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  • Intel bringt Desktop-CPUs ohne VT-d, Tool gegen Platzverschwendung, VMware-Ergebnisse

    Virtualisierungs-Ticker

    Intels neue Nehalem-Chips mit Fallstricken für das Konzept des "Employee Owned PC", Tools zur Optimierung von VMware-Installationen und die Geschäftsergebnisse der zwei führenden Virtualisierungsanbieter. …mehr

  • Verizon will nach Gewinneinbruch Tausende Stellen streichen

    Festnetz schwach

    Der US-Telekomkonzern Verizon Communications will nach einem Gewinnrückgang im abgelaufenen Quartal Tausende Stellen streichen. …mehr

  • Erster Code für Android Donut veröffentlicht

    Wieder ohne Multitouch

    Die nächste Android-Version hört auf den schmackhaften Namen Donut, erste Code-Teile mit interessanten Details davon wurden jetzt veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Bill Gates will keine Freunde mehr in Facebook

    Nase voll

    Bill Gates, Gründer von Microsoft und jahrelang dessen Chef, hat genug von Facebook: Jetzt hat er seinen Account beim sozialen Netzwerk gelöscht. …mehr

  • Testen Sie, wie effizient Ihr SAP-System arbeitet

    ERP-Benchmark

    Die COMPUTERWOCHE bietet SAP-Anwendern die Möglichkeit, ihre Systemumgebung online untersuchen zu lassen. Partner ist der auf Wirtschaftlichkeitsanalysen spezialisierten IT-Dienstleister West Trax. …mehr

  • Suchen Yahoo!-Nutzer bald mit Bing?

    "AdAge"

    Die IT-Konzerne Yahoo! und Microsoft stehen laut einem Bericht kurz vor einer Einigung über eine enge Kooperation bei der Internet-Suche. …mehr

  • Apple will Musikalben interaktiver machen

    "FT"

    Der Elektronik-Hersteller Apple will laut einem Medienbericht den Online-Verkauf von Musikalben mit interaktiven Zusatzangeboten ankurbeln. …mehr

  • Markt fällt auf Niveau von 2007

    Outsourcing

    Vor allem die Nachfrage nach Geschäftsprozess-Services ist 2009 in Emea drastisch zurückgegangen.  …mehr

  • Microsoft gibt gegenüber der EU-Kommission klein bei

    Browser-Streit

    Der Softwarekonzern Microsoft beugt sich im Streit um die Bündelung des PC-Betriebssystems Windows mit seinem Internet-Browser dem Druck der EU-Kommission. …mehr

  • Details des Deals noch nicht bekannt

    Oracle kauft GoldenGate Software

    Datenbank- und Softwarespezialist Oracle will GoldenGate Software übernehmen. Das US-Unternehmen aus San Francisco stellt eine Plattform zur Integration von Echtzeitdaten her. …mehr

  • Ericsson und Vodafone testen Breitband per Funk

    DSL-Alternative

    Um ländliche Gebiete ohne DSL-Versorgung einen breitbandigen Internet-Zugang zu ermöglichen, testen Ericsson und Vodafone die Internet-Anbindung per Funk in zwei Pilotprojekten.  …mehr

  • Neue Google Maps für iPhone, Symbian und Windows Mobile

    Layer und Latitude

    Google hat neue Versionen seiner Kartensoftware Google Maps für das iPhone, Symbian und Windows Mobile veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Drei chinesische Android-Handys für Europa

    Von Beyond Radio, Huawei und Haier

    Noch in diesem Jahr wollen die Firmen Beyond Radio Technology, Huawei und Haier eigene Entwicklungen mit dem Open Source-Betriebssystem auf den europäischen Markt bringen.  …mehr

  • Wo der Staat Investitionen finanziert

    Ratgeber Förderprogramme

    Die Bundesregierung fördert Firmen in schwachen Wirtschaftsregionen und hilft mit Krediten durch die Krise.  …mehr

  • TeamViewer für die Fernwartung

    Kleine Helfer

    Das kostenlose Programm dient der Remote-Steuerung von Servern und PCs. …mehr

  • Ericsson kauft Nortels Mobilfunksparten

    Für 1,13 Milliarden Dollar

    Der schwedische Mobilfunk-Ausrüster Ericsson hat sich im Bieterwettbewerb um das LTE- und CDMA-Geschäft des insolventen kanadischen Ausrüsters Nortel Networks erfolgreich gegen Nokia Siemens und andere durchgesetzt.  …mehr

