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  • Wie gut ist Ihre Web-Seite?

    Web-Site-Award

    Noch bis zum 28 Februar können kleine und mittlere Unternehmen am NEG Website Award 2011 teilnehmen.  …mehr

  • Telekom startet Angriff auf Kabelnetzbetreiber

    Breitband-Konkurrenzkampf

    Auf die deutschen Kabelnetzbetreiber ist Telekom-Chef Rene Obermann nicht gut zu sprechen. …mehr

  • Windows Phone 7 soll am 8. März Update erhalten

    DoNo bringt Cut, Copy & Paste

    Wie mehrere Blogs erfahren haben, wollte Microsoft das Update für "Windows Phone 7" schon im Februar veröffentlichen. Der Termin wurde jedoch in letzter Sekunde verschoben. …mehr

  • Wikileaks-Aussteiger zeigt Abgründe auf

    Daniel Domscheit-Berg

    Überraschend persönlich wird Daniel Domscheit-Berg in einem Erfahrungsbericht über drei Jahre bei Wikileaks, über seine Erlebnisse mit dem Gründer Julian Assange.  …mehr

  • Groupon - für viele Firmen nur kurzfristig attraktiv

    Schnäppchendienst

    Als Gabriele Höft die Gutscheine für ein Frühstück in ihren Berliner Restaurants "Tomasa" ins Internet stellt, hofft sie auf ein paar hundert neue Kunden.  …mehr

  • Sonos Controller kommt auch für Android

    Premiere beim MWC

    Ab März bietet der Multi-Room-Musiksystemanbieter Sonos auch für das Google-Betriebssystem Android eine Controller-Software an.  …mehr

  • Fraunhofer warnt vor allzu sorglosem iPhone-Einsatz

    Sicherheitslücke

    Wegen einer Schwäche im Sicherheitsdesign sollten sich Unternehmen, die das Apple-Handy einsetzen, nicht einzig auf die Geräteverschlüsselung verlassen, so das Institut.  …mehr

  • "Game over" für "Guitar Hero"

    Activision zieht den Stecker

    Mit der Plastikgitarre einen Rockstar zu imitieren, ist aus der Mode gekommen.  …mehr

  • Microsoft ernennt Nachfolger für Bob Muglia

    Satya Nadella

    Microsoft hat Satya Nadella (43) zum President für die Sparte Server and Tools befördert.  …mehr

  • Mit Word alles im Griff

    Formatvorlagen und mehr

    In nur wenigen Minuten Word-Arbeiten erledigen, die normalerweise Stunden dauern? Mit unseren Tipps kein Problem. …mehr

  • HP setzt auf die webOS-Karte

    Smartphones, Tablet - und PCs

    Hewlett-Packard (HP) will das Betriebssystem webOS künftig auf einer breiten Palette von Geräten vom Smartphone über Tablet und Drucker bis hin zum PC einsetzen.  …mehr

  • Kaufinteressenten bieten Milliarden für Twitter

    "WSJ"

    Der Internet-Kurznachrichtendienst Twitter wird in Gesprächen mit Kaufinteressenten laut einem Zeitungsbericht mit bis zu zehn Milliarden Dollar bewertet.  …mehr

  • Cisco laufen die Kosten aus dem Ruder

    Mehr Umsatz, weniger Gewinn

    Der weltgrößte Netzausrüster Cisco, der als Barometer der IT-Branche gilt, hat im abgelaufenen zweiten Geschäftsquartal unter galoppierenden Kosten gelitten.  …mehr

  • Saas und Social Media treiben CRM-Markt an

    Gartner Trendanalyse

    Dem weltweiten CRM-Markt stehen rosige, zugleich aber unruhige Zeiten bevor, wie eine Trendanalyse des Marktforschers Gartner zeigt. Der Grund: Schlüsseltrends wie soziale Medien und Software-as-a-Service werden das IT-Markt-Segment gewaltig umkrempeln.  …mehr

