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  • Outsourcing-Management - auf dem Schirm, aber unterbelichtet

    Studie von TPI

    Europäische CIOs halten Service-Management und Governance für wichtige Disziplinen, aber nur wenige üben sie wirklich gut aus, so eine Studie des Beratungshauses TPI. …mehr

  • LG startet eigenen App Store

    Vorerst nur in Asien

    Der App Store von LG ist online, allerdings erst einmal nur in Asien. Später soll dann auch Europa und Südamerika folgen, die USA bleiben außen vor.  …mehr

  • Stuttgarter bohren in den Wunden der Systems-Macher

    IT & Business

    Warum startet die Messe Stuttgart ausgerechnet in diesen schwierigen Zeiten eine neue ITK-Fachmesse? Wir haben Geschäftsführer Ulrich Kromer gefragt. …mehr

  • Wird das iPhone zur Gefahr für Tageszeitungen?

    Apple iPhone

    Das iPhone könnte als Informationswerkzeug eine Bedrohung für Tageszeitungen werden. Das zumindest legen Ergebnisse einer Studie von AdMob und dem Marktforschungsinstitut Comscore nahe. …mehr

  • Geballtes IT-Fachwissen für den Mittelstand

    Kompendium für CIOs

    Das Internet-Portal nextbusiness-IT hat für Entscheider die "Bibliothek des modernen IT-Wissens für den Mittelstand" zusammengestellt. Die Sammlung umfasst zehn Leitthemen, die praktische Anleitungen und Erklärungen geben sollen. …mehr

  • Service von Basware soll E-Invoicing vereinfachen

    Elektronische Rechnung

    Über einen IT-Dienst von Basware können Lieferanten ihren Kunden elektronische Rechnungen schicken - per E-Mail oder über virtuelle Drucker.  …mehr

  • Die zehn größten deutschen Mittelständler

    IT-Beratung und Systemintegration

    Den meisten Umsatz mit IT-Consulting-Leistungen und Systemintegration erzielte 2008 IDS Scheer.  …mehr

  • Microsoft präsentiert Silverlight in neuem Gewand

    Version 3.0

    Microsoft hat am Wochenende offiziell sein programmierbares Browser-Plugin "Silverlight" in der Version 3.0 vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Symbian wagt ersten Open-Source-Schritt

    Sicherheitspaket

    Die Symbian Foundation hat diese Woche einen wichtigen Meilenstein auf dem Weg zu einem quelloffenen Handy-Betriebssysstem erreicht. …mehr

  • Google integriert Lizenzabfrage in Bildersuche

    Creative Commons

    Der Internetkonzern Google hat in seiner Bildersuche ein neues Feature implementiert. …mehr

  • Was Sie über die Einführung von ERP-Software wissen müssen

    Dossier

    Wer ERP-Software im Unternehmen ausrollen will, benötigt ein gutes, motiviertes Team, Rückendeckung vom Chef und flexible Software. Eine Ratgebersammlung. …mehr

  • Schneller zum Job

    Bilfinger Berger mit neuem Online-Portal

    Der Baukonzern Bilfinger Berger führt ein Online-Bewerber-Management-System ein und benötigt so von der Stellenausschreibung bis hin zur -besetzung deutlich weniger Zeit. Und auch die Bewerber profitieren vom Online-Portal. …mehr

  • Bluetooth-Wachhund schützt das Notebook

    Secu4 BlueWatchDog

    Das vom Schweizer Startup Secu4 entwickelte mobile Alarmsystem BlueWatchDog schützt Wertvolles mit Hilfe von Bluetooth vor Diebstahl und Verlust. …mehr

  • O2 will Alice kaufen

    Konsolidierung im DSL-Markt

    Gerüchten zufolge will der Münchner DSL- und Mobilfunkanbieter O2 die Hamburger HanseNet, besser bekannt unter ihrem Markennamen Alice, übernehmen. …mehr

  • Teenager führt Analysten vor

    Medienanalyse vom Praktikanten

    Ein 15-jähriger Praktikant der Investmentbank Morgan Stanley hat seiner Karriere schon früh den nötigen Anschub verpasst. …mehr

  • Indiens HCL ist die Nummer eins

    Black Book of Outsourcing

    Die Wirtschaftskrise kurbelt den Markt für Auslagerungsservices an. …mehr

  • Neue Details zur nächsten Büro-Suite von Microsoft

    Office 2010

    Die nächste Version von Microsoft Office soll Teamwork erleichtern. Vor allem für Outlook, Excel und Powerpoint hat der Konzern neue Funktionen entwickelt. …mehr

