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  • Alles über Virtualisierung

    FAQ

    Virtualisierung in unterschiedlichsten Ausprägungen gehört zu den heißesten Themen in der Unternehmens-IT. Hier finden Sie Antworten auf die wichtigsten Fragen. …mehr

  • RIM: Schützenhilfe von Steve Ballmer

    BlackBerrys setzen verstärkt auf Bing

    Überraschung auf der Keynote der BlackBerry World: Steve Ballmer kam auf die Bühne der BlackBerry-Konferenz. Sein Thema war die Kooperation von RIM und Microsoft, Nutzer sollen dies vor allem durch die Bing-Dienste bemerken.  …mehr

  • Wolf-Haus erledigt Fibu jetzt selbst

    Finanzsoftware

    Innerhalb eines Jahres soll sich das System amortisiert haben, so die Buchhaltung des Fertighausherstellers.  …mehr

  • Community ist ungeduldig und wütend

    Datenklau bei Sony

    Mit Ungeduld und Wut hat die Spieler-Community auf die Ausweitung der Datenpanne bei Sony reagiert.  …mehr

  • Telekom will Millionen vom Bund zurück

    US-Strafe

    Seit Jahren ist die Telekom im Visier zigtausender enttäuschter Anleger. …mehr

  • All-in-One iMac jetzt mit Sandy Bridge

    Apple

    Apple hat seinen All-in-One-Desktop "iMac" mit der neuesten Intel-Prozessorgeneration (Codename "Sandy Bridge") ausgestattet.  …mehr

  • Schnellere SAP-Systeme mit DB2

    CW-Webcast

    Eine leistungsfähige Datenbank-Architektur, die für SAP-Anwendungen optimiert ist, weniger Speicherplatz benötigt und insgesamt deutlich mehr Produktivität bei geringeren Kosten ermöglicht.  …mehr

  • Amazon-Tablet kommt wohl im zweiten Halbjahr

    Mit Android Honeycomb

    Die Zeichen mehren sich, dass der weltgrößte Online-Einzelhändler Amazon.com bald mit Macht in den Markt für Tablet-Computer drängt.  …mehr

  • Verkaufszahlen von Windows Phones sind katastrophal

    Experte

    Die Verkaufszahlen von Windows Phones sind angeblich so katastrophal, dass Microsoft sie nicht mal bei der Präsentation seiner Quartalszahlen nennen wollte.  …mehr

  • Epson Stylus Office BX925FWD im Test

    Kombigerät mit Touchscreen

    Epson packt viel Ausstattung in das Multifunktionsgerät Stylus Office BX925FWD und sieht es als Alleskönner fürs Büro. Der Test stellt das Tinten-Kombigerät auf die Probe.  …mehr

  • Amazon startet neuen Online-Shop für Schuhe und Handtaschen

    Javari.de

    Der weltgrößte Internet-Händler Amazon heizt den Wettbewerb beim Online-Verkauf von Schuhen und Taschen in Deutschland an. …mehr

  • Twitter greift nach TweetDeck

    UberMedia überboten

    Das Gerücht kursiert schon seit einiger Zeit - nun soll der Deal bereits fix sein und Twitter die britische Firma TweetDeck gekauft haben.  …mehr

  • France Télécom trifft im ersten Quartal die Erwartungen

    Telefongesellschaft

    Die Telefongesellschaft France Télécom hat im ersten Quartal die Erwartungen erfüllt. …mehr

  • Polizei durchsucht Google-Büro in Seoul

    Datenspeicherung

    Der Internetkonzern Google ist in Südkorea wegen des Verdachts der illegalen Speicherung privater Daten erneut ins Visier der Polizei geraten. …mehr

  • Infineon schraubt Jahresprognose erneut nach oben

    WLS-Verkauf füllt die Kasse

    Der Verkauf der Handychipsparte hat Infineon im zweiten Quartal richtig Geld in die Kasse gespült.  …mehr

  • Neue Mobilität für Außendienstler

    Stryker Europe

    Lange war das Arbeiten von unterwegs mittels mobilem CRM an Akzeptanzproblemen gescheitert. Doch jetzt setzt das Medizintechnikunternehmen Stryker auf High-Tech im Kundenmanagement. …mehr

