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  • No-Name-Segment bremst Top-Handy-Marken aus

    Ein Drittel Marktanteil

    Indische und chinesische No-Name-Hersteller produzieren immer mehr Billig-Smartphones und graben etablierten Marktgiganten wie Apple, Nokia, RIM oder HTC damit das Wasser ab.  …mehr

  • Microsoft gibt Ausblick auf nächsten SQL-Server

    Codename Denali

    Anlässlich der TechEd Europe hat Microsoft erstmals einen Einblick in die nächste Generation seines SQL-Servers gegeben und eine CTP-Version zum Download verfügbar gemacht.  …mehr

  • Wovor CIOs sich fürchten

    Wer richtig agiert, bleibt gefragt

    Eigentlich sind CIOs mutig und tapfer, aber um als Berater gefragt zu bleiben, braucht es Offenheit, Neugier und Technikverständnis …mehr

  • Skyfire für iOS sahnt ab

    Millionen-Umsatz

    Trotz Server-Problemen, die zum zweitweiligen Download-Stopp des Browsers im App Store führten, machte Skyfire am ersten Wochenende 1 Million Dollar Umsatz.  …mehr

  • Neues TecChannel-Compact - Cloud Computing

    Bestellen oder als PDF downloaden

    Das neue TecChannel-Compact 07/2010 mit rund 160 Seiten und zahlreichen Praxisbeiträgen zu den Themen Virtualisierung und Cloud Computing ist da. Sie können es sofort als Buch im TecChannel Online-Shop versandkostenfrei bestellen oder als eBook downloaden.  …mehr

  • Wie Bayer Material Science die Collaboration modernisiert

    Per Communities

    Ein neues Kommunikationskonzepts soll den weltweiten Wissensaustausch zwischen den Mitarbeiter des Polymerspezialisten erleichtern.  …mehr

  • Eine Erfindung aus Europa erobert die Welt

    20 Jahre Webseite

    Vor 20 Jahren war das WWW noch winzig.  …mehr

  • Red Hat veröffentlicht RHEL 6

    Unternehmens-Linux

    Der Linux-Anbieter Red Hat hat die Version 6 seines Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Nimbuzz entfernt ICQ aus seiner Messenger-Liste

    Lizenzforderungen

    Immer mehr Chat-Anbieter schotten sich von der Konkurrenz ab. Opfer sind neben den Nutzern auch Multiprotokoll-Messenger wie Nimbuzz, die viele verschiedene Anbieter unter einer Oberfläche vereinen.  …mehr

  • British Telecom steigert Gewinn

    Jahresprognose erhöht

    Die britische Telefongesellschaft BT Group hat den Gewinn leicht gesteigert und die Jahresprognose aufgestockt. …mehr

  • Telefonica verfehlt trotz Gewinnsprung die Erwartungen

    O2 profitiert von Hansenet

    Die spanische Telekomgesellschaft Telefonica hat wegen guter Geschäfte in Lateinamerika Umsatz und Gewinn in den ersten neun Monaten des Jahres gesteigert. …mehr

  • Apple veröffentlicht Mac OS X 10.6.5

    Update für Snow Leopard

    Apple hat gestern die Version 10.6.5 seines aktuellen Betriebssystem Mac OS X "Snow Leopard" veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Das PLM-Konzept ist angekommen

    Product Lifecycle Management

    Das Produktlebenszyklus-Konzept ist in Unternehmen der deutschen Fertigungsindustrie inzwischen weit verbreitet. In mehr als der Hälfte der Unternehmen existiert eine unternehmensweit einheitliche Strategie hierzu. …mehr

  • Firefox 4.0b7 mit neuer JavaScript-Engine

    "Jägermonkey"

    Mozilla hat die mittlerweile siebte Beta-Version seines kommenden Browser Firefox 4.0 veröffentlicht.  …mehr

  • Die Nadel im Heuhaufen

    SAP Großkundenpotenzial

    Auf der Suche nach Umsatzquellen hat die SAP in den letzten Jahren vor allem den Mittelstand ins Visier genommen. Aber auch im Großkundengeschäft sind in der DACH-Region noch nicht alle Unternehmen mit SAP-Software versorgt. Dies ergab eine Marktsegmentierungsanalyse von RAAD im Sommer 2010. …mehr

