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  • Netzgemeinde nimmt die Terrorwarnung aufs Korn

    Argumente, Sarkasmus und Ironie

    Das Internet entwickelt seine eigene Antwort auf den Terroralarm in Deutschland. …mehr

  • Microsoft schlachtet Novell aus

    Patente

    Der schwächelnde Software-Hersteller Novell - ein Stück Technologiegeschichte - wird von Finanzinvestoren übernommen.  …mehr

  • Smartphone-Navi schlägt Navigationsgeräte

    ADAC-Test

    Smartphones mit Navigationssoftware sind inzwischen ernsthafte Alternativen zu dedizierten mobilen Navigationsgeräten. …mehr

  • Update verursacht Probleme bei Musik und Airplay

    iOS 4.2.1

    Gestern Abend wurde iOS 4.2.1 veröffentlicht, das vor allem dem iPad, aber auch iPhone und iPod touch neue Funktionen bringt. …mehr

  • Motorola Olympus erstmals gesichtet

    Superphone

    Heute morgen machten zwei Fotos eines neuen Smartphones die Runde im Internet. …mehr

  • NAS System SmartStor NS2600 mit DLNA 1.5

    2bay NAS System der zweiten Generation

    Mit dem SmartStor NS2600 stellt Promise Technology die zweite Generation seiner 2bay NAS Storage Systeme vor.  …mehr

  • Hilfe, ich habe die Hauptstadt geschrumpft!

    "Little Big Berlin"

    Ein Kurzfilm über Berlin erregt Aufsehen im Internet: "Little Big Berlin" zeigt die Großstadt als eine Art Miniaturwunderland.  …mehr

  • Nexus S erneut bei Google-Mitarbeiter entdeckt

    Neue Fotos

    Auf dem Foto-Dienst Picasa wurde ein neues Foto vom Nexus S entdeckt. …mehr

  • Google Docs erhält Anschluss an Microsoft Office

    "Cloud Connect"

    Google hat damit begonnen, die Übernahme von DocVerse in ein Ergänzungsprodukt für seine gehosteten Büroprogramme "Google Docs" umzumünzen.  …mehr

  • iPhone-Kunden sind am zufriedensten

    Umfrage

    Nach einer neuen Umfrage des US-Marktforschungsunternehmes ChangeWave sind mehr als drei Viertel aller iPhone-Käufer mit ihrem Gerät sehr zufrieden. …mehr

  • Festgefahrene Fronten zwischen Oracle und SAP

    Industriespionage-Prozess

    Acht US-Geschworene werden entscheiden müssen, ob der größte europäische Softwarehersteller SAP seinem Wettbewerber Oracle einen Milliarden-Schadenersatz oder nur einige Millionen Dollar zahlen muss. …mehr

  • Was bewegt deutsche IT-Manager?

    iPad zu gewinnen

    Welche Prioritäten setzen deutsche IT-Verantwortliche 2011? Steigen die Budgets jetzt wieder? Setzt sich die Cloud durch? Machen Sie mit bei der Anwenderstudie IT-Kompass 2011 und gewinnen Sie ein iPad und weitere Preise.  …mehr

  • Frankfurter Supercomputer auch bei Stromverbrauch Spitze

    Green IT

    Die Uni Frankfurt hat einen der sparsamsten Supercomputer der Welt in Betrieb genommen. …mehr

  • "Cloud Broker helfen dem CIO"

    Cloud Computing in der Praxis

    Neue Liefermodelle werden die Bedenken in Sachen Cloud Computing verringern, erwartet Gartner-Analyst David Cearley. …mehr

  • HP steigert Umsatz und Gewinn

    Viertes Quartal

    Der US-Computerkonzern Hewlett-Packard (HP) legte bei Umsatz und Gewinn im vierten Quartal zu und übertraf die Erwartungen der Analysten. …mehr

  • CeBIT setzt auf Vier-Säulen-Strategie

    2011

    Die weltgrößte IT-Messe CeBIT hofft im März 2011 nach mehreren schwachen Jahren auf ihre neue Vier-Säulen- Strategie. …mehr

  • Deduplizierung ist rechtskonform und spart Geld

    Chunks statt Redundanz

    Wer mit explodierendem Datenaufkommen seine Storage-Infrastruktur nicht hoffnungslos überfordern möchte, sollte sich über eine Reduktion der Daten Gedanken machen. Daten-Deduplizierung spart nicht nur Bandbreite und Speicherplatz; in der Summe lässt sich damit bares Geld sparen.  …mehr

  • So gelingt die Windows-Umstellung

    Win 7 evaluieren und bereitstellen

    Wie läuft die Windows 7 Migration möglichst glatt über die Bühne? Um die zahlreichen Hürden und Fallen bei der Betriebssystem-Umstellung unterstützen Microsoft und andere IT-Dienstleister Unternehmen mit konkreten Migrationshilfen.  …mehr

  • Roadmaps sollen Kunden Sicherheit geben

    SAP Service Marktplatz

    SAP hat 35 Roadmaps für Brachen, Unternehmensbereiche und Technologien in seinen Online-Service-Marktplatz eingestellt. Kunden sollen sich hier besser über SAP-Produkte und -Strategien informieren können.  …mehr

  • Wer haftet bei Dienstfahrt mit Privat-Pkw?

