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  • Oracle vs. SAP: Wer wird Milliardär?

    PAC-Kommentar

    SAP muss dem Kontrahenten Oracle 1,3 Milliarden Dollar wegen Verletzung von Urheberrechten überweisen, haben die Richter in Kalifornien entschieden. Ein Kommentar zum Urteil im Rechtsstreit zwischen Oracle und SAP von Tobias Ortwein, Analyst bei Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC).  …mehr

  • Augsburger Aktienbank wechselt das Kernbanksystem

    Großprojekt abgeschlossen

    Die individuell entwickelte Lösung konnte den steigenden Anforderungen der Investment-Bank an Schnelligkeit und Flexibilität nicht mehr nachkommen.  …mehr

  • IT-Compliance in der Prozessindustrie

    Mangelnde Umsetzung

    Die Prozessindustrie unterliegt als Branche mit hoher Produkt- und Kundenverantwortung besonderen Anforderungen von gesetzlicher Seite hinsichtlich des Umwelt- und Konsumentenschutzes. Um diesen zu genügen, müssen auch auf IT-Seite Dokumentationsmöglichkeiten geschaffen werden. Inwieweit diese umgesetzt sind, soll Kern der folgenden Betrachtung sein.  …mehr

  • Larry Ellison - Enfant Terrible in der Soap Opera

    Oracle-Boss

    Lawrence "Larry" Ellison nimmt kein Blatt vor den Mund. Seit Jahrzehnten gilt der Gründer des Datenbank-Unternehmens Oracle als Enfant Terrible der IT-Branche. …mehr

  • Produktdatenmanagement in der Praxis

    RAAD-Studie

    Das Produktdatenmanagement ist einer der zentralen Bausteine bei der Umsetzung eines Product-Lifecycle-Managements. Zwei Drittel der Unternehmen in der deutschen Fertigungsindustrie setzen eine solche Lösung als Schnittstelle zwischen technischer IT (CAx) und betriebswirtschaftlicher IT ein.  …mehr

  • Facebook lässt "Face" als Marke schützen

    "Lamebook" gesperrt

    Das Online-Netzwerk Facebook hat das englische Wort "Face" (Gesicht) in den USA als Marke schützen lassen. …mehr

  • Bisher zwei Millionen Beatles-Songs bei iTunes verkauft

    Fab Four

    Die Beatles sind auch 40 Jahre nach ihrer Trennung doch noch kein alter Hut. …mehr

  • Haspa muss 200.000 Euro Bußgeld zahlen

    Datenschutz

    Die Hamburger Sparkasse (Haspa) muss 200.000 Euro Bußgeld zahlen. Sie hatte unter anderem externen Vertrieblern Zugriff auf Kundendaten gewährt.  …mehr

  • Sechs Kriterien für die Entscheidungsfindung

    Open Source versus Closed Source

    Der Entschluss für oder wider Open Source sollte sich an Innovationsfähigkeit, Support, Sicherheit, Leistung, Preis und Unternehmensgröße orientieren. …mehr

  • Acer kündigt Smartphones und Tablets mit Android an

    Für 2011

    Acer hat gestern auf einer Pressekonferenz in New York neue Tablets und Smartphones für 2011 vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Motorola konkretisiert Update-Pläne für Milestone und Defy

    Android 2.2

    Motorola hat seine Update-Pläne zu Android 2.2 konkretisiert. …mehr

  • Telekom will mit Mobilfunk CO2-Ausstoß verringern

    Kooperation mit GTZ

    Die Deutsche Telekom will zur Förderung nachhaltiger Umweltprojekte ihre Zusammenarbeit mit der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) ausbauen. …mehr

  • Ur-Apple kommt für 133.250 Pfund unter den Hammer

    Wertanlage

    Keine schlechte Geldanlage: Einer der ersten Apple-Computer ist am Dienstag für 133.250 Pfund (gut 155.000 Euro) versteigert worden. …mehr

  • "Google-Steuer" in Frankreich rückt näher

    Online-Werbung

    Mit einer "Google-Steuer" will Frankreich von den Umsätzen in der Internet-Welt profitieren. …mehr

  • Zwei Aufbaukurse für ehrgeizige IT-Profis

    Weiterbildung für Informatiker und Controller

    Ein Aufbaustudium mit Master of Business-(MBA-)Abchluss und eine Ausbildung zum Business Intelligence Engineer bietet die Graduate School Rhein-Neckar ab Anfang nächsten Jahres an.  …mehr