  • Tegra-Tablet von Toshiba im Handel erhältlich

    Folio 100

    Nach Samsung hat auch Toshiba sein im September vorgestelltes Tablet "Folio 100" in den Handel gebracht.  …mehr

  • Googles Datensammelei ruft weitere US-Behörde auf den Plan

    FCC

    Der Ärger für Google wächst auch im Heimatland des Suchmaschinen-Spezialisten. …mehr

  • Oecking ist nun SIS-Chef

    Vorsitzender der Geschäftsführung

    Christian Oecking, seit Dezember 2009 kommissarischer Leiter von Siemens IT Solutions and Services GmbH (SIS), ist ab sofort Vorsitzender der Geschäftsführung.  …mehr

  • Software zum Personalausweis muss erneuert werden

    BSI

    Die zum neuen elektronischen Personalausweis gehörende Software muss wenige Tage nach ihrer Einführung schon erneuert werden. …mehr

  • Jobwechsler sollen nicht an höheres Gehalt denken

    Karriere-Ratgeber

    Wer in die SAP-Beratung einsteigen will, sollte nicht nur ans Geld denken, sagt Karriere-Ratgeberin Yasmine Limberger.  …mehr

  • Angst vor Wirtschaftsspionage schreckt Anwender ab

    Cloud-Services

    Vom derzeitigen Cloud-Boom könnten vor allem heimische Anbieter profitieren. Rechtliche Unsicherheiten und die Angst vor Wirtschaftsspionage schreckt deutsche Anwender ab, meint Thomas Köhler von der Beratungsgesellschaft CE21 im Interview.  …mehr

  • Netzausrüster Cisco hat gut zu tun

    Ausblick enttäuscht

    Netztechnik für Firmen und Internet ist begehrt. …mehr

  • Note "gut" für Win 7

    IDC-Studie zur Windows 7 Akzeptanz

    Die überwiegende Mehrheit der deutschen Unternehmen ist nach einer IDC-Studie mit Windows 7 zufrieden. Gesteigerte Performance, höhere Sicherheit und mehr Produktivität sind die Hauptmotive für den Umstieg auf das neue Betriebssystem.  …mehr

  • Die 13 wichtigsten Storage-Tools

    Kleine Helfer für die Festplatte

    Die in Windows und Linux integrierten Funktionen zur Verwaltung der Festplatten lassen Wünsche offen. Zusätzliche Storage-Tools können hier Abhilfe schaffen. Wir stellen die 13 besten vor. …mehr

  • Wo wird aus Insiderwissen Betriebsblindheit?

    Neue Mitarbeiter und Berater

    Wie wichtig Branchenkenntnisse bei neuen Mitarbeitern oder Beratern sind und wann dadurch Hürden aufgebaut werden, beschreibt Helmut König. …mehr

  • Samsung Syncmaster BX2240 im Test

    22-Zoll-TFT

    Der Samsung Syncmaster BX2240 ist ein 22-Zoll-TFT mit Full-HD-Auflösung. Im Test überzeugte er mit seiner Bildqualität und ergonomischen Verstellmöglichkeiten. …mehr

  • Wie die IT grün wird

    Best-Practice-Beispiele

    Der Wettbewerb "GreenIT Best Practice Award 2010" hat es bewiesen: Mit den richtigen Strategien lässt sich ökologisch und ökonomisch eine Menge bewegen.  …mehr

  • Energie beflügelt den IT-Arbeitsmarkt

    Neue Jobchancen

    Regenerative Stromerzeugung und -verteilung schaffen nicht nur für Ingenieure, sondern auch für IT-Profis Jobs.  …mehr

  • Release-Mangement - eine lästige, aber notwendige Pflicht

    Mehr Transparenz

    Der Informationsdienstleister Schufa nutzt ein IT-gestütztes Release-Management, um die Qualität der Softwareentwicklung zu steigern.  …mehr

  • BitDefender warns of new corporate Trojan threat

    Premium-Inhalt. Internet security specialist BitDefender has warned about the dangers of a new spying Trojan it describes as "a serious enemy" that can be used as a corporate spying tool.

  • iSoftStone, Microsoft team up brings HealthVault to China

    Premium-Inhalt. Seattle's Microsoft Corp. has recently forged a partnership with a China-based IT services provider to bring the software giant's e-health platform to China.

  • HK Govt Efficiency Unit creates collaborative work setting

    Premium-Inhalt. Unstructured information and the need to pass knowledge to the younger employees prompted the Hong Kong SAR government to look at better collaboration.

