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  • Jennifer D'hom ist erste deutsche BPM-Meisterin

    BPM-Championship

    Die erste deutsche Business-Process-Management-Championship ist entschieden. Gewonnen hat das spannende Finale Jennifer D'hom von der Rewe Touristik GmbH.  …mehr

  • Revolution in 140 Zeichen

    Twitter wird fünf

    Nachrichtenticker, Gerüchteküche, Befindlichkeits-Barometer. Twitter hat viele Gesichter.  …mehr

  • Marktforscher sehen wachsenden Markt für E-Books

    GfK

    Marktforscher sehen mit der zunehmenden Verbreitung der sogenannten Tablett-PCs einen wachsenden Markt für das E-Book auch in Deutschland. …mehr

  • Samsung will 2011 weiter zulegen

    Nach Rekordjahr

    Der südkoreanische Technologiekonzern Samsung will 2011 sein Rekordergebnis aus dem vergangenen Jahr trotz steigenden Wettbewerbsdrucks noch übertreffen. …mehr

  • Datenklau beim Security-Spezialisten RSA

    SecurID gefährdet?

    Eigentlich geben Firmen ja viel Geld aus, um den externen Zugriff auf ihre System mit "SecureID"-Technik von RSA extra sicher zu machen.  …mehr

  • Kartellamt verbietet Videoplattform deutscher Privatsender

    "Deutsches Hulu"

    Das Bundeskartellamt hat die geplante Online-Videoplattform der privaten TV-Konzerne ProSiebenSat1 und RTL endgültig untersagt. …mehr

  • HP will mit webOS neu angreifen

    Connectivity

    Personal Computer und Server, Drucker und Digitalkameras, Netztechnik und Software-Lösungen: Hewlett-Packard (HP) bietet von allen IT-Konzernen das breiteste Angebot. …mehr

  • Keine Angst vor versteckten Kosten

    Technical Debt

    In den Applikationsportfolios von Unternehmen lauern aufgrund erheblicher Qualitätsmängel enorme versteckte Kosten - über deren Zusammensetzung weithin Uneinigkeit herrscht. Der IT-Dienstleister CAST will mithilfe einer weltweiten Datenbank "Technical Debt" nun nach objektiven Kriterien berechnen.  …mehr

  • IAEA veröffentlicht Folien zum AKW Fukushima

    Japan

    Die Internationale Atomenergieorganisation (IAEA) hat Dokumente ihrer Lagebesprechung zum Unglückskraftwerk Fukushima ins Internet gestellt. …mehr

  • "Liberty-Award"-Preisträger - "Manchmal packt mich die Wut"

    China

    Der mit dem "Liberty Award" ausgezeichnete dpa-Korrespondent in Peking, Andreas Landwehr, findet die politische Lage in China bedrückend. …mehr

  • "New York Times" kostet im Internet wieder Geld

    Paywall mit Lücken

    Die "New York Times" macht ernst: Das zu den renommiertesten Zeitungen der Welt gehörende Blatt kostet von sofort an im Internet wieder Geld. …mehr

  • Zuerst Entwickler, dann Tester

    Karrierestart

    Compuware-Personalchef Klaus Dufner hält nicht viel davon, als Softwaretester ins Berufsleben einzusteigen.  …mehr

  • Verbraucherzentrale warnt vor Telefonsex-Rechnungen

    Bohemia Factoring

    Eine Firma mit Postfachadresse in Hessen hat nach Erkenntnissen der hessischen Verbraucherzentrale bundesweit Rechnungen für nie in Anspruch genommene Telefonsex-Dienstleistungen verschickt. …mehr

  • Tipps für die Zertifizierung

    Weiterbildung

    Was gilt es zu beachten, damit sich Zertifikate auch lohnen? Antworten auf solche Fragen gibt der "IT Survival Guide" von Yasmine Limberger.  …mehr

  • Sony Vaio VPC-EC3L1E/WI im Test

    17-Zoll-Notebook

    Das sieht ja gut aus: Das große Notebook Vaio VPC-EC3L1E/WI strahlt in hellem Weiß. Ob es auch andere Qualitäten besitzt, klärt der Test.  …mehr

  • Buffalo MiniStation Lite USB 3.0 640 GB im Test

    Externer Energie-Effizienzkünstler

    Die Buffalo MiniStation Lite USB 3.0 640 GB verpasst haarscharf den Testsieg in der 2,5-Zoll-Klasse. Warum das externe USB-3.0-Laufwerk nur zweiter Sieger ist, verrät der Test.  …mehr

  • Kabellose Bluetooth-Tastatur für iPad und iPhone

    Gadget des Tages

    Die neue kabelllose Blootooth-Tastatur von Verbatim richtet sich an iPad- und iPhone-Nutzer die auch mobil effizient arbeiten möchten. …mehr

  • Wer ist der Beste im Business Process Management?

