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  • Die sieben Tugenden des ERP-Projektleiters

    Softwareprojekte im Mittelstand

    Für so manches mittelständische Unternehmen bedeutet die ERP-Einführung einen Kraftakt und Kulturschock zugleich. Keine leichte Aufgabe für den Projektleiter. …mehr

  • Acht Gründe, warum SAP-Kunden die neue Wartung ablehnen

    DSAG und der Enterprise Support

    Die Deutschsprachige Anwendergruppe DSAG und andere Gremien wehren sich gegen das neue Supportmodell Enterprise Support. Kunden müssten für umfangreiche Leistungen zahlen, die sie nicht benötigen. In acht Punkten hat die Anwendervereinigung ihre Kritik zusammengefasst. …mehr

  • SAS bringt BI-Tools für Marketing-Kampagnen aufs Handy

    Kundenkommunikation via SMS und MMS

    Mit "SAS for Mobile Interaction" bringt der BI-Spezialist (Business-Intelligence) SAS eine neue Lösung für Mobilfunk- und Mobile-Content-Provider auf den Markt, mit der Unternehmen die Analyse- und Prognose-Tools des Herstellers nun auch für die Kundenkommunikation mittels SMS oder MMS nutzen können. …mehr

  • HP schließt dreijährigen IT-Umbau ab

    Betriebskosten halbiert

    Hewlett-Packard (HP) hat in den vergangenen drei Jahren die hauseigene IT massiv umgebaut. …mehr

  • Open-Xchange öffnet sich für Macs

    Beta-Konnektor

    Die quelloffene Groupware Open-Xchange unterstützt künftig auch Apple-Rechner als Clients. …mehr

  • Tangro IM integriert Rechnungen direkt in SAP

    Invoice-Management

    Die Tangro Software Components GmbH bietet mit "Tangro IM" (Invoice Management) ein neues Plug-in für SAP, das die Eingangsverarbeitung von Rechnungen direkt im SAP-System ermöglicht. …mehr

  • Intel und Hitachi kooperieren bei SSDs

    Flash-Unternehmensspeicher

    Flash-Speicher drängt unaufhaltsam auch ins Rechenzentrum - unter anderem dank einer neuen Kooperation zwischen Intel und Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST). …mehr

  • Panda überarbeitet "GateDefender Performa"

    Security-Appliance

    Panda Security geht mit neuen Versionen seiner Security-Appliance-Serie "GateDefender Performa" an den Start, die vor allem auf die Bedürfnisse kleiner und mittelständischer Firmen ausgelegt ist. Die Tools sollen Unternehmensnetze proaktiv gegen Internet-basierende Bedrohungen schützen. …mehr

  • Neue Navi-Software mit Routenplanung auf dem PC

    Nokia Maps 3.0

    Zu Nokia Maps 3.0 gehört auch der Service Maps on Ovi, mit dem sich Routen fürs Handy schon am heimischen PC planen lassen. …mehr

  • Palm geht es gar nicht gut

    Umsatzwarnung

    Der PDA-Pionier und mittlerweile Smartphone-Hersteller Palm will nach einer Umsatzwarnung in den USA entlassen, seine europäischen Niederlassungen konsolidieren und Asia-Pacific von den Vereinigten Staaten aus managen. …mehr

  • Neue E-Mail- und Messaging-Dienste

    Nokia erweitert Angebot

    Der Service Nokia Messaging bündelt die Kommunikation per Push-E-Mail und Instant Messaging unter einer Oberfläche und mit Mail on Ovi kann man sich direkt vom Handy aus ein E-Mail-Konto einrichten. …mehr

  • Cellcrypt schützt Windows-Handys vor Lauschangriffen

    RSA-2048- oder AES-256-Bit-Verschlüsselung

    Der britische Anbieter Cellcrypt bietet seine Verschlüsselungssoftware jetzt auch für Geräte mit Microsofts mobilem Betriebssystem an. Bislang war die Lösung nur für Symbian-Geräte zu haben. …mehr