  • Datendiebstahl auch bei Sony Online Entertainment

    SOE

    Der gigantische Datendiebstahl bei Sony weitet sich noch aus. …mehr

  • Arbeiten mit dem ungeduldigen Nachwuchs

    Der Führungstipp

    Auf den Umgang mit den Digital Natives müssen sich die Unternehmen noch einstellen. Nicht umsonst sind Führungskräfte gelegentlich vom selbstbewussten Auftreten dieser Generation der unter 30-Jährigen irritiert, wie das Beispiel eines Agenturchefs zeigt.  …mehr

  • Asus BW-12D1S-U - Schneller Blu-ray-Brenner mit USB 3.0

    Gadget des Tages

    Asus neuer Blu-ray-Brenner punktet mit USB 3.0 und beachtlicher Schreibgeschwindigkeit. …mehr

  • Die besten kostenlosen Wiki-Tools

    TWiki, MediaWiki, Wikidot

    Im Internet steht eine große Zahl von Programmen zum Download bereit, mit denen sich Wikis aufbauen und verwalten lassen. Viele davon sind quelloffene Software-Tools.  …mehr

  • RIM stellt BlackBerry Bold 9900 und BBOS 7 vor

    BlackBerry World 2011

    Im Rahmen der RIM-Konferenz BlackBerry World hat der kanadische Hersteller sowohl Updates für seine Produktlinie wie auch das eigentliche Smartphone-Betriebssystem vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Are You a Generalist?

    Premium-Inhalt. A popular 1990s country music song by Aaron Tippin said it best: "You Got to Stand for Something, or You'll Fall for Anything."

  • Filing Late? Make It a 10-K, Not Your 10-Q

    Premium-Inhalt. It should come as no surprise that capital markets react negatively to a company's late filing of an annual or quarterly report. But this reaction is more pronounced when a company announces a delay in its 10-Q.

  • Future of the telco - marginalisation or reinvention?

    Premium-Inhalt. "How did we get left behind -- while the rest of the world evolved?" The uncomfortable truth, penned by Nokia's CEO in his now famous 'burning deck' missive, defines the challenge facing the entire ICT sector -- in this era of massive technology disruption and changing user preferences, how do the market leaders of today sustain their business tomorrow? It was one of the key issues flirted with, but not fully confronted at this year's TelCon 2011 event earlier this month.

  • Canon PowerShot SX230 HS

    Premium-Inhalt. The was one of our of last year. Its successor, the PowerShot SX230 HS ($350 as of May 1, 2011), keeps its core strengths while adding a few notable features.

  • Personal info sent offshore without permission: Shroff

    Premium-Inhalt. Privacy Commissioner Marie Shroff says personal information collected by government agencies and businesses, often ends up overseas without the individual's knowledge.

  • ISPs could recoup just $2 per copyright notice

    Premium-Inhalt. Internet service providers may end up being able to recoup as little as $2 for sending out detection, warning or enforcement notices under the controversial online file-sharing amendments to the Copyright Act; but they may persuade government to let them charge as much as $28.

  • Copyright protestors say Parliament event sidetracked

    Premium-Inhalt. A demonstration in Parliament grounds on May 1 was supposed to highlight objections to the amended Copyright Act and its provisions to combat illegal online file-sharing. In the event this proved a minor feature of the proceedings, with much of the time taken up by organiser and entrepreneur Christopher Wingate, advocating broader attention to government and judicial accountability.

  • Leaked US cables show lobbying on Copyright Bill

    Premium-Inhalt. Cables released by Wikileaks over the weekend purport to show the US Embassy offered to get help from the US to redraft New Zealand's copyright legislation following the withdrawal of the controversial Section 92A -- concerning procedures to police and punish illegal downloading of copyright works. Government withdrew the section for redrafting in the face of public protest.

  • Casio G'zOne Commando

    Premium-Inhalt. The Casio G'zOne Commando is designed to take a fair share of abuse. Much like the , the Commando on Verizon ($200 with a new 2-year contract) is a rugged Android device meant for people who require a smartphone that can endure the toughest elements.

