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  • Beiersdorf-Spinn-off lagert an Freudenberg IT aus

    Outsourcing im Mittelstand

    Der IT-Dienstleister Freudenberg IT übernimmt unter anderem das SAP-Hosting, die Netzinfrastruktur sowie sämtliche Client-Services für den Medizinspezialisten. …mehr

  • Experton Studie enthüllt teilweise katastrophale Ergebnisse

    Status quo Green IT

    Die Experton Group hat im ersten Quartal 2009 eine Studie zum Markt für Green IT in Deutschland ausgearbeitet. Kernaussagen darin: Deutsche Unternehmen sehen Green IT als wichtiges Thema, haben aber noch wenig Informationen und Know-how in Sachen Öko-IT. …mehr

  • Mobilfunkanbieter müssen bei Telefonaten bald draufzahlen

    Studie

    Die Mobilfunkunternehmen stecken in einer Zwickmühle. Davor warnt die Unternehmensberatung A.T. Kearney nach einer Untersuchung bei 100 europäischen Anbietern. Bis 2011 würden sich die durchschnittlichen Einnahmen für eine Mobilfunkminute als Folge des andauernden Preisverfalls bei 8,8 Cent eingependelt haben.  …mehr

  • Der Postbrief war gestern

    Online-Bewerbung

    Die Online-Bewerbung ist mittlerweile selbstverständlich, wenn Fach- und Führungskräfte auf Jobsuche gehen. Nur mit dem Anschreiben nehmen es noch viele nicht ernst genug. So lautet das Ergebnis einer Online-Befragung des Karriereportals Stepstone. …mehr

  • Drees & Sommer hat die zufriedensten Anwender

    IT-Excellence Award 2009

    Die COMPUTERWOCHE-Schwester "CIO" kürte gestern Abend den Sieger der Zufriedenheitsstudie unter IT-Anwendern. …mehr

  • Welchen Wert hat ein Service in der SOA?

    RoI greift zu kurz

    Ein Argument für den Aufbau einer Service-orientierten Architektur ist die Chance zur Wiederverwendung ihrer Dienste. Doch das gilt nur bedingt. …mehr

  • EU leitet Verfahren gegen Bundesnetzagentur ein

    Alleingänge verboten

    Die für Telekommunikation zuständige EU-Kommission hat ein Verfahren wegen Vertragsverletzung gegen die Bundesnetzagentur eingeleitet, die in Deutschland die Zustellungsentgelte der Mobilfunkanbieter reguliert. Zustellungsentgelte, auch als Terminierungsentgelte bezeichnet, sind Gebühren, die Netzbetreiber für die Durchleitung der Anrufe aus einem anderen Netz verlangen. …mehr

  • Halbleiterfirma NXP lagert Desktops aus

    Outsourcing

    Der IT-Dienstleister Atos Orign übernimmt für 30 Millionen Euro die weltweite Verwaltung der PC-Arbeitsplätze.  …mehr

  • Herstellungskosten des iPhone 3G S ermittelt

    Nur 128,35 Euro

    Das iPhone 3G S kostet nur 178,96 Dollar (128,35 Euro). So viel sind wenigstens die Bauteile und die Kosten für die Montage der 16-Gigabyte-Version wert. Die Marktforscher von iSuppli haben auch das neue Handy von Apple auseinandergenommen und den Wert seiner einzelnen Komponenten festgestellt.  …mehr

  • Designierter Ericsson-Chef will kleinere Dienstleister zukaufen

    Hans Vestberg

    Der zum Jahreswechsel zum Ericsson-Chef aufsteigende bisherige Finanzvorstand Hans Vestberg will das Dienstleistungsgeschäft des Telekomausrüsters stärken. …mehr

  • Facebook und Twitter bald in Buchform

    Web 2.0 auf Papier

    Der Hype um Web-2.0-Phänomene wie Facebook und Twitter ist weiterhin ungebrochen. …mehr

  • Wir sind wieder im Rennen

    Palm veröffentlicht Quartalszahlen

    Palm steckt auch im vierten Quartal seines abgelaufenen Geschäftsjahres 2009, das am 29. Mai endete, tief in den roten Zahlen. Die Verluste waren allerdings weniger hoch, als von den Analysten befürchtet. Die Aktie kletterte deshalb nach Bekanntgabe der Zahlen um mehr als 10 Prozent nach oben.  …mehr

