Zurück zum Archiv

Meldungen vom 04.03.2011

  • Tarifkonflikt bei der Telekom eskaliert

    Sattelberger appelliert an ver.di

    Der seit Wochen anhaltende Tarifkonflikt bei der Deutschen Telekom hat an Schärfe zugenommen. …mehr

  • Blauer Engel soll Label für Green IT werden

    CeBIT - Umweltgütesiegel

    Auf der CeBIT haben Verbraucherschützer Gerd Billen und Volker Teichert, Vorsitzender der Jury Umweltzeichen, gefordert, dass der Blaue Engel die höheren Weihen eines Labels für Green IT bekommt.  …mehr

  • VMware virtualisiert das Smartphone

    CeBIT

    Die amerikanische Software-Firma VMware hat auf der CeBIT eine Technik vorgestellt, mit der sich die berufliche und private Handy-Nutzung voneinander trennen lassen. …mehr

  • T-Systems füllt Führungsteam wieder auf

    Zwei Manager rücken auf

    Hagen Rickmann steigt auf zum Leiter Service auf. Ulrich Meister wird Geschäftsführer Systems Integration.  …mehr

  • MovingIMAGE24 präsentiert Videomanager 5

    CeBIT

    MovingIMAGE24 zeigt in Hannover die neue Version 5 des "Videomanager", einer Online-Videolösung für Unternehmen aus der allgegenwärtigen Cloud. …mehr

  • Eleven stellt neue Version seiner E-Mail-Archivierung vor

    CeBIT 2011 – Mit Outlook-Plug-In

    Verbesserte E-Mail-Vorschau und erweiterte Suche sollen mehr Benutzerfreundlichkeit garantieren. Ein Outlook-Plug-In ermöglicht die Integration in Microsofts E-Mail-Lösung. Außerdem wurde das Userinterface überarbeitet und die Speicheroptionen flexibler gestaltet.  …mehr

  • Comarch schließt Financials-Entwicklung ab

    Rechnungswesen für Semiramis

    Nach zweijähriger Entwicklungszeit hat Comarch zur CeBIT sein neues Rechnungswesen für Samiramis präsentiert und damit eine Lücke im ERP-System gestopft.  …mehr

  • Olympische Sicherheit aus der Cloud

    Managed Service

    Ursprünglich für die Olympischen Spiele in China entwickelt, ist Atos High Performance Security (AHPS) auch für weniger sportliche Organisationen verfügbar.  …mehr

  • Microsoft sichert Cloud-Betrieb

    CeBIT 2011 - Framework und Zertifizierung

    Als Cloud-Computing-Anbieter stellt Microsoft höchste Ansprüche an sich selbst, was IT-Sicherheit anbelangt. Die Kombination aus einem sicheren Framework und wiederholter Selbstanalyse soll Anwenderbedenken der Vergangenheit angehören lassen.  …mehr

  • SP1 für Windows Server 2008 R2 und Windows 7

    Dynamic Memory und RemoteFX

    Mit dem Service Pack 1 Beta 1 für Windows Server 2008 R2 und Windows 7 stellt Microsoft eine Version des System-Updates zum Testen bereit. Für Windows Server 2008 R2 bringt das SP1 die neuen Funktionen RemoteFX und Dynamic Memory mit, für Windows 7 bleibt es bei einer reinen Patch-Sammlung.  …mehr

  • Wordpress.com von Hackern attackiert

    Blogger-Plattform

    Die Blogger-Plattform Wordpress.com ist Ziel einer massiven Hacker-Attacke gewesen, die möglicherweise politische Motive hatte. …mehr

  • Wie Sie Datenmissbrauch vermeiden

    Acht Tipps zum Passwort-Management

    Mitarbeiterentlassungen erhöhen das Risiko des Datendiebstahls - die Sicherung kritischer Firmeninformationen ist daher besonders wichtig. Lesen Sie, wie Sie gravierende Sicherheitslücken schließen. …mehr

  • Bewertungsplattform Yelp will in Deutschland expandieren

    CeBIT

    Die Bewertungsplattform Yelp weitet ihr Geschäft in Deutschland aus. …mehr

  • 25 falsche Tuning-Tipps für XP und Vista

    Tempo-Märchen im Web

    Lahme Festplatten, überladene Registry und überflüssige Windows-Dienste - die Gründe für langsame PCs sind vielfältig, doch nicht alle Tuning-Tipps bringen etwas.  …mehr

