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  • "SaaS sorgt für mehr Integrationsprojekte"

    Paul Hermelin, Capgemini

    Paul Hermelin, CEO der Capgemini-Gruppe, sprach mit CW-Redakteur Joachim Hackmann über die Herausforderungen für IT-Service-Provider.  …mehr

  • ProduKey liest Lizenzschlüssel von Windows und Office

    Kleine Helfer

    Sie wollen einen Rechner neu aufsetzen oder Office-Anwendungen umziehen? ProduKey hilft bei den Lizenzschlüsseln. …mehr

  • Dienstleister nutzen E-Commerce eher passiv

    Vertrieb

    Die elektronische Beschaffung von Vorleistungen ist unter Dienstleistern deutlich weiter verbreitet als der Online-Vertrieb.  …mehr

  • Europäische TK-Branche setzt auf Schwellenländer

    PwC-Studie

    In der europäischen TK-Branche hat das Geschäft mit Übernahmen und Beteiligungen laut einer Studie von PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) im vergangenen Jahr deutlich an Schwung gewonnen.  …mehr

  • Dualcore-Chips mit 2 Gigahertz kommen 2012

    PC-Leistung in der Hand

    Samsung hat bestätigt, dass für das Jahr 2012 ein Smartphone mit einem 2 Gigahertz schnellen Dualcore-Prozessor geplant ist.  …mehr

  • Oracle verabschiedet sich von OpenOffice

    Freigelassen

    Der amerikanische Software-Konzern Oracle zieht überraschend die Reißleine bei OpenOffice.  …mehr

  • Softwarehäuser und IT-Dienstleister sind bester Laune

    Umfrage der Softguide GmbH zum Geschäftsklima

    Der Optimismus von Softwarehäusern und IT-Dienstleistern ist nach einer Umfrage der Wolfsburger SoftGuide GmbH & Co. KG so ausgeprägt wie nie zuvor.  …mehr

  • SAP setzt auf Wachstum gegen die Übernahme

    Eigenständig bleiben

    Europas größter Softwarehersteller SAP will sich mit einem konsequenten Wachstumskurs vor Übernahmen schützen.  …mehr

  • Streit um Alkoholtest-Warnungen auf Smartphones

    Apps bei Google und Apple

    Google und Apple haben nichts gegen Apps einzuwenden, die Standorte von Alkoholkontrollen zeigen. RIM hingegen hat die Programme aus dem eigenen Store entfernt. …mehr

  • Samsung liefert Gingerbread für Galaxy S aus

    Android 2.3

    Samsung liefert als erster Hersteller ein Update auf Android 2.3 Gingerbread aus. Die neue Version des Smartphone-Betriebssystems steht für das Galaxy S zum Download via Kies bereit.  …mehr

  • 64.000 neue Mitarbeiter weltweit gesucht

    Consulting-Konzern Accenture

    Der weltgrößte IT-Berater Accenture will seine Belegschaft in diesem Jahr um mehr als ein Viertel aufstocken.  …mehr

  • Gefahren für Freiheit im Internet nehmen zu

    Staatliche Kontrollen

    Das Internet hat eine Schlüsselrolle bei Volksbewegungen in Ägypten oder im Iran gespielt - doch im Gegenzug sehen Menschenrechtler auch mehr staatliche Versuche, das Netz zu kontrollieren.  …mehr

  • Rendezvous von Telekom und France Télécom

    Gemeinsamer IT-Einkauf

    Die Deutsche Telekom baut ihre Partnerschaft mit dem französischen Telekommunikationsriesen France Télécom-Orange weiter aus.  …mehr

  • Hersteller erwarten Lieferengpässe bei Komponenten

    Elektronik aus Japan

    Produkte aus Japan werden gut einen Monat nach der Katastrophe zur Mangelware.  …mehr

  • Samsung plant Verkauf der Festplatten-Sparte

    WSJ-Bericht

    Der südkoreanische Technologiekonzern Samsung Electronics erwägt einem Zeitungsbericht zufolge den Verkauf der verlustbringenden Festplatten-Sparte.  …mehr