  • Netbook-Käufer oft von Leistung enttäuscht

    Konsumenten erwarten Notebook-Power

    Die Mehrheit der Konsumenten erwartet sich von einem Netbook dieselbe Leistung wie von einem Notebook. …mehr

  • Facebook testet neue Kontrolloptionen für Statusbox

    Privatsphäre pro Post

    Das Social Network Facebook erweitert die Kontrolloptionen für die Statusbox (Publisher). …mehr

  • IBM-Speichertechnologie vereinfacht IT

    Landschaftsverband Rheinland

    Steigende Komplexität und schwer managbare IT-Umgebungen machen immer mehr Organisationen zu schaffen. So auch dem Landschaftsverband Rheinland. Mit einer IBM-Lösung konnte der Verband seine Storagesysteme optimieren und gleichzeitig die Verfügbarkeit erhöhen. …mehr

  • Leuchter geht zu Refratechnik

    Berater wechselt zum Anwender

    Lars Leuchter hat die Funktion eines Leiters Global IT Infrastructure Services bei der Refratechnik Cement GmbH übernommen und ist damit für die weltweite IT-Infrastruktur seines neuen Arbeitgebers zuständig. …mehr

  • Handybauer Palm hofft auf neues Modell

    Pre soll Umsatz bringen

    Der Smartphone-Spezialist Palm ist nach einem erneut heftigen Umsatzeinbruch nochmals tiefer in die roten Zahlen gestürzt. …mehr

  • Der Server-Markt erholt sich Ende 2009

    IDC-Prognose für Europa

    Nach dramatischen Umsatzeinbrüchen in den vergangenen Quartalen erwarten Marktforscher von IDC für die zweite Jahreshälfte eine allmähliche Erholung der Server-Geschäfte. …mehr

  • Softwareproblem bei E-Plus

    Netzstörung

    Viele E-Plus-Kunden in Deutschland waren am Donnerstag für anderthalb Stunden nicht erreichbar. …mehr

  • Change the Business und nicht die IT

    Change-Management ist viel mehr als Information

    Einsicht in die Notwendigkeit von Veränderungen hilft enorm, sie zu realisieren. Geht es um einen Wandel, den IT-Projekte auslösen, kann die IT ihn nicht aus sich heraus argumentieren. …mehr

  • Analyst: $120 for Windows 7 'way too much'

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's pricing of Windows 7 threatens to derail its efforts to move users off the aging Windows XP and make them forget the bad taste of Vista, a retail research analyst said today.

  • Supercomputers go from biggest to cheapest

    Premium-Inhalt. The increasing power of supercomputers has gone from gee-whiz to ho-hum. IBM, with its petaflop-exceeding Roadrunner, seems to maintain a near permanent position on the Top500 supercomputer list, and it may be a longtime before it gives up the crown.

  • Apple's iPhone 3GS goes on sale in Japan

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPhone 3GS went on sale in Japan on Friday morning.

  • Windows 7 upgrade campaign savings limited for enterprises

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprises ready to restock with new PCs and take advantage of Microsoft's Windows 7 Upgrade Option Program might find the cost savings to be less than originally thought.

  • AP news app adds AccuWeather forecasts

    Premium-Inhalt. The has an iPhone app. So does , the Pennsylvania-based weather service. And just like the , someone wondered whether these two great news sources would go great together.

  • New chips don't deliver, Facebook says

    Premium-Inhalt. The latest generations of server processors from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices don't deliver the promised gains in performance, according to the head of technical operations at Facebook, a massive consumer of servers.

  • Acer pushes AMD into netbook space

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices has quietly released a low-voltage chip that has made its way into a new netbook from Acer, forcing the chip designer into the netbook space.

  • Love not the only thing going to South America

    Premium-Inhalt. On his recent getaway to Buenos Aires to meet his lover, was taking a trip more and more U.S. businesses now make.

  • Firefox 3.5 eyed for Tuesday release

    Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla is expected to release its Firefox 3.5 browser on Tuesday morning, a company representative said on Friday afternoon.

  • HTC Hero Finds a Killer App in Flash

    Premium-Inhalt. The HTC Hero opens up a whole world of multimedia content with support for Flash 9, intensifying the spotlight on .

