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  • Oligarchen-Kinder leben in Russland gefährlich

    Beispiel Iwan Kaspersky

    Aus Angst schicken reiche Russen ihre Kinder oft ins Ausland - denn in der Heimat haben es ständig Kidnapper auf sie abgesehen.  …mehr

  • Geschäftskritische Schlüsselanwendungen virtualisieren

    CW-Webcast

    Nach der Konsolidierung der IT-Infrastruktur steht für immer mehr Unternehmen die Virtualisierung geschäftskritischer Schlüsselanwendungen an.  …mehr

  • Sammelklage gegen Apple wegen Datenspeicherung

    In den USA

    Die versteckte Speicherung von Nutzerdaten hat für Apple juristische Konsequenzen. …mehr

  • Amazons Cloud berappelt sich wieder

    Nach EC2-Ausfall

    Nach massiven Problemen mit den Amazon Web Services (AWS) in den USA Ende letzter Woche läuft die Cloud-Infrastruktur mittlerweile größtenteils wieder.  …mehr

  • Lawson geht an Golden Gate und Infor

    ERP-Softwareanbieter

    Die Konsolidierung im Softwaremarkt geht weiter: Der US-amerikanische ERP-Softwarehersteller Lawson lässt sich für rund zwei Milliarden Dollar von GGC Software Holdings übernehmen.  …mehr

  • Amazon macht PayPal Konkurrenz

    "Bezahlen mit Amazon"

    Amazon bietet seinen Bezahldienst "Amazon Payments" jetzt auch für Third-Party-Webseiten in Deutschland an. …mehr

  • Sony arbeitet an Android-Tablets

    S1 und S2

    Sony steigt als nächster großer PC-Hersteller ins Geschäft mit Tablet-Computern ein. …mehr

  • Neue Investoren für Spieleanbieter Bigpoint

    Browser-Games

    Der deutsche Onlinespiele-Anbieter Bigpoint erreicht ein neues Level.  …mehr

  • Viele IT-Projekte scheitern am Testing

    Steria Mummert

    Sieben von zehn IT-Projekten in deutschen Unternehmen werden planwidrig gestoppt oder verzögern sich. …mehr

  • Oracle wechselt Finanzchef aus

    Safra Catz wird wieder CFO

    Der IT-Konzern Oracle wechselt nach drei Jahren seinen Finanzchef aus. …mehr

  • Nintendos Wii-Nachfolger kommt 2012

    Gewinneinbruch

    Darauf haben Millionen Fans gewartet: Nintendo wird im kommenden Jahr einen Nachfolger für seine Spielekonsole Wii auf den Markt bringen. …mehr

  • Klau von Unternehmensdaten ist salonfähig

    Datenspionage

    Unternehmen informieren sich immer selbstverständlicher mittels Spionage über ihre Wettbewerber. Die US-Amerikaner halten sich beim Datenklau gegenüber Mitarbeitern in den EMEA-Staaten deutlich mehr zurück - oder sind nur die unehrlicheren Studienteilnehmer.  …mehr

  • Dell 1355cnw im Test

    Laser-Kombigerät

    Mit dem Dell 1355cnw bietet der Hersteller ein Farblaser-Kombigerät an, das dank LED-Technik kompakt ausfällt. Der Test klärt, wie es um Leistung und Folgekosten bestellt ist.  …mehr

  • Fachkräftemangel ade?

    Mehr Freizügigkeit für Europas Beschäftigte

    Ab dem 1. Mai 2011 gilt für die rund 70 Millionen Einwohner aus den EU-Beitrittsländern Estland, Lettland, Litauen, Polen, Slowakei, Slowenien, Tschechien und Ungarn die volle Arbeitnehmerfreizügigkeit. Damit erhalten die Menschen aus diesen Ländern uneingeschränkten Zugang auch zum deutschen Arbeitsmarkt. …mehr

  • Private Smartphones und Tablets sicher einbinden

    Ratgeber

    Mit diesen Tools und Lösungen lassen sich privat angeschaffte oder genutzte Mobile-Geräte besser in die Unternehmens-IT integrieren.  …mehr

  • In fünf einfachen Schritten zum besten Drucker

    Tipps zum Drucker-Kauf

    Die Auswahl an Druckern ist riesig: Tintenstrahl, Multifunktion, Farb- oder Schwarzweißlaser - jede Technik hat Vor- und Nachteile. Unsere Tipps führen Sie zum richtigen Drucker.  …mehr

  • Hosted Desktops auf Windows-Basis

    Tipps, Szenarien, Fallstricke

    Mit den Komponenten Windows Server, Windows Client und System Center bietet Microsoft eine Kombinationfür die Konfiguration und den Betrieb von Hosted Desktops. Diese Technologien lassen sich mit dem nötigen Hintergrundwissen und einigen Tipps und Tricks optimal nutzen.  …mehr

  • Netgear Stora MS2110 im Test

    Preiswertes NAS-System

    Ohne mit dem Internet verbunden zu sein, ließ sich das NAS-System Netgear Stora MS2110 nicht konfigurieren. Abgesehen davon, absolvierte der Netzwerkspeicher den Test eher unauffällig.  …mehr