  • Microsoft bietet Werbetochter Razorfish zum Kauf an

    Omnicom, WPP und Publicis interessiert

    Der Softwarekonzern Microsoft hat einem Pressebericht zufolge seine Marketing-Agentur Razorfish fünf Werbekonzernen zum Kauf angeboten. …mehr

  • IG Metall befürchtet Infineon-Zerschlagung

    Nach Apollo-Einstieg

    Nach dem Einstieg des US-Finanzinvestors Apollo Group beim schuldengeplagten Münchner Chipkonzern Infineon befürchtet die Gewerkschaft IG Metall zusätzlichen Stellenabbau und den Verkauf der Unternehmensbereiche Drahtlose Kommunikation sowie Smartcards. …mehr

  • Britische Königsfamilie bekommt Twitter-Konto

    @BritishMonarchy

    Aus dem Buckingham-Palast "zwitschert" es: Monarchie-Fans können Neuigkeiten über die britische Königsfamilie jetzt im Online-Netzwerk Twitter verfolgen. …mehr

  • Kostenloser Windows-7-Check für Unternehmens-PCs

    Migration

    Mit der kostenlosen Inventarisierungssoftware "ACMP Inventory" von Aagon können Unternehmen jetzt per Knopfdruck ihre Desktops auf deren Tauglichkeit für Windows 7 von Microsoft hin überprüfen. …mehr

  • Intel sichert sich 89 Prozent an Wind River

    Übernahme fast durch

    Der weltgrößte Halbleiterhersteller Intel hat sich bereits 89 Prozent der Anteile am Softwareanbieter Wind River Systems. …mehr

  • ZIM schiebt die Entwicklung an

    Subventionen für den Mittelstand

    Das "Zentrale Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand" fördert Entwicklungsvorhaben mit bis zu 175.000 Euro.  …mehr

  • Wirtschaftsspionage ist wichtiges Thema

    Competitive Intelligence im Kommen

    Competitive Intelligence (CI), also die Überwachung und Analyse von Markt und Konkurrenz, war in den letzten Jahren vielen Unternehmen die Gründung einer neuen Abteilung wert. Darauf deutet eine Studie hin, die ein Konsortium aus Hochschulen und Unternehmen derzeit in Deutschland durchführt. Während sich CI-Verantwortliche vom Thema illegale Spionage abgrenzen, hat jeder dritte Befragte bereits Angriffe auf schutzwürdige Informationen in seinem Unternehmen identifiziert. …mehr

  • Internetsperren gegen Kinderpornografie ab August

    Bundesrat billigt Gesetz

    Vom 1. August an werden im Internet auf Seiten mit Kinderpornografie rote Stoppschilder erscheinen. …mehr

  • Höhere Umsätze auch für kleinere Unternehmen

    Personalisierung im Online-Marketing

    Personalisierung ermöglicht eine zielgerichtete Kundenansprache. Berater Joachim Keppler über die Chancen der Technologie für den E-Commerce. …mehr

  • Auf digitaler Tuchfühlung mit dem Kunden

    CRM-Software, Web 2.0 und AC/DC

    Neue Datenschutzrichtlinien, die schwierige Wirtschaftslage, technische Entwicklungen des Web 2.0 oder Mobile Marketing - viele Faktoren wirken auf den CRM-Markt ein. Welche Trends sind zu beobachten? Worauf müssen sich Unternehmen einstellen? …mehr

  • Web-Anwendungen sicher entwickeln

    Schäden vermeiden

    Sicherheit in Web-Applikationen lässt sich nicht nachträglich erzielen, sondern muss Teil des Entwicklungsprozesses sein. …mehr

  • WiMax growth slowing amid recession

    Premium-Inhalt. WiMax subscriber growth slowed in the first quarter, and the emerging wireless technology will continue to struggle at least through this year, a survey by research company Maravedis indicates.

  • Create Handsome FLV Files-Free-With Riva FLV Encoder

    Premium-Inhalt. There's little reason to complain when it comes to . It works quite well within its purview, and it is free. For standard l aspect ratio video, the program will loads and converts many formats just fine. However, wide aspect video and WMV9 are not within this video converter's scope. Most of the video I deal with these days is widescreen.

  • Microsoft officially names Geneva project

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Monday unveiled the names of the pieces that will make up its single sign-on platform that was formerly named Geneva.

  • Dell says demand for products is stabilizing

    Premium-Inhalt. Dell said on Monday that demand for its products is "stabilizing" and that it expects to report a sequential increase in revenue for its second fiscal quarter, which ends July 31.

  • Mac News Briefs: Ulysses 2 writing program released

    Premium-Inhalt. The Soulmen on Monday released , the newest version of its creative writing program. The update sports a brand new interface throughout, as well as new project templates and project-wide search and replace. In addition, there are dozens of new enhancements and improvements to the browser and editor, such as the ability to add bookmarks, wider export format support, completely reworked preferences, a new startup panel, and more.

