"Als ich nach einem sechswöchigen Krankenhaus- sowie Reha-Aufenthalt zurückkam, musste ich feststellen: Einige meiner Stammkunden sind zu anderen IT-Dienstleistern gewechselt. Warum, kann ich mir nicht erklären. Auch meine Mitarbeiter wissen nicht, woran es liegen kann, dass uns jetzt wichtige Auftraggeber fehlen. Was kann ich tun? Habe ich noch eine Chance, diese Kunden zurückzugewinnen?" …mehr
Um dem klassischen Telefon Goodbye zu sagen, ist nicht unbedingt ein multimediales Kommunikationsterminal erforderlich. Schon ein Headset kann genügen. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. At first glance the Asus G73SW seems to get its inspiration from the F-117 Nighthawk stealth bomber. It's all angles, with a matte-black finish that looks both understated and killer at the same time.
Premium-Inhalt. Poor Research in Motion. No matter what the company does, it just can't seem to drum up excitement for its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
Premium-Inhalt. If you've already got your new iPad in hand, you're probably looking for new ways to look at it, listen to it, or keep it powered up. Here's this week's look at the latest products for making your new tablet all it can be. (If you're looking for the latest in iPad 2 cases, check out our ; we'll have another case roundup tomorrow.)
Premium-Inhalt. When your workday is an amorphous blob of equally important to-do items, it can be challenging to pick one task and focus on it effectively long enough to get it done. But if you commit yourself to working on just one thing for a set period, you can take control of your time and free your mind from distractions.
Premium-Inhalt. Chris Beck wants to find out if there are unauthorized users on his wireless network.
Premium-Inhalt. has agreed to pay $7.5 million to purchase a block of 666,624 IPv4 addresses from bankrupt Canadian telecom equipment maker Nortel in a move that some see as a signal of the increasing value of IPv4 addresses.
Premium-Inhalt. The Haier HL46XSL2 LED edge-lit LCD HDTV retails for around $850 (as of March 18, 2011), making it a good deal for a . But you get what you pay for: This TV posted mediocre scores in both performance and design, and it's fairly bare-bones features-wise.
Premium-Inhalt. Are your iTunes tracks heading cloudwards? We may find out as soon as next month. Elsewhere, Kodak faces off in a "say cheese" battle against Apple and RIM, and the iPad's glass is put to the test. The remainders for Friday, March 25, 2011 will bend before they break.
Premium-Inhalt. A startup founded by a former Citrix executive is aiming to help customers move Exchange mailboxes to either Google Apps or Microsoft's own cloud.
Premium-Inhalt. A perfunctory, noncommittal statement about made by an anonymous FCC "official," is being widely interrupted by anyone with a computer keyboard as an official FCC .
Premium-Inhalt. Google Music is so close to reality, you can almost smell the vapor.
Premium-Inhalt. An improving economy should be spurring CFOs to hire workers to handle the increased business that their companies are experiencing lately. But conducted in conjunction with the latest Robert Half Financial Hiring Index finds that finance executives are being extremely cautious about how they increase headcount.
Premium-Inhalt. Oracle, Red Hat and Micron earnings, along with good macroeconomic news, are pumping oxygen into tech stocks after the tragic March 11 earthquake in Japan disrupted markets worldwide.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has expanded , displaying real-time Twitter messages on Bing's News section and simplifying the sharing of Bing entertainment content on Facebook.
Premium-Inhalt. Texting has come a long way.
Premium-Inhalt. With some mobile operators making it difficult for people to use data services while roaming on their networks, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission is now working to develop a rule that would require them to negotiate reasonable data roaming deals with other operators.
Premium-Inhalt. The chief executive of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) said today that any transfer of IPv4 addresses from one organization to another will need to be compliant with established ARIN policy.
Premium-Inhalt. Asus is finally delivering on a promise to launch its Eee Pad Transformer Convertible Android tablet/laptop. The dockable tablet went on sale in Taiwan Friday costing between $500 and $700. No word yet when the Transformer becomes available here in the U.S. Asus originally said April 2011. I'm not holding my breath.
Premium-Inhalt. To many in the business community they are "vulture capitalists," not venture capitalists. VCs -- their critics contend -- seize opportunities improperly, and exploit the weaknesses they detect in people they are dealing with. But shows some in a more favorable light, suggesting that "high-quality VCs" can substantially improve financial reporting in the critical period surrounding an IPO, for example.
Premium-Inhalt. I'm a technology enthusiast -- and not ashamed to admit it.
Premium-Inhalt. A large crowd assembled at Toronto's upscale to welcome the iPad 2 as it made its official Canadian debut at the Apple Store there on Friday. By 3:30 p.m. the line had reached approximately 150 people--some of whom had lined up overnight in the face of sub-zero temperatures--with more hopefuls continuing to arrive in anticipation of the 5 p.m. launch.
Premium-Inhalt. Capcom has received some 100,000 requests for a Darkstalkers revival, but there's still a ways to go before they're willing to green-light it.
Premium-Inhalt. After years of making accommodations for such platforms as and , the Eclipse Foundation will return to its Java roots this June
Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo's Thinkpad X220 ultraportable, replacing the X201, is sure to be a hit with fans--as well as most everyone else. It's fast, light, has a great 12.5-inch display, and continues the company's tradition of superb input ergonomics with an innovative button-less touchpad and long-stroke keyboard. It also offers excellent battery life that you can stretch to a whopping 23 hours with a bottom-mounted battery slice. The downside? Not much really. The boxy, business-like appearance and somewhat cluttered keyboard deck might lack the sex appeal some users are looking for.
Premium-Inhalt. Speculation is rising that has ambitious goals for the living room, where it's currently that stream Internet content to your HDTV.
Premium-Inhalt. NetQin Mobile on Friday denied reports that claimed it had deliberately installed viruses on customers' mobile phones along with its antivirus software and then charged customers to remove the malware.
Premium-Inhalt. Hold on to your hats, because the next social media revolution has arrived. A startup called Color for its blissfully simple location-aware picture sharing service.
Premium-Inhalt. Is "smart government" an oxymoron? Information technology isn't completely intuitively smart (yet), and governments don't typically get accused of being smart, but put the two together and I think there's a real chance it could happen. Make that SHOULD happen. The government IT market is one of the largest vertical markets globally, and for good reason. Governments are trying to get smart by being efficient and effective at what they do. While they have a mixed track record of success, I think they're on the cusp of making some measurable landmark achievements in the quest for truly smart government. How do we know?
Premium-Inhalt. Apple received good and bad news from the U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday.
Premium-Inhalt. Computer maker MSI is getting serious about goofing around with two new high-performance laptops aimed at entertainment junkies and gamers. Thursday MSI announced its GX680 system, a high-end gaming laptop with a quad-core processor and up to 16GB of RAM. On the gaming front MSI announced the CR650, the company's first laptop to use the new AMD Fusion processor.
Premium-Inhalt. When most people think of identity theft, it's credit card transaction fraud or perhaps a criminal taking out a car loan or a mortgage in someone else's name. What doesn't always come to mind is someone and then using those to obtain needed medical care, or selling those credentials on the underground market.