  • 70 Prozent arbeiten ohne ganzheitliches Konzept

    Information Management

    Weltweit erwarten mehr als zwei Drittel der Unternehmen von einer Verbesserung des Informations-Managements positive Auswirkungen auf den Unternehmenserfolg. Das ergab eine Studie des britischen Marktforschers Coleman Parkes. Dennoch verfolgen noch wenige Firmen eine ganzheitliche Informations-Management-Strategie.  …mehr

  • Telekom nennt Details zum Glasfasernetz

    FTTH ab 2012

    Die Deutsche Telekom macht Ernst mit privaten Glasfaseranschlüssen (FTTH). In einem Jahr soll das ultraschnelle Netz in einigen Regionen starten. …mehr

  • Gehirngerecht arbeiten

    Buchtipp

    Wir wissen, wie man Outlook benutzt, wie man Handys synchronisiert und Dateien verwaltet. Aber wie man so arbeitet, dass das Gehirn die optimale Leistungsfähigkeit erreicht, das wissen wir nicht. Dabei haben die Neurowissenschaften in den letzten Jahren große Fortschritte gemacht.  …mehr

  • RIM wehrt sich gegen Kritik am PlayBook

    Blackberry-Erweiterung

    Der BlackBerry-Hersteller Research in Motion (RIM) hat auf Kritiken reagiert, sein kommende Woche startendes Tablet "PlayBook" komme übereilt und unfertig auf den Markt.  …mehr

  • Erfolgreiche Unternehmer sind Regelbrecher

    Regeln sind für Buchhalter

    Mit Routine, Prozessen und Regeln allein kommen Unternehmen nicht voran. Für umwälzende Innovationen, Ideen und Erfindungen werden Regelbrecher gebraucht.  …mehr

  • Business Process Management - Erfolgsgeheimnis moderner Unternehmen

    CW-Webcast

    Aktuelle Untersuchungen wie die Global CEO Study 2010 zeigen: Komplexität zu beherrschen ist die entscheidende Voraussetzung für den Unternehmenserfolg. Doch wie lassen sich Agilität und Kreativität mit dem allgegenwärtigen Kostendruck vereinbaren?  …mehr

  • Energieversorger anfällig für Computerwurm

    Stuxnet auch hier erfolgreich

    Der Computerwurm Stuxnet hat deutsche Energieunternehmen laut einem "Spiegel"-Bericht in überdurchschnittlich hoher Zahl befallen.  …mehr

  • Wie Technik Ihnen die Hausarbeit erleichtert

    Alltagshilfen

    Tauben auf dem Fensterbrett und Kabelsalat im Arbeitszimmer – benutzen Sie doch einfach etwas nützliche Technik, um diesen Problemen Herr zu werden.  …mehr

  • Test - Samsung SpinPoint MT2 HM100UI

    2,5-Zoll-Festplatte mit 1 TByte

    Samsung bietet mit der SpinPoint MT2 HM100UI eine 2,5-Zoll-Festplatte mit einer Kapazität von 1 TByte an. Das SATA-II-Laufwerk beherbergt drei Magnetscheiben und baut 12,5 mm hoch. Wir vergleichen die Performance des 1-TByte-Modells mit der Konkurrenz.  …mehr

  • Seagate GoFlex Slim Performance - Ultradünne externe Festplatte

    Gadget des Tages

    Seagate bietet mit der GoFlex Slim Performance eine ultradünne, externe Festplatte mit 320 GB Speicherplatz. …mehr

  • VMware - VMX-Konfiguration manuell sicher bearbeiten

    Tipp für VMware

    VMware speichert die Konfigurationsinformationen zu jeder virtuellen Maschine in einer VMX-Datei. Bei der manuellen Bearbeitung muss man allerdings einige Punkte beachten.  …mehr

  • Kodak Playsport ZX3

    Mini-Camcorder

    Mit der Playsport ZX3 bringt Kodak einen Mini-Camcorder, der bis zu einer Tauchtiefe von 3 Metern wasserfest ist. Lesen Sie im Test, ob auch die Bilqualität des Geräts überzeugte.  …mehr

  • Rechtstipps zum Arbeitnehmerdatenschutz

    Unübersichtliche Gesetze

    Welche Vorschriften zum Datenschutz der Beschäftigten der Arbeitgeber beachten muss, sagen Dr. Sebastian Kraska und Benjamin Schuetz.  …mehr

