc. in a cash deal for US$425 million, the two companies announced Monday. By integrating Peregrine's products into its HP OpenView systems management suite, HP said it hopes to position itself as one of the market leaders in asset management software.

  • Study: Health care could save billions with e-records

    Premium-Inhalt. Digitizing medical records in the U.S. could save the health care industry as much as US$81 billion a year and help medical practitioners avoid mistakes, according to a study released last week by the Rand Corp.

  • Rally adds Eclipse link to hosted developer service

    Premium-Inhalt. Rally Software Development is adding an Eclipse plug-in as well as features such as advanced filters for defect management to its hosted service for software lifecycle management.

  • EDS cuts staff in Australia

    Premium-Inhalt. Multinational outsourcer EDS has retrenched 106 applications development staff from its Australian operation, however the company is vehemently denying the redundancies are payback for failed wage negotiations late last month.

  • HP aims to fight complexity for partners

    Premium-Inhalt. At last week's HP Global Partner Conference held in Las Vegas, HP CEO and president, Mark Hurd, said in his opening keynote address that one of the main strategies for HP going forward will be to eliminate the complexity of doing business with the technology giant.

  • US Coast Guard deploys Belarc's IT management system

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Coast Guard is deploying the BelManage IT management system from Maynard, Mass.-based Belarc Inc. on its 40,000 desktops, servers and laptops, the company announced today. The system has already been implemented on 23,000 machines.

  • Analysts ponder Oracle's Siebel acquisition

    Premium-Inhalt. Last week Oracle announced its acquisition of Siebel Systems for US$5.85 billion. According to Oracle CEO, Larry Ellison: 'Siebel's CRM OnDemand was one of the main motivators for the acquisition.'

  • Utility IT workers help sister company in Mississippi

    Premium-Inhalt. When Hurricane Ivan tore through the Florida panhandle a year ago, J.T. Young was one of hundreds of residents whose homes were damaged. So when Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast on Aug. 29, the regional CIO at Gulf Power Co. was quick to lend support to some of the more than 600 workers at sister company Mississippi Power Co. who either lost their homes or suffered significant property damage.

  • Philippine contact centers aim to curb attrition rate

    Premium-Inhalt. Not only is the Philippine contact center industry having difficulty finding qualified agents, given the poor 3 percent to 5 percent acceptance rate, but it is also finding it hard to retain a significant part of its current workforce.

  • Can open source companies innovate?

    Premium-Inhalt. When it comes to open source vendors and innovation, Bill Gates doesn't waver. In an interview at Microsoft's annual Professional Developers Conference (PDC) last week, Gates told CNet, "I don't think that someone who completely gives up license fees is ever going to have a substantial R&D budget and do the hard things, the things too hard to do in a university environment."

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