Unternehmen optimieren verstärkt ihre Geschäftsprozesse. Das treibt die Anforderungen an die WAN-Schnittstellen und die Provider in die Höhe. Im Brennpunkt stehen vor allem kleine Unternehmenseinheiten und mobile Mitarbeiter. Sie sollen, so die Aussagen der Provider, in gleicher Qualität wie innerhalb lokaler Unternehmensnetze und zwischen großen Standorten kommunizieren können. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. government's for fiscal 2008 shows that offshore outsourcing firms based in India are employing a growing number of H-1B workers -- a hiring trend that is affecting the IT workforces in communities such as Oldsmar, Fla.
Premium-Inhalt. Aircel Tuesday announced the launch of its GSM mobile services in Bangalore. With a subscriber base over 16 million, Aircel, the fifth largest service provider, rolled out its 12th circle with Bangalore. The press release said Aircel will be launching a rich bouquet of VAS services with localized content including a WAP portal page in the local language that would work on any GPRS handset. Aircel is to introduce segment wise tailored offers like Re.1 per minute charge for subscribers in Bangalore to make STD calls to Kerala and Tamil Nadu (Aircel to Aircel). Also in view of the high ILD traffic to the Gulf and US/Canada from Karnataka, to facilitate usage, Aircel has an attractive inbuilt ISD tariff of call to Gulf at Rs. 5.99 (US$0.12) per minute and call to US/Canada at Rs. 3.99 per minute.
Premium-Inhalt. Airtel Broadband subscribers can now get a temporary speed boost at a low price. The "Speed on Demand" service is meant for those who have signed up for plans that offer speeds lower than 2 Mbps. Users can use an automated online system (Airtel SelfCare portal - https://ebpp.airtelworld.com/) to upgrade speed when they require higher speeds (for example, for a quick movie download or a flawless video chat). Once that is done, they can roll back to their original Internet speed package, so they pay only for what is used without having to change their subscription plan.
Premium-Inhalt. Milestone Interactive announced the launch of the anticipated game Street Fighter IV at The Living Room, Bengaluru.
Premium-Inhalt. D-Link, a networking solutions provider for consumer and business, announced future release of a digital photo frame that enables users to quickly and easily manage content displayed using a convenient website or with a drag and drop desktop widget. Dlink said unlike traditional digital photo frames, this one is positioned as an "Exclusive Object of Desire". The photo frame has a 16:9 aspect ratio 10-inch LCD display and is connected over a wired or wireless home network. The Digital Photo frame has been given a Lustrous Satin Finish in sync with its exclusive positioning.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft will let about two dozen laid-off workers who were overpaid severance keep the money, the company's head of human resources said Monday afternoon.
Premium-Inhalt. Covad Communications is adding MPLS (multiprotocol label switching) to its wholesale network to help operator customers deliver the quality of service required for applications such as voice and video over IP.
Premium-Inhalt. A dangerous and unpatched vulnerability in Adobe's PDF-reading software has been around a lot longer than previously realized.
Premium-Inhalt. Promoting its Windows Azure cloud OS, Microsoft described on Monday the cloud as a transformational shift for the industry.
Premium-Inhalt. Old way: You print out someone's work, scrawl all over it with pens and magic markers, and hand it to them. New way: You open someone's work, scrawl all over it with (US$30), and save it as a PDF and e-mail it to them. It's all the fun of tearing apart a coworker's efforts with no carbon footprint or dead trees!
Premium-Inhalt. Ermenegildo Zegna Group last week announced its partnership with Cable & Wireless to manage the luxury men's clothing company's global communications infrastructure.
Premium-Inhalt. Could US$7.2 billion in federal funds committed to boost broadband in the U.S. transform small towns like Truckee, Calif., into the next Mumbai, India, filled with beehives of call centers that employ local residents?
Premium-Inhalt. Micron Technology will lay off as many as 2,000 additional people as demand for DRAM products continues to decline.
Premium-Inhalt. Live by the leak, die by the leak. Apparently that's the motto at , the whistle-blowing site that provides one-stop shopping for stuff other folks really don't want you to see.
Premium-Inhalt. Despite reports that the sagging economy may lead more students to because they are cheaper and offer flexibility, Skidmore College's decades-old distance learning program may soon shutter its doors.
Premium-Inhalt. Symantec discovered a vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat Reader that can be exploited by specially targeted Trojans.
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Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has decided to let 25 recently laid-off workers keep overpaid severance payments, after first asking them to return the money.
Premium-Inhalt. Hoping to position Microsoft as a national job driver for the future, the company's corporate vice president of global corporate affairs Pamela Passman announced , a program to train two million Americans in Windows-based skills for the office.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is terminating Equipt, a subscription-based service that combined office, communication and security software.
Premium-Inhalt. While Steve Jobs may not currently be acting as CEO of Apple, he'll always be CEO of our hearts. To that end, we here at MacUser wanted to extend our warmest birthday wishes to the man behind so many of the products that make our everyday lives a joy. Or, at least, helps us forget about the black hole of despair that the rest of our existence embodies.
Premium-Inhalt. According to a new study, some smartphone owners spent as much on applications for their cell phones last year as they did on the devices themselves.
Premium-Inhalt. Director Louis Kincannon told reporters Tuesday that he expects a successful 2010 U.S. census despite the agency's decision last spring to cut back significantly on the use of handheld computers in the effort.
Premium-Inhalt. If you’ve ever been frustrated with trying to determine who is speaking when listening to a conference call, help may be at hand.
Premium-Inhalt. Nonprofit organization One Laptop Per Child is shying away from small deployments of XO laptops to focus on large-scale deployments as it restructures to cope with the recession.
Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz will announce a major reorganization of the just-can't-win Santa Clara company, according to a . What's unusual is that even top executives aren't sure of Bartz's plan.
Premium-Inhalt. Bolstering developers, Microsoft Research has developed Code Contracts, offering a language-agnostic way to express coding assumptions in .Net.
Premium-Inhalt. The US$30 is another entry in the competitive icon editing market, for those who aren't satisfied with the stock Windows icons.
Premium-Inhalt. It's a brain teaser, requires precision dexterity, has better 3D visuals than , and here's the kicker -- it's not a video game.
Premium-Inhalt. , new e-mail software that's currently in beta, aims to restore control to unwieldy inboxes. While it offers some nice features, including faster searching and organization, as well as ties to online services such as , Postbox can be a challenge to master. But e-mail power users willing to spend the time necessary to learn the program's ins and outs will be rewarded.
Premium-Inhalt. Gmail's bounced back from its recent , but questions over what went wrong are thus far unanswered. The Google mail service was offline from about 4:30 a.m. until 7:00 a.m. ET (or from 9:30 a.m. till noon for nations on ). Google says it is now "investigating the root cause" of the issue.
Premium-Inhalt. It appears that the next version of Microsoft Office won't ship until next year. That's the word from Mary Jo Foley of ZDNet, who's that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer told Wall Street analysts Tuesday that the upcoming Office 14 is slated for a 2010 release. The announcement likely rules out a dual launch of Office 14 and Windows 7, the latter of which is slated to , possibly as early as this summer.