  • So wird Ihre Gehaltsverhandlung ein Erfolg

    Sieben Tipps für Führungskräfte

    Wer will das nicht: mehr Geld auf dem Gehaltskonto. Doch nur wer verhandelt, verdient auch mehr. Wie Sie die Sache richtig angehen, verraten Ihnen die folgenden Tipps. …mehr

  • Die Geschichte des Google Doodle

    Visuelle Zeitreise

    Google verändert sein Logo seit 13 Jahren regelmäßig. Weit über 1000 verschiedene Doodles sind dabei entstanden. Reisen Sie mit uns durch die Zeit.  …mehr

  • Apple Sues Samsung Over Similarities in Mobile Products

    Premium-Inhalt. The smartphone patent wars have heated up with Apple's patent infringement suit against Samsung, which claims Samsung's Galaxy line of phones and tablets borrows too much from the Apple iPhone and other products.

  • Remains of the Day: In a flash

    Premium-Inhalt. Is Apple making some under-the-hood changes to the MacBook Air? And, if the iPad is now available at more stores, how come people are still lining up? Finally, while the iPad may be good for me and good for you, is it really good for America? The remainders for Monday, April 18, 2011 are red, white, and blue all over.

  • In reversal, Yahoo will store user search data longer

    Premium-Inhalt. In a move that is unlikely to win it any new friends in the privacy community, has announced that it will retain consumer search data for a substantially longer period of time than it does today.

  • Start Saving Up for that Fruitcake

    Premium-Inhalt. With its article this morning, the Wall Street Journal offers a fascinating study in how one small industry is having to remake itself because of Chinese demand.

  • Noski Interview Sheds Light on BofA 8-K Flap

    Premium-Inhalt. Chuck Noski, last week, seems on-board for the long haul as the Charlotte, N.C.-based banking giant works through its management problems. But in losing his leadership in the CFO's role, BofA is raising questions about how it is reshaping its top-executive ranks.

  • Apple sues Samsung, says it copied iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has sued Samsung for allegedly copying the iPad, iPod and iPhone with its Galaxy Tab and Galaxy handsets.

  • Blue Coat addresses evolving threat landscape

    Premium-Inhalt. Blue Coat Systems, Inc. has developed a Web security solution which allows small and medium businesses to use social networking sites for official business activities, but with access restrictions to recreation content.

  • Leadership skills crucial for project management success

    Premium-Inhalt. Accelerating new leadership and communication skills tops the Top 10 Global Project Management Trends list by global project management learning company, ESI International.

  • Asia Pacific region unable to meet IPv4 demand

    Premium-Inhalt. The Asia Pacific region is no longer able to meet IPv4 demand due to the unprecedented fixed and mobile network growth in the region, according to the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), the regional Internet registry for the Asia Pacific.

  • Innovation in the face of budget cuts

    Premium-Inhalt. "We will make the tough cuts necessary to achieve these savings, including in programs I care about, but I will not sacrifice the core investments we need to grow and create jobs. We'll invest in...clean energy technology....We will invest in education and job training. We will do what we need to compete and we will win the future."

  • This Wooden NeoGeo Isn't a Toy

    Premium-Inhalt. If you love retro games, and consider your love of them to be more of a lifestyle, then have we got the status symbol for you. A small company called has appeared and debuted their custom-made, walnut-encased .

  • Toshiba Satellite L635-S3104

    Premium-Inhalt. Toshiba's web site promotes its Satellite L635 line of laptops as being "for kids," but what the company really seems to mean is that it's for parents who don't want their kids to engage in serious PC gaming. While moderately priced ($780 as of April 15, 2011) for a portable with a 13.3-inch widescreen LED-backlit display, built-in DVD recorder and integrated webcam, the Satellite L635-S3104 we tested turned in mediocre PC WorldBench and gaming scores, with only so-so video and pretty poor audio quality.

  • Match.com Screens for Creeps: Good Luck!

    Premium-Inhalt. Dating site has announced it will screen its customers against the . In a Sunday email to the Associated Press, Match.com president that the company had debated the screenings before, but said the "historical unreliability" of the registries had led them to decide against it.

