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Der Sicherheitsspezialist Norman ASA bringt mit "Norman Endpoint Protection" eine neue Software auf den Markt. Mit dem System sollen Firmen ihre Netzwerke vor Viren und Malware schützen können. Die Schutzmechanismen greifen auf Desktops, mobilen Geräten und Servern. …mehr
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In einer gemeinsamen Studie mit dem Business Application Research Center (BARC) hat Peter Gluchowski, Professor für Wirtschaftsinformatik an der TU Chemnitz, Open-Source-Lösungen im Bereich Business Intelligence (BI) verglichen. Ein Gespräch über den jüngsten Hype aus der Welt der BI. …mehr
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