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  • Überblick über die Corporate Events

    discuss & discover 2009

    Unter dem Dach der Corporate Events werden alle Arten von Firmenveranstaltungen auf der discuss & discover gebündelt. Dabei geht es um die Zukunft der Computer, IT-Recht und Complicane oder IT-Sicherheit.  …mehr

  • Samsung ML-1640 im Test

    Kompakter SW-Laserdrucker

    Der Schwarzweiß-Laserdrucker Samsung ML-1640 ist ein günstiger Drucker für den Arbeitsplatz. Die Druckqualität ist für einen Laser dieser Preisklasse erstaunlich gut.  …mehr

  • Opera-Browser wird zum Mediaplayer und Fileserver

    Unite-Beta

    Der norwegische Softwarehersteller Opera hat seine Serverplattform "Opera Unite" erstmals im eigenen Browser integriert. …mehr

  • App-Piraterie erreicht "sehr hohes Niveau"

    iPhone

    Die Piraterie von iPhone-Apps entwickelt sich zu einem zunehmenden Problem für Apple und sein Entwickler-Ökosystem. …mehr

  • RIM stellt Blackberry OS 5.0 vor

    Schneller und einfacher

    Das neue Betriebssystem Blackberry OS 5.0 soll schneller und einfacher zu bedienen sein. Außerdem hat RIM den Browser verbessert und die Businessfunktionen erweitert.  …mehr

  • Touch-PC für raue Umgebung feiert Premiere

    Kraftcom RugBoard 10A

    Kraftcom hat mit dem "RugBoard 10A" einen Touch-PC für Anwendungen fernab des Schreibtisches vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Fusionen setzen die IT unter Druck

    Mergers and Carve-outs

    Nach einem Firmenzusammenschluss oder auch der Herauslösung von Unternehmensteilen aus einem Konzernverbund steht die IT unter hohem Ergebnisdruck. Die Kernaufgaben müssen effektiv und effizient gelöst werden. …mehr

  • Die Preisträger 2009

    Best of IT-Solutions Award

    Gemeinsam mit Intel haben COMPUTERWOCHE und CIO Unternehmen gekürt, für die Green IT mehr als nur ein Schlagwort ist. …mehr

  • Ein Webshop macht noch kein E-Commerce

    discuss & discover

    Ein eigener Shop mag zwar das Frontend für E-Commerce-Aktivitäten sein, genauso wichtig ist aber, was im Hintergrund passiert.  …mehr

  • VPN-Gateway für Linux

    Made in Germany

    Die Nürnberger NCP engineering GmbH hat eine neue Version ihres hybriden VPN-Gateway entwickelt. …mehr

  • Nokia hofft auf das Weihnachtsgeschäft

    Rote Zahlen wegen NSN

    Nach einem überraschenden Verlust im dritten Quartal setzt der Handyhersteller Nokia seine Hoffnungen auf das Weihnachtsgeschäft. …mehr

  • Neue Messe, neues Glück?

    IT & Business

    Die Fachmesse "IT & Business" startete mit wenig ambitionierten Zielen. …mehr

  • Besser virtualisieren

    Oracles neue VM-Software

    Oracles neue Software zur Server-Virtualisierung VM 2.2 unterstützt unter anderem Green-Computing-Funktionen. Rechenzentren sollen sich damit effizienter und nachhaltiger betreiben lassen. …mehr

  • Neue ERP-Suite von Oracle soll 2010 erscheinen

    Fusion Applications

    SAP-Konkurrent Oracle nennt Details zu den geplanten Fusion Applications. Die Suite soll ERP-Module sowie Business-Intelligence-Funktionen beinhalten und auch als SaaS angeboten werden. …mehr

  • Windows 7 stärkt Microsofts Vormachtstellung

    Noch eine Woche bis zum Start

    Der Kampf gegen die Konkurrenz ist für Microsoft-Chef Steve Ballmer nicht nur eine Frage der Profession. …mehr

  • Steigende Nachfrage nach SAP-Consultants

    Strategieberatung

    Viele Anwender brauchen eine Beratung, die über die Begleitung bei der SAP-Implementierung hinausgeht. …mehr

  • RIM und Vodafone stellen Blackberry Storm 2 vor

    Touchscreen-Blackberry, die Zweite

    Das zweite Touchscreen-Smartphone von RIM wird wie der Vorgänger in Deutschland exklusiv von Vodafone verkauft. Einen genauen Starttermin nannten weder der Hersteller noch der Netzbetreiber.  …mehr

  • E-Book-Reader - die neue Vielfalt

    Frankfurter Buchmesse

    Auch wenn die Leser bislang lieber zu bedrucktem Papier greifen: Die Verlagsbranche setzt auf E-Books. …mehr

  • Procurement-Outsourcing ist ein Wachstumsmarkt

    BPO

    Analysten zufolge wird das Geschäft mit externen Procurement-Services noch in diesem Jahr anziehen. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2009 - Hildegard Freund, Personalberaterin