  • iPad krempelt Geschäftsmodelle um

    Gartner

    Nach Meinung der Experten von Gartner werden das iPad und andere Tablet-Rechner die Art und Weise wie Technik künftig genutzt wird, fundamental verändern. Darauf müssten sich auch die CEOs einstellen.  …mehr

  • Energieschleuder PC

    Studie von Bitkom und Deutsche Bank Research

    Der PC-Segment ist größter Emittent in der ITK-Branche. Das geht aus einer aktuellen Studie des Bitkom-Beratungsinstituts Green IT hervor, die gemeinsam mit Deutsche Bank Research durchgeführt wurde.  …mehr

  • SAP muss Oracle $1,3 Milliarden zahlen

    Urteil im TomorrowNow-Prozess

    Entscheidung im Datenklau-Prozess: SAP muss dem US-Rivalen Oracle wegen Urheberrechtsverletzung 1,3 Milliarden Dollar zahlen. …mehr

  • Virtualisierung - Die schnellsten Server

    Virtualisierungs-Benchmarks

    Mehr Performance ist in Servern stets gefragt, besonders seit die Workloads zunehmend in virtuellen Maschinen laufen. Entsprechend preisen sowohl die CPU- als auch die Server-Hersteller ihre Produkte als beste Virtualisierungslösung an. Wir bieten Ihnen die Performance-Rangliste.  …mehr

  • Wann ist ein Kündigungsschreiben wirksam?

    Durchlesen unter Anwesenden reicht aus

    Ein Schriftstück muss unter bestimmten Bedingungen dem Empfänger nicht zum dauerhaften Verbleib übergeben werden. . …mehr

  • Arbeitsspeicher clever aufrüsten

    DDR4 vs. DDR3

    PC-Speicher wird teurer, aber auch schneller, stromsparender und größer. Außerdem steht die DDR4-Technik vor der Tür. Wir sagen Ihnen, ob sich das Warten auf die neuen Module lohnt und wann der beste Zeitpunkt für den preisgünstigen Speicherkauf ist. …mehr

  • Das beste 22-Zoll-TFT-Display

    Vergleichstest

    22-Zoll-Displays erfreuen sich dank niedriger Preise und hoher Auflösung weiterhin großer Beliebtheit. Wir stellen die besten Modelle vor. …mehr

  • Test - Asus Eee PC 1015PEM

    Doppelt so viel Kerne - doppelt so gut?

    Mehr Power für Netbooks? Jetzt kommen die ersten Mini-Notebooks mit Doppelkern-Prozessor auf den Markt. Lesen Sie, ob der Asus EeePC 1015PEM im Test punkten konnte. …mehr

  • Personalengpässe lassen sich auf Dauer nur intern beseitigen

    IT intim - Die Sorgen der CIOs

    Sie sagten einmal, im Handel sei es schwer, qualifiziertes IT-Personal zu bekommen. Inwiefern hat sich die Situation entspannt?  …mehr

  • Herz-Kreislauf-Training fürs Projektgeschäft

    Buchtipp

    Der Mathematiker Bernhard Scheurer hat seine 30-jährige Projekterfahrung zu Papier gebracht - ein Plädoyer für neue Denkansätze.  …mehr

  • Smartphones sabotieren Security

    Gefahr durch mobile Apps

    Smartphones in der Business-IT sind ein Sicherheitsrisiko. Grund dafür sind Qualitätsmängel in der Software.  …mehr

  • PamFax Sends, Receives Faxes Without a Machine

    Premium-Inhalt. I hate--yes, literally hate--fax machines. Every time a contractor asks me to fax back a form, I bristle. But with , you can keep Luddites in the loop for about $6 per month (free download, service is priced in euros), and receive unlimited faxes yourself, with no annoying ads--and no annoying fax machine.

  • Android apps to get content ratings

    Premium-Inhalt. Apps in the Android Market will display content ratings starting in a few weeks, Google said Wednesday.

  • Will videoconferencing replace the telephone?

    Premium-Inhalt. In a famous exhibit at the 1964 World's Fair in New York City, , a that allowed two people to see each other while they talked over the telephone network. Six years later, the device was still in trials.

  • The Golden Gobblers: Biggest tech turkeys of 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Think of it as an appetizer before the big meal on Thursday. For the fourth year, I'm trotting out my nominations for the biggest turkeys of tech.

