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  • SAP steigert 2010 Umsatz und bereinigten operativen Gewinn kräftig

    Erwartungen übertroffen

    Europas größter Softwarehersteller SAP hat 2010 dank einer Übernahme und einer hohen Nachfrage deutlich mehr umgesetzt. …mehr

  • Firmen neigen zu blindem Aktionismus

    Social Web

    Social Media ist der Web-2.0-Trend des Jahrzehnts. …mehr

  • Online-Geschäft rettet der Buchbranche das Jahr 2010

    Börsenverein

    Der florierende Online-Handel hat die Buchbranche im vergangenen Jahr vor dem Schlimmsten bewahrt. …mehr

  • Scopevisio baut sein Portfolio aus

    Buchhaltung in der Cloud

    Das Cloud-Startup Scopevisio, spezialisiert auf Buchhaltungslösungen für kleine und mittlere Unternehmen, hat sein Angebot um die Module CRM, Faktura, Anlagenbuchhaltung und BI ausgeweitet.  …mehr

  • Datenschützer-Website bricht selbst Datenschutz-Regeln

    Panne

    Datenschutz-Panne bei den Hamburger Datenschützern - ausgerechnet. …mehr

  • Wiki-Watch nimmt auch englische Enzyklopädie in den Blick

    Viadrina-Projekt

    Zum zehnten Geburtstag der Wikipedia hat das Projekt Wiki-Watch seine Qualitätskontrolle auf die englischsprachige Ausgabe der Online-Enzyklopädie erweitert. …mehr

  • Der unerwartete Siegeszug der Wikipedia

    Zum Zehnjährigen

    Dass die Wikipedia funktioniert, ist auch zehn Jahre nach ihrer Gründung ein Rätsel. …mehr

  • iPad macht dem PC-Markt zu schaffen

    Apple-Tablet

    Tablet-Computer, bislang primär das iPad von Apple, bereiten dem klassischen PC-Geschäft zunehmend Probleme. …mehr

  • Matthias Kurth hat nichts gegen zwei Geschwindigkeiten im Netz

    Regulierer

    Deutschlands Chefregulierer Matthias Kurth kann sich ein Internet der zwei Geschwindigkeiten vorstellen. …mehr

  • Media-Saturn unter Erfolgsdruck

    Metro-Elektronikmärkte

    Die Metro-Elektronikmärkte stehen unter Erfolgsdruck. Die Geschäfte in Deutschland sind durch Internet-Konkurrenz kein Selbstläufer mehr. …mehr

  • Apple veröffentlicht iPhone- und iPad-Update

    iOS 4.3 Beta 1

    Die erste Beta-Version von iOS 4.3 für Entwickler bestätigt die Gerüchte über die Hotspot-Funktion, deutet aber auch an, dass Apple die Unterstützung für weitere ältere Modelle einstellt. …mehr

  • Digitale Registrierung scheitert an Sonderzeichen

    Neuer Personalausweis

    Bei den neuen Personalausweisen (nPA) treten Probleme mit bestimmten Schreibweisen von Namen auf.  …mehr

  • SAP stellt 2011 kaum neue Mitarbeiter ein

    Sparen für Oracle?

    Der Walldorfer Softwarekonzern SAP will trotz anziehender Konjunktur auch 2011 auf Neueinstellungen weitgehend verzichten.  …mehr

  • Wann kommt das Portal 2.0?

    Collaboration

    Web-2.0-Features halten auch in Portalsoftware Einzug. Doch es hapert an der Integration von Diensten und Anwendungen.  …mehr

  • Bei Catering-Kosten gemogelt - Rauswurf rechtens?

