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Meldungen vom 09.01.2009

  • Vista-PC für die Jackentasche

    OQO 2+

    Der UMPC-Hersteller OQO hat auf der Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas einen Nachfolger seines Mini-Rechners OQO 02 vorgestellt. …mehr

  • IBM Tivoli macht IT-Kosten transparent

    IT-Kosten berechnen

    Wer seine IT-Kosten rechtfertigen muss, kommt um Tools zur Wirtschaftlichkeitsberechnung kaum herum. Der "IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager" (ITUAM) soll ermitteln, wer und was welche IT-Ressource wie genutzt hat. …mehr

  • Erste Digitalkamera mit integriertem Webbrowser

    CES

    Mit der "Cyber-shot DSC-G3" hat Sony Electronics auf der Consumer Electronics Show (CES) die erste Digitalkamera mit integriertem Webbrowser vorgestellt. …mehr

  • EAM verkürzt die Entscheidungswege

    Enterprise-Architecture-Management

    Gerade in Krisenzeiten ist ein gutes Architektur-Management wichtig. Es hilft, die IT zu standardisieren, Synergien zu nutzen und Entscheidungen zu beschleunigen. …mehr

  • CA-Tool verwaltet Cloud-Strukturen

    System-Management

    Eine Erweiterung des "Data Center Automation Manager" von CA soll die flexible Bereitstellung von IT-Ressourcen verbessern. …mehr

  • Hotfix für HTC Touch HD blockiert Videotelefonate

    Kommando zurück

    Eine der beiden Fehlerkorrekturen, die HTC gestern für das Touch HD veröffentlichte, war schädlich. Nach der Installation des Hotfix sind die Videotelefonate blockiert. …mehr

  • Deutschland bei Mobile Payment mit Nachholbedarf

    Vorreiter Japan

    Mobile Payment (M-Payment), das Bezahlen mit Handy, hat in Deutschland bisher nur mäßigen Erfolg. …mehr

  • Suche nach Mitfahrgelegenheiten boomt im Web

    Meta-Suche mit Hopping.de

    Hohe Spritpreise und anhaltende Wirtschaftskrise haben einen wahren Boom der Suche nach günstigen Mitfahrgelegenheiten im Internet ausgelöst. …mehr

  • Aagon verspricht komfortables Client-Management

    ACMP-Helpdesk

    Die Firma Aagon Consulting hat ihre Client-Management- und Helpdesk-Suite "ACMP" für größere Unternehmen ausgebaut. …mehr

  • Avira warnt vor neuer Phishing-Welle

    Volksbanken- und Sparkassen-Kunden aufgepasst

    Nach Beobachtungen des Sicherheitsanbieters Avira verbreiten Cyber-Kriminelle derzeit massenhaft Phishing-Mails, um Zugangsdaten von Sparkassen- und Volksbank-Kunden zu ergaunern. …mehr

  • CMDB-Software erhält Workflow-Engine

    eRunbook 5.0

    Version 5.0 der Configuration Management Database "eRunbook" von Nova Ratio zeichnet sich durch zeitsparende Automatismen aus. …mehr

  • So meistern Sie das IT-Jahr 2009

    Der Krise trotzen

    Für die IT-Abteilungen kommt es jetzt darauf an, sich richtig zu positionieren und die wichtigen Themen zu adressieren. …mehr

  • AMD kämpft mit neuem Prozessor gegen Intels Vormachtstellung

    CES

    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) versucht mit einem neuen Prozessor verlorene Marktanteile zurückzuerobern. …mehr

  • Günstiges Business-Smartphone mit Basisfunktionen

    Nokia E63 nun verfügbar

    Die im November 2008 vorgestellte Billigversion des Erfolgsmodells E71 ist ab sofort für 269 Euro im Handel erhältlich.  …mehr

  • Bessere Integration für Office 2008 für den Mac

    25 Jahre MacBU

    Microsofts Mac-Sparte (MacBU) hat auf der MacWorld Expo vor allem für Unternehmen interessante Neuerungen in Office 2008 für den Mac angekündigt. …mehr

  • Handy-Projektoren sind stark im Kommen

    CES

    Bald wird jedes Handy einen Video-Beamer haben. Dieser Eindruck drängt sich auf, wenn man die Produktveröffentlichungen von der Consumer Electronics Show (CES) verfolgt.  …mehr