  • Keine Eile nötig

    E-Mail Antwort

    Kunden haben bei einer E-Mail hohe Erwartungen an die formale und inhaltliche Qualität der Unternehmensantwort. Sie erwarten, dass die gleichen Höflichkeits- und Rechtschreibregeln gelten wie im papierhaften Schriftverkehr. Dafür darf die Antwort aus dem Unternehmen ruhig eine Woche dauern wie eine aktuelle Studie des (ECC Handel) zeigt. …mehr

  • Neulich … vor der Chefsitzung

    Blackberry-Probleme

    Der Blackberry ist des Managers liebstes Spielzeug. Wehe, wenn es einmal mit dem Versenden der Nachrichten nicht klappt. …mehr

  • Dashboard klärt Krebspatienten auf

    Data Mining im Kampf gegen Krebs

    Das Deutsche Krebsforschungszentrum in Heidelberg sucht mithilfe der Enterprise-Analytics-Plattform "Spotfire" nach Genen und Erregern, die Krebs auslösen können. Die Online-Plattform Cancer Roadmaps entwickelt interaktive Dashboards, die Krebspatienten helfen sollen, ihre Krankheit und deren Verlauf besser zu verstehen. Data Mining hilft überall da, wo viele Daten anfallen. Auch im Kampf gegen Krebs. …mehr

  • Redesign schafft Schutz vor Ausfällen im Core-Bereich

    Anwenderbericht Ravensburger AG

    Der Spielehersteller Ravensburger konnte mit einem neuen Netzdesign die Ausfallsicherheit deutlich erhöhen. …mehr

  • Microsoft rushes clutch patch for 'deep' bug in Windows, third-party apps

    Premium-Inhalt. The emergency patches Microsoft plans to will fix a flaw that runs through several critical components of Windows and an unknown number of third-party applications, according to a pair of security researchers.

  • Driving Nissan's new electric car prototype

    Premium-Inhalt. Nissan on Monday previewed its upcoming electric vehicle (EV) on Monday with the unveiling of its latest prototype and a new EV platform.

  • What Will Apple’s Big Tablet Cost?

    Premium-Inhalt. If doesn't introduce a soon, we'll all be sorely disappointed. With all the ongoing speculation about the alleged -on-steroids, I feel like the device is already here.

  • Handwriting recognition for Mac comes to Pulse Smartpen

    Premium-Inhalt. The pen may be mightier than the sword, but if it lacks the capabilities available to users on other platforms, it's of limited use on the Mac side.

  • Google sells AOL stake at $717 million loss

    Premium-Inhalt. Google sold its stake in AOL at a US$717 million loss, according to a regulatory filing made on Monday.

  • Halo and Avatar headline Comic-Con '09 game news

    Premium-Inhalt. Although it wasn't the most exciting Comic-Con in terms of game news, there was still plenty to talk about by the end of its run. Most notably, two related stories emerged that were a little disheartening, as was revealed to be Bungie's last Halo game and Peter Jackson announced that was "no longer happening." But, amongst the sad news, if shooting aliens on other worlds is your kind of thing, looks like it could be a big hit, if not downright revolutionary due to the .

  • Verizon adds hotspots to consumer broadband

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Communications offered most of its wired broadband customers free access to Wi-Fi hotspots around the U.S. on Monday, supplementing its wireline offerings on the same day it announced a 5.2 percent drop in revenue from that business.

  • AT&T and 4chan Fuss Gets Ugly, Then Despicable

    Premium-Inhalt. When goliath AT&T went with a tiny site called 4chan.org, perhaps AT&T didn't realize what it's like to start a fight online. Things have gone from bad to worse to downright despicable ever since AT&T, in a move it said was meant to protect one of its customers from a Web-based attack, blocked access to the 4chan site. Here is what happened.

  • Microsoft's FAST search to mate with social networking

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprise-level search coming out of Microsoft's takeover of Norwegian company FAST last year will be mated with SharePoint in a number of ways, says Steve Letford, a technical solutions specialist at Microsoft New Zealand.

  • Find Out if That E-Mail is Really a Hoax

    Premium-Inhalt. Your cell phone number is about to be handed over to telemarketers.

  • Western Digital Drive Creates Dilemma for Laptop Buyers

    Premium-Inhalt. It's pretty much a given that solid state drives (s) are the future of PC storage, and that hard drives are on the way out. But if you're buying a laptop today, which option is best?