  • 8 Rockin' YouTube Remixes

    Premium-Inhalt. Video upload sites like YouTube provide the perfect platform for the creatively twisted to add their own unique spin to music videos and Internet memes. From parodies to remixes of single songs to of many, you can find some pretty innovative stuff out there.

  • Microsoft Office 2010: A Simple FAQ

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is expanding its horizons with its software suite. The updated Office will be available in two separate formats: a traditional and a . Both products are expected to be released in the first half of 2010.

  • Sobees - Silverlight 3 Web Twitter and Facebook App

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft just released with a host of impressive new features, and already there's a hot and web app using it. is a web-based version of , a slick desktop app for keeping up to date with your Twitter and Facebook feeds.

  • Software AG makes takeover bid for IDS Scheer

    Premium-Inhalt. Infrastructure software vendor Software AG said Monday it would launch a public takeover bid for IDS Scheer, a maker of BPM (business process management) software.

  • VMware upgrades management for virtualized apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Monday announced three products for managing applications in virtual machines, including software to provide service-level reporting and performance management; enable chargeback for virtual workloads; and improve development and test environments.

  • UFC President: EA Sports doesn't care about MMA

    Premium-Inhalt. Get ready for a fight: UFC and EA Sports are officially going to war in the MMA market. Ultimate Fighting Championship and THQ's success with (over sold in a single month) has generated some competition in EA Sports, who recently announced their own mixed martial arts title, appropriately titled . UFC President Dana White is not happy with the developer, who reportedly refused a previous partnership.

  • Another look at Where To? for the iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. In May, I , which lets iPhone and iPod touch users exploit their handheld's location features to serve as a sophisticated but somewhat flawed guide to Google Maps. In particular, I had trouble with the app's shake feature.

  • Web site brings 40-year-old Apollo 11 NASA mission to life

    Premium-Inhalt. Were you too young to follow the historic Apollo 11 mission in 1969 or was it so thrilling that you'd like to relive it all over again - from the blast off of the Saturn V rocket to on the moon?

  • Tech job losses slowing, but totals still grim

    Premium-Inhalt. High-tech companies cut 60% fewer jobs in the second quarter this year, but the during the first three months of 2009 puts totals at nearly 120,000 by midyear, according to workforce data released Monday.

  • Facebook tell-all shines harsh light on friendship

    Premium-Inhalt. The moral I took away from new book about social network site Facebook, , is that it's pretty darn hard these days to figure out who your real friends are. That's only fitting since Facebook, along with MySpace and other social networks, has popularized the concept of "friending" people you don't always know so well.

  • Intel may release new Nehalem chips next month

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel appears ready to deliver, starting next month, new server, laptop and desktop processors based on its new microarchitecture, which offers improved performance.

  • BioShock 2 delayed to 'fiscal year' 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. BioShock 2 was planned as a November 3rd release date, but today the studio's owner announced a delay to "" in order to spend more time developing the game.

  • Miyamoto: Mario Galaxy 2 will appeal to veteran gamers

    Premium-Inhalt. In the latest issue of Nintendo Power, Shigeru Miyamoto sheds some light on Mario's forthcoming outing, . Miyamoto points out that though Galaxy 2 will "be accessible to new gamers," he feels that more hardcore types will find great appeal in the upcoming game. Miyamoto also hopes that gamers who've played through will have become "better" by the time Galaxy 2 ships.

  • Turn Off Your Monitor By Pressing a Hotkey

    Premium-Inhalt. Monitors, including desktop and laptop LCDs, consume a considerable amount of power. Yet most of us leave ours on and running all day (if not all night).

  • Fallout 3 PS3 DLC delayed until 'end of September'

    Premium-Inhalt. Bethesda Softworks' Production Director Ashley Cheng has revealed that they are pushing back the release of downloadable content for the version of until the end of September.

  • Startup Hotbed Inferiority Complex

    Premium-Inhalt. I spent this week in the startup hotbeds of San Francisco and Seattle. Last night, I participated in a fun event called put together by leading Seattle entrepreneurs.

  • Mozilla upgrades Jetpack browser booster

    Premium-Inhalt. Jetpack, Mozilla Labs' open source technology for building functional add-ins to personalize the Firefox browser, has been fitted with more capabilities in an upgrade detailed over the weekend, including enhancements to the SlideBar information access capability.

  • A survivor's guide to family Mac upgrades

    Premium-Inhalt. While pacing the office floor, wracking my brain for something to fill this space, I found this note slipped under the door:

  • Microsoft's Mundie describes computing shift

    Premium-Inhalt. In the future, computers will do more work automatically for people, rather than reacting to human input, Microsoft's head of research and strategy said on Monday.

