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    IT-Einkauf Teil 2

    In der zweiten Folge unserer IT-Einkaufsserie geht es um die Auswahl des Softwarelieferanten und die anschließende Vertragsgestaltung. …mehr

  • ERP fügt sich SOA

    Service-orientierte Architekturen

    Service-orientierte Architekturen (SOA) haben auf der CeBIT 2009 ihren vorläufigen Höhepunkt erlebt. Die Meinungen divergieren, welche Konzepte und Ideen sich hinter SOA verstecken und welche Konsequenzen das für zentrale ERP-Systeme hat. …mehr

  • Was zählt mehr - Projekterfahrung oder Prozesswissen?

    Karriere als Berater

    Auch wenn sich die Anforderungen zunehmend angleichen - es ist nicht egal, ob ein Berater im Anwenderunternehmen oder in einer Consulting-Firma arbeitet. …mehr

  • Funkwerk bleibt der CAPI treu

    ISDN in der All-IP-Welt

    Eigentlich sollten Fax und andere ISDN-Anwendungen schon längst tot sein. Doch die alte Technik schafft selbst den Sprung in das Zeitalter der Virtualisierung und viele Administratoren stehen vor der Frage: Wo bekomme ich noch eine CAPI her? …mehr

  • Firmware-Upgrade für Nokia N85 und N79 erhältlich

    Bessere E-Mail-Funktionen

    Nokia hat eine neue Firmware-Version für die beiden S60-Smartphones N85 und N79 veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Erste Live-Fotos vom Blackberry Storm 2

    Endlich mit WLAN

    Sowohl das Fan-Blog crackberry.com als auch die Technik-Website engadget.com haben erste Fotos veröffentlicht, die einen Prototypen des Blackberry Storm 2 zeigen.  …mehr

  • Windows Mobile 6.5 ist nur halbfertig

    Zu wenig Zeit

    Auf der Microsoft-Hausmesse TechEd 2009 haben hochrangige Mitarbeiter des Unternehmens eingestanden, dass Windows Mobile 6.5 unter starkem Zeitdruck entwickelt wurde und daher eine nur halbfertige Lösung ist.  …mehr

  • Virtualisierung krempelt den Server-Markt um

    IDC-Studie

    Die Folgen von Virtualisierung reichen weiter als bislang angenommen, sagen die Analysten von IDC. Demnach wird die Technik auch die Art und Weise bestimmen, wie künftig Rechenzentrum gebaut und verwaltet werden. …mehr

  • Einheitliche Lösung für die Sparkassen

    IT-Harmonisierung

    Um die IT zu vereinheitlichen, will der IT-Dienstleister Finanz Informatik alle Sparkassen auf seine Lösung umstellen.  …mehr

  • HP ruft Notebook-Akkus zurück

    Überhitzung möglich

    Hewlett-Packard (HP) ruft aktuell weltweit Notebook-Akkus zurück, die zwischen August 2007 und Januar 2008 gefertigt und mit Geräten oder als Zubehör verkauft wurden. …mehr

  • Schaden durch Klickbetrug nimmt zu

    Krise verschärft das Problem

    Online-Werber sehen sich mit einem erhöhten Aufkommen von Klickbetrug konfrontiert. …mehr

  • Kingston SSD Now E-Series SNE125-S2 32GB

    Rekord-Transferraten im SSD-Test

    Die Kingston SSD Now E-Series SNE125-S2 32GB setzt auf blitzschnellen SLC-Flash-Speicher. Ob die 32-GB-Festplatte Ihr Geld wert ist, klärt unser Test.  …mehr

  • Mobile Payment boomt in Entwicklungsländern

    Arthur D. Little

    Während Anbieter von mobilen Zahlungssystemen in Industrienationen derzeit nach wie vor eine untergeordnete Rolle spielen, stehen ihnen in Emerging Markets wie Afrika dagegen rosige Zeiten bevor. …mehr

  • Acer bringt Server mit Intel Xeon 5500-CPU

    Mehr Performance für Altos-Server

    Der taiwanische IT-Hersteller Acer offeriert ein neues Server-Portfolio mit Xeon-5500-CPUs von Intel.  …mehr

  • Entscheidung über Breitband-Ausbau vertagt

    Bundesrat

    Der Bundesrat hat seine Entscheidung über eine bessere Versorgung ländlicher Regionen mit schnellen Internetverbindungen vertagt. …mehr

  • Studie erwartet Boom beim Online-Training

    Weiterbildung

    Bildungs-Manager Helmut Blank geht davon aus, dass die Zahl der Online-Lerner in den nächsten zwei Jahren von drei auf fünf Millionen wächst. …mehr

