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  • EU will Buch-Digitalisierung vorantreiben

    Kommission

    Mit neuen Regeln zum Urheberrecht will die EU-Kommission in Zukunft die Digitalisierung von Büchern in Europa vorantreiben. …mehr

  • Lenovo stellt ultraschlanken All-in-One-PC vor

    IFA

    Lenovo hat auf der IFA in Berlin eine Produktoffensive im Bereich Multimedia - Home Entertainment gestartet. …mehr

  • Der Konsument treibt die digitale Revolution

    IFA

    Die Deutsche Telekom setzt in ihrer Zukunftsstrategie voll auf vernetztes Leben und Arbeiten. …mehr

  • "Scribbos" verspricht sichere Datenübertragung

    Stonebranch-Lösung

    Der Managed File Transfer-Spezialist Stonebranch hat eine Lösung für sichere Online-Kommunikation vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Cloud Computing erreicht kritische Masse

    F5-Studie

    Cloud Computing setzt sich mehr und mehr durch. Nach einer Studie des Netzspezialisten F5 haben über 80 Prozent aller Großunternehmen Cloud Computing bereits getestet. Wirrwarr besteht immer noch hinsichtlich der Begriffsdefinition. …mehr

  • iPhone-Client für Microsoft OCS erschienen

    Unified Communications

    Unter dem Namen "iDialog" bietet die IT-Beratungsfirma Modality Systems im iTunes App Store einen iPhone-Client für den "Office Communications Server 2007" (OCS) von Microsoft an. …mehr

  • Mainframe-Migration spart 72 Prozent der Betriebskosten

    Ablösung der BS/2000-Welt

    Die Soka-Bau in Wiesbaden hat ihr BS2000-Umfeld komplett abgelöst und durch Unix-Systeme ersetzt. Die Einsparungen waren bemerkenswert. …mehr

  • Google überarbeitet Android Market

    Schöner und übersichtlicher

    Die neue Download-Plattform von Google soll mit Donut, der Betriebssystem-Version 1.6 auf die Android-Handys kommen. …mehr

  • Firmen lagern immer komplexere Prozesse aus

    BPO

    Das Geschäftsprozess-Outsourcing beschränkt sich nicht mehr nur auf Lohn- und Gehaltsabrechnungen. …mehr

  • Colt liefert 40-Mbit-Bandbreite über Kupferkabel

    Mittelstandsofferte

    Colt Telecom stellt in zwölf europäischen Ländern sein Service-Portfolio mit Zugangsbandbreiten von bis zu 40 Mbit/s zur Verfügung - und zwar über Standard-Telefonleitungen. Dieses Angebot ist Teil der Strategie, mittelständischen Unternehmen in Europa hohe Bandbreiten für geschäftliche High-Speed-Anwendungen zu bieten. …mehr

  • OLAP mit Comics erklärt

    Business Intelligence Video von John Paredes

    Wer sagt, dass Datenanalyse dröge sein muss? Ein witziges Video zum Thema OLAP hat der Autor des Buches "Multidimensional Data Modeling Toolkit: Making your Business Intelligence Applications Smart with Oracle OLAP" auf YouTube veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • Avnet schult kostenlos in Storage-Wissen

    Speicherlösungen von HP

    Avnet Technology Solutions erweitert zusammen mit Hewlett Packard sein Schulungsangebot. Der Distributor veranstaltet speziell für Einsteiger im HP Storage-Umfeld vom 21. September bis 1. Oktober eine Roadshow in sechs Städten Deutschlands. …mehr

  • Nüvifone kommt nicht nach Deutschland

    Geringe Erfolgsaussichten

    Der Navigationsspezialist Garmin hat bestätigt, dass die Nüvifones M20 und G60 nicht nach Deutschland kommen werden.  …mehr

  • OfficeMaster von Ferrari unterstützt Microsoft Essential Business Server

    Unified Communications

    Die Unified-Communications-Lösung "OfficeMaster für Exchange" und das Gateway "OfficeMaster Gate" von Ferrari Electronics unterstützen jetzt auch den "Essential Business Server 2008" von Microsoft, der für Unternehmen bis 500 Mitarbeiter konzipiert ist. …mehr