  • Anruf & SMS Filter - Virtuelle Vorzimmerdame für Android-Handys

    Die App des Tages

    "Anruf & SMS Filter" von eDroid Apps ermöglicht es, störende Anrufe und SMS einfach zu blockieren.  …mehr

  • Starthilfe für IT-Manager

    Neu im Führungsjob

    Eine Beförderung schmeichelt. Viele IT-Mitarbeiter wünschen sich mehr Gehalt oder den höheren Status. Doch ohne Vorbereitung fühlen sich frischgebackene Führungskräfte schnell überfordert.  …mehr

  • MSI Digi Vox Trio

    DVB-T-Stick im Test

    Der MSI Digi Vox Trio ist ein leistungsfähiger DVB-T-Stick. Neben dem DVB-T-Signal empfängt der Stick auch das digitale DVB-C-Signal inklusive HDTV-Sender. …mehr

  • Server-Fernwartung effizient einsetzen

    Remote Management Strategien

    Ständige Verfügbarkeit und das Überwachen der unternehmenseigenen IT-Infrastruktur gehören zu den zentralen Aufgaben einer IT-Abteilung. Der steigende Kostendruck zwingt IT-Abteilungen, ihr Infrastruktur-Management ständig zu optimieren. Ein effizientes Remote-Management eine Lösung.  …mehr

  • Samsung WB2000 im Test

    Auch für RAW-Aufnahmen

    Das Design der Samsung WB2000 erinnert an die vielgelobte, aber mittlerweile eingestellte NV-Serie des Herstellers. Lesen Sie im Test, ob auch die Bildqualität mithält. …mehr

  • Die iPad-Nachfolger unter der Lupe

    iPad 2, Xoom, PlayBook, WebOS

    2011 leisten sich viele Tablet-Hersteller einen erbitterten Kampf um die Marktführung. Wir zeigen Ihnen schon jetzt die Details der kommenden Tablet-Generation.  …mehr

  • SSD-Test - OCZ IBIS mit Turbo-Schnittstelle

    Top-Transferraten durch vier Controller

    OCZ preist mit der IBIS eine Solid State Disk als 3,5-Zoll-Laufwerk mit vier SandForce-Controllern an. Für die hohe Performance ist ein HSDL-Interface mit zugehöriger PCI-Express-Karte notwendig. Im Test überzeugt die SSD durch hervorragende Transferraten - es gibt jedoch eine Alternative.  …mehr

  • E-Mail in der Cloud sicherer

    Studie: Cloud versus On Premise

    Wer Mails mit cloud-basierten Lösungen schützt, erreicht mehr Sicherheit als beim Einsatz von Kauf-Software. Das behaupten zumindest die Analysten von Aberdeen. …mehr

  • Das Wichtigste zur Künstlersozialabgabe

    Prüfung trifft viele Unternehmen unvorbereitet

    Die Verantwortlichen in Firmen sollten sämtliche Stolperfallen im Blick haben und konsequent gegensteuern.  …mehr

  • Die besten Messefotos

    CeBIT 2011

    Wir präsentieren Ihnen noch mehr beeindruckende Bilder von der weltgrößten IT-Messe. …mehr

  • Wall Street Beat: Tablets, big data shape IT economics

    Premium-Inhalt. News from Apple and Teradata along with various economic forecasts this week show that at seemingly opposite ends of the technology-product spectrum, non-PC mobile devices and IT capable of handling extremely high volumes of data are major forces shaping the economics of the computer industry.

  • IBM fires back at Oracle in middleware fray

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM is returning fire to Oracle in an increasingly heated battle over who has the faster stack of middleware.

  • Taiwan researchers turn to silk for flexible e-devices

    Premium-Inhalt. Researchers at a Taiwan university said on Thursday they had found a way to use silk membranes in flexible electronic devices and started talks with manufacturers about adopting the unusual but cheap material.

  • Cloud, mobility will drive revenue, Juniper says

    Premium-Inhalt. Juniper Networks reaffirmed its long-term forecast for annual revenue growth of 20 percent or more as it met with financial analysts on Thursday following two big product-line introductions.

  • Smart Move, Holding Off on IFRS

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. may be among the last holdouts when it comes to implementing International Financial Reporting Standards. (Currently, 123 jurisdictions out of 174 with domestic listed companies either allow or require the use of IFRS, according to .) But the nation’s wait-and-see approach has its benefits. Among the most important, at least for companies faced with implementing IFRS: the ability to learn from the implementations that have taken place.