  • Gefahr durch sparende Prepaid-Kunden

    TK-Unternehmen in der Finanzkrise

    Die Situation der Telcos und ihre Optionen in der Wirtschaftskrise hat die Beratungsfirma Arthur D. Little analysiert. Besonders pessimistisch sehen dabei die westeuropäischen Carrier in die Zukunft. …mehr

  • HP Photosmart D5460 im Test

    Canon-Konkurrenz

    Der Tintenstrahldrucker Photosmart D5460 von HP ist ein Allrounder, der für Privatbenutzer konzipiert wurde. Vom Prinzip her ähnelt er mit seinen fünf separaten Tintenkartuschen dem Canon iP4600. …mehr

  • Die Telekom verliert ihren Finanzvorstand

    Karl-Gerhard Eick

    Der Finanzvorstand der Deutschen Telekom, Karl-Gerhard Eick, geht. …mehr

  • Der deutsche IT-Markt steht vor einer Rezession

    Hardwareverkauf besonders betroffen

    Das deutsche IT-Geschäft wird in den ersten zwei Quartalen 2009 schrumpfen und dann wieder langsam zulegen. Im Jahresmittel erwartet die Marktforscher von IDC ein Prozent Wachstum.  …mehr

  • Dittrichs digitale Denkfabrik

    Systems-Nachfolger "Discuss & Discover"

    Die Systems ist tot, lang lebe "Discuss & Discover - Beyond bits and bytes": Klaus Dittrich, Geschäftsführer der Messe München, baut die Veranstaltung zu einer All-in-one-Kommunikationsdienstleistung für IT-Entscheider um. …mehr

  • Tchibo senkt mit neuer Datenflatrate die Preisgrenze

    Kampfpreise

    Tchibo tritt mit zwei neuen Datentarifen und Kampfpreisen gegen die Konkurrenz von T-Mobile, Vodafone und deren Resellern an.  …mehr

  • IBM führt den weltweiten Server-Markt im Q3 an

    Gartner

    Die Umsätze im weltweiten Server-Markt sind nach Zählung von Gartner im dritten Quartal um 5,4 Prozent gegenüber der Vorjahreszeit gesunken. Das Ranking der Anbieter führt dabei die IBM an. …mehr

  • Windows-Wurm baut neues Botnetz auf

    Höchste Zeit fürs Patchen

    Der Wurm, der eine im Oktober mittels Not-Patch geflickte, kritische Lücke in Microsofts Windows Server Service ausnutzt, dient Cyber-Kriminellen offenbar zum Aufbau einer neuen Zombie-Armee. …mehr

  • Power.com verbindet verschiedene Social Networks

    "Social Internetworking"

    Das brasilianische Start-up Power.com will zur zentralen Verwaltungsplattform für Social Networks werden.  …mehr

  • Wie begegne ich Unzufriedenheiten im Unternehmen?

    Der Führungstipp

    Wenn Mitarbeiter unzufrieden sind, kann das viele Ursachen haben. Das Softwarehaus Consol hat darum ein Gremium geschaffen, das Mitarbeiter aktiv einbindet. …mehr

  • Befristete Jobs werden zur Regel

    Arbeiten auf Zeit

    Wer einen unbefristeten Arbeitsvertrag hat, kann sich glücklich schätzen. Firmen bieten immer mehr Jobs auf Zeit an. …mehr

  • Archiware sichert Produktionsdaten plattformübergreifend

    Daten-Management

    Die Münchner Firma Archiware bietet eine interessante Lösung zur Sicherung von wichtigen Unternehmensdaten an, die sich auch für kleine und mittlere Anwenderfirmen leisten können. …mehr

  • Nokia präsentiert neues Spitzenmodell mit Touchscreen und Volltastatur

    Nokia N97

    Nokia hat in Barcelona sein neues Multimedia-Flaggschiff Nokia N97 vorgestellt. Es ist mit einem Touchscreen und einer Volltastatur ausgestattet. Dazu gibt es eine technische Vollausstattung, Speicher satt und einen kräftigen Akku. …mehr

  • Vodafone gibt Festnetzmarke Arcor auf

    Ein Name für alles

    Die Vodafone-Festnetzmarke Arcor wird künftig nicht mehr unter eigenem Namen DSL-Anschlüsse vermarkten. …mehr

