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  • VIA startet seinen ersten Vierkern-Prozessor

    "QuadCore"

    Der taiwanische Chiphersteller VIA Technologies hat seinen ersten Vierkern-Prozessor vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Telekom erwartet grünes Licht für Verkauf in USA

    Hauptversammlung

    Telekom-Chef René Obermann rechnet fest mit einer Genehmigung des geplanten milliardenschweren Verkaufs der US-Tochter. …mehr

  • Es gibt mehr als einen Mark Zuckerberg

    Verwirrung bei Facebook

    Mark Zuckerberg hat es nicht leicht. Ständig versuchen Unbekannte, sich mit ihm bei Facebook anzufreunden oder beschweren sich über Probleme mit dem Online-Netzwerk. …mehr

  • Nutzer orten keinen Nutzen

    Foursquare und Co

    Hypes im Social Web können ebenso schnell wieder verschwinden, wie sie entstehen. …mehr

  • Der Internetnutzer ist neue Sicherheitslücke

    Microsoft-Studie

    Moderne Software ist immer besser gegen Internet-Attacken geschützt. …mehr

  • Presentation Master - Taschenmesser mit USB-Stick und Laserpointer

    Gadget des Tages

    Der Präsentation Master aus dem Hause Victorinox erweitert das klassische schweizer Armeemesser um Laserpointer und USB-Stick. …mehr

  • SAP für Versicherungen - das Risiko ist beherrschbar

    IT intim - Die Sorgen der CIOs

    Ausgründung der IT in eine Servicegesellschaft und dazu noch die Einführung einer Branchenlösung auf Basis einer Standardsoftware - haben Sie sich für dieses Jahr nicht ein bisschen viel vorgenommen?  …mehr

  • Vier Argumente für die private Wolke

    Private Cloud

    Die Vorteile des Cloud-Modells lassen sich auch in unternehmenskritischen Umgebungen nutzen - mit einer Private Cloud, die entweder intern oder extern betrieben wird.  …mehr

  • Facebook steckt hinter Schmutzkampagne gegen Google

    PR-Fiasko

    Facebook hat die renommierte PR-Agentur Burson Marsteller angeheuert, um möglichst unauffällig Stimmung gegen Google zu machen.  …mehr

  • SAP gegen Microsoft

    Partnersysteme im Vergleich

    SAP-Partner äußern sich über ihr Verhältnis zur SAP deutlich kritischer als Microsoft-Partner über ihr Verhältnis zu Microsoft.  …mehr

  • In-Memory – Potenziell ein Renner

    Business Intelligence

    Die In-Memory-Technologie bietet schnelle Rechenleistung im Hauptspeicher. Auch wenn das Konzept nicht neu ist, hat die SAP das Thema in der letzten Zeit wieder neu in den Markt getragen und dabei bereits viele Kunden mit auf den Weg genommen.  …mehr

  • Cisco ächzt unter hohen Kosten

    Netzausrüster

    Der weltgrößte Netzausrüster Cisco hat seine Kosten immer noch nicht im Griff. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2011 - Silke Güting, Plaut Consulting

    Was Berater können müssen

    Vom 12. bis zum 25. Mai 2011 beantwortet Silke Güting von Plaut Consulting im CW-Karriereforum Fragen rund um eine Karriere in der Management-Beratung.  …mehr

  • Kundendienst für Digitales

    Accenture-Studie

    Wer mehrere elektronische Geräte wie etwa Smartphones, Laptops und 3D-Fernseher besitzt, der hätte gerne eine einzige Anlaufstelle für alle technischen Probleme, die mit diesen verschiedenen Geräten auftreten können. Das hat eine aktuelle Umfrage der Beratungsfirma Accenture ergeben. …mehr

  • United Internet verdient mehr

    Trotz hoher Vertriebs- und Entwicklungskosten

    Der Internetdienstleister United Internet hat zum Jahresauftakt trotz hoher Vertriebs- und Entwicklungskosten mehr verdient. …mehr

  • Illegale Software für 1,6 Milliarden Euro in Deutschland

    BSA

    Software im Wert von rund 1,6 Milliarden Euro ist nach Schätzungen des Softwareverbands BSA im Jahr 2010 in Deutschland illegal installiert worden. …mehr