  • Recent events at Apple suggest genuine push for Mac security

    Premium-Inhalt. Just last week news broke that Apple was offering copies of its yet-to-be released 10.7, or Lion, operating system to security researchers and soliciting their feedback.

  • Informatica CFO Fry Sees a Cloud Bringing IT, Finance Closer

    Premium-Inhalt. Earl Fry thinks of himself as the next generation of financial executive. As CFO for data integration software and services firm , NASDAQ traded as INFA, he not only oversees IT, but is compelled to be an active participant in the organization's technology decisions.

  • iPad vs. iPad 2: We compare Apple's two tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's hotly anticipated has finally been unveiled, but is it that much better than its predecessor?

  • New Zealand among first countries outside US to get iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple ended months of speculation today by announcing the release of the iPad 2, and New Zealand will be among the first countries in the world, outside the US, where it will go on sale.

  • Epson releases Stylus Photo R3000 photo printer

    Premium-Inhalt. Epson has launched its most advanced inkjet photo printer, the . The Stylus Photo R3000 includes automatic switching between individual black ink cartridges depending on the printing media, allowing optimal results on both matte and glossy paper stock.

  • Remains of the Day: Four for four

    Premium-Inhalt. Everybody loves Apple. . But especially . Meanwhile, Apple acquires another trademark, and the inspiration for Apple's Smart Covers may be all wet. The remainders for Thursday, March 3, 2011, are just dipping their toes in the water.

  • Apple iPad platform to dominate to 2015: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. With Apple's launch of the second version of its iPad, research house Ovum predicts that it will take until 2015 for devices running Google's Android platform to catch up.

  • GDC: Nexon Mobile gives green flag to KartRider Rush

    Premium-Inhalt. Amidst the fast-paced conference environment at the Game Developers Conference Thursday, developer and publisher announced that it plans to release an equally swift-moving title in the iOS App Store. KartRider Rush (a mobile derivative of the popular Korean racing game, KartRider) will be available this month. Not only does KartRider Rush look like good cartoonish fun, but this racing title is completely free to play.

  • Mail Perspectives brings compact view to Mail

    Premium-Inhalt. Want to keep an eye on your e-mail without juggling windows just to fit Mail on your display? Indev on Thursday released , the feature-packed successor to its popular for Mail.

  • Top Story: New Grand Theft Auto on the way?

    Premium-Inhalt. A bit of Internet investigation has uncovered the rumor that Grand Theft Auto V may well be on the way. This evidence -- and its subsequent retraction -- is your Top Story this morning.

  • Last.fm app adds personal profile, events features

    Premium-Inhalt. Last.fm has released that includes all sorts of new features, including the ability to create your own profile page based on your unique musical tastes, a local events section for concerts and shows near you, and improved search capabilities and functions.

  • Nobody's Watching Your Business? Security Systems Can

    Premium-Inhalt. Need to watch your business 24/7? It's impossible for any one person to do the job, but a can show you what's happening in your office or store no matter where you are.

  • Left to Spend for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. There are many ways to keep a personal budget, but by is one of the simplest methods around. The iPhone app is designed to be as basic as possible, while allowing you to quickly keep track of your daily spending.

  • What's Mysterious about Target-Date Funds: Too Much

    Premium-Inhalt. Given the continued growth of target-date funds within many retirement plans, it appears clear that both plan sponsors and participants need to know how the funds work. But it's also clear that they don't know now, as a recent study by the Government Accounting Office reveals.

  • Gartner observes strong sales for Asia Pacific server market

    Premium-Inhalt. Gartner observed a continuation of positive momentum in the Asia Pacific server market during the fourth quarter of 2010 that ended on 31 December 2010.

  • Does Facebook change the messaging landscape?

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook recently announced a messaging product that promises seamless messaging, conversation history and a social in-box, nothing short of a new way to communicate, regardless of the channel —SMS, e-mail, IM or chat. The Social Inbox will only contain messages from Friends and Friends of Friends, with other messages being routed to the 'Other' Folder.

  • Wordpress whacked for second day by DDoS attack

    Premium-Inhalt. For the , blog-hosting giant WordPress.com suffered a that it was able to cut off quickly. The motive remains a matter of speculation.

  • SaaS working group up and running

    Premium-Inhalt. The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) launched a Security as a Service working group at the RSA conference in February, to help organizations evaluate and implement security solutions provided via the SaaS model.