  • Security Experts Visualize Botnets With Eye On Defense

    Premium-Inhalt. Not all are organized in the same way. That's the conclusion of a report from Damballa which seeks to categorize the dominate structures. It attempts to explain why certain types of blocking and filtering will work against some botnets, and not for others."The 'hybrid' threat banner is often cast about," says Gunter Ollmann, VP of Research, Damballa, an enterprise security company specializing in botnet mitigation "But that label means nothing to teams tasked with defending the enterprise. By explaining the topologies (and their strengths and weaknesses) these teams can better visualize the threat."The Star structure is the most basic and offers individual bots a direct communication with the Command and Control (CnC) server. It can be visualized in a star-like pattern. However, by providing direct communications with one CnC server the botnet creates a single point of failure. Take out the CnC server and the expires. Ollmann says the Zeus DIY botnet kit, out of the box, is a star pattern, but that botmasters often upgrade, making it multiserver."In most cases, particular botnets can be classed as a member of just one CnC topology--but it s often down to the botnet master which one they choose."Multi- Server is the logical extension of the Star structure using multiple CnC servers to feed instructions to the individual bots. This design, says Ollmann, offers resiliency should any one CnC server go down. It also requires sophisticated planning in order to execute. Srizbi is a classic example of a multi-server CnC topology botnet.The Hierarchical botnet structure is highly centralized and are often associated with multi-stage botnets--for example botnets who's bot agents have worm propagation capabilities--and utilize super-node-based peer-to-peer CnC. That means no one bot is aware of the location of any other bots, often making it hard for security researchers to gage the overall size of the botnet. This structure, says Damballa, is best suited for leasing or selling parts of the botnet to others. The downside is that instructions take longer to reach their targets so some kinds of attacks impossible to coordinate. Random is the reverse of the Hierarchical structure. This is decentralized and using multiple communication paths. The downside is that each bot can enumerate others in the neighborhood, and often communication lags between clusters of bots, again making some attacks impossible to coordinate. Storm would fit Damballa's Random model, as would botnets based off the Conficker malwareThe report, , also ranked different methods of fast flux, the method by which a CnC server changes its domains on the fly. Damballa found that Domain Flux, a process changing and allocating of multiple Fully Qualified Domain Names to a single IP address or CnC infrastructure, is the most resilient to discovery and mitigation.Robert Vamosi is a risk, fraud, and security analyst for Javelin Strategy & Research and an independent computer security writer covering criminal hackers and malware threats.

  • Michael Jackson Death Spurs Spam, Viruses

    Premium-Inhalt. Less than 24 hours after , fraudsters are exploiting public interest with their attempts to spread spam and malware. Security researchers say they've observed hundreds of cases of malicious messages masquerading as information about Jackson's death. Some of them, they say, popped up within minutes of the news.

  • Senate confirms Genachowski as FCC chairman

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Senate has confirmed Julius Genachowski, a former technology adviser to President Barack Obama's campaign and transition team, as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.

  • Why I'm not upgrading to an iPhone 3GS

    Premium-Inhalt. Elsewhere on the site, we've posted , some of whom are upgrading to the new phone and some who aren't. Put me in the "aren't" group.

  • Upgrading to iPhone 3GS: how you responded

    Premium-Inhalt. A little more than a week ago, just as Apple was about to unleash the on a waiting world, we fired off a blog post in this very space to ask our readers the $199/$299 question: ?

  • Boulder Dash for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. The theme for is choice. And for the $5 that this retro diamond collection game from costs, we found a great deal of choices available. Let's start with three different control modes, including two multi-touch arcade styles. Surprisingly, we found that the traditional arcade controls were better suited to the game, as touching "Rockford," the game's character, to move him frequently obscured the screen.

  • India trade group chief criticizes proposed H-1B bill

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  • Want the greatest Windows ever? Operators standing by!

    Premium-Inhalt. At Crazy Cringely's House of Windows Upgrades, we're slashin' prices to the bone. Are you jonesin' to upgrade from Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium? It won't cost you $129. Not $127, or even $124. Just $119.99 -- a savings of nearly 8 percent over the cost of upgrading from XP to Vista! Can you believe it?

  • IDC: Symantec leads in security and storage

    Premium-Inhalt. Security firm Symantec leads the security and storage software market in Malaysia as well as Asia Pacific & Japan (APJ), according to analyst firm IDC, which does customised reports for technology providers.

