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  • Was Sie beim IT-Projekt in Fernost beachten müssen

    ERP-Software goes China

    Ein weltweit einheitliches ERP-System ist der Anspruch. Doch in China treffen europäische Unternehmen auf die eine oder andere Besonderheit, die sie beim Management von Projekten berücksichtigen müssen. …mehr

  • Finanzchef übernimmt IT

    Knorr-Bremse

    Vorstandsmitglied Lorenz Zwingmann hat beim Münchner Konzern Knorr-Bremse zusätzlich zu seinem Ressort Finanzen den Bereich Controlling und IT übernommen.  …mehr

  • Microsoft hat Facebook-Client für Windows Mobile veröffentlicht

    Kostenlos erhältlich

    Microsoft hat einen Facebook-Client für Windows Mobile 6 und 6.1 herausgebracht. Die Anwendung ist kostenlos und kann im Microsoft Download Center heruntergeladen werden.  …mehr

  • Neun Tipps für den perfekten Offshore-Deal

    Outsourcing

    Was Outsourcing-Anwender beim Auslagern in Niedriglohnländer beachten sollten. …mehr

  • Infoniqa schnürt GDPdU-Paket für R/3- und SAP-ERP-Anwender

    SAP und Compliance

    Das Software- und Systemhaus Infoniqa liefert Programme und Beratung, die Nutzern von SAP-Software helfen soll, die gesetzlichen Vorschriften der GDPdU umzusetzen. Nach Angaben des Anbieters könnten diese Firmen dabei nicht nur ihre Pflicht erfüllen, sondern durch Verbesserungen in der Datenhaltung ihre ERP-Systeme transparenter machen. …mehr

  • Mit Lexlive Rechnungen im Firefox-Browser erzeugen

    SaaS von Lexware

    Für kleine Firmen und Freiberufler hat das Softwarehaus Lexware eine SaaS-Plattform entwickelt, mit der sich Rechnungen, Angebote und Aufträge im Internet Explorer oder Mozilla Firefox erstellen lassen.  …mehr

  • "IBM greift Oracle im Kerngeschäft an"

    Rüdiger Spies, IDC

    Nach der Übernahme von Sun Microsystems durch Oracle verschärft sich der Wettbewerb, glaubt Rüdiger Spies, Independant Vice President Enterprise Applications bei IDC. IBM geht in die Offensive. …mehr

  • Stimmung in der IT-Servicebranche verdüstert sich

    Ifo-Index

    Der Indikator für das Geschäftsklima im deutschen IT-Servicemarkt hat im April 2009 erneut nachgegeben. …mehr

  • IBM schafft Rational-Plattform für smarte Produkte

    Entwicklung

    Die Entwicklersparte Rational von IBM integriert ihre Lösungen zu einer Umgebung, in der die Produktentwicklung vom Konzept über das Design bis hin zum Test und zur Auslieferung abgedeckt ist. …mehr

  • Oracle bleibt nach Sun-Kauf im Hardwaregeschäft

    Larry Ellison

    Oracle-Chef Lawrence "Larry" Ellison hat erklärt, seine Firma wolle nach Abschluss der Übernahme von Sun Microsystems im Hardwaregeschäft bleiben. Bislang ist Oracle eine reine Softwarefirma. …mehr

  • Ein virtueller PC in der Cloud

    icloud.com

    Mit "icloud" hat das schwedische Unternehmen Xcerion einen kostenlosen Service gestartet, der "Cloud Computing" für den Privatanwender auf einfache Weise aufbereitet. …mehr

  • Gründungsboom trotzt Krise

    Startups

    Trotz oder gerade wegen der Rezession der Weltwirtschaft wagen immer mehr Jungunternehmer den Sprung in die Selbstständigkeit. …mehr

  • LinkedIn feiert Geburtstag mit starkem Nutzerwachstum

    40 Millionen Mitglieder

    Das Business-Netzwerk LinkedIn feiert seinen sechsten Jahrestag mit einem neuen Mitgliederrekord. …mehr

  • Microsoft kündigt Patch für PowerPoint an

    Security-Updates im Mai

    Das für kommenden Dienstag angekündigte Security-Update soll eine kritische Lücke in PowerPoint schließen. …mehr

  • Kritik an EU-Verbraucherplänen nimmt zu

    Bald weniger Rechte?