    Wissen, wie das Unternehmen tickt

    Vom 15. bis 28. Oktober 2009 beantwortet die Münchner Personalberaterin Hildegard Freund Fragen zu den aktuellen Perspektiven vor allem für IT-Experten im Produktionsumfeld. …mehr

  • Acer bringt Android-Smartphone mit Snapdragon-CPU

    Acer Liquid A1

    Acer hat jetzt sein erstes Android-Handy Liquid A1 angekündigt. Das Smartphone protzt mit Superlativen. Zum ersten Mal wird ein Android-System von einem Snapdragon-Chipsatz auf 1 Gigahertz Taktrakte beschleunigt. …mehr

  • Apple veröffentlicht "Leistungs-Update" für Nvidia-Macs

    Behebt Festplattenprobleme

    Apple hat das "Leistungs-Update 1.0" für Macintosh-Rechner mit Nvidia-Chipsatz "GeForce 9400M" veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • SAP-Kunden in der Schweiz sind sauer

    ERP-Wartung steigt

    SAP hat die Nutzer in der Schweiz über die Erhöhung ihrer Wartungsgebühren informiert. Was die Kunden erzürnt: Eine Anhebung sollte eigentlich an die Ergebnisse des "Sugen KPI" gekoppelt sein. …mehr

  • Fünf gute Gründe, das CRM zu mieten

    SaaS im Kundenmanagement

    Der CRM-Markt verbucht anders als die meisten IT-Bereiche steigende Umsatzzahlen. SaaS-Lösungen geben dem Markt dabei die stärksten Impulse. Zu Recht, meint das Beratungshaus Ec4U und nennt fünf ausschlaggebende Gründe für das CRM-Mietmodell. …mehr

  • PC-Markt legt im dritten Quartal überraschend zu

    Gartner

    Positive Überraschung vom PC-Markt: Der Computer-Absatz hat im dritten Quartal unerwartet zugelegt. …mehr

  • Aliens vs Predator multiplayer demo at MLG event Nov 6-8

    Premium-Inhalt. We've had a few to play over the past few months, and we've sensed the game is going to be a pretty fun gore-fest. Southern California gamers will get the chance to corroborate our excitement, because Sega is debuting a public multiplayer demo at the Major League Gaming Anahiem Spectator Experience, which takes place at the Anaheim Convention Center from November 6-8! You can find the official announcement on , and more information about the event on .

  • Apple allows in-app purchasing for free App Store apps

    Premium-Inhalt. According to , Apple has changed the rules regarding in-app purchases for App Store developers. Previously, in-app purchases were restricted to paid apps. If the reports are correct, developers of free applications can now also take advantage of in-app purchases. This is a welcome change, not just for developers, but for consumers as well.

  • Missing dot drops Sweden off the Internet

    Premium-Inhalt. What was essentially a typo last week resulted in the temporary disappearance from the Internet of almost a million Web sites in Sweden -- every address with a .se top-level down name.

  • How to royally foul-up an IT outsourcing project

    Premium-Inhalt. Virginia’s IT operations to Northrop Grumman was supposed to put the state’s network beyond politics, but the effort has in almost every respect.

  • Mac News: Business Card Composer 5 adds map integration

    Premium-Inhalt. Business Card Composer now features Google Maps integration, as BeLight Software released a new version of its business card creation and printing application. In addition, Business Card Composer 5 features 210 re-designed business card templates as well as 140 new templates in its Retail edition.

  • Google grows revenue, profit in Q3

    Premium-Inhalt. Google grew both its revenue and profit in the third quarter, which ended Sept. 30, registering results its CEO called "strong" and that exceeded Wall Street expectations.

  • Mail Act-On developer snaps up MiniMail plug-in

    Premium-Inhalt. Is e-mail really a clunky medium past its prime, as the ? InDev Software is betting the venerable method of electronic communication is not quite passé yet. The Montreal-based developer has , a popular Apple Mail plug-in developed by Olive Toast Software.

  • Get Started With Windows 7 XP Mode

    Premium-Inhalt. With the release of Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate editions, Microsoft is including a little gift called XP Mode. XP Mode is a virtual machine running Windows XP. I call it a gift since to similarly equip Vista would have incurred the additional cost of a license for XP. Microsoft gives us XP mode as a means to having a fully modern computing environment without having to sacrifice legacy support.

  • A Rogue Demands A Ransom

    Premium-Inhalt. Rogue antivirus pushers have made by tricking people into paying for worthless software, but the ever-greedy scammers have added a new evil trick.

  • Sidekick Users Get Their Data Back, But Lawsuits Loom

    Premium-Inhalt. Although Microsoft has now promised that all users will be getting their back again, the furor felt over the past few days could show lasting impact.

  • Do Shoppers Want Amazon's Same-Day Delivery?

    Premium-Inhalt. has launched a same-day delivery service in seven U.S. cities, a potential boon to last-minute shoppers who absolutely, positively need that package delivered the very day they buy it.