  • So finden Sie das richtige Netzteil für PC und Server

    Ratgeber Stromverbrauch

    In einem Rechnersystem zählt das Netzteil zu den wichtigsten Komponenten. Leider lassen kryptische Angaben auf den Typenschildern Käufer oft mit ratlosem Gesichtsausdruck zurück. Wir zeigen Ihnen worauf Sie achten müssen, damit sie bei Angaben wie PFC, Combined Power oder 80 Plus nicht die Stirn in Falten legen.  …mehr

  • Google Translate - Übersetzungshilfe für Smartphones

    Die App des Tages

    "Google Translate" macht aus iPhone und Android-Handy einen - wenn auch nicht ganz perfekten - tragbaren universellen Übersetzer.  …mehr

  • Paragraf 32 korrekturbedürftig

    Datenschutzgesetz

    Vor kurzem hat das Bundeskabinett den Gesetzentwurf zum Arbeitnehmerdatenschutz beschlossen. Der Kölner Datenschutz-Rechtsexperte Professor Norbert Nolte aus der Kanzlei Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer rät Unternehmen im Exklusiv-Interview mit CIO.de, private E-Mails zu verbieten.  …mehr

  • Kaufrausch auf dem Storage-Markt

    Virtualisierungs- und Cloud-Trend

    Dell, EMC, HP oder NetApp wetteifern um die Übernahme kleinerer Speicherfirmen. Keiner will bei der kommenden Virtualisierungs- und Cloud-Welle zu kurz kommen.  …mehr

  • Externe Festplatte HyperDrive Hard Drive for iPad

    Gadget des Tages

    HyperDrive Hard Drive for iPad aus dem Hause HyperDrive bietet iPad-Nutzern die Möglichkeit Daten bequem auszulagern. …mehr

  • So wird der Nutzen der IT sichtbar

    IT-Value-Management

    IT-Value-Management ist in den meisten Unternehmen noch ein Buch mit sieben Siegeln.  …mehr

  • Dämpfer für Callcenter - wann Werbeanrufe verboten sind

    Gericht rügt fehlende Transparenz in Klauseln

    Die üblichen vorformulierten Einwilligungserklärungen von Verbrauchern zur Telefonwerbung sind unter bestimmten Umständen unwirksam.  …mehr

  • Mehrere Milliarden Statistik-Tests

    Speicher-System für Uni Leipzig

    Schnellere Datenauswertung und bessere Skalierbarkeit der Speicherinfrastruktur erhofft sich das Institut für Medizinische Informatik, Statistik und Epidemiologie der Universität Leipzig.  …mehr

  • HP TouchPad vs Motorola Xoom vs iPad: How They Stack Up

    Premium-Inhalt. To look at them, there's no much difference between the , (arriving later this month) and the Apple iPad. But if you look beyond the roughly 10-inch touchscreens, you'll find some significant differences.

  • Peppermint Ice Linux

    Premium-Inhalt. These days, if a desktop-focussed distribution wants to stand out from the pack of -wannabes it either needs to be especially slick or offer something a little bit different to the norm. Peppermint Ice falls into the latter category: It's a -derived (via Ubuntu), lightweight Linux distro that's designed for netbooks and has a strong focus on Web applications.

  • Defence signs five-year e-heath records contract with CSC

    Premium-Inhalt. The Australian Department of Defence has signed a five-year, $56 million information technology contract with CSC to develop and implement an electronic health information system for the Australian Defence Force.

  • Indigo Telecom makes ploy for satellite broadband

    Premium-Inhalt. Brisbane-based satellite communications provider Indigo Telecom is expected to launch a very small aperture terminal (VSAT) hub in coming months capable of utilising technology that would provide speeds competitive with current fixed line broadband connections at a lower cost than initially capable.

  • Maingear Vybe Super Stock

    Premium-Inhalt. The Maingear Vybe Super Stock ($1849 as of February 9, 2011) is an encouraging sign, representative of the changes we've seen on our . Though it's relatively small, it packs an impressive amount of power into its frame---without making compromises.

  • 4 Ways to Make LinkedIn Your Company's Best Friend

    Premium-Inhalt. Visitors to Websites tailored more toward business professionals than consumers are increasingly choosing to log in using their existing identities, said social tool provider on Tuesday.