  • Formcraft veröffentlicht FormsRec 5.0

    ICR/OCR

    Die Berliner Formcraft GmbH hat die neue Version 5.0 ihrer ICR/OCR-Lösung "FormsRec" für die automatisierte Beleg- und Dokumentenerfassung veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • Gesetz schützt Verbraucher vor lästigen Werbeanrufen

    Auch Bundesrat stimmt zu

    Deutsche Verbraucher werden künftig besser vor lästiger Telefonwerbung geschützt. …mehr

  • Neues Platin-iPhone von Goldstriker

    Nur 27.000 Euro

    Sündhaft teure iPhones müssen nicht immer protzig aussehen. Das neue Platinum & Diamond iPhone 3G von Goldstriker setzt während der Wirtschaftskrise auf Understatement.  …mehr

  • So senkt die IT die Energiekosten

    Von wegen uneffizient

    Zwar ist die IT für die weltweiten CO2-Emissionen mit verantwortlich. Doch andererseits kann die Informationstechnik auch maßgeblich helfen, Energie zu sparen. Die Experton Group rät, Geschäftsprozesse so zu optimieren, dass durch den IT-Einsatz der Energieverbrauch gesenkt wird. …mehr

  • Nokia kündigt Preiskampf an

    Angriff der Billig-Smartphones

    Nokia will seine weltweite Marktführerschaft mit einer aggressiven Preispolitik verteidigen. Das Unternehmen konzentriert sich dabei auf Smartphones, die billiger als die Konkurrenz sein sollen.  …mehr

  • F-Secure startet Dienst für Online-Daten-Backup

    Mit Kabel Deutschland

    Der finnische IT-Sicherheitsspezialist F-Secure startet einen Online-Dienst für die Sicherung von Daten wie Fotos, Videos oder Musik. …mehr

  • Schicken Sie uns Ihre schönsten Fehlermeldungen!

    Die ersten 50 Einsender gewinnen

    Lassen Sie uns via Screenshot an Ihren wildesten Sicherheits-Erlebnissen teilhaben und gewinnen Sie die Kaspersky Internet Security 2009! …mehr

  • So finden Sie den richtigen HD-Fernseher

    Tipps für TV und Video

    HDready oder FullHD, Dolby oder DTS - verwirrende Technik und ein unübersichtliches Produktangebot machen die Auswahl des neuen Flachbildfernsehers nicht leicht. Zehn Tipps helfen auf dem Weg zum TV- und Video-Vergnügen. …mehr

  • News Analysis: Courts grapple with law enforcement's use of GPS tracking

    Premium-Inhalt. Two recent court decisions -- one in New York and the other in Wisconsin -- highlight the continuing struggles that courts around the country are having over law enforcement's use of .

  • EU slaps Intel, IT job fare

    Premium-Inhalt. The European Commission's hefty fine on Intel for violating antitrust regulations was inarguably the top IT news of the week. Nothing else came close.

  • Interop network all about redundancy

    Premium-Inhalt. When you’re responsible for the network that powers – one of the premier networking technology conferences in the world – avoiding downtime has to be one of the top priorities.

  • Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 beta in two months

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft will launch an invitation-only SharePoint Server 2010 test in July with a select group of customers and then follow the program up with a public testing phase ahead of the Office 2010 release in the first half of next year.

  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen lineup revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. is including more of everyone's favorite shape-shifting robots, as Activision has announced the full lineup of playable characters (from both of the opposing Autobot and Deception factions, no less) for the upcoming summer action title. Aside from the main characters in the press release, both sides will have access to multiplayer-only characters: Aerialbot and Protectobot on Optimus Prime's team, with Seeker of the Decepticons. The only things missing from these shots is a digitized Shia Labeouf running and flailing his arms amid a hail of gunfire.

  • Portable NES system lets gamers relive 8-bit classics

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo games are great, but their remakes lack the hard difficulty and cartridge-blowing nostalgia of their original titles, while shelling out real cash for can be a hassle. Thankfully, Think Geek is selling the spiffy new for those of us who can't let go of Mega Man 2 and the original Mike Tyson-version of You probably can't play Duck Hunt with it, but you'll look like an old-school pro with this bad boy.

  • Dissidia Final Fantasy gets limited edition PSP bundle

    Premium-Inhalt. is one PlayStation Portable game that's rifle with , and Sony has just announced yet another version that RPG fans are going to want. According to everyone from to , Sony is throwing another PSP bundle on shelves this year with the "Limited Edition Dissidia Final Fantasy Entertainment Pack". Whew. That's a mouthful.