  • Yahoo!s CEO-Suche nähert sich dem Ende

    Carol Bartz noch im Rennen

    Bereits in der kommenden Woche könnte Yahoo! einem Pressebericht zufolge seinen neuen Chief Executive Officer (CEO) und Nachfolger für Jerry Yang präsentieren. …mehr

  • Microsoft begnügt sich mit einem Security-Update

    Januar-Patches

    Für den ersten Patch-Day im neuen Jahr hat Microsoft lediglich ein Security-Bulletin angekündigt, das mindestens eine kritische Lücke im Windows-Betriebssystem schließen soll. …mehr

  • Das bringt das Jahr 2009

    IT-Prognose

    Redakteure der COMPUTERWOCHE wagen einen Blick in die Glaskugel und sagen Ihnen, was Sie vom neuen Jahr aus IT-Sicht erwarten können. …mehr

  • 2009 - das sollten Sie anpacken!

    IT-Prognose

    Um zehn Themen sollten sich CIOs im laufenden Jahr kümmern. Die Palette reicht von Newcomern wie Cloud Computing bis zu Dauerbrennern wie SOA und Outsourcing. …mehr

  • 2009 - das kommt auf Sie zu!

    IT-Prognose

    Für IT-Abteilungen kommt es in der Krise darauf an, sich richtig zu positionieren und die wichtigen Themen zu adressieren. …mehr

  • Palm fordert mit neuem Smartphone Apple und RIM heraus

    CES

    Palm will mit einem neuartigen Mobiltelefon ein Comeback starten und die Vorherrschaft des iPhone und des Blackberry im Smartphone-Markt brechen. …mehr

  • Die besten IT-Videos bei YouTube

    Linux, Windows, Twitter

    Googles Videoplattform ist ein unerschöpflicher Fundus für IT-Profis: Experten erklären komplexe Software, Hacker spüren versteckte Windows-Funktionen auf, und Künstler ziehen Promis durch den Kakao. …mehr

  • Wieder mehr Infrastrukturprojekte ab 2010

    PAC-Studie

    Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC) hat in der seit kurzem verfügbaren Studie "Infrastructure Services, Germany 2008" die Auswirkungen der momentan Wirtschaftskrise auf den deutschen Markt für infrastrukturnahe Dienstleistungen analysiert. …mehr

  • Samsung will trotz Krise Absatz neuer Flachbildfernseher steigern

    CES

    Samsung will trotz der weltweiten Wirtschaftskrise in diesem Jahr erneut mehr Flachbildfernseher verkaufen als im Vorjahr. …mehr

  • Sony-Chef fordert offene Standards in der Unterhaltungselektronik

    CES

    Die Unterhaltungselektronik-Branche muss nach Ansicht von Sony-Chef Howard Stringer neuartige Dienste anbieten und bestimmte Prinzipien verfolgen, um weiterhin erfolgreich bleiben zu können. …mehr

  • Only at Expo: Look foolish, win big

    Premium-Inhalt. In this continuing series called 'Only at Expo,' I am highlighting various things that you can do at Macworld Expo, but you can't do at an Apple Store (no matter what Apple would have you believe). This time around we take a look at prizes (fabulous prizes make everything better!).

  • Carl Zeiss to improve Cinemizer video eyewear

    Premium-Inhalt. An updated version of the Cinemizer video eyewear from will add a high-resolution LCD screen to the iPod accessory.

  • New Year revolutions

    Premium-Inhalt. For several years now, the influential analyst firm Gartner has been issuing an annual list of suggestions for CIOs' new year resolutions. Of course, the problem with such lists is that they tend not to vary too much from year to year: technology might move very quickly but strategic planning still tends towards the glacial.

  • UBS recruits new CIO from Deutsche Telekom

    Premium-Inhalt. Swiss banking group UBS announced Thursday that Peter Sany, Group CIO at Deutsche Telekom will become CTO for the Zurch based bank from April 1, 2009.

  • LiveScribe booth is just packed

    Premium-Inhalt. I wouldn't go so far as to call the North Hall at Macworld Expo the Isle of Misfit Toys but it's close. Traditionally Macworld Expo's second show floor (when the show has a second show floor) tends to have some interesting booths intermingled with booths that are...well, not as interesting (I'm being nice here, folks).