  • Lego Ball Factory Puts Your Meager Efforts To Shame

    Premium-Inhalt. When it comes to building wondrous contraptions with humble Lego bricks, Youtube user doesn't like to mess around. His latest device employs dump trucks, a train, multiple Ferris wheels, a robotic crane, and a few hundred soccer balls and basketballs. But to what end? You'll have to .

  • Taiwan contract makers add to choices for end users

    Premium-Inhalt. When it was founded in 1997, a Taiwanese firm with the drab, generic name High-Tech Computer did what almost everyone on the island does: It made its money doing contract manufacturing work for bigger-name brands.

  • HK financial secretary sees trend toward mobility apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Hong Kong Financial Secretary John C. Tsang has noticed mobility to be a common thread linking entries in all categories of the ICT Awards this year.

  • Huawei maintained steady growth in 2010

    Premium-Inhalt. Huawei reported an increased net profit of US$3.64 billion in 2010, up 30 per cent from 2009, according to its full-year 2010 financial results audited independently by international accounting firm KPMG.

  • Experts agree: Wind turbine 'hacker' is a fake

    Premium-Inhalt. An anonymous hacker who made the whole thing up, security experts said Monday.

  • Microsoft's persistence brings software patent fight to Supreme Court

    Premium-Inhalt. The Supreme Court on Monday heard oral arguments on i4i's patent lawsuit against , and the software industry is holding out hope that a pro-Microsoft ruling will help bring sanity to a software patent system run amok.

  • Telltale brings Law & Order to LA

    Premium-Inhalt. Telltale Games has just announced that it's bringing the world of Law & Order: LA to their range of episodic games. The new series will follow Detective Ricardo Morales and Tomas "TJ" Jaruszalski through a series of cases in LA, and will feature interrogation, criminal investigations and courtroom drama -- as well as cast members from the series reprising their roles in the interactive episodes.

  • New Cap-based Device Offers Brain Tumor Treatment, To Go

    Premium-Inhalt. Here at Geek Tech, we've seen plenty of cool medical robots designed to make our lives easier. Take , the tiny blood clot buster, or to help the blind "see." This time around, we're looking at a fascinating potential treatment for brain tumors. And it all begins with a small, hat-like contraption.

  • Apple releases iTunes 10.2.2

    Premium-Inhalt. Rejoice, fellow iTunes indentured users fans, for Apple has released a minor update that does something besides just "fix bugs and improve stability."

  • Chipset provides more insight into network's physical layer

    Premium-Inhalt. This week, a $12 billion maker of network connectors and panels will unveil a chipset to provide greater and visibility in networks.

  • Google Video: It’s a wrap

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has warned users of its Google Video service that their content will be obliterated after May 13, as the company formally shifts its multimedia focus to YouTube.

  • Archive and Access Old Tweets with TweetBackup

    Premium-Inhalt. does exactly what its name implies: backs up your Twitter posts (a.k.a. tweets). It's a free and easy service, and it has the potential to prove very handy.

  • Scientists Discover Secret of Natural Antifreeze

    Premium-Inhalt. I like to watch shows about nature, I admit it. The Arctic is especially intriguing, because I've never been able to figure out how those crazy animals manage to survive out there on the ice. More importantly, if arctic animals can survive both in and out of the frigid water that surrounds such a cold and bleak landscape, why can't I? Certainly polar bears and seals have decent coats, but that just wouldn't be enough for me.

  • Robots enter Fukushima reactor building for first time

    Premium-Inhalt. A pair of remote controlled robots entered a reactor building at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on Sunday morning for the first time.

  • Quantum Teleportation Is A Reality

    Premium-Inhalt. Scientists have finally done it! In what looks like an incredibly complicated setup scientists have not just figured out how to transport information using the quantum highway, but they have actually done it.

  • Techie Toilet Ships in April

    Premium-Inhalt. In the market for a new toilet? Before heading down to the neighborhood hardware store and dropping a few Benjamins on a regular pooper, you might want to take a look at Kohler's newest flushing masterpiece, the .