    BPM-Championship 2011

    Erleben Sie live mit, wer das Finale der ersten deutschen Championship im Business Process Management für sich entscheidet.  …mehr

  • Die besten Bilddatenbanken

    Kostenlose Bilder

    Gutes Bildmaterial muss nicht teuer sein. Lesen Sie, welche Bilddatenbanken es sogar kostenlos zur Verfügung stellen. …mehr

  • Die besten VoIP-Dienste

    Skype & Co.

    Egal ob schnelles Telefonat oder Audio-Konferenz - VoIP-Dienste können das Leben erleichtern und bares Geld sparen. …mehr

  • 32 Jahre mobile Spielekonsolen

    Rückblick

    Vor 32 Jahren erschien auf dem Markt die erste mobile Spielekonsole. Wir werfen einen Blick auf die ersten Modelle, die eine Ära der mobilen Unterhaltung einläuteten, die bis heute noch eine große Anhängerschaft hat. …mehr

  • So klappt die Migration auf IE9

    Unternehmen in der IE6-Falle

    Wegen proprietärer IE6-Anwendungen scheuen viele den XP-Abschied. Doch mit der richtigen Strategie gelingt die Migration auf Windows 7 und IE9 oder IE8.  …mehr

  • 18 praktische iPad-Apps für den Alltag

    Office, Video, Fotos

    Egal, ob Sie sich gerade das iPad 1 gekauft haben, oder noch ein paar Tage auf das iPad 2 warten wollen: Diese 18 Apps gehören auf jeden Fall aufs Tablet.  …mehr

  • Will iPad 2 supplies be hurt by Japanese quake?

    Premium-Inhalt. The 2 may be another victim of the Japanese earthquake, warns a technology research firm. The reason: the tablet uses a range of components from Japanese vendors, who face supply, manufacturing, and shipping challenges in the quake's aftermath.

  • LightSquared reports on GPS testing process

    Premium-Inhalt. LightSquared has begun planning for GPS interference tests that will determine whether it can roll out a combination satellite-LTE mobile data network and issued the first of several required monthly reports on the process.

  • RSA warns SecurID customers after company is hacked

    Premium-Inhalt. EMC's RSA Security division says the security of the company's two-factor SecurID tokens could be at risk following a sophisticated cyber-attack on the company.

  • Remains of the Day: So happy to tether

    Premium-Inhalt. It's the day after Thursday, and tomorrow is Saturday. You know what that means: it's either time to watch , or read your remainders for Friday, March 18 2011.

  • Twitter Scam Betrays Users' Lack of Savvy

    Premium-Inhalt. Security firm Sophos is , and that a significant number of people have already fallen for it.

  • BlackBerry Office 365 Is Win-Win for IT Admins

    Premium-Inhalt. Research in Motion (RIM) officially announced plans for a free (BES) for customers using Microsoft's Office 365. The free BES --hosted by RIM--will enable IT admins to monitor and maintain BlackBerry devices while letting RIM handle the tedium of the backend infrastructure.

  • Samsung SDI to pay fine for price fixing in CRT case

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung SDI has agreed to plead guilty and pay a US$32 million fine for its involvement in a price-fixing controversy related to color tubes used in computer monitors, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Friday.

  • Why Amazon Should Sell a Tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. When will introduce a full-fledged tablet, one built to compete with the Apple iPads and Motorola Xooms of the world? As the Internet's top retailer--and one with a highly successful track record in the e-reader/e-book space--Amazon is in an excellent position to expand beyond today's Kindle audience and compete for a larger share of a growing tablet market.

  • Wall Street Beat: Quake rocks tech stocks

    Premium-Inhalt. The devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11 took a tragic toll on human life but also rocked markets this week, sending shares of businesses, including technology vendors, on a rollercoaster ride.

  • Four steps to take if your business depends on RSA SecurID tokens

    Premium-Inhalt. With the about RSA's SecurID technology, large businesses should the two-factor authentication deployment is supposed to protect, a risk management expert advises.

  • MESSENGER Becomes the First Spacecraft to Orbit Mercury

    Premium-Inhalt. When NASA's left Mercury in 1974, the probe left scientists scratching their heads about the nature of the innermost planet. Why is Mercury so dense? Is its outer core really molten? How does it hold onto its thin, tenuous atmosphere made of helium, sodium, and other lightweight elements?