  • News sites falter as traffic spikes after Jackson's death

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to incorrect information provided by Keynote Systems, the story "News sites falter as traffic spikes after Jackson's death" and a subsequent update, both posted Friday, included CNN Money on a list of news sites that experienced performance problems when news of Michael Jackson's death broke. The stories have been fixed on the wire and the mention of CNN Money has been removed from the sub-headline deck and from the second paragraph.

  • Windows 7 assured if you buy a Vista PC from today

    Premium-Inhalt. Starting today, businesses and consumers who purchase copies of Windows Vista Home Premium, Business or Ultimate will be assured of an upgrade to Windows 7 at little or no cost, when the latter is released later this year.

  • Toon Boom Studio 5 released

    Premium-Inhalt. Toon Boom Animation has released Toon Boom Studio 5, rebranding and repositioning the animation application as an educational tool for multi-technique animation. The release includes a new stop-motion animation feature, as well as traditional, digital, cut-out, and rotoscoping animation techniques.

  • Save Your Desktop Icon Layout

    Premium-Inhalt. You know the routine: Some game or application changes your screen resolution, and when it changes back again, your carefully crafted icon layout is totally messed up. Not cool, Windows. Not cool.

  • EU allocates €4 billion for African ICT infrastructure

    Premium-Inhalt. The European Union has allocated about €4 billion (US$5.58 billion) for infrastructure development including ICT in the eastern and southern Africa region.

  • Heightened data-loss prevention needs fuel arms race between vendors

    Premium-Inhalt. Data-loss prevention is rapidly becoming the next big battlefield in IT security.

  • Survey casts doubt on cloud adoption

    Premium-Inhalt. New survey results cast doubt on whether computing adoption will ramp up in the next 12 months, with only 15% of corporate customers having adopted or considering adopting cloud technology over the next year.

  • Network shutdown bill faces changes, aide says

    Premium-Inhalt. A bill in the U.S. Senate that would allow President Barack Obama to shut down parts of the Internet during a cybersecurity crisis will likely be rewritten and needs input from private businesses, said a congressional staff member associated with the legislation.

  • EASSY cable en route to Mozambique

    Premium-Inhalt. Heightening competition in the African broadband market, the West Indian Ocean Cable Company (WIOCC) has announced that the first section of the East African Submarine System (EASSY) cable has been loaded on a ship for transport and is on course to Mozambique.

  • Gartner: Avaya Tops In IVR Systems, Enterprise Voice Portals

    Premium-Inhalt. Avaya announced the company has received the highest rating -- Strong Positive- in Gartner's recent "MarketScope for Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Systems and Enterprise Voice Portals, 2009". The report evaluated leading vendors' voice response systems and applications, and rated vendors according to a number of criteria.

  • Adaptec Introduces Series 5Z Raid Controllers

    Premium-Inhalt. Adaptec has announced the availability of the Adaptec Series 5Z Unified Serial (SATA/SAS) RAID controller family. Apaptec says these high-performance controllers integrate an industry first, flash-based Zero-Maintenance Cache Protection module that provides data center managers with a single controller solution for data protection in the event of both power loss and drive failure.

  • Study: Apple leads in phone-based tech support

    Premium-Inhalt. Vocal Laboratories has published the results of a study that shows in telephone-based tech support. The study said that 58 percent of Apple customers reported that they were "very satisfied" with the results of their call, compared to 46 percent of Dell customers and 43 percent of HP customers.

  • iPhone 3.0 Slouching Toward the Web

    Premium-Inhalt. "And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, slouches towards Bethlehem to be born?" - The Second Coming, William Butler Yeats

  • Apple sued over iTunes gift cards

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is under fire for changing pricing on iTunes, but leaving old iTunes gift cards on shop shelves.

  • Apple buys bigger stake in iPhone chip firm

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple now holds a 9.5 per cent stake in , the London-based company that developed the technology used in the 3G iPhone's graphics chips

  • Apple should have revealed Jobs' op, claims Warren Buffett

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple should have revealed that CEO Steve Jobs had a liver transplant, because it is a "material fact" for shareholders of the company, at least according to .

  • Apple TV, iPhone Remote app gain gestures support

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple may see the Apple TV as only a hobby, but the company has added gestures support to the media hub.

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