  • Star Walk 5.0 brings augmented reality to iPod touches

    Premium-Inhalt. No compass? No problem.

  • Eliminate Duplicate Files with Free Utility

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Pam is looking for a way to "clean out duplicate files, documents, pictures, etc.," but doesn't want to spend money on the project. In other words, she wants a freeware solution.

  • Treasure Seekers for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. The first of the Treasure Seekers series of hidden object games makes its way from PC to iOS with from .

  • EA signs indies

    Premium-Inhalt. Need for Speed and Old Republic aren't the only things EA wants us to know about. Three press releases herald three new deals for three different independent game developers.

  • Samsung Nexus S: Everything There Is To Know

    Premium-Inhalt. It may be a federal holiday, but right now the Android rumor mill is working in overdrive.

  • Tetris Tames Trauma, Doctors Say

    Premium-Inhalt. Who says video games are a waste of time? Playing may help reduce memory flashbacks associated with traumatic images, according to a new study by researchers.

  • Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T-68U118

    Premium-Inhalt. Back in September, we mentioned that Acer was planning to update its TimelineX series by cramming an into an 11.6-inch ultraportable laptop. Well, the company succeeded. The Acer Aspire TimelineX 1830T-68U118 packs a ton of processing power into a netbook-size package, and still manages to include a full-size keyboard.

  • Virus infecting phones in China costs you $300,000 a day

    Premium-Inhalt. A virus masquerading as an (how's that for irony?) has been infecting countless in China. The virus lets hackers take control of the phone who then spam the phone's entire address with links that allow the virus to spread to even more phones.

  • Social Networks to Supplant Email in Business?

    Premium-Inhalt. While some companies are early adopters, most are slow on the uptake when it comes to technology (how many workers had to bring their personal computers into work before management got the message). So it follows that social networking will--finally--be over the next four years.

  • Google Nexus One sequel plans leaked

    Premium-Inhalt. phone wasn't exactly a , but that apparently hasn't stopped the company from issuing a sequel.

  • Protecting card data at the point of sale

    Premium-Inhalt. There is no shortage of security standards when it comes to protecting the payment transaction life cycle.

  • Disney earnings up

    Premium-Inhalt. The Walt Disney Company reported its fourth quarter earnings today, noting some growth in its Interactive Media segment. Cheers, Toy Story 3.

  • Unity 3 Is a Great Free Game-Building Tool

    Premium-Inhalt. is a powerful, full-featured game design tool, and it's free. (Some advanced features are reserved for the commercial Pro version). Unity is not a "learn to program games" tool, nor is it something designed to produce only small games with simple behaviors and effects. Unity can be, and is, used to make top-flight games including Tiger Woods PGA Tour Online and Batman: Streets of Gotham. Unity 3 is probably as easy to use as it can be (given how much fine control and detail is needed to make some types of games), but it is not going to let you go from "I have a really cool idea" to finished game with a few quick mouse clicks. It is best used by people who are already familiar with game design methodology and terms, as well as 3d graphics concepts including meshes, renderers, and textures.

  • Sorry Apple, Twitter Won't Save Ping

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's Ping is no longer afraid of the World Wide Web.

  • Apple Trips Up Enterprise iPhone Apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has come a long way, secretly courting the enterprise to adopt iPhones and iPads, but a closer look at its iOS Developer Enterprise Program shows that Apple still has much to learn about the needs of companies.

  • The U.S. Election Results: Information Technology Wins?

    Premium-Inhalt. The results are mostly in from last Tuesday's election and it's quiet out there on the government IT front, with the exception of an occasional state CIO resignation and interim appointment. There are 29 new governors. At the federal level leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives changed hands with a total of just over 20% new members. So far in snooping around the government trade press and blogs all I'm really seeing is pretty much a recap and some pondering, so I'll add to the pondering with some conjecture.

  • Google: Third parties liable for Java infringement, not us

    Premium-Inhalt. Third parties, not Google, would be liable for any Java copyright violations in the Android mobile OS, according to a in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • "It Is Wiser to Find Out Than Suppose"

    Premium-Inhalt. The recent article, provides advice to government workers who worry about losing their jobs due to the current climate of calls for a smaller and more efficient government. To offset government workers fear of joining the ranks of the unemployed, Mr. Fox reminds the reader of a Mark Twain quote, "I have been through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened." I'll add my own Mark Twain quote, "It is wiser to find out than suppose" and my own advice to government workers, particularly those who deal with information technology.