  • Apple's Digital Album Plan Sounds Familiar

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is working on a new plan to , according to a report taking the Web by storm this week. The story, published Monday , describes a deal involving Apple and four major record labels. It cites "people familiar with the situation" as having provided the information.

  • Save Time, Keystrokes, and Money With Texter

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're looking for a quick, simple way to boost your productivity, give the free a try. It automatically replaces any abbreviated text with a longer phrase of your choosing--for example, replacing "twmc" with "To Whom It May Concern." It's not an earth-shattering application, but it will be welcomed by anyone who is looking to save time and keystrokes.

  • Fujifilm FinePix F200 EXR

    Premium-Inhalt. The Fujifilm FinePix F200 EXR ($400 as of July 27, 2009) is an excellent pocket camera for relatively advanced photographers, either as a more-portable backup to a digital SLR camera or as a versatile primary . The basic specs are nice: You get a 5X optical zoom lens with wide-angle chops (28mm to 140mm), optical image stabilization, a bigger-than-most 12-megapixel sensor (1/1.6 inches), and ISO levels of up to 12800 at reduced resolution. But the biggest draw for photographers is the sensor itself.

  • Beta Watch: Shareflow, TweetPsych, FriendShopper

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  • SharePoint like a messy paintbox, conference told

    Premium-Inhalt. The first New Zealand SharePoint community conference, held earlier this month in Wellington, pointed to the popularity of the Microsoft platform with a large and participative audience in attendance.

  • Those with skills staying employed, survey shows

    Premium-Inhalt. Information technology is being less affected by the recession than many other employment sectors, because it is seen as a core business function.

  • Rollercoaster Rush games for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. puts you in the shoes of a roller coaster brakeman trying to balance your need for speed with a mandate to keep your passengers from careening off the track. The game is a fun way to the pass the time on the iPhone or iPod touch, but its sequel, , takes the fun to another dimension.

  • Low-tech Internet scams net big money

    Premium-Inhalt. Domino's Pizza lost about $77,000 in free pizza due to a on an online promotion that wasn't supposed to go live -- a type of security problem that is all too common, according to a presentation slated for the this week.

  • Verizon offers free Wi-Fi to consumer customers

    Premium-Inhalt. Free Wi-Fi hotspots in the U.S. are now available to nine million Verizon residential broadband customers using many of the carrier's more expensive DSL or FiOS internet services plans, .

  • 7 half-truths about virtualization

    Premium-Inhalt. is revolutionizing the data center, mostly for the better. But no technology is without potential pitfalls. Problems related to management, security, ROI and power use can all trip up a virtualization deployment that isn't planned properly.

  • Don't mean to bore you, but a yawn detector is in the works

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. and Indian researchers have joined forces to design a computer program that can detect when you’re yawning – a potentially life-saving invention for drivers and others on the road.

  • With Application Outsourcers, Fewer is More

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  • Microsoft rushes to fix IE kill-bit bypass attack

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has been forced to issue emergency patches for its Windows operating system after researchers discovered a way to bypass a critical security mechanism in the Internet Explorer browser.

  • Bill Gates Leaves Facebook, Says It's Too Much Hassle

    Premium-Inhalt. Being isn't easy. The founder recently revealed he had to manage over 10,000 friend requests during his time on the social networking site .

  • Microsoft in the mall? Retail store plans leak

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today confirmed that plans for its upcoming retail stores, which leaked to a popular gadget site, are legitimate. But it said that the design concepts are not necessarily the final word on what's coming.

  • Outsourcing: Telecoms Give Their Networks the Boot

    Premium-Inhalt. When Sprint Nextel announced its plans to outsource network services to Ericsson earlier this month, the statement was notable for a number of reasons. Most significantly, by signing the seven-year, $5 billion deal, Sprint became the first U.S. telecom provider to contract with a third party for network management. The move was an about-face for Sprint, which is known for its tight-fisted control of its networks.

  • 10 ways your voice and data can be spied on

    Premium-Inhalt. Attackers seeking to do harm or mischief to networks work with an ever expanding arsenal of that sometimes seem to be the stuff of spy fiction, but they are all too real.

  • U.S. Air Force foretells drone that can make attack decisions on its own

    Premium-Inhalt. By 2047 the says unmanned aircraft with blazing artificial intelligence systems could fly over a target and determine whether or not to unleash lethal weapons – human intervention.

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