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  • Wieso scheitern IT-Projekte trotz Prince2 & Co.?

    Zertifikat - was nun? (Teil 3)

    Prince2 und PMBoK sind noch keine Erfolgsgaranten. Soll ein Projekt nicht schief gehen, ist ein Prozess-Management notwendig. …mehr

  • iPhone auch bei Roboter-Test top

    Touchscreens

    Die Moto Development Labs haben in einem aktuellen Vergleichstest Roboter eingespannt, um Smartphone-Touchscreens in Sachen Genauigkeit bei der Verfolgung von Zeichenbewegungen auf den Zahn zu fühlen.  …mehr

  • Aktion Leser-Redakteur erfolgreich gestartet

    COMPUTERWOCHE Inside

    Zum Auftakt der Initiative "Leser-Redakteur" haben sich COMPUTERWOCHE-Leser in München mit der Redaktion getroffen. …mehr

  • Mobiler Datenverkehr übersteigt Sprachtelefonie

    Ericsson

    Im Dezember 2009 hat das Volumen des weltweiten Datenverkehr in Mobilfunknetzen erstmals jenes des Sprachverkehrs übertroffen. …mehr

  • Microsoft kündigt neuen Office Communications Server an

    "PBX-Killer"

    Wie Gurdeep Singh Pall, Corporate Vice President der Microsoft Office Communications Group, bekannt gab, kann der Office Communications Server "14" auch die bestehende TK-Anlage ersetzen. …mehr

  • Neue Bot-Attacke auf Bankkunden in Deutschland

    Trend Micro warnt

    Die Sicherheitsexperten von Trend Micro warnen Online-Banking-Kunden in Deutschland vor einer neuen Attacke von Cyber-Kriminellen. …mehr

  • Sergey Brin nennt auch persönliche Gründe für China-Ausstieg

    Google-Gründer

    Hinter dem weitgehenden Rückzug des Suchmaschinen-Betreibers Google aus China stecken auch sehr persönliche Gründe. …mehr

  • Microsoft: Neuer Communications Server

    Unified Communications Lösung

    In der zweiten Jahreshälfte 2010 soll die nächste Version der Unified-Communications-Lösung von Microsoft erhältlich sein. Diese trägt bislang den Codenamen Communications Server „14“. …mehr

  • Lotus JamCamp zur Zukunft der Arbeit

    14. bis 24. April

    Mit einem "JamCamp" bei IBM in Ehningen bei Stuttgart will Lotus der Frage nachgehen, wie Digital Natives die Arbeitswelt der Zukunft verändern werden - und ganz nebenbei natürlich auch die eigene Kompetenz in Sachen Social Software aufzeigen. …mehr

  • Xtext gewinnt Eclipse Community Award

    Entwicklung

    Das Open-Source-Framework "Xtext" wurde auf der EclipseCon 2010 ausgezeichnet. …mehr

  • Neumann will Online bei ARD und ZDF begrenzen

    Kulturstaatsminister

    Kulturstaatsminister Bernd Neumann (CDU) hat sich für eine Begrenzung der Online-Auftritte von ARD und ZDF ausgesprochen. …mehr

  • Opera Mini 5 für iPhone schlägt Safari

    Geschwindigkeitsvergleich

    Opera Mini auf dem iPhone ist dem hauseigenen Safari-Browser deutlich überlegen - wenn nur langsame Datenverbindungen zur Verfügung stehen. Hier der Video-Beweis.  …mehr

  • Samsung präsentiert Android-Riesen Galaxy S

    Konkurrenz für Nexus One und HTC Desire

    Nach HTC hat nun auch Samsung ein Android-Smartphone mit Gigahertz-Prozessor vorgestellt. Das Modell heißt Galaxy S (GT-i9000) und kommt im Sommer weltweit auf den Markt.  …mehr

  • Der Weg ins Internet der Dienste

    Fraunhofer-Studie

    Das Fraunhofer IAO stellt eine kostenlose Studie für Unternehmen bereit, die Services via Web betreiben möchten.  …mehr

  • Stiftung Warentest testet Musik-Downloads

    Musicload vorn

    Die Stiftung Warentest hat für die April-Ausgabe ihrer Zeitschrift "test" Musikshops und Hörbuchanbieter im Internet unter die Lupe genommen. …mehr