  • Pownce macht zu

    Gekauft von Six Apart

    Der vom Digg-Erfinder Kevin Rose mitgegründete Microblogging-Dienst Pownce stellt seinen Betrieb ein. …mehr

  • Unterwegs günstig surfen

    Die besten Tarife

    Wer von unterwegs ins Netz will, hat die Qual der Wahl: Welcher Anbieter, welche Konditionen, wo und wie lässt sich am besten Geld sparen? Die "PC-Welt" hat sich für Sie durch den Tarif-Dschungel gekämpft. …mehr

  • T-Systems baut weiter um

    Führungsmannschaft in Europa ausgetauscht

    Die Telekom-Geschäftskundensparte T-Systems setzt ihre Neuausrichtung auch auf europäischer Ebene fort. …mehr

  • Was taugen kostenlose SAP-Testwerkzeuge?

    ERP und Softwarequalität

    SAP bietet mit "Testworkbench", "Service Desk" und "eCATT" kostenlose Werkzeuge zum Testen von Anwendungssoftware an, die unterschiedliche Aufgaben abdecken. …mehr

  • Hochverfügbarkeits-Rechenzentrum punktet mit Redundanz und Sicherheit

    Hightech-Datensafe

    Wer Wert auf netzunabhängige Energieversorgung und Klimatisierung, hochgesicherte Zugangskontrollen und leistungsstarke Netzwerk-Infrastruktur legt, findet im Systemhaus der HeLi NET Telekommunikation GmbH einen Partner. Laut eigener Aussage betreibt das Unternehmen ein hochmodernes Hochverfügbarkeits-Rechenzentrum für Server-Housing und komplette Outsourcing-Lösungen. …mehr

  • Sachsen will Qimonda nicht um jeden Preis retten

    Investor bevorzugt

    Das Bundesland Sachsen will den schwer angeschlagenen Speicherchip-Hersteller Qimonda nicht um jeden Preis retten. …mehr

  • Rat und Tat für BI-Projekte

    Implementierung

    Die Unternehmensberatung Movento, die sich bisher vor allem auf Kundenbeziehungsmanagement konzentrierte, unterstützt Firmen nun auch bei Business-Intelligence-Projekten. …mehr

  • Telekom testet schnellen Internet-Zugang für ländliche Regionen

    Über Rundfunkfrequenzen

    Internet-Nutzer in ländlichen Regionen können auf eine schnellere Verbindung ins weltweite Netz hoffen. …mehr

  • Tight budgets favor low-end servers

    Premium-Inhalt. Server shipments grew in the third quarter this year, though server revenue declined as companies lowered spending to meet budgetary constraints, according to a study released by Gartner on Monday.

  • Tessera loses patent ruling, stock dives

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled that competitors did not infringe chip-packaging patents owned by Tessera Technologies, sending the semiconductor vendor's stock down nearly 10 percent at the end of trading on Monday.

  • LinkedIn's New Free Apps, Part Two

    Premium-Inhalt. In , we looked at presentation, file sharing and travel applications that helped you collaborate with your fellow connections on the professional social network.

  • Study: Electronic medical records reduce malpractice claims

    Premium-Inhalt. Electronic health records may help reduce hefty malpractice settlements for physicians and insurance companies.

  • New marketplace created for bulk real estate purchases

    Premium-Inhalt. , a new online marketplace, is trying to help investors buy cheap real estate in bulk.

  • BitTorrent: Register report on protocol change is 'nonsense'

    Premium-Inhalt. BitTorrent has slammed that suggests a planned protocol change could threaten the stability of the Internet.

  • Fuel cells increase talk time

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this year, Medis Technologies unveiled a small fuel cell that acts as a portable power source for personal electronics like cellphones, laptops and MP3 players. It is a power solution that promises to keep gadgets running after the batteries have run out, meaning you don't have to hunt for wall sockets after your normal battery's charge is lost.

  • Microsoft, Yahoo said to deny search deal

    Premium-Inhalt. The Times of London that Microsoft and Yahoo are in talks to give Microsoft control of Yahoo's search business for 10 years in a complicated transaction that would put ex-CEO of AOL Jonathan Miller and Ross Levinsohn, former president of Fox Interactive Media, in charge of the company. But Levinsohn is reportedly denying the report.