  • Report: Apple 'netbook' coming in October

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple will release a netbook this October that sells for about $800 and sports a 9.7-in. screen, a Taiwanese news site has reported.

  • EU group decides on SAML for identity project

    Premium-Inhalt. A group co-funded by the European Union will use as the core protocol for an identity system designed to integrate member states, but the group is still investigating if can provide some future benefit.

  • 5 Facebook, Twitter Scams to Avoid

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  • Business customers can order Windows 7 on Sept. 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Business customers can start ordering Windows 7 beginning Sept. 7, slightly ahead of the general release of the OS the next month, Microsoft unveiled on Monday.

  • Capacity in the Cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. Jeff Kubacki, CIO at Kroll Inc., set a goal for the risk management consulting firm Kroll Inc. to reduce its storage costs by 25% over the next three years. With some 13 petabytes of stored data to date, Kubacki plans to attack the problem with a mix of tiered storage, business process changes and newer options -- including cloud storage.

  • Confidence in the Cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. Liz Devereux knows a thing or two about cloud storage. As director of IT storage and digital imaging at Banner Health, Devereux oversaw the construction of an internal 150TB storage grid. The grid delivers storage as a service to the Phoenix-based health care provider's network of hospitals and health care facilities in seven states, which use it as a repository for radiological images. But she would never .

  • Consumers in the Cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. John Chunta had spent four and a half years writing his doctoral dissertation when, two weeks before its expected completion, his laptop's hard drive crashed and he lost the 200-page document.

  • Cash in the Cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. Next time your local hot spot advertises live music, or your favorite DJ spins a new tune on the radio, it's likely that their contracts to license those songs will be stored in the cloud. That's because last year, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, which has been licensing artists' and publishers' rights since 1914, moved 91GB of scanned images of signed paperwork into Amazon.com Inc.'s cloud-based Simple Storage Service (S3).

  • Cloud Storage Illuminated

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud storage may be creating a stir these days, but big enterprise users aren't buying in -- at least not yet.

  • Calculating Hidden Storage Costs

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud storage is priced like a utility. Over and over again, virtually all vendors repeat the same mantra: "Customers pay only for what they use." Pricing for public cloud storage ranges between 12 and 25 cents per gigabyte per month.

  • Cloud Storage to the Rescue?

    Premium-Inhalt. Most organizations are being -- or, more accurately, with the storage required to house and protect the many redundant copies of data that continue to be generated unabatedly.

  • What It Takes to Be Among the 'Best'

    Premium-Inhalt. I did a quick analysis comparing the 2003 vs. 2009 rankings of [June 8/June 15]. Here's what I found:

  • Google's Unified Tools Pose a Threat to Cisco

    Premium-Inhalt. Officials at Cisco Systems Inc. say they are closely watching Google Inc.'s aggressive foray onto their turf and plan to respond quickly by boosting the capabilities of Cisco's offerings.

  • Google Set to Wage OS War With Microsoft

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Inc.'s entry into the operating system business poses the strongest in years to the dominance of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows software, according to analysts.

  • Google Peels Beta Label Off Most Online Apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Inc. last week of several key Google Apps services, including Gmail, Calendar, Talk and Docs.

  • Researcher Says IE Bug Could Spread Quickly

    Premium-Inhalt. A critical ActiveX vulnerability used by hackers to exploit Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer browser is a prime candidate for another , security experts said.

  • Microsoft Opening Mall-Size Data Center Near Chicago

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Corp. next week plans to flip the switch to open a 700,000-square-foot data center in Northlake, Ill., less than three weeks after opening a 300,000-square-foot facility in Dublin.

  • EMC Wins Data Domain, Bests NetApp With $2.1B Bid

    Premium-Inhalt. EMC Corp. on July 8 finally won its battle to acquire data de-duplication vendor Data Domain Inc., agreeing to pay $2.1 billion in cash.

  • Global Dispatches

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  • Teo launches unified communications system to integrate with Microsoft Exchange

    Premium-Inhalt. Teo will launch a new unified communications system that integrates with Microsoft Exchange late this year, the company announced today at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans.

  • HP to form new group for managed print services

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard is stepping up its efforts in the area of managed print services. The company plans to form a new group dedicated to this area, and is also launching a program that it says will help guarantee savings for customers who sign up for the services.

  • Flextronics opens laptop design center in Taiwan

    Premium-Inhalt. Contract manufacturer Flextronics opened a research and design center for laptop computers in Taiwan, aiming to tap into the island's pool of engineering talent.

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