  • Duke Nukem Fallout: 3D Realms sued by Take-Two

    Premium-Inhalt. may be going the way of Pogs and Crystal Pepsi, but Take-Two entertainment is looking to salvage some of their investment in the game before it's too late. News posts from and confirm that Take-Two Interactive, the parent company of development studios like 2K Games () and the various Rockstar studios (, ), is filing a lawsuit against Apogee Software, the actual corporate title for 3D Realms, for failing to deliver their promised Duke Nukem title. Wow. Looks like those rumors about the 3D Realms closure being an are very, very false.

  • New Tony Hawk game has life-sized skateboard controller

    Premium-Inhalt. Motion-sensitive games and hardware seems to be an inevitable fact of the future, we're living in a post Wii world, and with that comes a plethora of companies striving to catch up. Yesterday on , Activision officially released photographic evidence and a trailer for their next game in the Tony Hawk series, Tony Hawk: Ride, which will include a large, black, life-sized skateboard that will work as the games controller.

  • BioWare shows more Mass Effect 2 in pre-E3 video

    Premium-Inhalt. BioWare, creators of the epic , has just released a brand-new trailer video for the upcoming featuring new footage of the sequel's combat, weapons and a new alien species. Even though the game's , this trailer is a precursor to BioWare's at E3, where people will apparently be able to play a demo of the game. June suddenly seems so very, very far away.

  • RUMOR: Microsoft developing Zune-Xbox handheld gaming device

    Premium-Inhalt. In an economy that is affecting almost everyone, especially major companies, handheld devices such as Nintendo's DS and Apple's iPhone seem to be doing pretty well for themselves within the gaming market. Rumor has it that Microsoft is working to throw their own handheld device into the ring, a device that will feature Live Anywhere and is intended to be a mix of the Xbox 360 and the Zune phone.

  • Rockstar: Grand Theft Auto IV expansion pack 'coming soon'

    Premium-Inhalt. Rockstar Games' next downloadable expansion pack for is being teased on . This will be the second DLC pack for GTAIV--the first was , which was an Xbox 360 exclusive. There's no word yet on whether this new expansion will be a console exclusive too or if it'll be available on both Xbox 360 and PS3.

  • CommVault-Powered Hitachi Data Protection Suite 8.0 announced

    Premium-Inhalt. Hitachi Data Systems and CommVault announced the Hitachi Data Protection Suite 8.0, powered by CommVault. This software is said to a part of an integrated data protection solutions portfolio and includes enhancements in recovery operations, simplified license management, and remote office protection as well as new advances in virtual server protection, data de-duplication, recovery management and content organization. The Hitachi Data Protection Suite 8.0, powered by CommVault leverages the CommVault Simpana 8.0 software suite and reinforces the longstanding OEM partnership between Hitachi Data Systems and CommVault.

  • Extreme Networks Introduces BlackDiamond 8900 Series Modules

    Premium-Inhalt. Extreme Networks introduced BlackDiamond 8900-series modules for its BlackDiamond 8800 series switch. The company says that this purpose-built enterprise architecture for next -generation datacenters enables market-leading scalability of 10 Gigabit Ethernet, up to 582 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports in a single rack, while delivering energy efficiency and compelling value.

  • Team presentations a sign of things to come for Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this week, Apple announced that to attendees of next month's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). This proclamation out of Cupertino may give some indication of Apple's public face for the future.

  • SAP and Cognizant Sign Global Service Partnership

    Premium-Inhalt. Cognizant and SAP announced a global services partnership in an effort to deliver increased business value to customers by streamlining their engagement and enabling both companies to respond quickly to the ever-changing needs of their customers. The announcement was made at SAPPHIRE 2009, being held in Orlando, Florida, May 11--14.

  • Raritan and Microsoft Collaborate for Microsoft EEC

    Premium-Inhalt. Raritan announced that Microsoft's Enterprise Engineering Center (EEC) has chosen a suite of Raritan IT infrastructure management solutions for monitoring servers and their energy consumption down to the outlet level.

  • SAP Launches Explorer to Simplify BI

    Premium-Inhalt. SAP has revealed that it is set to change the dynamics of BI world with its new offer, SAP BO Explorer. Intended for the casual BI (Business Intelligence) user community at enterprises, the new solution offers instantaneous access to large amount of data with an exceptional search function. "The solution is a game changer as it addresses the pain points of enterprise users which encounter infrequent needs to use a BI tool. Aimed at users , who are not much IT savvy, this product application needs zero user training," informed Sanjay Deshmukh, VP, Business User & Platform, SAP India.