  • Kennzahlen richtig einschätzen

    Ratgeber

    Viele Firmenchefs verlassen sich bei ihren Entscheidungen auf Kennzahlensysteme. Doch wer die Aussagekraft dieser Daten nicht richtig einschätzen kann, geht ein unnötiges Risiko für sein Unternehmen ein. …mehr

  • Viele Lücken bei Datenschutz in Online-Netzwerken

    Stiftung Warentest

    Online-Netzwerke wie Facebook oder MySpace gehen nach einer Studie der Stiftung Warentest äußerst willkürlich mit Nutzerdaten um. …mehr

  • United Internet drängt stärker ins mobile Internet

    MVNO-Deal mit Vodafone

    Der Internetdienstleister United Internet will noch stärker am Boom für mobile Datendienste teilhaben. …mehr

  • "Wer in neue Systeme investiert, spart Geld"

    Intels CIO im Interview

    Diane Bryant ist Vice President und CIO der Intel Corp. Mit der COMPUTERWOCHE sprach sie über Herausforderungen, denen sich ein hoher IT-Manager stellen muss. …mehr

  • Attacke auf Obamas Twitter-Konto aufgeklärt

    Hacker festgenommen

    Ein aufsehenerregender Hacker-Angriff auf die Twitter-Konten von US-Präsident Barack Obama und Sängerin Britney Spears scheint aufgeklärt. …mehr

  • Deutsche Telekom kauft ClickandBuy komplett

    Payment-Dienstleister

    Die Deutsche Telekom übernimmt den Internet-Zahlungsdienstleister Firstgate mit seiner Marke ClickandBuy komplett. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2010 - Nicole Mamier, Realtech

    Arbeiten in der SAP-Welt

    Vom 25. März bis 7. April 2010 beantwortet Nicole Mamier, Personalleiterin des SAP-Beratungs- und Softwarehauses Realtech, Fragen zu den aktuellen Berufsaussichten für Quereinsteiger im SAP-Markt. …mehr

  • Jobwechsel in schwierigen Zeiten

    Aufmerksam, flexibel, hartnäckig

    Wer heute eine neue Stelle sucht, braucht Instinkt und Selbstbewusstsein. Drei Jobwechsler erzählen. …mehr

  • Personalauswahl aus juristischer Sicht

    Grundwissen Arbeitsrecht, Teil 7

    Im siebten Teil der Serie von Michael Henn und Christian Lentföhr zu den wichtigsten Themen des Arbeitsrechts erfahren Sie, was bei der Auswahl von Mitarbeitern zu beachten ist. …mehr

  • iPhone, Safari, IE8, Firefox all fall on day one of Pwn2Own

    Premium-Inhalt. Hackers took down 's iPhone and Safari browser, 's Internet Explore 8 (IE8) and Mozilla's Firefox within minutes at today's Pwn2Own contest, as expected.

  • Game on: WiMax will battle LTE in the trenches

    Premium-Inhalt. LAS VEGAS -- As the nation's wireless carriers rush to compete with faster 4G speeds on either or , their workers are toiling in the trenches to make it happen.

  • iPhone falls in Pwn2Own hacking contest

    Premium-Inhalt. A delayed flight didn't stop Vincenzo Iozzo and Ralf Weinmann from scoring a cool US$15,000, a brand-new iPhone and a trip to Las Vegas at the annual in Vancouver on Wednesday.

  • Updated Canon printer drivers available for Snow Leopard

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've got a printer from Canon and want to make sure it's fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.6, relief is just a download away. Apple on Wednesday posted updated printer drivers that include the latest Canon printing and scanning software for Snow Leopard.

  • Gateway EC14D07u: Average But Portable

    Premium-Inhalt. Want the go-anywhere spirit of a netbook and the full keyboard (and features) of a typical laptop? The Gateway EC14D07u ($630 as of March 22, 2010) attempts to merge the two, and in some ways it succeeds: The laptop feels light and yet manages to pack a DVD burner and an 11.6-inch screen. But in other ways--such as with its mediocre audio and video performance--it stumbles. Ultimately, it ranks as an average , albeit one that is fast enough for most applications and small enough to tote anywhere.