  • Google droht mit Stopp von Schweizer Street View

    Datenschutz-Streit

    Der Streit um Googles Online-Straßenatlas Street View in der Schweiz spitzt sich zu. …mehr

  • Mehr PC-Stabilität durch Bios-Kniffe

    Bios-Tricks

    Häufige Rechnerabstürze sind nicht selten in falsch-eingerichteter Hardware begründet. Dabei kann man das Problem meist mit wenigen Handgriffen beheben – so geht’s. …mehr

  • Die 10 besten Netzwerkspeicher

    Hardware im Test

    Der ideale Netzwerkspeicher (NAS) überträgt Daten schnell, ist leise im Betrieb und lässt sich komfortabel bedienen. Die Bildergalerie zeigt die besten NAS-Systeme aus den Tests.  …mehr

  • Knigge 2.0

    Alte Schule, neue Denke

    Ist Unpünktlichkeit ein Kavaliersdelikt? Zählen Werte wie Höflichkeit und Verlässlichkeit heute nicht mehr? Eine Spurensuche zwischen klassischen Höflichkeitsformen und umtriebigem Web-2.0-Geist bringt überraschende Ergebnisse.  …mehr

  • Kein Dienstleister-Verständnis vorhanden

    Öffentliche Förderprogramme

    Die Mehrheit der öffentlichen Verwaltungen vernachlässigt bei ihren Modernisierungsbemühungen die Kunden. Das behauptet die Studie "Verwaltungsmodernisierung auf Bundesebene", in Auftrag gegeben von den Beratungsfirmen Steria Mummert Consulting und Bearingpoint.  …mehr

  • Von SLAs zu AGBs

    Managed Services

    Der Markt für Managed Services verändert sich zusehens - vor allem durch die Cloud-Angebote. Mitglieder des COMPUTERWOCHE-Expertenrats "Managed Services" wagen den Blick in die Kristallkugel. …mehr

  • Ohne Bezahlung ins Internet - Persilschein für Schwarzsurfer?

    Gericht verneint Strafbarkeit

    In fremden WLAN-Funknetzwerken, die unverschlüsselt betrieben werden, ist Schwarzsurfen grundsätzlich nicht strafbar.  …mehr

  • Zehn Fragen zum Thema SSD

    FAQ Solid State Disk

    SSD-Komponenten gehören zu den heißesten Themen im Storage-Markt. Hier finden Sie Antworten auf die wichtigsten Fragen. …mehr

  • Adobe Flash update puts users in charge of privacy

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe has released an software that fixes critical security flaws and gives users a better way of controlling whether they are being tracked on the Web.

  • Remains of the Day: A tablet for all seasons

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon teases its tablet intentions, the House of Representatives puts the iPad to a vote, and the real reason publishers are all over subscriptions like marmalade on toast. (I have it on good authority that that's funny if you're British.) The remainders for Thursday, May 12, 2011 await you just through that door.

  • BUDGET 2011: ACS calls for clarity on education spending

    Premium-Inhalt. The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has called for further clarity on how funds will be redirected from key government educational IT projects axed or reduced in the 2011-2012 federal budget.

  • Gaggle of Lady Gaga Fans to Descend on FarmVille

    Premium-Inhalt. What do FarmVille and Lady Gaga have in common? Nothing that I can see. But that hasn't stopped the monster social game and the monster pop star from joining promotional forces in a way that makes it clear the formerly edgy singer-songwriter has traded her meat dress for a pair of virtual overalls.

  • Joining the Unified Storage Crowd

    Premium-Inhalt. * : EMC

  • NASA May Launch Boat to Saturn's Largest Moon

    Premium-Inhalt. Have you ever wanted to sail the -290 degree Fahrenheit seas of Titan? Yea, me neither. But thankfully NASA has come up with a method to sail the aforementioned seas, all while sitting at NASA HQ drinking a hot cup of cocoa.

  • IT Value Is Dead. Long Live Business Value.

    Premium-Inhalt. The end of IT-business alignment is nigh. And no one is happier about it than the business-focused CIO.