  • Gov't rules out changes to GST on overseas online purchases

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Government has ruled out applying the Goods and Services Tax (GST) to overseas online purchases of under $1000 in the short term despite pressure from Australian retailers to do so.

  • Acer Veriton VN282G Desktop PC

    Premium-Inhalt. The Acer Veriton N282G is a sleek, versatile, business-oriented . Our review model, priced at $449 (as of November 23, 2010), features a 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 processor, 2GB of installed RAM (upgradeable to 4GB), and an integrated Nvidia Ion 2 GPU. The system also sports a 320GB hard drive and is equipped with the 32-bit version of Windows 7 Professional.

  • News Service Proposed by Twitter Co-Founder

    Premium-Inhalt. A news organization with 175 million reporters around the world? Not quite. But the co-founder of Twitter, , wants to harness the membership of the microblogging service to create the ultimate grassroots news organization.

  • Telkom SA, Telecom Namibia pull back from foreign expansion

    Premium-Inhalt. African operators' bid to expand their geographical footprint has been set back, after Telkom South Africa and Telecom Namibia announced they are pulling out from Nigeria and Angola, respectively.

  • Windows Explorer Explained: Where to Find It

    Premium-Inhalt. Yesterday I (which is not the same as Internet Explorer, mind you), the Windows file manager that many a novice user has found mysterious, confusing, and just plain hard to find.

  • Police: College employee stole from students to fight HIV

    Premium-Inhalt. A 19-year-old employee of a Rochester, New York, community college stole thousands of dollars from students' online accounts because he needed the money "to find a cure for HIV," according to investigators.

  • Black Friday Alert: $89 Kindle 2

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've been waiting for a sub-$100 e-reader, the wait is over Friday.

  • WA Treasury looks to shared servers, storage sourcing

    Premium-Inhalt. The Western Australia Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF) has moved to set up a whole-of-government sourcing arrangement for government agencies to procure x86 based servers and data storage services.

  • HP Photosmart eStation e-All-in-One

    Premium-Inhalt. You've got to hand it to HP: When the company decides to rethink printing, it thinks big. Its Photosmart eStation e-All-in-One weds a fast, capable color with a unique extra: the Zeen, a removable touchscreen control panel running the Android 2.1 operating system and offering some limited, tablet-PC-like functionality, including Web browsing and e-reading. At a time when both tablets and Android are hot topics, however, the Zeen seems to be than HP may have desired. Whether the Zeen helps sell more Photosmart eStation e-All-in-One mother ships is uncertain--especially at $400 (as of November 23, 2010). The , another game-changing MFP, has similar appeal and qualifications.

  • Ubuntu Will Begin Updating Daily, Report Says

    Premium-Inhalt. may shift from updating every six months to updating every day, according to a report Tuesday in The Register.

  • Lexmark's Genesis Inkjet Multifunction Printer

    Premium-Inhalt. Lexmark can't be faulted for modesty in picking the lofty name of Genesis for its groundbreaking new . The price is similarly ambitious at $400 (as of November 23, 2010)--far more than most home or small-office users would typically pay for an MFP. Is it worth the money? As with the equally innovative and expensive , that depends on how much you want the gadgets tacked onto the machine.

  • Sprint's Sanyo Zio: A Safe Bet on Android

    Premium-Inhalt. The Sanyo Zio delivers exactly what you’d expect from a down-market Android phone. You get the Android experience (), but in a way that's a little harder to control. You can download Android apps, but the phone's slow processor can't always run them quickly and smoothly--and the same goes for video. You get the idea.

  • Readers Sound Off: Best new iOS 4.2 features

    Premium-Inhalt. is with you, dear readers, not only to give you more ways to stay on top of the latest Apple news and reviews, but also to hear what you think. To do so, we're launching a new series of polls on Facebook, the Internet's largest water cooler. I posted our latest poll Tuesday to find out what your are, and the results are in.

  • Opera upgrades mobile browser for Symbian

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking to speed up browsing on the Symbian platform, Opera Software released on Wednesday Opera Mobile 10.1 for Symbian/Series 60 phones, offering faster JavaScript performance, the company said.

  • 7 Great iPhone 4 Cases to Protect Your Smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. CIO.com's Al Sacco turned to the Twitterverse in search of the best lightweight and unobtrusive, yet protective iPhone 4 cases. Here are seven Apple-smartphone cases that fit the bill.