  • Cisco revenues push to $10.4 billion in Q2

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco beat analyst estimates with its second-quarter earnings, posting revenue of US$10.4 billion and earnings per share, excluding expenses, charges and other items, of $0.37.

  • Will HP's TouchPad Rival the iPad? Wait and See

    Premium-Inhalt. HP unveiled details about its TouchPad Wednesday after weeks of rumors about the . It won't become available in retail stores until its ships at a yet-to-be announced date this summer. Any advantages the TouchPad might offer to small businesses compared to what the iPad and other competing tablets offer remain to be seen as well, of course.

  • GCIO: HK govt to launch cloud apps next few years

    Premium-Inhalt. The Hong Kong government is on track to deliver its cloud strategy this year, said the government CIO Jeremy Godfrey recently.

  • Virtualisation going mainstream

    Premium-Inhalt. Sumit Dhawan, vice president, desktop virtualisation, Citrix Systems, leads strategy and plans for Citrix's desktop virtualisation product line, Citrix XenDesktop. Dhawan has been one of the key leaders in driving product, marketing and go-to-market strategy for XenDesktop product and has positioned Citrix as a leader in the desktop virtualisation market. In his current role, Dhawan is also responsible for key strategic alliances for Citrix in the desktop virtualisation market, including partnerships with Microsoft, Cisco, NetApp, Dell and HP.

  • 'Intelligent Grid' a 2011 Energy Focus: IDC

    Premium-Inhalt. Combining electricity supply with modern computer and communications technology to create an 'intelligent grid' will be a key focus of the utility industry in 2011.

  • APNIC ready for IPv6 transition

    Premium-Inhalt. As the last blocks for IPv4 addresses have already been allocated, the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) said it is prepared for the transition to IPv6.

  • AOL-Huffington Post: The mediocre shall inherit the Web

    Premium-Inhalt. AOL's purchase of earlier this week is sticking in my gullet, and no amount of ratswill coffee will wash it down. I think it's because this deal is emblematic of everything that has gone wrong with the Internet over the last three years.

  • Commbank IT modernisation spending tips $1.1b

    Premium-Inhalt. The Commonwealth Bank (ASX:CBA) has flagged a "revised scope and costing" of its multi-year core banking modernisation program, tipping the scales at $1.1 billion.

  • Remains of the Day: Heads I win, tails you lose

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs wasn't always the man of steel that we know and love today--even he got nervous, once upon a time. Meanwhile, the iPod classic may be at death's door, an iPad survives a death-defying stunt, and a way to decide whether or not an iPhone 4 is for you--without boring you to death. The remainders for Wednesday, February 9, 2011 have both feet firmly out of the grave.

  • Magnetar: Space Fighter for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. The makers of , , weren't kidding when the company stated this game "breathed new life into the good old genre of space scroller." For a genre whose origins go as far back as the days of Atari à la Space Invaders, one would think the demand for shoot 'em up games have ceased--especially considering the more complex and sophisticated tastes of modern day gamers. However, Magnetar: Space Fighter is an entertaining and visually-intense game that manages to have a contemporary feel.

  • Has HP done enough to rival the iPad?

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard launched a slick-looking tablet computer on Wednesday based on a new release of its webOS, but the question many are now asking is, has HP done enough to steal some business from Apple's trailblazing iPad?

  • Robots Take To The Internet, Get Their Own Wikipedia

    Premium-Inhalt. Robots will soon be able to solve problems without the need for human input, as in the future our electronic friends will have their very own Web to surf.

  • Tasmania takes community issues to NBN Co

    Premium-Inhalt. The newly installed Tasmanian state Minister for Infrastructure, Development and Innovation has resolved to echo community concerns over the exact location of fibre and fixed wireless locations with NBN Co.

  • The changing security battlefield

    Premium-Inhalt. Over the years, I have heard some of the leading thinkers in the intelligence and military fields talk about history, as they often do. They turn and gaze back on the fields in which wars were won and lost, and discuss what caused those victories or defeats.

