Das aufgemotzte Omnia, das in Japan und Südkorea als T-Omnia verkauft wird, hat nicht nur einen doppelt so scharfen Touchscreen, sondern auch einen Powerprozessor mit 800 Megahertz. Es ist sehr wahrscheinlich, dass das Smartphone demnächst auch in Deutschland erscheint. …mehr
In diesem Wintersemester bieten die Hochschulen in Darmstadt und Aschaffenburg ihren Informatikstudenten eine besondere Vorlesung: Erfahrene Mainframe-Experten von der Software AG und IBM stellen sich in den Vorlesungssaal, um gewiefte Newcomer auf den Umgang mit den Dinosauriern der IT-Branche einzuschwören. …mehr
Laut einer Studie von StepStone wollen mittelständische Firmen den Fachkräftemangel intern lösen. Angesichts der Finanzkrise besteht die größte Herausforderung der Personalarbeit darin, die besten Mitarbeiter im Unternehmen herauszufinden, aufzubauen, zu motivieren und zu binden. …mehr
Mit einem VoIP-Projekt und neun Teilprojekten hat die Lindner AG ihre Kommunikationsinfrastruktur modernisiert und konsolidiert. …mehr
Mit "Epicor 9" bringt der gleichnamige Anbieter von Business-Software eine SOA-basierende Plattform, in die Funktionen der Einzelprodukte "iScala", "Vantage" und "Enterprise" zusammenfließen. Die Suite richtet sich an Firmen, die weltweit ERP-Prozesse ausrollen wollen. …mehr
Betreiber von Legacy-Mainframe-Systemen werden zunehmend mit wachsenden Verwaltungskosten konfrontiert. Dies und die geringe Flexibilität dürften die Hauptgründe dafür sein, dass allein im letzten Jahr 40 europäische Unternehmen ihre Mainframes auf HPs Itanium-basierte Integrity-Server migriert haben. …mehr
Microsofts setzt seit Jahren auf das hauseigene SDL (Security Development Lifecycle), um möglichst sichere Anwendungen zu produzieren. Jetzt lässt der Konzern auch fremde Softwareentwickler gratis vom SDL profitieren. Außerdem bauen die Redmonder ein Beraternetzwerk auf, dass Firmen beim Design von sicheren Anwendungen helfen soll. …mehr
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