  • AMD to bring HD gaming and movies to mobile phones

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices CEO Dirk Meyer on Thursday said the company will deliver high-definition gaming and movies to devices like smartphones in an attempt to bring more usability and interactivity to the devices.

  • Big Skype update coming next month

    Premium-Inhalt. Skype will release a big upgrade to its PC client software early next month, making video conferencing a central feature of the new interface.

  • Sync 15 iPods to your iTunes library at once

    Premium-Inhalt. Most people I know seem to have more than one iPod: A nano for the gym, one 3rd generation iPod that was replaced by a new iPod Classic...pretty soon you have more iPods than family members. With multiple iPods come a tangle of wires for syncing and charging, but your Mac only has so many ports. What is an iPod collector to do?

  • SoftRAID 4.0 Fast Mirror Rebuilds feature previewed

    Premium-Inhalt. announced an upgrade to its RAID management software that promises to drastically reduce the time it takes for a mirror backup. Demonstrating their product during Macworld Expo in San Francisco this week, the company explained how the new version, which works for both workstations and servers, will increase the speed of mirroring.

  • Have a Ball With I Love Katamari on Your iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've played any of the Katamari games on consoles or mobile phones, then you'll know what to expect here. The US$8 is a bizarre, almost indefinable game where you, as the Prince, appease the King of All Cosmos by rolling a ball around an environment. This ball sticks to items. It picks up the smallest items in the room until it gets bigger, then picks up medium objects, then large objects, and so on.

  • Samsung's New Laptop-Friendly Monitors

    Premium-Inhalt. Among Samsung's new wares unveiled at this year's Consumer Electronics is the LD series of monitors. These monitors are designed specifically with notebook users in mind so they can have a seamless second display.

  • Here comes the Sun

    Premium-Inhalt. , a Finnish company that makes Bluetooth wireless headsets, is at Macworld Expo for the first time, and its booth contains a pair of interesting products. My eye was drawn to the Sun, a small gray device Iqua claims is the world's first "solar-powered Bluetooth headset."

  • Microsoft says that 77 percent of Mac users use Office

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite Apple's best efforts to make some inroads in the office software field, a new study by Microsoft says that 77 percent of Mac users in the U.S. run Microsoft Office (I guess I can at least account for one of those).

  • Intel-backed Enterprise 2.0 suite is discontinued

    Premium-Inhalt. An Intel-backed suite of Enterprise 2.0 software announced with much fanfare a bit over two years ago is being put out to pasture.

  • 12 CIOs who Twitter

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite the availability of tools like , and , finding counterparts to follow on the Twitter social-networking site still can be a challenge.

  • Apple execs get raises in new year

    Premium-Inhalt. While Derik already regaled you with , he neglected to mention that--despite the economic downtown and Apple's reduced presence at Macworld this year--three of the top brass are getting raises.

  • Wall Street Beat: IT faces tough start to 2009

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the story "Wall Street Beat: IT faces tough start to 2009," posted Thursday, incorrectly reported the number and type of layoffs at Logitech. Logitech is laying off 15 percent of its 3,500 salaried employees.

  • App creates viewable files for iPhone, iPod touch

    Premium-Inhalt. has updated its PDF Shrink utility, allowing iPod touch and iPhone users to look at PDFs on their mobile devices. The PDF Shrink update is on display at Macworld Expo in San Francisco this week.

  • Your Genome is Just a Click Away

    Premium-Inhalt. In the 1997 science fiction thriller , Ethan Hawke's character fights to make a life for himself in a world where pervasive genetic testing and manipulation has left the imperfect by the wayside. At the time, it was easy to dismiss the film as a futuristic flight of fancy, not an issue that people would be facing in the next 10 years. After all, the Humane Genome Initiative already had spent years trying to sequence a single man's DNA, and had years left to go.

  • NASA tests scientific balloon 21 miles above Earth

    Premium-Inhalt. have teamed up with the to take their scientific experiments to the "brink of space."

  • AT&T To Launch In-Car Satellite TV Service

    Premium-Inhalt. On the heels of Audiovox's announcement of an for cell phones, AT&T has revealed plans for its own robust, satellite-based in-car TV service. , slated to launch this spring, promises 22 channels of satellite TV at launch and 20 more of satellite radio-but will cost serious money: US$1299 for the system, and $28 a month for the satellite TV service (developed in conjunction with satellite industry veteran RaySat).