  • Your DVR is Safe: Dish Network Pays $500 Million to Tivo

    Premium-Inhalt. Good news for Dish Network subscribers: Your set-top DVR will keep collecting missed episodes of "Mad Men" and "American Idol" under terms of a announced today between the satellite TV provider and TiVo Inc.

  • How Apple Can Make iCloud Business-Friendly

    Premium-Inhalt. may be for more than just its long-rumored cloud-based iTunes storage--and the in the latest beta release of Apple Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion"--point to an upgrade of its MobileMe cloud suite.

  • Laptop users still prefer USB modems

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile data users still overwhelmingly prefer USB modems for keeping PCs and other devices connected on the go, but they may turn more to built-in cellular radios and portable Wi-Fi hotspots over the next five years, according to ABI Research.

  • Sony cuts off Sony Online Entertainment service after hack

    Premium-Inhalt. The widely publicized hack of Sony's computer networks is worse than previously thought, also affecting 24.6 million Sony Online Entertainment network accounts.

  • Data center key in cutting costs on energy consumption

    Premium-Inhalt. Data center is essential in cutting costs on energy consumption, according to 72% of 118 government CIOs and IT managers polled by APC by Schneider's Electric during a FutureGov event in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.

  • Ubisoft Starts Studio Just for Game Adaptations

    Premium-Inhalt. From Hollywood news outlet Variety comes news that Ubisoft has opened up a new studio in Paris devoted to assisting development of the company's game franchises into films and TV shows.

  • Rackspace to wind down Slicehost

    Premium-Inhalt. Some Slicehost users were dismayed to hear that Rackspace, which acquired the company in 2008, plans to wind down the service.

  • Microsoft, Juniper urged to patch dangerous IPv6 DoS hole

    Premium-Inhalt. Security experts are urging Microsoft and Juniper to patch a year-old IPv6 vulnerability so dangerous it can freeze any Windows machine on a LAN in a matter of minutes.

  • Red Hat to preview Java caching technology

    Premium-Inhalt. Red Hat will launch a preview of a new commercial enterprise Java data caching technology, based on its experimental Infinispan data grid software, the company announced Tuesday.

  • Google upgrades Web toolkit, Eclipse plug-in

    Premium-Inhalt. With upgrades to its GWT (Google Web Toolkit) and Google Plugin for Eclipse released on Tuesday, Google is backing more HTML5 functionality and enabling improved access to Google services for developers who use the Eclipse IDE.

  • Experts: Bin Laden death shouldn't impact travel plans

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite stepped up police presence around many U.S. cities and a warning Americans about what it called "enhanced potential for anti-American violence" following the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, corporate security experts say they are not advising clients to greatly modify or cancel business travel and operations.

  • New Apple iMacs Come With Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's new iMacs include Intel "Sandy Bridge" processors, Thunderbolt IO ports and Facetime HD cameras, but those aren't the most interesting things about the new desktop computers.

  • MLB offers smartphone-only game-streaming subscription

    Premium-Inhalt. If you find yourself barnstorming your way across the country, you may lament your inability to catch up with your favorite baseball team. Fortunately, with Major League Baseball’s new , you’ll never be any farther away from the action than your iPhone or iPod touch.

  • Dear Motorola: We Want to Love Your Laptop Docks

    Premium-Inhalt. The Motorola Atrix's ability to transform from a smartphone into a laptop via the dock accessory is a grand concept, but reviews all around have basically called the dock a dud. Now that Motorola has confirmed it will be making more laptop docks for smartphones other than the Atrix, it'd be great if the next versions are actually usable.

  • Epson Stylus Photo R2000 targets creative crowd

    Premium-Inhalt. Epson has announced the , a wide-format printer targeted to advanced amateur photographers, hobbyists, and creative professionals. The new unit, which features the company’s pigment printing technology, is designed to produce vivid, archival prints with a glossy look and feel.

  • Uptime exec: Data center ratings aid cloud choice

    Premium-Inhalt. Julian Kudritzki has more visibility than most into how the Uptime Institute's data center tier system is being used around the world, and according to him it's become a useful tool to help businesses find a reliable hosting provider for their applications.