  • Update fixes Final Cut Studio 2009 problems

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've got the latest version of A suite of pro video applications on your Mac, it's time to fire up Software Update--Apple has an update just for you!

  • GoDaddy to China: No More Domains for You

    Premium-Inhalt. GoDaddy is joining Google in its fight against .

  • Sony to Nintendo: 3D a 'bit of a stretch'

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo may be hip to sell 3D handhelds, but Sony's having none of it.

  • Microsoft turns 35: Best, worst, most notable moments

    Premium-Inhalt. The year is 1975. Gerald Ford is in the White House, South Vietnam falls, Muhammad Ali defeats Joe Frazier in the "Thrilla in Manila" world championship boxing match, the late-night comedy show NBC's Saturday Night (later called Saturday Night Live) debuts, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest sweeps the Oscars, and Captain & Tennille's "Love Will Keep Us Together" and Glenn Campbell's "Rhinestone Cowboy" top the music charts.

  • McAfee Announces New Version Of DLP Solution

    Premium-Inhalt. McAfee has announced plans for the latest version of its data loss prevention solution. McAfee Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technology is planned to include a common policy across all components, database crawling, workflow through the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator platform and support for Microsoft Active Directory, said a statement.

  • Novell Unveils ZENworks Configuration Management Appliance

    Premium-Inhalt. Novell today announced the availability of a new ZENworks Configuration Management virtual appliance. In addition, Novell announced ZENworks enhancements to help customers migrate to Windows7. Additionally, Novell announced a technology preview of ZENworks 11, which integrates endpoint security into a single console with systems management, said the statement.

  • ACTA: harmless or horror?

    Premium-Inhalt. Is the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) a harmless attempt to quietly harmonise intellectual property laws and enforcement around the world, or a threat to civil liberties that will require fundamental legislative changes to implement?

  • Cisco: Virtualisation, security and collaboration to grow

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco introduced the CCIE certification in 1993 to aid the industry in distinguishing the top inter-networking experts worldwide.

  • IBM turns SPSS China lab into global analytics R&D hub

    Premium-Inhalt. announced Tuesday in , China that the previous SPSS lab in the city of Xi'an has become Big Blue's global hub for analytics development.

  • Cell phone users prefer integrated driving, walking solution

    Premium-Inhalt. There are four distinct behavioural motivators driving the interest in mobile navigation, according to NAVTEQ, a global provider of digital maps, traffic and location data for in-vehicle, portable, wireless and enterprise solutions.

  • Ubisoft gives free games to hacked DRM-affected customers

    Premium-Inhalt. A little over two weeks ago, Ubisoft's recent PC releases--Assassin's Creed II and Silent Hunter 5--were rendered unplayable for hours to new players when a hacker attacked the two games' DRM servers. The players who were affected are now posting messages on stating that they have received reparation from Ubisoft, as the publisher has sent emails offering free DLC to some and the choice of one of five free games to others.

  • Wall Street Beat: Enterprise software sales look strong

    Premium-Inhalt. Though earnings season won't start in earnest until next month, financial reports and earnings forecasts from companies as varied as Adobe, Red Hat, Oracle and Qualcomm this week indicate that sales across a range of technology products are recovering from the Great Recession.

  • Enterprises to increasingly invest in mobile through 2011

    Premium-Inhalt. Organisations are ramping up both business-to-employee (B2E) and business-to-consumer (B2C) mobile spending, according to Gartner, which says that investments in mobile applications and technologies will increase through 2011.

  • Apple releases 3.0.2 update for Aperture

    Premium-Inhalt. Still running into trouble with Aperture 3, even after the recent update? Not to worry, Apple has just posted yet another update for Aperture 3 users.

  • 10 Ways Microsoft Tried and Failed to Rule Mobile

    Premium-Inhalt. Take a tour through Microsoft's forgettable, regrettable mobile OS history.

  • Google: A bull in China's shop

    Premium-Inhalt. So Google finally made good on and/or leave the Chinese market. And China is now making good on its promise to make Google very sorry for ever bringing it up.