    "Gefälligkeitsquittung" vorgelegt

    Wer seinem Arbeitgeber eine falsche Quittung über Bewirtungskosten vorlegt, muss mit arbeitsrechtlichen Konsequenten rechnen.  …mehr

  • 5 Management-Ratschläge für Virtualisierung

    Forrester und Gartner

    Virtuelle Server und Cloud Computing werden die IT zwar nicht völlig umkrempeln. Aber Organisation und Management müssen sich stark ändern, sagen Analysten.  …mehr

  • Mitarbeitersuche via Facebook

    Recruiting 2.0

    Mittlerweile begeistern sich auch Personalabteilungen für die Social-Media Plattform. Viele Firmen versuchen dort mit potenziellen Bewerbern ins Gespräch zu kommen.  …mehr

  • Kalender-App - nicht nur zum Ausdrucken

    Die App des Tages

    Mit "CalPrint" von EuroSmartz Ltd. kann der Nutzer eines iPhones oder iPads bestehende Kalendereinträge (Exchange, iCal, Google Kalender etc.) besser einsehen und bearbeiten.  …mehr

  • Die besten Tablets der CES 2011

    Marktübersicht

    Auf der Internationalen Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas wurden über 80 Tablets präsentiert, von iPad-Klonen bis hin zu komplett eigenständigen Entwürfen. Hier die interessantesten Exemplare.  …mehr

  • Intel records revenue and profit gains in Q4

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Thursday said it wrapped up a strong fiscal 2010 with profit and revenue gains in the fourth quarter, and predicted a strong fiscal year 2011.

  • Predictions 2011: The year data pays

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia Siemens Networks provides Vodafone's 3G mobile infrastructure in New Zealand and is working with Kordia/FX Networks/Woosh on their bid for the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI). Country manager Andrew Button offers his view on what's in store for the local ICT industry in 2011.

  • UK's MCV Posts Allegeded PSP2 Details

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this morning, UK gaming industry publication MCV posted alleged details of Sony's forthcoming PSP 2. It certainly made interesting reading!

  • Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. has been updated, ported to different consoles, and re-released in some form or fashion over half a dozen times, and for good reason; series creator Ed Boon has called it his of the 2-D Mortal Kombat games, and many consider it to be one of the best entries in the entire franchise. This new iOS remake by is an improvement in some ways, but on the whole is not the ultimate way to play Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.

  • Former TSA contractor gets two years for damaging data

    Premium-Inhalt. A former U.S. Transportation Security Administration contractor will serve two years in prison for messing with sensitive government databases used to identify terrorists as they try to enter the U.S.

  • Jon Stewart: Long national iPhone nightmare is over

    Premium-Inhalt. The Daily Show led off Tuesday night's episode with a segment during which host Jon Stewart celebrated the "Freedom!!!" now being offered Apple iPhone users who want to switch from AT&T's network to Verizon's.

  • Logitech Revue Jailbreak Not for the Faint of Heart

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking to jailbreak a Logitech Revue? You better get your soldering irons ready and brush up on your electrical engineering. on how to jailbreak Logitech's Google TV-based set-top box, and, well, if you've never worked with electronic circuitry before, you may want to pass on this hack.

  • Remains of the Day: All Verizon, all the time

    Premium-Inhalt. Let's face it: the big news of the week is . So I'm going to give up pretending there was anything else worth covering. Read on for the dirty background secrets on Verizon and Apple's deal, the AFL-CIO's opinions on Big Red, and Jon Stewart's impassioned monologue about carrier freedom. The remainders for Wednesday, January 12, 2010 are five bars strong.

  • 'Patriot Act' phishing e-mails resurface, FDIC warns

    Premium-Inhalt. Scammers are trying to steal banking information using fake e-mails that look like they've come from the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the FDIC warned Wednesday.

  • Magnets in Skunk Juice Headphones Protect Your Player

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever have your headphones on and then got them caught on something while moving, causing them to rip out of your ears? It looks like are a solution to this problem. They use the same basic concept that MacBook chargers use, a magnetic connection that comes free when tugged too hard, but with . This lets them break free easily without damaging the 3.5mm headphone jack.

  • Mozilla Exec: Firefox 4 Will Arrive in February

    Premium-Inhalt. Firefox 4 is nearly ready for release, a recent post on Mozilla's developer mailing list suggests.

  • Verizon iPhone: Stop me if you've heard this one before

    Premium-Inhalt. We're not even two weeks into the new year and we've already enjoyed our first completely overhyped story of 2011: .

  • New skills needed for cloud computing: Survey

    Premium-Inhalt. Contract negotiation skills are one of the top three required abilities for information security professionals dealing with cloud computing, according to new research.

  • Myspace For Sale? Who Would Want to Buy Myspace?

    Premium-Inhalt. Start saving up your cash, compadres: Myspace is officially up for grabs.