  • Attack of the robot floor cleaners

    Premium-Inhalt. My friend Anne-Marie Merritt has an amusing tale about her Mac getting pregnant in her newly created blog "Context Sensitive" (with the wonderful URL "argc.blogspot.com"), and I thought the may amuse you Mac people.

  • Employees armed with Facebook, smartphones among biggest company boosters

    Premium-Inhalt. Employees are more likely to advocate for their companies if they’re optimistic about technology, though IT pros themselves aren’t especially big corporate boosters according to a new Forrester Research study.

  • The Seventh Annual Gibbs Golden Turkey Awards

    Premium-Inhalt. Well, it's that time of the year again … yes folks, it's time for the Seventh Annual Gibbs Golden Turkey Awards which recognize those individuals, companies or entities that don't, won't, or can't come to grips with reality, maturity, ethical behavior, and or social responsibility because of their blindness, self-imposed ignorance, thinly veiled political agenda, rapaciousness and greed, or their blatant desire to return us to the Dark Ages.

  • Attachmate to retain Novell Unix copyrights

    Premium-Inhalt. Novell's copyrights for the Unix operating system will remain under Attachmate's control as part of the companies' pending merger, a Novell spokesman said Wednesday.

  • Microsoft nabs OpenStreetMap founder

    Premium-Inhalt. As part of an initiative to leverage the OpenStreetMap project for its own Bing Maps, Microsoft has hired OSM founder Steve Coast, the company announced Tuesday.

  • Netflix turns from Oracle, IBM to Amazon to save cash

    Premium-Inhalt. Netflix moved some of its most crucial IT operations over to Amazon Web Services' Elastic Compute Cloud in order to save money and gain flexibility compared to using more Oracle software and IBM iron.

  • Mark Wahlberg confirms lead role in Uncharted movie

    Premium-Inhalt. Actor Mark Wahlberg confirms that he has been tapped to play the lead role in a movie based on Naughty Dog's popular third-person action game Uncharted.

  • Top 5 Free Google Apps Add-ons For Business

    Premium-Inhalt. Google launched its Apps Marketplace , effectively inviting companies to create business software for the cloud that would sit alongside the standard set of Google Apps.

  • Access the Bios when your PC shows a blank screen

    Premium-Inhalt. QUESTION I'm unable to access the Bios on my PC and instead see a blank screen. I haven't altered any settings, so what could be the problem? Les Bostock

  • Mobile browser used more than desktop version with 18 to 27s

    Premium-Inhalt. Nine in ten (90 percent) of 18 to 27 years olds use their mobile phone browser more than a desktop browser on a PC when it comes to surfing the web, says .

  • Twitter Tips: Enabling Mobile Notifications; Vital Shortcuts

    Premium-Inhalt. When you're on a business trip, running errands or on vacation, you probably don't have the same access to a computer as you do during the workday. But if you tweet on the go or like to keep up with outside of work, mobile access to Twitter is essential.

  • Apple-1 goes for $213K in Christie's auction

    Premium-Inhalt. Christie's auction house in London today sold an Apple-1 computer for 133,250, or $213,600.

  • Flexible screens on the way for E-readers

    Premium-Inhalt. Flexible screens as thin as a piece of paper may be available for e-readers by early next year thanks to a project from Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and licensee AU Optronics, one of the world's largest LCD screen makers.

  • Company uses collaboration, open source for online success

    Premium-Inhalt. Fostering a collaborative environment while delivering social media and SEO solutions through open source platforms has been vital to the success of Brisbane based company, Reading Room.

  • 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 no more than $40 million for the software stolen by its TomorrowNow subsidiary.

  • Remains of the Day: It's not a doll, it's an action figure

    Premium-Inhalt. We knew Steve Jobs was a man of action--but an action figure? Also, apparently still cares about the Beatles, and a grassroots movement attempts to convince Apple to do things their way. Yeah, that'll go well. The remainders for Tuesday, November 23, 2010 are in mint condition.

  • 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.

  • Droid 2's Processor Upgrade Is Nothing More Than a Typo

    Premium-Inhalt. When holiday promotional e-mail from Verizon listed the Motorola Droid 2 as having a 1.2GHz processor, we were mystified. Among the listed specifications of the was a 1GHz TI OMAP processor. But the Droid 2 Global has a 1.2GHz processor so was the Droid 2 getting some sort of upgrade? Or was it simply a mix-up by Verizon? When the side-by-side as having 1.2GHz processors, we decided to investigate.

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