  • It's Time for CIOs to Get in the Game

    Premium-Inhalt. "I'm so done with alignment," declared the CIO pacing across the stage at our CIO Perspectives New York event a few weeks ago. "It's not even part of the conversation anymore. IT and the business are in this together. Period."

  • Is Your Domain Safe from Seizure for Copyright Infringement?

    Premium-Inhalt. Maybe your company has a website that hosts user-generated content-perhaps a discussion board or a place where customers can post comments about your products or services. If so, imagine coming to work one day and finding your website replaced by a banner saying your domain name due to copyright violations.

  • Companies Explore Private Virtual Worlds

    Premium-Inhalt. Meetings, conferences and training programs in a 3D virtual world such as Second Life can be more engaging and productive than traditional online sessions and phone calls, and much less expensive than face-to-face meetings requiring travel. But some companies aren't willing to take on the security and compliance risks of using a public platform and are instead opting for private virtual worlds created behind the corporate firewall.

  • The Motley Fool Uses Enterprise Search to Integrate Content

    Premium-Inhalt. A key reason IT exists is to get information to people when they want it. At The Motley Fool, that means making any of its 25 million articles, images and discussion threads available quickly when employees or customers look for them. But finding the right technology to do that wasn't easy.

  • 3 Ways to Get a Bigger Bang for Your IT Buck

    Premium-Inhalt. Getting maximum results from innovative IT investments is an art. Business users may need incentives to take advantage of new capabilities that wait to be exploited.

  • Facebook tightens log-in verification

    Premium-Inhalt. To help its hundreds of millions of users prevent unauthorized access to their accounts, Facebook has added an optional verification step to its log-in process.

  • Hack Helps Massage Therapists Track Session Progress

    Premium-Inhalt. OK, you're a therapist, and you want to bring your massage clients some a little different to connect to their "energy field" or even improve your massages, Whatever shall you do? No worries, a colorful new Kinect hack has you (or at least, your clients) covered.

  • Web Services Promise to Save You Money, Slash Paperwork

    Premium-Inhalt. Need help putting together a business plan? Vetting a prospective customer or supplier? Accepting online payments?

  • Mac malware goes from game to serious

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple -- and many Mac users -- argue that that makes it less likely to be infected with malware. Many security researchers counter that the Mac's seeming immunity stems not from its security, but from its lack of market share.

  • Disaster Recovery Is Everyone's Job

    Premium-Inhalt. I was discussing my article on the Amazon EC2 Cloud failure, and a related blog (as well as reaction from the Twittersphere) with my editor, and the issue came up of cloud-related disaster recovery falling under the responsibility of IT. Having covered IT for 15 years, I heartily disagreed.

  • NASA Replaces Auxiliary Power Unit; Shuttle Launch May 16

    Premium-Inhalt. Space Shuttle Endeavour was scheduled to embark on its mission to the International Space Station on Friday, April 29 at 3:47pm, but hours before the launch NASA quickly shut down the mission after finding a failure in the auxiliary power unit.

  • Apple updates iPhoto '11, fixes improper event merging

    Premium-Inhalt. aren't the only ones getting a dose of Apple update magic this Wednesday. iPhoto '11, too, has been updated, moving the software to version 9.1.3.

  • Google Tasks API Set to Sync With Third-Party Apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Today at the conference in Mountain View, California, the company unveiled a new API for Google Tasks, which will open up the tool to outside developers. While the announcement itself was a fairly geeky, programmer-grade event, it has broad implications for productivity-focused workers of all stripes.

  • BUDGET 2011: ICT Budget bites

    Premium-Inhalt. A quick look at ICT spending across a range of Federal Government departments and agencies.

  • Cisco plans job cuts, drops growth target

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco Systems plans to eliminate jobs as it focuses in on core businesses such as routing and switching, the company's executives said on Wednesday after announcing an 11 percent decline in third-quarter profit.

  • Student charged with posting counterfeit coupons to 4chan

    Premium-Inhalt. A computer security student at New York's Rochester Institute of Technology has been arrested on charges that he posted counterfeit Internet coupons to the 4chan and Zoklet websites.