    Verbraucherschützer und Politiker warnen vor Plänen der EU-Kommission zur Angleichung europäischer Verbraucherrechte. …mehr

  • AP, Proalpha, Abas und Psipenta im Praxistest

    ERP-Vergleich, Teil 1

    In einem Wettbewerb mit Publikumsvotum traten die ERP-Hersteller AP, Proalpha, Abas und Psipenta gegeneinander an. Anhand eines vorgegebenen Prozessszenarios mussten die Anbieter zeigen, wie sie die Aufgaben lösten. Im zweiten Teil des ERP-Vergleichs berichten wir über SAP, Infor, Microsoft und IFS. …mehr

  • Erfolg für Online-Petition gegen Internetsperren

    50.000+ Unterstützer

    Erfolg für die Kritiker von Internetsperren in Deutschland: Eine Online-Petition gegen das Gesetz zur Eindämmung von Kinderpornographie im Internet hat am Freitag nach nur vier Tagen 50.000 Unterstützer gefunden. …mehr

  • Lizenzen für virtualisierte IT in der Diskussion

    Lizenzkonferenz von IQPC

    Die Sicherstellung von Richtlinien, eine deutlich gestiegene Belastung durch Audits und nicht zuletzt die sich ausbreitende IT-Virtualisierung - es gibt viele Gründe für die Implementierung eines nachhaltigen Lizenzmanagements. Alle Fragen dazu sollen auf der 3. Jahreskonferenz IT Lizenzmanagement vom 07. - 09. September 2009 in Wiesbaden geklärt werden. …mehr

  • Die grünsten Server auf dem Prüfstand

    Stromverbrauch im Data Center

    Die ersten Server mit den neuen Xeon-Prozessoren von Intel (Nehalem) sind auf den Markt. Wir haben die Herstellerversprechen in Sachen Energieeffizienz und Stromverbrauch unter die Lupe genommen. …mehr

  • Oracle will stay in the hardware business, Ellison says

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle plans to stay in the hardware business following its planned US$7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems, CEO Larry Ellison has said, adding more detail to earlier statements made by the company.

  • Dell netbook rumor prompts questions about Android

    Premium-Inhalt. Reports that Dell might use Google's Android OS in a netbook raises questions about what the device might look like and whether Android is ready for use beyond smartphones.

  • Debugging the Interwebs

    Premium-Inhalt. We start this week with an interesting question my friend Dan O'Neill (La Jolla, Calif.) raised in a list we both subscribe to. Dan remotely manages some 16,000 networked embedded Linux servers around the world (how cool is that?) as part of his . Dan's problem is this:

  • Nvidia looks to mobile chips for growth

    Premium-Inhalt. Graphics hardware vendor Nvidia saw its revenue drop during the first quarter of 2010 but is pinning its hopes on mobile devices for growth during the recession.

  • In China, $700 puts a spammer in business

    Premium-Inhalt. It's a great deal, if you're a spammer.

  • UC Berkeley says hacker broke into health-services databases

    Premium-Inhalt. The University of California at Berkeley Friday disclosed that hackers broke into restricted computer databases in the campus health-services center, as the university began notifying current and former Berkeley students their personal information may have been taken.

  • AT&T offers $3-a-day prepaid voice plan

    Premium-Inhalt. Starting next week will offer a prepaid cellular plan that gives users unlimited voice service for $3 a day.

  • ClearSight adds 3G mobile monitoring to Network Time Machine

    Premium-Inhalt. has updated its Network Time Machine (NTM) monitoring system to include 3G mobile voice traffic.

  • DragonWave cuts loss, promises to be in black

    Premium-Inhalt. A Canadian maker of microwave Ethernet backhaul gear believes it will get into the black this year because mobile carriers are turning to its solutions.

  • Journalism students required to buy iPhone or iPod touch

    Premium-Inhalt. Starting this fall, journalism students at the  will need to add an iPhone or an iPod touch to their shopping carts.

  • Rowmote for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. The Apple Remote Control, once bundled with a variety of Mac models, is now an optional US$19 accessory. If you're an iPhone or iPod touch owner who'd like to have that remote's capabilities control of broader variety of applications and save $18 in the process, you owe it to yourself to check out $1 .

  • BioShock 2 multiplayer revealed, no co-op play

    Premium-Inhalt. The rumors of are not true, 2K Games revealed Friday.

  • Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver confirmed for DS in 2009

    Premium-Inhalt. The cat's out of the Poke Ball, as and have confirmed two more additions to the Nintendo DS's Pokemon lineup. Coming this year to Japan, will hit the DS in celebration of the original Gold and Silver's release on the Game Boy Color. I think we've found our next game of the year.

  • Critics slam Senator Kerry's views on the news industry

    Premium-Inhalt. Some observers have reacted with dismay to parts of Wednesday's subcommittee meeting of the Senate Commerce Committee, in which that online media may not maintain the same high standards of journalism that he believes print media has.

  • Sun shareholders file suit to block sale to Oracle

    Premium-Inhalt. Sun Microsystems shareholders filed three separate lawsuits last month in an effort to halt the company's pending sale to Oracle, according to a filing Sun made with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission Friday.

  • Nokia embarks on Ovi Africa marketing campaign

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia has embarked on an aggressive campaign to promote the Ovi online store among software developers in East Africa.