  • Could your Web surfing be greener?

    Premium-Inhalt. Is there a greener way to surf the Web?

  • Biggest turkeys of 2008

    Premium-Inhalt. Last year around this time , my awards for those individuals in the tech field whose behavior most closely resembles a bird whose sole purpose is to be served on a platter.

  • The Julie Amero case: A dangerous farce

    Premium-Inhalt. Since I posted my screed last week about Julie Amero, the , I heard from many Cringesters -- including a handful of people with intimate knowledge of the case. Whatever you thought of the Amero story before, the reality is far, far worse.

  • Malaysians' holiday wish list: cell phones, Jessica Alba

    Premium-Inhalt. Asian mobile manufacturer LG Electronics has released results of its global online survey, which asked people what they wanted most during the holidays, included the finding that most Malaysian respondents wanted to kiss actress Jessica Alba under the mistletoe.

  • Sterlite Launches Fiber Powered Home

    Premium-Inhalt. Sterlite Technologies Limited recently showcased its 'Sterlite Fiber Powered Home' at a sample apartment provided by D B Realty, at its under construction site - Orchid Woods in Goregaon (East), Mumbai.

  • High court narrows penalty against Qualcomm

    Premium-Inhalt. A federal appeals court on Monday narrowed the penalty against Qualcomm for misleading a standards body and committing misconduct during a trial.

  • New Microsoft Cashback deal follows outage

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is making payback quicker on its Cashback program after the service suffered an outage Friday and failed to give some people discounts they were eligible for.

  • Axis Unveils Smart Network Cameras

    Premium-Inhalt. Axis Communications introduces AXIS M10 Network Cameras, a series of small and smart cameras, ideal for securing locations such as small businesses, boutiques, restaurants, hotels and residence. These affordable, intuitive and reliable cameras from the market leader in network video offer best-in-class image quality and professional monitoring capabilities.

  • HP Tries to Protect its Channel Partners

    Premium-Inhalt. In this time of recession, HP is taking numerous ways to protect it Channel Partners. According to Durgadutt Nedungadi, Director Marketing and Alliances Technology solutions Group, HP is very much aware of the danger that their channel partners will be in when the effects of the global meltdown hits the Indian shores. "We are doing a number of things to make sure that our channel partners are protected against this recession in the market. In HP a major part of our business comes from our channel partners. So it is necessary for us to protect our channel partners and we are doing all we can to ensure this," stated Nedungadi.

  • HP Believes Virtualization is Here to Stay

    Premium-Inhalt. HP thinks Virtualization has already made its mark in India. "Virtualization as a concept is already widely known in the market. Every company knows that it has to virtualize sooner or later. So, I don't think there is any need to market the technology per say. However there is a need to make sure that the doubts surrounding its management are answered and more off to make people realize that there are answers to it. By introducing these new ranges of products we are making sure that these questions do not arise," said Durgadutt Nedungadi, Director, Marketing & Alliances, Technology Solutions Group, HP India.

  • Intel Calls EU Antitrust Probe 'Discriminatory and Partial'

    Premium-Inhalt. The European Union's antitrust investigation of Intel is "discriminatory and partial," the chip maker complained in an action that's detailed in a recent edition of the EU's official journal, saying it's not being permitted to properly defend itself against the charges.

  • Epson Accredited Partner Meet 2008 held in Paris

    Premium-Inhalt. Epson's Accredited Partner's Meet has just concluded in Paris, France. In keeping with the location the theme for this year's event was "March de Triomphe" -- a celebration of sorts for the excellent performance of the company. An event which is eagerly awaited by all Epson's key partners from across the country this year's business discussions as usual were combined with lots of fun and games. The business meeting, was held to review Epson's performance for the year 2008 and to discuss the roadmap and strategies for the year ahead. This year partners from all business segments and from both India and the Indian sub-continent joined the meet.