  • Apple updates Epson drivers for Snow Leopard

    Premium-Inhalt. Falling squarely into the "title says it all" department, Apple on Thursday released an updated set of Epson printer drivers for Snow Leopard users.

  • Global IPv6 test flight geared for 8 June, 2011

    Premium-Inhalt. Internet heavyweights Google, Facebook, Yahoo! are among a number of major Web companies in support of World IPv6 day, slated for 8 June 2011.

  • HP Envy 17 3D: 3D Movies on the Go

    Premium-Inhalt. I took a close look at HP's last September and found a lot to like, plus a few issues that bugged me. So it goes with most products--there's no perfect laptop. Now HP's refreshing the Envy 17, adding a new display and stereoscopic 3D capability.

  • Seas0nPass Aims to Make Apple TV Jailbreaking a Breeze

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember the hack for the Apple TV that allowed you to ? The guys over at are back with a whole new free hack, this time aimed at simplifying the jailbreaking process for the second-generation Apple TV.

  • Man stole nude photos from women's e-mail accounts

    Premium-Inhalt. A California man has pleaded guilty to charges that he

  • 15 Best iPhone Apps for Newbies

    Premium-Inhalt. For years, many have longed to own an iPhone, only to be turned off by AT&T's dodgy network. The wait is over: A Verizon iPhone 4 will hit the market Feb. 10. So what will you download first? Here are 15 can't-miss iPhone apps.

  • Samsung Blocking OTA Update on T-Mobile

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung is blocking an over-the-air update to its Android Vibrant smartphone in order to pump up sales of the unit's successor, the Vibrant 4G+.

  • Help By Leo Walks You Through Software Help

    Premium-Inhalt. You wouldn't judge a book by its cover, and you shouldn't judge a piece of software by its name. Especially when it sports a name like Help by Leo. If you can overlook the hokey moniker, you just might be impressed by this interactive help tool. It's certainly not perfect, but (free for personal use) is pretty darn helpful.

  • Cloud Makes Capacity Planning Harder: 3 Fight-Back Tips

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the issues we focus on in conversations with companies evaluating moving to cloud computing is the importance -- and challenge -- of capacity planning in a cloud environment. The bottom line is that cloud computing is going to make capacity planning much more difficult for CIOs who intend to maintain all or most of their company's computing in internal data centers. Moreover, utilization becomes a highly risk-associated topic as utilization risk is shifted onto the cloud operator.

  • Dell services chief to leave company

    Premium-Inhalt. Dell said Thursday it has replaced the head of its US$8 billion services business, which it built up in late 2009 through its acquisition of Perot Systems.

  • BlackBerry Dakota Signals RIM's Desperation

    Premium-Inhalt. Images and --the impending flagship smartphone from Research In Motion (RIM)--have emerged. The Dakota is packed with features as RIM struggles desperately to regain lost ground and compete with the Apple iPhone and the rising Android invasion.

  • DOJ may pounce on Google's ITA acquisition

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Justice is looking into challenging Google's plan to buy travel software company ITA Software, according to reports.

  • Mobile device management in an age of paranoia

    Premium-Inhalt. don't look particularly dangerous. But in the wrong hands, they can cause serious damage to a company's finances, reputation, and even long-term survivability. And those "wrong hands" aren't always the folks on the wrong side of the law.

  • Windows on verge of dropping below 90% market share

    Premium-Inhalt. is on the verge of dropping below 90% market share, with and tablets posing an increasingly serious threat to 's dominance of the operating system market.

  • Apps stores may succeed at the expense of SaaS

    Premium-Inhalt. New Zealand Computer Society CEO Paul Matthews says 2011 threatens to be another year of major change for the ICT sector in New Zealand and abroad, but not necessarily as expected. So, what does he think the year will really bring? Here are his top predictions for 2011.

  • There's Never Been a Better Time to Upgrade RAM

    Premium-Inhalt. In case you haven't noticed, memory prices . As such, I've been busily upgrading every computer I can get my hands on. For example, my 2009 MacBook Pro has been maxed-out to 8GB, which involved buying two 4GB SODIMM modules. The cost? Just $97. I dare say I could have got them even cheaper if I'd shopped around.

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