  • Oracle revenue up, but charges drag down profit

    Premium-Inhalt. Fueled by growth in new software licenses, Oracle revenue for its fiscal third quarter, ended Feb. 28, increased 17 percent from the same period last year, hitting US$6.4 billion, though earnings declined due in part to restructuring charges incurred by the company's purchase of Sun Microsystems.

  • Google Jumps Into Social Bookmarks Game

    Premium-Inhalt. Google jumped into social bookmarking this week with its new experimental . Lists lets you save links--handy, for example, if you're planning a vacation or compiling information for a presentation--then share them with others or keep them private.

  • Halo: Reach Player Investment System revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. In an , Bungie player investment designer Luke Smith explains that "whatever you enjoy doing in multiplayer, we're gonna find a way to reward you. Through the Player Investment system, you're going to be building an identity for the first time in a Halo game." The interview goes on to highlight how the economy for the new system works, how it tracks player behavior, and how Bungie has revised matchmaking in multiplayer.

  • Super-Tilt Baseball for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. I was looking forward to getting a chance to play , a baseball-themed pinball game. Sadly, however, the games kept getting called on account of rain. Or to put it more accurately, bugs--which in the games of iPhone and iPod touch games, is actually more annoying than rain.

  • Blizzcon 2010 dates set--October 22 & 23, 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Even though is starting in a matter of hours, Activision Blizzard is trying to make fans aware of the "other" fan-focused gaming convention, as the company announced the dates for Blizzcon 2010--Friday, October 22 and Saturday, October 23. The fifth iteration of Blizzcon will take place at the same location it's been situated in since its 2005 inception--the Anaheim Convention Center.

  • Using Portfolio Management to Meet Company Goals

    Premium-Inhalt. The fundamental principle of portfolio management is that you first choose the goals for your portfolio and then select the investments that will achieve them. For investments in change, these goals are expressed as the results you want to accomplish (with corresponding measures and milestones) and the shape of the enterprise that the investments must deliver.

  • Taking the Temperature of the CEO-CIO Relationship

    Premium-Inhalt. While they are not Felix Unger and Oscar Madison, a company's CEO and CIO can at times make a fairly odd couple. Differing agendas create significant challenges from the outset. At the same time, we all understand it is critical for the CIO to engage the CEO and senior business leaders in discussions of IT investments. Considering those somewhat contradictory points, what exactly is the state of the union between business and IT leaders?

  • Why Crowdsourcing Isn't Always Wise

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  • Speak Up to Help Shape the Future of Broadband

    Premium-Inhalt. The FCC in the United States, and its proposals for getting from where we are to where we need to be are imperative to maintaining a level playing field for business in America. The limited bandwidth is running out, and the , and businesses on the wrong side of that divide will find it very hard to keep up with the competition.

  • Fast Plextor PX-B940SA 12X Blu-ray Writer

    Premium-Inhalt. Blu-ray burners are advancing at a fast pace: Only a couple of months ago I was marveling at the speed of --now here I am again with the 12X Plextor PX-B940SA ($250, price as of March 5, 2010). The write speeds make this an especially appealing option.

  • iPad Magazine Pricing: Some Answers Emerge

    Premium-Inhalt. Want to know what the iPad version of your favorite magazine will cost? A report in the Wall Street Journal for a few publications, but we may already know more than that.

  • World's First 3D LED-backlit TV Coming Courtesy Of LG

    Premium-Inhalt. LG announced this Thursday that its upcoming LX9500 will be the worlds first HDTV set to combine a fully-LED-backlit LCD with 3D support.

  • Beta Watch: Springpad, Xpenser, and Citrify

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're looking for a free program to handle your notes from meetings or classes, or a real-time receipt tracker that you can connect to via PC or phone, or a free online photo editor that displays the different adjustments you make as you make them, read on.

  • For game developers, all's fair in love and apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Apps are a new frontier of game development where pioneers carve out a unique existence in a vast and largely uncharted landscape. For traditional developers who made their names in the console business, large budgets and well-staffed development teams provide an extraordinary leg-up, but the history of the App Store proves that these advantages aren't enough.

  • Rent-a-CIO

    Premium-Inhalt. A number of people have decided, or been compelled, to move from the security of a CIO position to the less secure, but more flexible life of a freelance consultant or part-time CIO-for-hire.

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