  • Linux PHP vs. Windows ASP for Web hosting

    Premium-Inhalt. There are three major Web development platforms, all of which have advantages and disadvantages which can impact which platform is best suited for the user's application: 's ASP.NET/IIS/ ; (or other UNIX clone)/Apache/MySQL/PHP -- most often called LAMP; and Sun Java J2EE.x. When the term ASP is used in this particular context, it is referring to ASP.NET and not ASP, which is a similar but entirely different product.

  • Former MySQL boss: Code 'in better shape than ever' under Oracle

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite concerns that Oracle would be unfriendly to projects acquired through the merger with Sun, former CEO Marten Mickos says the MySQL code base is in fantastic condition.

  • Linux skills: A hot commodity for job hunters

    Premium-Inhalt. This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach.

  • Comic Life leaps onto the iPad in a single bound

    Premium-Inhalt. on Tuesday released , a new incarnation of its software for turning your digital photos into comics.

  • Hackers step up game, spread malware using Bin Laden bait

    Premium-Inhalt. Hackers today stepped up their use of Osama Bin Laden's death by shoving malware into PCs when users fall for phony claims of photographs and video, security researchers said today.

  • Hallmark ramping up BI for new branding campaign

    Premium-Inhalt. LOS ANGELES -- is ramping up its Business Intelligence capabilities to accommodate an ambitious, recently-launched new branding campaign.

  • Xobni launches app platform and store for Outlook plug-in

    Premium-Inhalt. is launching an application development platform and store for its popular Microsoft Outlook plug-in, which has about 7 million users.

  • HD Tune Gives Essential Info About Your PC's Hard Disk

    Premium-Inhalt. In the world of hard drive information utilities, (free) is a gem. A venerable one at that--it's been around for years and no one has come up with anything better--except of course for its developers, who also sell a Pro version.

  • RIM, Microsoft Announce Partnership with Focus on Bing

    Premium-Inhalt. BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) and software giant Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new pact under which the two companies will partner to offer a variety of Bing related services to BlackBerry smartphone and PlayBook tablet users. Bing is Microsoft's Web search offering, and it's one of the top three search engines along with Google and Yahoo Search, .

  • First Look at BlackBerry PlayBook Native Email, PIM Apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion (RIM) showed off the upcoming native e-mail and personal information management (PIM) apps for its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet for the first time this morning, including calendar and contacts, at its annual BlackBerry World Conference in Orlando. And the company says the native PlayBook apps should be available sometime this summer.

  • How to quickly sign digital documents

    Premium-Inhalt. For a variety of reasons—frugality, environmentalism, laziness—I try to avoid printing documents whenever possible. That can get tricky when someone needs my signature. For example, I recently joined Macworld as a full-time staffer and was immediately sent a massive 80-plus page PDF welcome packet. Buried within those 80-plus pages were eight forms that I had to fill out and return to HR. That meant pulling individual pages out of a single PDF, then digitally filling them in.

  • APB Reloaded Open Beta Begins May 18

    Premium-Inhalt. The game that killed Realtime Worlds is back in free-to-play form, and from May 18 you'll be able to take part in the open beta test.

  • Three New Fallout: New Vegas DLC Packs Inbound

    Premium-Inhalt. Fallout: New Vegas looks set to continue in the footsteps of its critically-acclaimed predecessor by offering a wealth of add-on content.

  • Kinect and iPhone Work Together in Awesome Mashup Hack

    Premium-Inhalt. Kinect-based gaming is already pretty cool, as are the hacks of the Microsoft device that followed its release last year. But it can be made even cooler by connecting up an iPhone for an ultimate two player experience.

  • Free Android tethering apps blocked by most carriers

    Premium-Inhalt. Free Android phone tethering apps found in Android Market are reportedly being .

  • Microsoft, RIM take on Google in mobile search

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's investment in putting its Bing search and maps in BlackBerry mobile devices by the fall holiday season pits Research in Motion and Microsoft against Google in a massive scramble for mobile search customers.

  • Chip maker Adapteva aims to speed up smartphones

    Premium-Inhalt. Startup chip design company Adapteva on Tuesday announced the multicore Epiphany processor, which is designed to accelerate applications in servers and low-power devices such as smartphones and tablets.

  • EA Buying Firemint

    Premium-Inhalt. EA is making further efforts to dominate the mobile space with the acquisition of highly-regarded developer Firemint for an undisclosed sum.

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