  • Wie man den IT-Support restrukturiert

    3-Phasen-Modell

    Die serviceorientierte Ausrichtung der IT-Organisation stellt eine zentrale Steuerungsmöglichkeit dar. Um den Support kostenoptimal und effektiv zu aufzustellen, hat sich in der Praxis ein 3-Phasen-Modell bewährt. …mehr

  • Web 2.0 macht den Kunden zum Scout und Entwickler

    Co-Innovation

    Audi tut es, BMW ist dabei, Melitta hat es erfolgreich ausprobiert und Swaroski den Nutzen erkannt: Sie alle nutzen die "Kreativität der Crowd" im Web 2.0  …mehr

  • Wer mitspielt, muss kaufen - ist das rechtens?

    Werbung im Internet

    Darf die Teilnahme an einem Gewinnspiel im Internet an einen Produktkauf gekoppelt sein? Von Max-Lion Keller und Daniel Huber  …mehr

  • 12 Techniken, die alles veränderten

    Sputnik, ThinkPad, iTunes, Cloud

    Neue Technologien kommen ständig auf, doch nur wenige überdauern die Zeit und halten dauerhaft Einzug in den Alltag. Hier kommen zwölf dieser "Game-Changer".  …mehr

  • MIPS porting Google's Android 3.0 OS for its processors

    Premium-Inhalt. MIPS Technologies on Tuesday said it was porting Google's Android 3.0 operating system, code-named Honeycomb, to work with its microprocessors.

  • Corporate security threats many times come from customers, business partners

    Premium-Inhalt. While a company can do everything possible for its own , in the age of e-commerce and online banking that's not enough. Increasingly, IT managers have to ask, Is the guy we do business with the ?

  • Facebook Deals Tries to Out-coupon Groupon

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook jumped into the coupon space Tuesday by launching Facebook Deals. The feature works largely like or by offering users heavily-discounted deals at local businesses. What Facebook can bring to the space--besides its 600 million users--is a social component lacking from the other e-mail-based discount companies.

  • Survey: App makers' interest in Android tablets slows

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad may face increased competition from tablets running Android, but that's doing little to stoke the enthusiasm of mobile developers, according to a new survey from development software maker Appcelerator. The survey found that interest in developing for Android among Appcelerator's developers is plateauing, particularly when it comes to creating apps for Android-based tablets.

  • DHS chief: What we learned from Stuxnet

    Premium-Inhalt. If there's a lesson to be learned from last year's Stuxnet worm, it's that the private sector needs to be able to respond quickly to cyber-emergencies, the head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said Monday.

  • Why Did Sony Shut Down PSN?

    Premium-Inhalt. What was the nature of the "intrusion" that knocked out PSN? With the Internet awash with rumors that it was everything from an identity theft ring to pirates, we parse the possibilities and offer our thoughts.

  • Iran says it was targeted with second worm, Stars

    Premium-Inhalt. The general responsible for investigating the Stuxnet attack on Iran's nuclear program says the country was also hit by a second targeted attack, called Stars.

  • Solving Tax-Uncertainty Issues Is Still ... a Bit Uncertain

    Premium-Inhalt. Starting with their 2010 tax returns, public , with the acronym referring to uncertain tax positions.

  • 3DS Struggles and More From Nintendo's Yearly Update

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo presented their yearly Financial Briefing on Tuesday in Japan, with president Satoru Iwata heading up the call to the company's investors. Among a lot of granular data on the sales of games and hardware were some interesting points among the presentation. We've noted down the things that stood out to us the most, but to be clear upfront, there was little insight into the upcoming "Wii 2." This was a presentation based on 2010 and early 2011 data, so everything up to the 3DS launch was covered.

  • Sony's Astounding Breach of Trust

    Premium-Inhalt. After a week that's seen the unprecedented shutdown of the PlayStation Network for a solid week, Sony finally came forward with details about the "intrusion" earlier this week.

  • SETI's Telescope Array Forced Into Hibernation

    Premium-Inhalt. Bad news for those of you hoping to find extraterrestrial life: The SETI Institute have been forced to temporarily shut down (ATA) operations due to a lack of funding.

  • Remains of the Day: Suit up

    Premium-Inhalt. The end of one trademark fight can only mean that another is on the rise! Also, Microsoft is sucked into the location tracking ballyhoo, and really, isn't it time to start thinking about the iPhone 6? Get ready, because the remainders for Tuesday, April 25, 2011 are going to be legen--wait for it!

  • No, Apple Is Not Tracking Your Location

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone take a deep breath. Read the title again. No, the of iPhone's location logging haven't been totally false, but I think there has been a serious misunderstanding here and it's time to clear something up.

  • iPhoto update adds new card themes, fixes bugs

    Premium-Inhalt. On Tuesday, Apple released the latest update to iPhoto 9--aka iPhoto '11. iPhoto 9.1.2 adds new card themes to the app, as well as provides the obligatory improvements in "overall stability" and addresses a number of other minor issues.

