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Meldungen vom 23.12.2005

  • IZB Soft und Sparkassen Informatik schließen sich zusammen

    Unter den IT-Dienstleistern der deutschen Sparkassen bahnt sich eine Elefantenhochzeit an. Nach Informationen der COMPUTERWOCHE wollen IZB Soft und Sparkassen Informatik fusionieren. …mehr

  • ADA-HAS-Gruppe wird von Leasing-Spezialist GFKL übernommen

    Die GFKL Financial Services AG wird die Ada-Has-Gruppe übernehmen. Entsprechende Verträge wurden am 22. Dezember 2005 mit der ERGO-Versicherungsgruppe AG und der Signal-Iduna-Gruppe unterzeichnet. …mehr

  • ADA-HAS-Gruppe wird von der GFKL Financial Services AG übernommen

    Die GFKL Financial Services AG wird die Ada-Has-Gruppe übernehmen. Entsprechende Verträge wurden am 22. Dezember 2005 mit der ERGO-Versicherungsgruppe AG und der Signal-Iduna-Gruppe unterzeichnet. …mehr

  • Study: US government should encourage e-recycling

    Premium-Inhalt. To encourage the safe disposal of obsolete computers, monitors and other old electronic hardware in the U.S., the federal government needs to adopt laws to make it cheaper for individuals and businesses to properly recycle the equipment, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.

  • Nissan picks UGS software to design vehicles

    Premium-Inhalt. Nissan Motor Co. has signed a deal with UGS Corp., a vendor of product life-cycle management (PLM) software, to design and build its next generation of vehicles.

  • Sprint Mobility professional services launched

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint Nextel Corp. recently launched a professional services subsidiary focused on mobility applications, including wireless voice and data technologies.

  • Users unmoved by Oracle pricing changes

    Premium-Inhalt. Users interviewed after Oracle Corp. revamped its multicore-processor pricing model last month said they were largely unimpressed with the move.

  • US local gov't solves communications interoperability issues

    Premium-Inhalt. Communications interoperability is a problem facing nearly all of the nation's 50,000 emergency response authorities that will take years to fix. But Wayne County, Mich., has already launched a system to connect 42 different cities, towns and jurisdictions over a common communications platform and is moving to the next step to include more than 300 chemical plants.

  • Vendor pulls e-voting systems from certification in US state

    Premium-Inhalt. Electronic-voting systems vendor Diebold Election Systems has withdrawn its attempt to certify its products for use in North Carolina elections just two weeks after a legal challenge alleged that the systems had not undergone detailed, state-required software reviews.

  • Encryption: A nice idea few want to implement

    Premium-Inhalt. Companies are not embracing encryption as a way to protect sensitive data. According to Ponemon Institute's 2005 National Encryption Survey, only 4.2 percent of companies responding to our survey say their organizations have an enterprisewide encryption plan.

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