  • VKernel secures $7 million to bolster virtualization management

    Premium-Inhalt. has secured $7 million in a second round of financing to help expand its virtualization management tools for customers using VMware and other hypervisors.

  • Fortinet Announces FortiCarrier OS

    Premium-Inhalt. Fortinet announced the release of a carrier-grade version of its FortiGate multi-threat security platform. The new FortiCarrier family integrates many new functionalities to help carriers, service providers, managed security service providers and enterprises better protect their own networks as well as the networks of their customers through cloud-based security delivered as a service. Fortinet's FortiCarrier platform includes all the capabilities of the FortiGate line plus a specialized "superset" of carrier-class features: securing voice-over-IP infrastructures and mobile operator content, and enabling automated provisioning and management of security policies on a per-user basis. In addition, FortiCarrier provides the intelligent infrastructure to help service providers more easily deliver security as a service to their customers through, among other things, the industry's only fully virtualized offering to support nine consolidated security features.

  • Axis Introduces P13 Network Camera Series

    Premium-Inhalt. Axis Communications announces AXIS P13 Network Cameras, a new series of fixed day and night cameras having HDTV video and H.264 streams. Introducing simplified installation with the unique focus assistant, remote back focus and pixel counter features, these cameras are the perfect choice where high-performing video surveillance is required.

  • HP Unveils New Mission Critical Services

    Premium-Inhalt. HP expanded its Mission Critical Services portfolio with packaged offerings including services such as HP Proactive Select. Proactive Select reportedly offers customers an innovative way to access a variety of assessment, availability, performance, planning and training services. With HP Proactive Select, customers purchase credits that can be used to choose from more than 85 technology services including those for blades, virtualization, networks, security, software and facilities.

  • Cisco Gets into Cloud Computing with Unified Service Delivery

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco strengthened its foray into cloud-based domain with the launch of Cisco Unified Service Delivery (USD). The solution will aid service providers to build a platform for cloud services by combining Cisco's datacenter portfolio and Unified Computing architecture to deliver data and video services to any place and device. Elaborating on the Cisco DataCentre 3.0 strategy, Rajesh Chainani, Country Director- Service Provider, Cisco India said, "From datacenter 2.0 focusing on client server and distributed computing, the market has evolved into third phase of datacenter services which revolve around service oriented and web 2.0 based virtualized environment."

  • Terminator: Salvation for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. It's summer movie season. The usual explosion of new blockbuster films brings inevitable collateral damage in the form of inevitable tie-in merchandising, including video games. Thankfully for , oft-reliable development house is behind the development of their iPhone adaptation.

  • Fujitsu Launches PRIMERGY BX900 Blade Server

    Premium-Inhalt. Fujitsu has announced the launch of Dynamic Cube--the new-generation PRIMERGY BX900 blade server system. PRIMERGY BX900 is reportedly the foundation stone in the company's global market growth program for x86 servers.

  • Mozilla to designers: Help us build better Firefox tabs

    Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla Labs is challenging Web designers to help it find a more innovative way to represent browser tabs.

  • Two plead guilty in telecom bribery case

    Premium-Inhalt. Two men, including the former controller of a Florida telecommunications company, have pleaded guilty to charges related to a conspiracy to pay more than US$1 million in bribes to Haitian government officials, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

  • EPA gives servers Energy Star ratings

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will introduce its Energy Star for Servers program on Friday, aiming to make it easier for buyers to identify energy-efficient systems.

  • Vodacom, MTN battle over Android-based HTC phones

    Premium-Inhalt. Vodacom Group and MTN are set for a fierce battle in South Africa after the two companies claimed exclusive rights to sell different Android-based HTC phones.

  • First Look: Chromium browser for OS X

    Premium-Inhalt. As , Google's browser for OS X is still in the works. At that time, all we had was one little screenshot. Things have progressed markedly since then, though there's still not a native version of Chrome for OS X that you can download and try.

  • CuteClips gives you more Clipboards

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever since I , I've been a huge fan of well-designed multiple-Clipboard utilities. These programs store multiple recent contents of the Clipboard, letting you quickly access those past contents for pasting. Besides increasing productivity, they also save you from situations where you've copied or cut text, meaning to paste it elsewhere, but then absentmindedly copied something else, losing the previous content.

  • Google blames DNS insecurity for Web site defacements

    Premium-Inhalt. Domain Name System (DNS) insecurity caused the defacing of Google Web sites in Uganda and Morocco, according to a Google spokesperson.

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