  • Vodafone Deutschland bietet mobilen WLAN-Hotspot MiFi an

    Ein Euro bei "Flatrate"-Tarif

    Als erster Mobilfunk-Carrier in Deutschland nimmt Vodafone den MiFi 2352 von Novatel Wireless ins Programm auf. …mehr

  • C64 erobert das iPhone

    Retro-Feeling

    Das amerikanisch-skandinavische iPhone-Softwareentwicklerhaus Manomio und der dänische Mobile-Games-Publisher Kiloo haben eine Applikation veröffentlicht, die den Charme des Computer-Klassikers C64 auf das iPhone bringt. …mehr

  • T-Systems mit neuem Geschäftsmodell

    Verbrauchsabhängige Tarife

    Die Telekom-Tochter T-Systems bietet ihren Großkunden erstmals Dienstleistungen mit verbrauchsabhängigen Tarifstrukturen. …mehr

  • N97 erhält Firmware-Update

    Kinetic Scrolling und mehr Speicher

    Die für Oktober angekündigte Firmware 2.0 behebt zahlreiche Stabilitätsprobleme und führt Kinetic-Scrolling auch auf dem N97 ein.  …mehr

  • EU-Expertentreffen zu "Google Books"

    Urheberrecht

    In einem Austausch mit Experten will sich die EU-Kommission mit den Folgen der von Google betriebenen Digitalisierung urheberrechtlich geschützter Bücher auf Europa befassen. …mehr

  • Abu Dhabi wirbelt Halbleiter-Branche durcheinander

    Kauf von Chartered

    Das Emirat Abu Dhabi treibt die weltweite Konsolidierung der Halbleiter-Branche weiter voran. …mehr

  • Freiberufler senken ihre Honorarwünsche

    Preisdruck auf breiter Front

    Auf durchschnittlich 70 Euro in der Stunde taxieren IT-Selbständige ihre Arbeitsleistung. …mehr

  • Vodafone und Telefonica bieten für britische T-Mobile

    4 Mrd. Euro

    Die Mobilfunkriesen Vodafone Group und O2 haben für die britische Telekom-Tochter T-Mobile einem Zeitungsbericht zufolge Gebote über jeweils 3,5 Milliarden Pfund (umgerechnet vier Milliarden Euro) vorgelegt. …mehr

  • Die beliebtesten Systemhäuser im Test

    Exklusive Analyse

    Wie gut sind Deutschlands Systemhäuser in wichtigen IT-Kategorien wie PC, Server, Storage, Security oder Netzwerke? …mehr

  • Mittelstand erwartet gute Geschäfte

    Aufschwung sichert Jobs

    Das Geschäftsklima im Mittelstand hat sich im August weiter verbessert. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt das Mittelstandsbarometer der KfW Bankengruppe und des ifo Instituts. Die Betriebe sehen jetzt positiver in die Zukunft und wollen weniger Arbeitsplätze abbauen. …mehr

  • Parachute Panic for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. I'm a sucker for simple games that are quick to learn but challenging enough to keep you occupied for hours on end. Such is the case with by .

  • Spotify iPhone App Approved: Apple Relaxing Rules?

    Premium-Inhalt. Monday appears to mark an important Apple App Store milestone with the introduction of a European digital music service app called Spotify Mobile that competes squarely with iTunes. In the past Apple has barred programs from its App Store it viewed as offering features that duplicate functionality already available on the iPhone such .

  • Asus 'Eee Reader' to Join E-Reader Fray, says Report

    Premium-Inhalt. Computer maker Asus may be getting ready to launch an e-reader that would mimic the traditional book, be in full color and come loaded with a variety of innovative features. Jerry Shen, Asus' president, reportedly confirmed to London's Times newspaper that Asus is planning on . The device is being dubbed the Eee Reader, named after Asus' line of moderately priced laptop and desktop computers the Eee PC and Eee Box.