    Arbeitgeber bei Unfall in der Pflicht

    Nicht immer ist der Arbeitnehmer für Schäden verantwortlich. Volker Backs erläutert, wann der Arbeitgeber dafür aufkommen muss. …mehr

  • Die Gehälter der Entwickler

    Eine Frage des Ortes

    Wo verdienen Softwareentwickler am meisten? In Frankfurt und München, so die Gehaltsstudie von CW und Personalmarkt. …mehr

  • Mozilla Confirms an App Store Is on the Way

    Premium-Inhalt. Along with its audited indicating a revenue increase of 34 percent last year, Mozilla late last week also published a "State of Mozilla" report providing a glimpse at what the organization is planning for the future.

  • Social CRM, Enterprise 2.0 and the Complete Business

    Premium-Inhalt. There has been a good bit of back and forth going on lately after the recent Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Santa Clara about the terms e2.0, social CRM and social business. I'm getting tired of the argument frankly, all of the terms have a place in what has been happening and they each describe a piece of what I think has to become a "whole". Social CRM and programs that deal with the "social customer" are the new "black" this year. And why not, every business wants to get closer to its customers, right? There are some great success stories about everything from using consumer based social communications channels like Facebook and Twitter for marketing, support and sales to building community based support through peer-to-peer networks. Social is gaining traction all across customer facing functions in many organizations and companies are starting to realize that the social customer expects companies to interact with them "when, where and how" the customer chooses.

  • Oracle-SAP case goes to jury to decide damages

    Premium-Inhalt. SAP has admitted to the "massive and prolonged" infringement of Oracle's copyrights and should pay at least US$1.7 billion in damages, an Oracle attorney said Monday as the companies' corporate theft lawsuit entered its final stages.

  • HP's Apotheker pops up in California for earnings call

    Premium-Inhalt. Speaking publicly for the first time since he was appointed CEO of Hewlett-Packard in late September, Leo Apotheker on Monday said that HP will focus more on software and that he still has some learning to do about the company.

  • WinZip Courier Shrinks Files Sent With Outlook

    Premium-Inhalt. In these days of large file sizes, sending an e-mail with an attachment can become a gripping drama. Will the e-mail with the attached file get through, or will your e-mail service--or the receiving e-mail service--reject the file as too big? And will either of them deign to tell you? Can a program like ($25, 30-day free trial) save the day?

  • 'The Daily' App Should Be a Lifestyle Product

    Premium-Inhalt. Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is joining forces with Apple to launch a new iPad-only newspaper called The Daily. This is a whole new newspaper in the form of , designed to exploit the touch-friendliness and multimedia nature of the iPad, with journalistic content not found anywhere else.

  • Photography Gift Guide: Photo Editors, Mobile Apps, More

    Premium-Inhalt. When I was about 10 years old, I begged my parents for a pocket-sized transistor radio. I didn't really want the radio very much; instead, I secretly wanted to pretend it was a number of other things, including a walkie-talkie and a camera. That's right: Cameras were too expensive for 10 year olds, so I asked for something more affordable as a prop for my photographic imagination. Since then, I've learned to ask for what I really want. To help you do the same, I rounded up a bunch of cool photo gadgets in the first part of my . Here's part two, filled with more software and camera peripherals. Happy holiday shopping!

  • Intel switches on 'first virtual retail salesperson in Asia'

    Premium-Inhalt. Silicon solutions firm Intel Malaysia has launched the Intel Virtual Retail Salesperson (RSP) to enhance consumers' IT shopping experience in a mall.

  • Challenges for new Asia Cloud Computing Association

    Premium-Inhalt. The region's fragmented regulatory environment will be the biggest challenge for the newly-launched Asia Cloud Computing Association, which aims to address regional issues and challenges relating to the burgeoning 'IT as a service' trend.

  • LG Optimus T: Android on a Budget

    Premium-Inhalt. Budget buyers rejoice: LG has made with its new on T-Mobile ($30 after a $50 mail-in rebate and new two-year contract; price as of 11/20/10). But how much bang are you getting for your buck? With disappointing media capabilities, a lower end processor, and subpar call quality, I'd say not much.

  • Random Hacks of Kindness weekend set for developers

    Premium-Inhalt. Developers in cities worldwide will gather to build software for disaster risk management and response as part of a another "Random Hacks of Kindness" event on December 4-5, Google said.

  • Novell CEO: 'Business as usual' after Attachmate merger deal

    Premium-Inhalt. Novell will honour all contractual obligations with its Australian customers and forge ahead with product development following the signing of a definitive merger agreement with Attachmate, according to Novell CEO, Ron Hovesepian.

  • TCO triggers security buying decision: study

    Premium-Inhalt. When it comes to security solutions, a recent study shows that companies consider the long-term effect of their IT investment on their bottom line.