  • New Boston Acoustic speakers work with iPods, iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Boston Acoustics introduced a new speaker system at the Consumer Electronics Show Thursday. The Horizon i-DS³ Powered Speaker System with Wireless Subwoofer targets both iPod and iPhone users.

  • Palm Pre browser based on WebKit

    Premium-Inhalt. The big news out of CES (the Consumer Electronics Show where all the big electronics companies who their wares) was that Palm is, in fact, still in business. Not only are they still in business, but it looks like they actually want to stay in business since they announced a slick looking touchscreen phone. It's called the and it runs Palm's new .

  • First Look: Pages '09

    Premium-Inhalt. Like its two iWork cohorts, Pages '09 has received some significant and important updates as part of the released this week. In fact, after less than a week's worth of face time with the latest version of Pages, it's clear that these updates make Apple's business productivity application a more viable option for all your business needs.

  • Canadian equipment maker focused on Clearwire

    Premium-Inhalt. When a company inks its first sale to China, it often has stars in its eyes over the revenue possibilities in that populous country.

  • SongGenie fills in missing iTunes info

    Premium-Inhalt. is the latest app from equinux that aims to make your iTunes library a little more organized and useful. If you're anything like me, you've got more than a handful of tracks in iTunes that have partial or no metadata applied to them (i.e. the track name isn't filled in, the album information is missing, or the artist is unknown). You know the songs when you hear them (most of the time), but you never quite get around to correcting the information because, frankly, you have better things to do.

  • Central computing at Ontario health care provider

    Premium-Inhalt. Patient record security and trust was the primary motivation behind an Ontario-based health-care provider taking a central computing approach and moving its IT infrastructure offsite to be entirely managed by a third-party provider.

  • Toshiba's Cell TV Ups the HD Ante

    Premium-Inhalt. Today, 1080p is the top of the line for HDTVs, but it certainly isn't as high as high-definition can go. Toshiba's new super-resolution Cell TV features four times the resolution as typical 1080p sets.

  • AMD Teases Cloud Computing Game Revolution

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember last March ? Here's some of what I wrote:

  • Nova media updates launch2net application

    Premium-Inhalt. Nova media has updated its mobile Internet connection wizard software--which allows mobile Internet connections worldwide and supports most phones, USB modems, and data cards--to version 1.8.8. The software includes drivers and network access information to simplify connecting to mobile Internet devices. The configuration assistant is designed to automatically detect your mobile device and configures your mobile Internet connection without your needing to enter user names, passwords, or modem scripts.

  • Palm Pre vs. Apple iPhone: how they stack up

    Premium-Inhalt. Moribund , in danger of becoming just a Windows Mobile running dog with lackluster handhelds, seems to have scored with its introduction this week of the Palm Pre 3G smartphone, powered by the new webOS operating system. But how does it stack up against Apple's iPhone?

  • Startup to virtualize memory and share it across servers

    Premium-Inhalt. A virtualization start-up in stealth mode says it will offer technology that aggregates memory and shares it across servers, improving performance of online transaction processing and clustered or grid computing.

  • CES: USB 3.0 unlikely to become the next VGA

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to an editing error, the Computerworld (US) story, "CES: Despite speed promises, USB 3.0 unlikely to become the next VGA," posted to the wire on Friday, was given the wrong headline.

  • Transparenz über Kunden und Abverkauf

    Innovationspreis 2008

    Für ihr Kundenmanagement-System, das speziell auf die Bedürfnisse von Möbelhändlern ausgerichtet ist, bekam die Firma Salt Solutions 2008 den Innovationspreis der Initiative Mittelstand - nicht zuletzt, weil die Lösung auf Excel basiert. …mehr

  • CIOs wollen mehr SaaS

    Gartner

    Unternehmen, die Lösungen auf der Basis von Software as a Service (SaaS) einsetzen, wollen diese in den nächsten Jahren weiter verwenden oder die Nutzung der SaaS-Angebote ausweiten. Gründe hierfür sind unter anderem die Kosteneffizienz und hohe Leistungsfähigkeit wie eine aktuelle Gartner-Studie bestätigt. …mehr

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