  • Atempo Forays into India Market

    Premium-Inhalt. A leader in backup and recovery, Atempo Inc. develops software for full range of data protection, recovery management and archiving needs. The vendor is now aggressively expanding operations in India. "We intend to have seven customer-facing employees in India in the technical and sales team in the next 12 months.These teams would be based in Delhi (regional office), Mumbai, and Bangalore. We already have 30 developers working for Atempo in India," revealed Kamal Gulati, Director-India Operations, Atempo Inc. Atempo considers India to be one of the fastest rising markets particularly in the 'Backup and Archival' space in the APAC region. "We might be bit late in the Indian market, but given the solidity of Atempo, we are here for a long term to take care of organizations that trust us. Our biggest investment in India would be in the space of extensive technical trainings and delivering what we convey,"he added.

  • Acer Emerges at Numero Uno Spot in the PC Monitor Market

    Premium-Inhalt. The aggressive business model to propel TFT monitors has resulted in Acer emerging as leader in the overall PC monitor market in India (Q3 2008), as per IDC report. Taiwan-based PC maker shipped over 3.3 lakh units in India market through Q3/2008. "Over the past three quarters, we were leaders in wide LCD monitor category in India. But this time, we managed to lead in overall (wide and non-wide) PC monitor market for JAS quarter," said S Rajendran, Chief Marketing Officer, Acer India. In the standalone monitor category, Acer shipped over 2.2 lakh units capturing over 15.8 percent of Indian monitor market for Q3/2008 as per IDC report. More than 90 percent of these numbers would be Wide LCD monitors which we have been selling well since start of 2008, he said "The majority of standalone sales arose from assembled market, CRT replacements and SMB segment," he said. For commercial and consumer segment, Acer sold an additional 1.1 lakh units of monitors as bundled items. "Out of these, almost 85 percent were LCD sales indicating a faster dip in CRT demand."

  • New Microsoft mouse now available in India

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has launched the Explorer Mini Mouse that uses Microsoft's BlueTrack technology. According to a press release, the mouse works on more surfaces than both optical and laser mice including granite countertops, airport carpets, wooden tables or other rough surfaces. The mouse can be controlled from a distance of up to 30 ft. The release adds that the Mini Mouse is ergonomically designed and features glowing blue light effects when it is operational.

  • Analyst: Apple's Black Friday sales look strong

    Premium-Inhalt. If the business Apple did on Black Friday is any indication, the holiday season could be a very happy one indeed for the computer maker.

  • Vivitek launches new lineup of portable projectors

    Premium-Inhalt. Vivitek has launched a new series of projectors in India in addition to its existing range. The new line-up has been branded as the D8 Series and includes the D825MS and D825MX projectors. According to a press release, the projectors weigh 2.6 kgs, and are incorporated with DLP technology from Texas Instruments that displays better images, and also features BrilliantColor for better brightness of vibrant colors.

  • 3G Auction for private telecom operators delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. The auction for 3G spectrums to be held for private telecom operators has been postponed for almost a month. Earlier, the auction was supposed to be held on January 15th but now in an announcement made by the Communications and Information Technology Minister A. Raja, that date has been pushed back to 9th February. The official memorandum on the auction process will be released on December 8th and operators can finalize their decisions to bid by December 31st.

  • Browse Web sites through e-mail

    Premium-Inhalt. Rediff has started a new 'Web-in-Mail' service that lets its users access websites through the comfort of an e-mail client like MS Outlook, Outlook Express and your Blackberry device. That's right, it doesn't require the use of a Web browser.

  • Microsoft releases Vista SP2 beta

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft released the beta of Windows Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) to subscribers of its developer services Tuesday and said it would open the preview to the general public on Thursday.

  • Recover Lost Pics with PhotoRescue Wizard

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've ever felt that twinge of regret the moment you hit the delete button on your digital camera, rest assured the image is probably recoverable--provided you use a tool like the US$29 . The utility scans the entire writable portion of your memory card and saves every recoverable byte of data to your hard drive. If there are photos on the card, it will probably be able to recover them.

  • Stream Music From Where You Aren't to Where You Are

    Premium-Inhalt. Right now I'm working offsite, which for me means the local coffee shop. I forgot to pack my , but no worries: I'm listening to the music library stored on my home PC. No, I didn't bring along a tin can tied to a really long string--I'm using , a free app/service that streams all your media from one PC to another. (To other devices, too, but that's a subject for another post.)