  • HP woos public sector to adopt cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. With various studies indicating that many organisations are still hesitant to jump into cloud computing, HP is proving to sceptics that cloud computing works.

  • Opera rolls out Opera 11 beta with 'tab stacks,' more

    Premium-Inhalt. Opera teased a major new version of its desktop browser , and now the first is here to offer an early taste of its--count 'em--11 new features.

  • V3 Move 3DS: 3D Gaming at Its Smallest, Finest

    Premium-Inhalt. At $1099 (as of November 23, 2010), the V3 Move 3DS sits in a precarious position. It's too pricey to rank as a , despite being saddled with a relatively dinky Core i3 processor. And despite its stellar gaming performance (more on that in a bit), a comparatively paltry WorldBench 6 score leaves V3's cube fumbling around the middle of the pack. But if you're sold on 3D gaming, or if you need a speedy, portable rig to haul to your next LAN session, V3's Move 3DS is a compelling option.

  • Kids Want iPads, Parents Shudder

    Premium-Inhalt. The is the most desired tech item this holiday shopping season among children aged 6 to 12. A new survey shows that Apple's bestselling tablet of U.S. kids, edging out a computer and the iPod touch, which tied for second place.

  • No Nintendo booth at CES after all

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo won't be exhibiting at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show after all.

  • CIOs Have Mobile on Their Minds

    Premium-Inhalt. More than two-thirds of IT leaders believe mobile technology facilitates business innovation at their companies. Less than half think mobile investments are being driven by business strategy.

  • Oracle awarded $1.3 billion in SAP lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. A jury has awarded Oracle US$1.3 billion in damages in its corporate theft lawsuit against SAP, a blow to the German applications vendor, which had argued it should pay just $40 million for the software stolen by its TomorrowNow subsidiary.

  • Why CIOs Should Friend CMOs

    Premium-Inhalt. Have you friended your chief marketing officer yet? If you're like most CIOs, I'll bet not. Being Best Friends Forever with the CMO is still a ways off your radar screen.

  • Why Onboarding at Salesforce.com Makes for Better Hires

    Premium-Inhalt. As CIO of Salesforce.com, Kirsten Wolberg leads the IT organization responsible for building and maintaining the global technology infrastructure and business applications for all employees and business units. Salesforce.com has a strong company culture and makes on-boarding a priority. For Wolberg, hiring the right talent and getting them productive quickly is key to delivering technology services to this rapidly growing, global company.

  • How One CIO Cured His Info Glut Woes

    Premium-Inhalt. Herbalife, a $2.3 billion company that markets nutrition, weight-management and personal-care products to 2 million global distributors, made key changes in its sales strategy over the last year that brought with them a big jump in the amount of data the IT group must manage. The info glut-more than 240 terabytes of data-required a new storage and management strategy.

  • Top Ten Business Predictions for 2011

    Premium-Inhalt. It's the time of year for bold and brazen predictions, so I'm jumping on the bandwagon with my forecast of the Top 10 trends, priorities and events of 2011:

  • Tim Berners-Lee criticizes Web leaders

    Premium-Inhalt. Tim Berners-Lee, credited with creating the Web, warns that social-networking sites, efforts to prioritize Web traffic and closed systems such as iTunes threaten the Web's capability to promote free speech and open doors to new scientific discoveries, in an essay published in Scientific American.

  • Two former students charged in university hack in Mo.

    Premium-Inhalt. Two former students at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of breaking into university databases and of stealing and attempting to sell personal data on about 90,000 UCM students, faculty, staff and alumni. Price for the data: $35,000.

  • Five Things CIOs Need to Know About Mobile Printing

    Premium-Inhalt. It's in demand. As mobile devices become more capable, users want the ability to print from them. Imagine an executive visiting a remote branch office and getting e-mailed a PDF of an important document to review. Which do you think he'd rather do: Ruin his eyes trying to read it on his 3-inch BlackBerry screen? Or send it to the nearest multifunction printer? Mobile devices are everywhere, and users increasingly expect to have the option to print when it's convenient.

  • Kodak EasyShare Software

    Premium-Inhalt. Almost as easy to use as its name implies, the (free) provides consumer-level tools for organizing, sorting, editing, and using your photos in a variety of ways. Though it is designed specifically to work with Kodak cameras and printers (and is supplied with most Kodak hardware), anyone can download it at no cost and use it with any camera or printer.

  • Free Tool Offered To Combat Firesheep Hackers

    Premium-Inhalt. If the news of Firesheep--a simple Firefox extension that allows anyone to over unprotected WiFi networks--has you worried, a free tool to protect you from Firesheep and its ilk released today by the Electronic Frontier Foundation is for you.

  • Windows Explorer Explained: What is Windows Explorer?

    Premium-Inhalt. Today I received an e-mail from a self-described novice user who's confused about Windows Explorer. He says he searched the Internet for information on how to use it--and came up empty.

  • Ex-Comverse CEO to forfeit $46M in backdating scandal

    Premium-Inhalt. The former CEO of networking software company Comverse Technology has agreed to forfeit US$46 million to help cover shareholder lawsuits against the company he founded.

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