  • T-Mobile Sidekick 4G: Still excellent for messaging

    Premium-Inhalt. It’s . The T-Mobile has returned ($100 with a two-year contract from T-Mobile; available April 20), and this time it has . As a former Sidekick LX user (and honestly, I kind of miss good physical keyboards), I was excited to check out Samsung’s spin on this legendary phone. Did Samsung succeed in reviving the Sidekick brand? For the most part, I think it did. Everything we know and love about the Sidekick is still there, but I wish Samsung had baked in enhancements in a few other areas other than just design and data speeds.

  • Love Rock 'n' Roll? Say It Loud With Free Font Jett

    Premium-Inhalt. Here's a tale of two cities. She's a Philadelphia-born rocker known for driving beats and in-your-face lyrics. He's a Parisian design student with a guitar hero alter-ego and a handful of pixel bricks. What bad grrrl guitarist Joan Jett and apprentice typographer Izzy-sparks have in common is a heart made for rock and a homage font as black and distressed as the lead singer's wardrobe. (free) is a display font with attitude to spare.

  • To upgrade, or not?

    Premium-Inhalt. This time, sensation-seekers, I’m going to talk about the three different bits of hardware in my office that I considered upgrading over the past month or two, and how I walked myself through each decision.

  • University of Aberdeen to deliver rural m-healthcare

    Premium-Inhalt. University of Aberdeen researchers are collaborating with the Indian government on the development of trusted mobile technology for rural healthcare.

  • Troubleshoot and Fix Your Windows PC Problems

    Premium-Inhalt. If you stop and think about it, a Windows PC is a pretty amazing machine. That little box (or big box, if you use a desktop) contains dozens of small components most likely made by different companies, in different factories all around the world. All you have to do is press the power button, and Windows makes everything work together.

  • Apple Slapped with Class Action Suit Over In-App Purchases

    Premium-Inhalt. Funny money is no laughing matter when parents get the credit card bill. Here is the proof. A federal class-action lawsuit against Apple claims Apple is complicit in a scheme to get kids to buy level-ups and game credits "in games it promoted ... to children as ‘free.'"

  • Can AMD Ever Beat Intel?

    Premium-Inhalt. Let's be frank: AMD's processors aren't as good as Intel's, by and large. Intel's processors have offered better total performance and better performance-per-watt ever since the days of the Core 2 Duo, with few exceptions. If we set the way-back machine to 1999, the story is different. Intel's dominance was seriously challenged when AMD released the Athlon, which crushed the latest Intel chip (the Pentium III) in just about every performance test you could throw at it. This kicked off a major speed race, but AMD held its own and generally outperformed Intel through the introduction of the Athlon 64.

  • Toshiba Self-Encrypting Hard Drive Has Promise

    Premium-Inhalt. Toshiba has introduced a series of self-encrypting hard drives that come with what the company says is a unique self-diagnostic feature that blocks access to data if the drive doesn't recognize the host, in case it is lost or stolen.

  • Google Video Swept Out in Spring Cleaning

    Premium-Inhalt. Looks like Google is doing a little spring cleaning and the latest on to be swept under the rug is Google Video.

  • Paper Plastic Rescuing the Environment With Every Page

    Premium-Inhalt. We are always looking for ways to get used in electronics, but what if we just started by making them with something biodegradable?

  • Common Bleach Element Brightens OLED Displays

    Premium-Inhalt. It turns out chlorine can brighten more than laundry whites: A University of Toronto team has doubled the efficiency of their OLED displays using the common bleach element.

  • Acorn 3.0 brings layer styles, live gradients, more

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking to do some graphics work without all the bulk and expense of Photoshop? Flying Meat’s Eddy-award-winning image editor provides a lot of the functionality for a fraction of the price, and the latest update, version 3.0, adds even more in the way of features.

  • iPad 2 at Best Buy? Blink and it's Gone

    Premium-Inhalt. Sure, Best Buy and Toys R Us are , but don't count on finding a tablet available for purchase at your nearest big box store.

  • This is Your Brain, Mapped

    Premium-Inhalt. The Human brain has been mapped for the first time by the . Scientists released the on Friday after more than 4 years of extensive research to understand how brain works and aid new discoveries in disease and treatments.

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