  • Three charged with phishing after Sears investigation

    Premium-Inhalt. Three men have been arrested on phishing charges after local police got a tip that somebody was sending boxes filled with computer equipment to abandoned houses in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

  • Motorola retaliates with lawsuit against Microsoft

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola's mobile phone subsidiary has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft alleging the world's largest software maker has infringed 16 of its patents in PC, mobile and server software, as well as Xbox products.

  • Motorola retaliates with lawsuit against Microsoft

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola's mobile phone subsidiary has filed a lawsuit against Microsoft alleging the world's largest software maker has infringed 16 of its patents in PC, mobile and server software, as well as Xbox products.

  • Google employee axed over 10% raise leak

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone at Google is getting a nice raise. Well, almost everyone.

  • DSL kickstarts engin's business

    Premium-Inhalt. SMB telco, engin (ASX:ENG), has reported a major turnaround in its business in the 2010 financial year, notching up a record EBITDA of $0.7 million off revenues of close to $20 million.

  • Kill Symbian Now, Please

    Premium-Inhalt. In a surprise move, Nokia announced Monday it's taking back control of the . Symbian is one of the oldest mobile phone operating systems around and has been a Nokia favourite almost since the company's inception.

  • Virtual Office Pro

    Premium-Inhalt. Small businesses need and online meeting tools to get started. Instead of going for separate tools, Virtual Office Pro bundles both services for $50/month. With it, you get unlimited voice calling and online conferencing.

  • HP PhotoSmart eStation

    Premium-Inhalt. We recently got our hands on the new , a multifunction printer that would be unremarkable except for the fact that it includes a detachable 7-inch tablet known as the eStation Zeen. We'll be testing the eStation all week to gauge how well it performs as a printer, but we took a moment to record a quick demonstration of the tablet to give you a better idea of what the Zeen is and how it works.

  • Future of IT Is Multiplatform and Mobile, Dell Says

    Premium-Inhalt. Once upon a time it was nice and simple. If you were in charge of corporate IT, you bought Microsoft. Serious quantities of computing power required a different solution, but for everything from mid-level enterprise down to desktops, Microsoft did the job. When it came to smartphones, have never been great but always integrated neatly and were favoured by some although not all organizations.

  • Cisco revenue, profit rose in fiscal Q1

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco Systems posted gains in both profit and revenue on Wednesday for its fiscal first quarter that ended Oct. 30, despite what it called "a challenging economic environment."

  • Polycom delivers video applications for Samsung tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Digital convergence technologies provider Samsung Electronics and unified communications (UC) provider Polycom have teamed up on delivering UC solutions for mobile platforms.

  • Organisations unsure about improving manufacturing execution

    Premium-Inhalt. Several manufacturing organisations are uncertain about the initial short list of potential MES vendors, according to a new study by IDC Manufacturing Insights.

  • Sally's Salon Luxury Edition for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. I will readily confess that I have always found salons to be frightening places, with their strange noises, ambiguous chemical smells and happily loud people. It was, therefore, with a certain apprehension that I undertook to review , which, I am happy to report, is not nearly as stressful as the real thing.

  • HP to pay $16M to settle E-Rate fraud charges

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard will pay $16.25 million to settle a case that resulted in jail time for a school district's former chief technology officer and computer reseller of equipment, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission said on Wednesday.

  • 12 Amazing Productivity Boosters

    Premium-Inhalt. It's official: I can no longer think of a single person I know (unless, of course, you count my two-year-old) who doesn't have more work on their to-do list than any human being can reasonably be expected to handle. If you're like everyone I know, chances are you could use a few new tools to help you manage your priorities, simplify your life, and . This guide is for you.

  • Open standards essential for future Cloud evolution: Intel

    Premium-Inhalt. The faster open, interoperable standards for Cloud computing are set, the faster organisations can manage the transition to the Cloud, according to Intel.

  • ACMA builds Xen-based private cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has built a private cloud in three months, choosing Citrix's XenServer virtualisation hypervisor over the incumbent VMware ESX.

  • Help Improve Ubuntu on 'Bug Day' Tomorrow

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the great strengths of open source software is that it is continuously being scrutinized and improved by users and developers around the world.

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