  • IBM boosts earnings estimate, but revenue drops

    Premium-Inhalt. Citing improved profit margins and a stabilizing IT spending environment, IBM revised its 2009 earnings estimates upward Thursday, even as the company's revenue dropped.

  • Merchant silicon means low TCO

    Premium-Inhalt. Now more than ever enterprises need to reap the largest possible returns on their network infrastructure investments, and while competitive pricing is an important up-front consideration, total cost of ownership is even more critical.

  • Firing up those femtocells

    Premium-Inhalt. The folks over at the , in conjunction with the European telecommunications standards institute, recently announced a "plugfest" for March 2010. The plugfest will serve as a forum to for interoperability tests among network gateways, security gateways, femtocell access points and chipsets.

  • Phishing attacks with Zeus Trojan targeting Outlook Webmail shops

    Premium-Inhalt. Targeted aimed at getting Outlook Web Access users within enterprise organizations to download a Trojan designed to steal financial and account information is spreading fast.

  • NASA network security torched

    Premium-Inhalt. While may be on keeping its manned space flight plans intact, apparently it has seriously neglected the security of its networks.

  • 802.11n price wars already underway

    Premium-Inhalt. The ink is barely dry on the final and already vendors are slashing their equipment prices to encourage wide-scale enterprise deployments.

  • Next 360 and DS reportedly find hardware partners

    Premium-Inhalt. This console generation has been going on for quite some time. The is almost five years old, while the is almost finishing its fourth year of existence. Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony have done an admirable job making their systems seem fresh with hardware redesigns and user-interface improvements via firmware, but it seems like the next consoles are finally in the works, if recent reports are to be believed. Rumors have sprouted today about the successors to the Nintendo DS and Xbox 360, with Nvidia and AMD being named as the potential hardware providers, respectively.

  • Nintendo, Capcom sue to stop DS piracy in Japan

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo has joined forces with 54 other companies like Tecmo and Square Enix to file suit against four retailers accused of distributing of the R4 Revolution flash cart, a common tool for running illegal software on the Nintendo DS.

  • Left 4 Dead 2 demo: 10/27 for pre-orders, 11/3 for the public

    Premium-Inhalt. Valve dropped a press release this morning confirming the release date for the anticipated Left 4 Dead 2 demo as November 10th.

  • Sony announces 250GB PS3 Slim out 11/3 for $349

    Premium-Inhalt. Sony recently announced another product in the PS3 "Slim" line, a beefier version with a 250GB hard drive identical to the models announced in the Japanese, Australian and European markets. The second PS3 Slim is confirmed for release in North American markets November 3rd at $349.

  • Is a ban on social networking in hospitals healthy?

    Premium-Inhalt. Paul Levy, the president and CEO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, has a message for hospitals considering blocking access to social networking sites: Don't. In a blog post and email to The Industry Standard on Tuesday, he explained that closing off Facebook will not only have a negative effect on hospital communities, but will also impede the sharing of ideas and information -- practices that are vital to modern hospitals' day-to-day operations and long-term planning and teaching missions.

  • Fugitive hacker headed back to U.S. for arraignment

    Premium-Inhalt. A Miami man who for three years had evaded prosecution in connection with the theft and reselling of VoIP services is being extradited to Newark from Mexico today and is set to be arraigned in a New jersey federal courthouse on Friday.

  • Storage Virtualization makes Asian Paints Agile

    Premium-Inhalt. As the largest paint company in India and Asia's third-largest, the Rs 4,400-crore organization grappled with low server utilization rates at its datacenter. The company needed to move all its data - but its three existing SAN arrays were unable to deliver the performance that the growing business demanded and were on the verge of running out of space. Asian Paints' SAN products were fast approaching their end-of-life and the support terms with the vendor were up for renegotiation.

  • Google using 'double talk' on cloud security, says L.A. consumer group

    Premium-Inhalt. A consumer advocacy group that is to adopt Google's hosted e-mail and office applications is accusing the company of a double standard on security issues.

  • Indian provider launches Twitter by SMS

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter has tied up with India's largest mobile services provider, Bharti Airtel, to allow its subscribers to send and receive Twitter messages using SMS (short message service), the micro-blogging service said Wednesday on .

  • Ellison: Fusion Applications in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle plans to launch its long-awaited Fusion Applications in 2010, and they will be deployable both on-premises and as SaaS (software as a service), CEO Larry Ellison said Wednesday during a keynote address at the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco.

  • Ellison: Fusion Applications in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle plans to launch its long-awaited Fusion Applications in 2010, and they will be deployable both on-premises and as SaaS (software as a service), CEO Larry Ellison said Wednesday during a keynote address at the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco.

  • Study backs open access to broadband networks

    Premium-Inhalt. Almost all of the most successful countries in broadband deployment have opened up the networks of their main carriers to competing service providers, according to a draft report put out for comment on Wednesday by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.

  • With botnets everywhere, DDoS attacks get cheaper

    Premium-Inhalt. Cyber-crime just doesn't pay like it used to.

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