  • AT&T: No More Unofficial Data Tethering

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T is cracking down on jailbroken iPhone users who tether their phones to other devices for free.

  • NewerTech NuShelf lets you mount your Mac mini

    Premium-Inhalt. For those who find the or similar products too restrictive in the content they support, using a Mac mini as a home media server connected to your can be a great alternative.

  • 15-in. MacBook Pro: Same look, more speed

    Premium-Inhalt. Let's get this out of the way first thing: Apple's new MacBook Pro line of laptops, and almost lost in the din of publicity around , do not -- repeat, do not -- use flawed Sandy Bridge processors.

  • Slice HD for iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. Watch your fingers, or will cut them off. The gruesome iPad puzzle game, by , simultaneously tests your dexterity, your patience, and your stomach's fortitude. This violent game is not complex, but it does a great job at tricking you into thinking it is.

  • Study: Mac App Store Good for Developers and Gamers

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's may not have a lot of software compared to its iOS counterparts--but a recent study finds there's still a lot to love about the Mac App store if you're a developer.

  • JavaFX rich client environment due to hit public beta this spring

    Premium-Inhalt. JavaFX 2.0, an upgrade to the Java-based rich client application environment , is due to move to a public beta phase this spring with general availability planned for later in the year, Oracle said on Friday.

  • iOS 4.3 Web performance differences a security matter

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the lesser-known improvements in the is a significant boost in the speed of Safari’s JavaScript performance, thanks to the incorporation of the Nitro engine used in the Mac OS X version of Apple’s Web browser. However, a  have claimed that the performance of Web apps and apps that embed a Web browser in iOS 4.3 is significantly worse than that of Apple’s own Mobile Safari Web browser.

  • Get People Together With Windows Live Groups

    Premium-Inhalt. In today's work world, building a team often has less to do with the actual people in your company and more to do with the ad-hoc pool of talent that contributes to any given project. So, while enterprise tools are great, they're often ineffective for bringing a loose-knit team together because freelancers, contractors, and consultants don't typically have access to the same network and tools. One good solution that works well for groups of independent workers is .

  • Gingerbread 2.3.3 Ported to Sony Xperia X8

    Premium-Inhalt. Although Gingerbread 2.3.3 is steadily rolling out to particular cellphone providers and their handsets, there are still companies that are not so sure about offering the Android update. One of these companies for instance is Sony, but that hasn't stopped the developers over at XDA creating their own ROM to port the software over to various devices, such as the Sony Xperia X8.

  • Set up Find My iOS device on your iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. At one time or another, most of us have experienced that moment of panic upon realizing that we don't remember where our iPhone or iPad is. Thankfully, included in the bag of tricks for these technological marvels is the ability to tell you where they are. All it takes on your part is a little forethought.

  • Pass-Through Corporate Structure Is Under the Gun

    Premium-Inhalt. Financial executives of companies that are organized as pass-through entities may want to pay attention to the recent goings-on in Washington. At several hearings earlier this month before both the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Committee on Finance, experts have testified on the roles -- both positive and negative -- that these companies play in American business. They've also offered their thoughts, pro and con, on the tax policies applicable to pass-throughs.

  • HTC Arrive: An Average WP7 Phone

    Premium-Inhalt. adds another to its ranks with its first CDMA offering, the on Sprint. The Arrive (Price TBA with a new two-year contract) is not the best looking phone out there, but its dazzling screen will draw quite a few eyes.

  • Microsoft urges Office users to block Flash Player attacks

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft yesterday urged users of older Office suites to install and run a complicated tool to protect themselves against ongoing attacks exploiting an unpatched bug in Adobe's Flash Player.

  • Sun.com name could fetch Oracle $1 million

    Premium-Inhalt. Last year, when Oracle purchased Sun Microsystems, it got a wealth of customers, technologies and personnel for its US$7.4 billion. It also obtained one of the choicest domain names on the Internet, Sun.com.

  • Top Story: Final Mass Effect 2 DLC on March 29

    Premium-Inhalt. This morning's Top Story is the news that Mass Effect 2's gradually-lengthening saga is finally coming to a close with the final piece of DLC.

  • Did hackers nab RSA SecurID's secret sauce?

    Premium-Inhalt. RSA is scrambling to reaffirm that the strength of its SecurID technology is not diminished.

  • Verisign signs on for upcoming 24-hour IPv6 trial

    Premium-Inhalt. Verisign is the latest major Internet player to sign up for World Day, a 24-hour trial of the next-generation Internet Protocol that is scheduled for June 8.

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