  • Ornate, Extravagant Champignon Italic Fonts

    Premium-Inhalt. Sorry to overshare, but as the season of valentines approaches I've been on the hunt for a graphic Cyrano de Bergerac; a font made to whisper poetry while I bashfully stand off to the side hoping that this year I wrote the perfect rhyme. Prospects were looking grim until Canadian Typographer showed up with free font Champignon and its flirty brother, Champignon Swash (). The designer's italic duo seems destined for romancing, even though the style's background is all business.

  • Will the Smartphone Replace the PC?

    Premium-Inhalt. It would be hard to imagine a world completely devoid of PCs. But as smartphones continue to skyrocket in popularity and some people have already abandoned their desktops in favor of their do-it-all handsets, rumblings of a PC-free future abound.

  • Night Dragon brings security vulnerabilities into boardroom

    Premium-Inhalt. A hacking operation dubbed 'Night Dragon' has targeted energy organisations, using tried-and-tested intrusion methods to steal intellectual property related to oil field exploration and bidding plans, according to security company, McAfee.

  • Atheros, Marvell to push fast 11n into phones

    Premium-Inhalt. The fast, high-capacity Wi-Fi that users have been enjoying for a few years in laptops is now due to hit smartphones and tablets in a big way, with two major Wi-Fi chip makers announcing products that use IEEE 802.11n with multiple antennas.

  • Flash Player upgrade features HD video

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe Systems began shipping this week , featuring a Stage Video capability providing a hardware-accelerated pipeline for "best-in-class" video across browsers and platforms.

  • Facebook's New Pages: A Hands-On Tour

    Premium-Inhalt. It's Thursday, and that can mean only one thing: It's time for yet another Facebook design change.

  • Microsoft SharePoint: 5 Tips for Keeping Content Private

    Premium-Inhalt. From its humble beginnings as a repository for Office documents to its current role as a hulking enterprise-wide information portal, Microsoft's SharePoint Server suite has always been about content.

  • Four Corners to air Wikileaks investigation

    Premium-Inhalt. An ABC on Monday, February 14, will explore the role of US Army Private Bradley Manning in publishing of classified US government documents and videos.

  • Facebook Privacy: 4 Valuable Yet Hard to Find Settings

    Premium-Inhalt. According to a USA Today/Gallup Poll released this week, 70 percent of Facebook members are "somewhat" or "very concerned" about their privacy. Take into account the site's and it's easy to see why: a , prevalent and keep Facebook users on their toes.

  • Avaya offers virtual meetings, SaaS-style

    Premium-Inhalt. Avaya this week updated its and started offering it in a software-as-a-service model.

  • Apple cuts iPhone costs by $5 for Verizon version

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple cut component costs of the Verizon iPhone by about $5, a decrease of about 3% compared to what Apple pays now for the parts in the iPhone 4 that runs on AT&T's network, an analyst at electronics research firm IHS iSuppli said today.

  • Be.ez LA robe Air 11

    Premium-Inhalt. For many—most?—owners of the 11-inch MacBook Air, size and weight are of paramount importance. So you don’t want to weigh down the laptop with bulky, heavy protection. On the other hand, many of the are, like the Air itself, compact—if you’ve got a bunch of other gear to carry, you’re out of luck. A more-flexible option is a laptop sleeve that protects the Air inside another bag, large or small.

  • Verizon iPhone 4 Debut: The Big Fizzle

    Premium-Inhalt. The Apple Store in Walnut Creek, Calif., a shopping mecca 30 miles east of San Francisco, seemed overstaffed today, as employees served only a handful of customers. There were no lines. In fact, no one was even milling around the Verizon iPhone table. Three employees rushed me as I entered.

  • Apple cuts iPhone costs by $5 for Verizon version

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple cut component costs of the Verizon iPhone by about $5, a decrease of about 3% compared to what Apple pays now for the parts in the iPhone 4 that runs on AT&T's network, an analyst at electronics research firm IHS iSuppli said today.

  • Virtualization takes center stage in Windows service packs

    Premium-Inhalt. As the first for 7 and Windows 2008 R2 ship Feb. 22, they will bring better capabilities to the operating systems.

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