  • YouTube Gets Classy: Less Sex, More Symphony

    Premium-Inhalt. YouTube appears poised for an image makeover, with a pair of announcements this week promising less sex and more symphony. YouTube's new will accomplish the latter, offering classical musicians worldwide a chance to perform in an "online orchestra" packed with some of the industry's biggest names. As for the former, a set of will attempt to keep adult-oriented content away -- or at least make it slightly harder to find.

  • Report: Hard drive shipments slumping

    Premium-Inhalt. Worldwide shipments of hard disk drives (HDDs) used in PCs and other consumer electronic products will be flat or could even decline in the fourth quarter of 2008 compared to last quarter, according to iSuppli Corp.

  • Transmitting data from the middle of nowhere

    Premium-Inhalt. To migrate data from one location to another, Seth Georgion has had to devise some creative ways to transmit data from remote locations, including ships in the Pacific Ocean and taverns in the Australian outback, using T1 lines and satellites. Georgion, manager of IT for marine survey firm , also had to reduce the amount of information he was transmitting by culling duplicate data that accounted for as much as half of what he was sending.

  • VMware releases revamped desktop software

    Premium-Inhalt. VMware on Tuesday released VMware View 3, new software aimed at providing desktop virtualization, application virtualization and management of virtual desktops in one product.

  • Cisco renews call for national broadband strategy

    Premium-Inhalt. this week renewed its call for a national strategy to be a priority for the new Congress and the incoming Obama administration.

  • Smartphone showdown: Nokia's new N97 vs. iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia Tuesday released its high-end N97 3G smartphone, combining a touchscreen with a tilted 3.5-inch display, a full QWERTY keyboard, and inviting a straight-up comparison with trend-setting  

  • Wanted: A long-term data center strategy

    Premium-Inhalt. Global corporations must often absorb additional because of mergers, acquisitions and other factors, but too many IT organizations have failed to implement policies that govern how to best align new data centers with current operations, Gartner analysts said Tuesday as the analyst firm's annual kicked off in Las Vegas.      

  • Can you dig it? Robotic clam burrows into ocean floor

    Premium-Inhalt. Usually well known for what they add to chowder or linguine, the clam is now inspiring .

  • Miyamoto Defends Bad Wii Music Reviews

    Premium-Inhalt. Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo Director and creator of renowned franchises like Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda, says that the "gaming media has a different view of anything as new as Wii Music." when asked to comment on the poor review scores his game garnered.

  • US Army develops video game to curb suicide rates

    Premium-Inhalt. The Army wants to curb rising suicide rates using an unlikely tool: video games.

  • Outgoing FCC chairman wants free Web access for all

    Premium-Inhalt. FCC Chairman Kevin Martin, who will be departing his post along with the Bush Administration, wants the Commission to act at its December meeting on a nationwide.

  • On Your Side: Winamp Registration Key Headache

    Premium-Inhalt. I purchased the Winamp Pro media player, but I repeatedly get an 'invalid registration key' message when I attempt to install it. I have tried copying the key from the original confirmation e-mail, removing hyphens from it, and reentering it manually myself, but nothing seems to work. Every time I e-mail Winamp's customer support, I receive a mail delivery failure message. The runs fine on my computer, so I know that everything is up to spec. Please help!

  • Botnet master sees himself as next Bill Gates

    Premium-Inhalt. Owen Walker's future seems brighter today than it did a year ago when New Zealand police came knocking on his door to arrest him on computer hacking charges.

  • Apple's In-Ear Headphones finally out—well, almost

    Premium-Inhalt. You might be forgiven for not remembering the that Apple announced during its , alongside the and . The US$79 add-on, which Apple describes as "engineered for superior acoustic accuracy, balance, and clarity" was supposed to be available in October, but only on Tuesday did Apple finally advertise on its home page that the headphones are "now shipping."

  • Canada loses a tech legend

    Premium-Inhalt. Ted Rogers' status as man ahead of his time was cemented by the tributes from former employees, competitors and analysts we received the day after he died.

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