  • T-Mobile suspends its Bobsled Facebook app

    Premium-Inhalt. T-Mobile USA has suspended Bobsled, its free voice calling service for Facebook, less than a week after it was launched.

  • Digital Storm xm15 Gaming System

    Premium-Inhalt. When I first unpacked the , only the logo on the glossy lid distinguished it from a gazillion other generic, ODM (original design manufacturer) laptops. At just under 6 pounds without the power brick, it's a tad lighter than similar laptops with a discrete graphics chip. The xm15 uses Nvidia's technology to shift automatically between the Intel integrated graphics and the GeForce GT 540M GPU when greater 3D graphics performance is required.

  • Update fixes font display, printing problems in Snow Leopard

    Premium-Inhalt. A software update released by Apple Tuesday promises to take on issues with displaying and printing certain OpenType fonts in Snow Leopard.

  • Tips for Amazon's Kindle, Video on Demand, Gold Box

    Premium-Inhalt. A couple weeks ago I showed you how to . Today, let's talk about another kind of reading material: Web content.

  • Use Cloud Girlfriend to Meet Your Digital Soul Mate

    Premium-Inhalt. They say e-mail and IM is the death of interpersonal communication. Well, if the latest dating service in front of me right now is any indication, love could be following the same path. Enter , a new service which allows you to have a fantasy romance online.

  • It's Good to Talk

    Premium-Inhalt. As you may have seen by now, Sony has on the subject of the recent PSN outages. The news in the statement isn't great, but it's the fact that PSN has been down for nearly a week with little to no communication from Sony that has people riled, rather than the information itself. It's bad news that personal information has been compromised, sure, but people would have rather found out sooner than later.

  • RunRev extends LiveCode development tool to Android

    Premium-Inhalt. RunRev began extending on Tuesday its LiveCode application development tool to Google's Android mobile platform, following by several months the 2010 release of the tool for Apple's iOS platform.

  • Android Outranks iPhone in Desirability, and That's Huge

    Premium-Inhalt. Either I'm an extraordinary psychic, or smartphone market share studies are starting to get pretty damn predictable.

  • Friendster rethinks site, will nuke users' info

    Premium-Inhalt. If you have any pictures on Friendster you want to keep, you had better grab them now.

  • Gateway NV51B05u: Poor Numbers, Good Value

    Premium-Inhalt. According to every shred of evidence from our performance tests, we should tell you to banish the Gateway NV51B05u from consideration. It's slow for an , it has limited battery life, and its gaming frame rates are pathetic. At the checkout counter and in subjective use, however, it's a different story. You can have the NV51B05u for just a bit more coin than a high-end netbook ($470 as of April 26, 2011), yet it offers a 15.6-inch widescreen display, a full-size keyboard, a full-size touchpad, and a DVD burner. It also handles 1080p movies with ease, and--numbers aside--its performance is adequate for many everyday tasks.

  • Tired of iPhone 5 rumors? Try iPhone 6 rumors

    Premium-Inhalt. Most of the Apple iPhone speculation these days is centered around a and an anticipated iPhone 5 believed to be in the works for September, but that hasn't stopped some industry watchers from looking ahead to the iPhone 6.

  • Cisco Flip UltraHD (8GB)

    Premium-Inhalt. Note: Cisco recently announced the , but the current generation of Flip camcorders is through the company's site while supplies last. You can read .

  • Reports: 77 Million Sony PSN Accounts Compromised

    Premium-Inhalt. To say that Sony has a mess on its hands may be the understatement of the year. On Tuesday, Sony that provides some more information on the recent PlayStation Network hack. According to Sony, hackers obtained users' names, addresses, e-mail addresses birthdates, and account login and password, and may have also taken users' security questions and answers. If you set up a sub-account for your child, that information may also be in hackers' hands.

  • White iPhone 4 Round Up: On Sale Wednesday?

    Premium-Inhalt. Yes, it's finally here! Well, maybe. After many months of delays, the may finally make its retail debut tomorrow, according to the latest . So whether you're holding your breath in anticipation--or perhaps --here's what you need to know about the alleged arrival of Apple's much-discussed white handset.

  • Android Market Share Growth Accelerating, Nielsen Finds

    Premium-Inhalt. While Apple and Google seem to be when it comes to market share overall, Android is beginning to open up a considerable lead when it comes to recent smartphone adopters.

  • Learn How to Run Programs From Your Flash Drive

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Patricia has a question: "Why can't application software be put on USB drives instead of [hard] disks?"

  • Sony: PlayStation Network personal user data stolen

    Premium-Inhalt. Things just got a lot worse for users of the Sony PlayStation Network. With the service still offline after almost six days, Sony has now said that an intruder stole personal information about its users, potentially including their credit card numbers.

  • What Determines If You're a PC or a Mac?

    Premium-Inhalt. The has zealots on both sides, and any debate on the matter is sure to elicit passionate responses. But, did those people choose to be a PC or a Mac, or was that decision made for them?

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