  • Report: DOJ investigates Google over drug ads

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Justice has been investigating Google for accepting ads for illegal online prescription-drug sales, in the Wall Street Journal on Thursday.

  • What We're Reading from the May 15 Issue of CIO Magazine

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  • U.S. files lawsuit to stop Verifone's buy of Hypercom point-of-sale biz

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Justice today said it filed a civil antitrust lawsuit to block the proposed acquisition by VeriFone of Hypercom, saying the deal would substantially lessen competition in the point-of-sale (POS) market and bring higher prices and reduced innovation, quality, product variety and service.

  • Unchecked usage can kill cost benefits of cloud services

    Premium-Inhalt. The touted cost savings associated with didn't pan out for Ernie Neuman, not because the savings weren't real, but because the use of the service got out of hand.

  • Vidyo's mobile videoconferencing app showcased on iPad 2

    Premium-Inhalt. You're staring at your 2 screen, at what looks like four pictures of four coworkers quartering the display. And then one of them waves at you. And you wave back. And the videoconference starts.

  • Anonymous struggles with rift, PSN blame

    Premium-Inhalt. The fractured nature of , usually a source of strength for the group, , after one operator seized control of the group's IRC network.

  • Battle of the Chromebooks: Acer vs. Samsung

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's Chromebooks made the biggest splash this week at the company's developers conference Google I/O. Both Acer and Samsung will be the first notebook manufacturers to sell the laptops based on Google's own Chrome OS. Chromebook laptops are a radical departure from traditional laptops and instead of relying on local storage they will depend heavily on cloud services for document and media storage along with security and software updates. But what sets Acer's Chromebook from Samsung's?

  • First 7-Inch Android Honeycomb Tablet from ViewSonic

    Premium-Inhalt. Big screen Android tablets with were all the rage, while smaller tablets were stuck with older smartphone versions of the OS--until now. The first 7-inch tablet featuring Honeycomb is set to arrive later this month from ViewSonic, and it will be dubbed the ViewPad 7x, according to a report.

  • Numbers You Need to Know: Employees Take Tech to Work

    Premium-Inhalt. More than ever, workers want to take advantage of the to help them do their jobs better. Forrester Research's first-quarter Forrsights for Business Technology survey shows that although the practice isn't widespread, employees are increasingly using applications and devices for work that have not been approved by their companies.

  • Ubi Expanding Assassin's Creed Model

    Premium-Inhalt. Ubisoft has announced on its recent investors' call that it will be applying Assassin's Creed's development model to other franchises in its lineup.

  • More to Life than Online

    Premium-Inhalt. A few weeks ago, I that one unintentionally pleasant side-effect of being forced offline was the fact that you weren't constantly bothered by notifications, friends who wanted to play a multiplayer game while you were happily immersed in a single player adventure and, of course, system updates.

  • Brocade's Klayko sees long path to cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. Brocade Communications remains a networking specialist in an industry where networks are becoming just part of a broader architecture for many vendors. A longtime market leader in Fibre Channel SANs (storage area networks), Brocade acquired Ethernet switch maker Foundry Networks in 2008 and now offers to tie together all elements of a data center or broader cloud infrastructure. CEO Michael Klayko has led Brocade since 2005. Last Tuesday, during an all-day press and analyst event at the company's headquarters in San Jose, California, he talked with IDG News Service about his company's own infrastructure and how it plans to keep up with bigger rivals.

  • iFlowReader predicts App Store e-reader exodus

    Premium-Inhalt. An independent e-book seller says Apple's policies have forced it out of business. iFlowReader is , and the company's founder expects his app's departure to be the first of many among e-book publishers.

  • Apple should clarify iOS subscription policy

    Premium-Inhalt. Is Apple treating all App Store developers equally? While Cupertino remains characteristically tight-lipped, recent reports suggest that Apple has reached individual agreements with large publishers as the company strives to increase the number of publishers--especially prominent ones--using its in-app subscription program.

  • Facebook Backstabs Google, and You Lose

    Premium-Inhalt. Thanks to an anti-Google smear campaign ordered by Facebook and carried out by a PR agency, the relationship between Facebook and Google is unquestionably broken beyond repair. And that's bad news for users of both services.

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