  • Why the Slow Boots?

    Premium-Inhalt. Cary Dwyer's PC used to boot quickly. Not anymore.

  • Firefox 4.0 To Arrive Late 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla recently released a with a number of new details on what the foundation is hoping to release between now and the end of 2010, including information on when to expect the next major iteration of .

  • Online backup services

    Premium-Inhalt. Backups work best when you have multiple copies, at least one of which is both current and offsite. OS X's Time Machine feature plus high-capacity, low-cost hard drives make it possible to back up regularly and to rotate drives through backup sets and store a full backup somewhere away from the data that's on it.

  • Kodak Zi8

    Premium-Inhalt. Browse through the many pocket camcorder and you learn that these camcorders are limited in significant ways--no image stabilization, no exposure or white balance controls, no optical zoom, no support for using external microphones, and no support for 1080p high-definition video. Kodak hasn't addressed all these limitations with the , but it does take a shot at some of the most significant--specifically, image stabilization, 1080p shooting, and support for external microphones. Regrettably, none works in stellar fashion or makes up for a camera that's a fairly average performer.

  • 'Generation Y-pay?' refuses to pay for downloads

    Premium-Inhalt. Less than one in two 16 to 34 years olds believe they should pay to download TV and movies from the web, says .

  • David Spiller shows type-based art

    Premium-Inhalt. Artist David Spiller shows what you can do with a little graphic design training, displaying a series of bold, graphic canvases with an emphasis on in his at the in London, opening this Wednesday.

  • 25% of all fraudulent online purchases made in County Durham

    Premium-Inhalt. Nearly a quarter of all internet purchases made using a stolen credit cards last year took place in Shildon in Country Durham, says .

  • Spotify app made available for iPhone and Android

    Premium-Inhalt. apps for the and handsets running have been made publicly available today.

  • RailCorp seeks more passenger IT equipment

    Premium-Inhalt. RailCorp is looking for suppliers of computer and network equipment for station passenger information projects within the CityRail train network.

  • Online travel takes off with EV SSL security

    Premium-Inhalt. The image of organised crime rings running rampant across the Internet, creating legitimate-looking Web sites to lure cash from unsuspecting consumers, has many would-be customers scurrying back to the relative safety of the retail store environment.

  • E-mail Campaign Services Can Save Costs

    Premium-Inhalt. You could spend a lot of time creating e-mail newsletters and promotions, only to take even longer trying to manage lists and send everything out. Forget trying to send to Outlook groups; spend a little extra, and go with an e-mail campaign service. You'll make up the difference in your labor costs and valuable tracking results that can hone your next mailing.

  • TuneRanger Tries to Sync iTunes Libraries

    Premium-Inhalt. What a great idea: an app that synchronizes disparate iTunes libraries on multiple computers in a network. It sounds awesome. Imagine, having all your computers with identical iTunes libraries containing the best of all possible worlds. Unfortunately, ($30, buy-only) doesn't perform adequately, and is thus kept out of contention.

  • Fast, Universal Broadband: Dirty Secret about the Roadblock

    Premium-Inhalt. Where's the fastest broadband service? The Federal Communications Commission's effort to expand availability of high-speed Internet access throughout the U.S. offers a clue as to where -- and why -- the best services exist.

  • Report: DT and France Telecom to form mobile venture in U.K.

    Premium-Inhalt. Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom plan to fuse their U.K. operations and create the country's largest mobile phone company, reported on Monday.

  • Free Online Invoicing Tool Boosts Productivity

    Premium-Inhalt. Invoice management is crucial for any business. But especially if you're just starting out, you might be tempted to save a few dollars on an invoicing application by submitting bills as Word docs or other text files. Don't waste your time trying to invent your own payment system. A free, server-based tool could be all you need.