  • Air audit, Amazon's Kindle DX, Intel in the EU

    Premium-Inhalt. The next time you're standing barefoot in a security line at a U.S. airport because having passengers remove their shoes is so vital to safety, aside from the dirt on the floor you might contemplate the findings of a U.S. Department of Transportation audit that found a high risk of cyberattack on air traffic control systems. The audit was in the news this week. But there was some good news for travelers and others who don't want to lug around books, newspapers and magazines -- Amazon showed off its larger-screened Kindle e-reader.

  • 160,000 student, alumni accounts breached at UC Berkeley

    Premium-Inhalt. The University of California, Berkeley has begun notifying more than 160,000 students, alumni and others about the potential compromise of their Social Security numbers, health insurance information and other personal data, following a database intrusion at the university.

  • Underworlds for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. The "dungeon crawl" adventure game is alive and well in , the debut iPhone game from . The spiritual successor to games like Blizzard's Diablo, Underworlds is a true "hack and slash"-style role-playing game (RPG) with a lot to offer.

  • Qwest gives broadband Web customers free Wi-Fi

    Premium-Inhalt. is taking advantage of a new partnership with to offer complimentary services to all of its broadband Internet customers.

  • Microsoft patches huge Windows 7 RC bug

    Premium-Inhalt. Just days after it launched Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC), Microsoft has released a fix for a major flaw that slipped through testing.

  • Goodbye, at least for now

    Premium-Inhalt. I have been writing Apple news on these Web pages for the better part of 15 years and enjoyed every minute of it. Sadly, I am writing my last story as an employee of Macworld. It is time to say goodbye.

  • Universal Audio brings vintage sound to plug-ins

    Premium-Inhalt. Most of the music we hear today is processed through digital audio workstation software such as Apple's Logic or Digidesign's Pro Tools. In order to mix and master the audio, engineers use plug-in versions of EQs and compressors to dial in the sound. While there are a lot of plug-in choices, I have found none better than (UA).

  • Microsoft releases free beta for Windows 7 upgrade advisor

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Corp. on Thursday released the beta of a free app that helps users determine whether their PC is powerful enough to run the upcoming Windows 7 operating system.

  • Tekserve updates free Mac FAQ book

    Premium-Inhalt. New York City's famous , independent Apple store and service center, has made available a new Mac FAQ book. It's available for free (if you're near Tekserve and want to stop in and grab a copy); shipping and handling cost US$4.95.

  • How to use a pool of time servers

    Premium-Inhalt. As I mentioned in my blog entry, it's possible to configure OS X's time servers to be a bit more robust than just relying on one time server--if that server goes offline, your clock won't sync any more, which (as discussed in the blog entry) can cause some problems.

  • Regional SaaS ERP market set to grow to US$193 million

    Premium-Inhalt. The market for software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) in the Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) is estimated to grow from US$35 million in 2008 to US$193 million by 2012, according to Springboard Research.

  • Macalope Weekly: Celebrity App Store approval process

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple runs afoul of a foul-mouthed celebrity (well, who hasn't done ?) and, ah, spring! When a company's fancy turns to acquisition! Or not. Because who's got time to acquire when there's that tablet thingy to work on?

  • HK Hospital Authority steps up patient data security

    Premium-Inhalt. To enhance the awareness among public hospital staff in protection of personal data of patients, the Hospital Authority (HA) and the Office of Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD) has launched the 'Care for Patients - Protect their Personal Data' campaign.

  • New Zealand PM says public sector IT way behind

    Premium-Inhalt. Prime Minister John Key says government IT is "light years away" from where it could be compared to the private sector.

  • Mozilla, Opera blast Microsoft over IE8 upgrade practice

    Premium-Inhalt. Browser makers Mozilla and Opera accused Microsoft Thursday of force feeding Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) to users with Windows Update and silently changing the default browser on PCs.

  • Philippines urged to adopt int’l telehealth standards

    Premium-Inhalt. With the current population increase outgrowing the local healthcare resources, lawmakers and doctors in the Philippines are calling for the immediate adoption of international telehealth standards or E-health -- the practice of applying ICT for healthcare delivery and education for the underserved.

  • Philippines in dire need of telemedicine, says gov't leader

    Premium-Inhalt. In the interest of creating a comprehensive and integrative sustainable national telehealth service system, Congressman Joseph Emilio A. Abaya of the first district of the province of Cavite stressed the need for the country to have a law pushing for a telemedicine bill that will facilitate collaboration between public and private institutions, and government and non-government offices.

  • Cyberbullying? No, it's just bullying.

    Premium-Inhalt. I really, really want to believe that our representatives in the government are smart and always try to make good decisions and behave rationally, but time and again I'm disappointed. And when it comes to the pols dealing with technology and the Internet, it seems like clear thinking will be part of their agendas about the time that Hell freezes over.

  • Sun shareholders file suit to block sale to Oracle

    Premium-Inhalt. Sun Microsystems shareholders filed three separate lawsuits last month in an effort to halt the company's pending sale to Oracle, according to a filing Sun made with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission Friday.

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