  • Facing the MobileMe Calendar upgrade

    Premium-Inhalt. MobileMe subscribers, who joined prior to October 1, 2010, can currently choose between the old Calendar service and the new one based on CalDAV. More precisely, if you still use the old service, you are not required to upgrade to the new one. This option is about to change. A : "On May 5, 2011, MobileMe will transition to the new Calendar service. You must upgrade to the new Calendar to maintain calendar syncing between your devices and to continue accessing your calendar at me.com."

  • Two-man team directs Juniper's innovation

    Premium-Inhalt. To the storied names of Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, Steve Jobs and Tim Cook, add Kevin Johnson and Pradeep Sindhu.

  • National Day of Unplugging is Here: Will You Join In?

    Premium-Inhalt. Starting Friday March 4 at sundown, people across the U.S. will turn off their smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other tech gizmos. Better yet, they'll leave them off for 24 hours, during which time they'll try to interact more with friends and family--without the aid of texting or social networks.

  • SonicWall CEO: App awareness crucial for security

    Premium-Inhalt. SonicWall once focused on small and midsize businesses, but its introduction earlier this year of a next-generation firewall line dubbed SuperMassive leaves no doubt that the company is now taking aim at larger enterprises. In fact, the privately-held San Jose company's CEO, Matt Medeiros, says the enterprise market accounted for nearly half of SonicWall's sales over the past six months. In this installment of the IDG Enterprise CEO Interview Series, Medeiros spoke recently with IDG Enterprise Chief Content Officer John Gallant and InfoWorld Editor-in-Chief Eric Knorr.

  • GameSamba goes tribal with Cocolani Island

    Premium-Inhalt. When you're shipwrecked on an island, it's good to have friends. On Wednesday, game publisher announced the open beta of , a free-to-play massive multiplayer online game. In the game, you pick a tribe, learn skills, solve puzzles, and help your friends dominate the competition.

  • Are We Really Living in a Post-PC World?

    Premium-Inhalt. Among the many ear-catching bot mots issued forth from Steve Jobs recently is the assertion that we're living in, or at the very least entering, the post-PC era. It started last year at the , when the Apple CEO said that PCs are going to be "like trucks" in that they'll still be around and useful for certain work, but only a smaller percentage of the users will need one. More recently at the launch, Jobs re-confirmed this post-PC mantra.

  • Thin provisioning optimizes storage utilization and reduces costs

    Premium-Inhalt. While provisioning all the capacity of an external disk to a given application, known as full provisioning, ensures the app has plenty of growth potential, it results in poor utilization rates, a costly problem that can be addressed with thin provisioning technology.

  • Use your Mac without a mouse

    Premium-Inhalt. Power users work their Macs faster than regular folk do for a variety of reasons. More important than a speedier processor is a speedier computist. Since your fingers are nearly always on the keyboard, controlling your computer that way—instead of taking your hands off the keys to control your mouse—can put you into the upper echelon of efficient Mac users.

  • Redshift -- Astronomy for iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. is a $12 universal planetarium app. Like the awesome , this app from aims to bring the entirety of the nighttime sky onto your iOS device. It's amazing.

  • Intel hopes to boost cloud gaming with ray tracing

    Premium-Inhalt. A new technology from Intel called ray tracing could bring lifelike images and improved 3D effects to games on tablets and other mobile devices.

  • Developers like Tweet Button, want better analytics

    Premium-Inhalt. Developers and publishers who have adopted Twitter's say the tool is beneficial in letting their site readers and application users conveniently share links on Twitter, but that some features can be improved, including its analytics data and mobile functionality.

  • You don't know tech: InfoWorld news quiz

    Premium-Inhalt. It takes a lot to upstage Steve Jobs unveiling yet another magical device, yet the Apple CEO and the iPad 2 were outdone by an insane, drug-addled actor on a media bender. The Charlie Sheen show dominated much of the news on the InterWebs this week, but it wasn't the only thing going on. "The Social Network" added some friends in Tinsel Town, taking home three Oscars. Google cleaned up its Android act, slightly, while finding new ways to frustrate Gmail users. And Libyan rebels found new ways to circumvent censorship imposed by despotic madman Moammar Gadhafi. Do you have what it takes to topple our quiz master? Give yourself 10 points every time you get one right. Now go out there and ...

Zurück zum Archiv