  • The Macalope Weekly: Good kitty, bad kitty

    Premium-Inhalt. It's Snow Leopard launch plus seven days, so what's the final word? As with most things, it depends on who you ask, so the Macalope cooks up a batch of anecdote soup. But hold the Flash, because, waiter, there's a bug in mine. (Don't talk so loud, everyone will want one!) And MMS is coming, but is it too late to save this relationship?

  • Why MobileMe is really worth it

    Premium-Inhalt. I’m sure you have that favorite band, TV show, or movie that you absolutely adore and desperately pray to every God listening that you never have to defend in public.

  • Mobile cloud subscribers to number 1 billion by 2014

    Premium-Inhalt. The number of mobile cloud computing subscribers worldwide will grow rapidly over the next five years, rising from 42.8 million subscribers in 2008, (approximately 1.1% of all mobile subscribers) to just over 998 million in 2014 (nearly 19%).

  • Study predicts inhouse data centre capacity decline

    Premium-Inhalt. New research has found that companies are expecting their in-house data centre capacity to decrease going forward, despite most organisations moving their client server-based applications into the cloud.

  • Master Your Own Internet Domain

    Premium-Inhalt. Seinfeld episodes notwithstanding, buying a domain name may be easy, but managing the domain and making smart technology decisions is another story. Let's take a look at the steps and decisions involved in setting up Web and e-mail hosting accounts for your a domain.

  • GBurner Offers Little Beyond Free Burners

    Premium-Inhalt. It seems that every time I look around, another capable but unspectacular optical burning and imaging program such as ($30, 30-day free trial) pops up. Most often, as in this case, I'll find out about it when someone complains that yet another proprietary image format (single-file replicas of a CD or DVD) has appeared online. Usually, the excuse for the new format is that it's compressed--which generally leads to about a 5% savings in space at the expense of the interoperability that good ole' ISO brings to the table. If one were paranoid, one might suspect that these proprietary formats were being created just to sell the author's program.

  • ImagePro for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. by is a simple app designed to do just one thing--provide a quick and easy way to search Google Images on your iPhone or iPod touch. Of course, you could just use the iPhone's built-in Safari browser for this, but ImagePro's clean interface and great features make the task a lot easier.

  • Get to Your Files, Folders Faster With MenuApp

    Premium-Inhalt. makes it a little faster to get to your frequently used files and programs by quickly displaying them in a small pop-up menu. This small, free utility doesn't require any installation and can be unzipped anywhere you like. Double-clicking the MenuApp executable will pop-up a menu listing all the files and sub-folders in the same directory, and selecting any listed file or program will open or run it. The pop-up menu looks just like what you'll see if you've set up your Start menu to display your Documents or Control Panel folder as a menu instead of a link.

  • Backblaze gives away its 67TB ‘storage pod’ design

    Premium-Inhalt. Online backup vendor (reviewed ) has offered an unprecedented peek behind the curtain at their data storage facility by open-sourcing the design specification for its own, custom, massive storage system. With the information in hand, Backblaze says it's possible to build a 67 terabyte rack-mounted storage server for less than $7,000

  • PS3 Slim Sales Trounce Xbox 360, Wii 3-to-1

    Premium-Inhalt. Not one week into its UK sales debut, is already enjoying massive sales, up nearly 1000 percent over the prior week. The UK and Denmark market-researcher Chart-Track, which reported that figure, "the sales increase is very impressive," adding that the PS3 outsold the Xbox 360 as well as both the Wii and DS Lite by a striking three-to-one ratio.

  • European banks warned: brace for rise in cash machine fraud

    Premium-Inhalt. Banks are likely to see cash-machine fraud rise unless steps are taken to improve their cash-machine infrastructure, the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) has warned.

  • Google tries to assuage EU doubters of its US Books deal

    Premium-Inhalt. As the European Union examines a U.S. deal between Google and publishers, the company made concessions on Monday designed to address concerns its book digitization project has raised in Europe.

  • Lady Gaga storms IFA with new headphones

    Premium-Inhalt. International music star Lady Gaga brought some glamor to the IFA electronics fair in Berlin on Monday when she launched a new series of headphones developed with Monster Cable.

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