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  • Twitter gibt Identität von Nutzer preis

    Ermittlungen

    Jeder kann sich bei Twitter mit einem Fantasienamen anmelden - das heißt aber nicht, dass Mitglieder immer anonym bleiben. …mehr

  • Telekom und Eon kooperieren bei intelligenten Stromzählern

    Smart Metering

    Der Energieriese Eon und die Deutsche Telekom arbeiten künftig im Zukunftsgeschäft mit intelligenten Stromnetzen zusammen. …mehr

  • iA Writer erobert die Mac App Stores weltweit

    Einfach nur Schreiben

    Die kleine, aber feine Interactive-Agentur Information Architects bietet ihren "iA Writer" jetzt auch für Mac-Rechner an (für das iPad gab es das Programm schon).  …mehr

  • Asus zeigt Tablet mit integriertem Smartphone

    Asus Tabfone

    Die auf der Elektronikmesse Computex in Taipeh vorgestellte Kombination von Smartphone und Tablet soll die Vorteile beider Gerätetypen vereinen.  …mehr

  • Die ganze Beschaffung in einem Tool

    Sourcing

    Als Frontend zu SAP nutzt der Luxemburger Anlagenbauer Paul Wurth seit Februar das Sourcing-Tool TradeCore SRM von Onventis.  …mehr

  • Neuer Dienst schlägt Brücken im Social Web

    ifttt

    ifttt ist die Abkürzung von "if this then that". Dahinter verbirgt sich interessanter neuer Web-Service.  …mehr

  • Tablets können Mobile Commerce zum Durchbruch verhelfen

    W3B-Umfrage

    Die letzte Grenze zur weiten Welt des Einkaufens ist einer aktuellen Studie der Marktforscher von Fittkau & Maaß gefallen - dank mobiler Endgeräte wie Smartphones und Tablets.  …mehr

  • Software AG will weiter zukaufen

    Nach IDS Scheer

    Die Software AG will im kommenden Jahr eine größere Übernahme wagen. …mehr

  • Google findet jetzt auch Flüge

    Noch ohne ITA-Daten

    Die Pläne von Google im Reisegeschäft nehmen allmählich Gestalt an.  …mehr

  • Wie Ihr Business von der Mobilisierungsoffensive profitiert

    CW-Webcast

    Spätestens in zwei Jahren, so Experten, werden zwei von fünf Mitarbeitern qualifizierte Informationen ständig von unterwegs abrufen. IT-Verantwortliche müssen Immer mehr mobile Gerätetypen und Nutzergruppen in die eigenen SAP-Landschaften integrieren.  …mehr

  • Mac OS X 10.7 kommt wohl via Mac App Store

    "Lion"

    Es hat den Anschein, als wolle Apple beim Vertrieb seiner nächsten Betriebssystemversion Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion" weitestgehend auf physische Medien verzichten.  …mehr

  • Neues Archiv- und Auskunftssystem eingeführt

    CMS-Lösung von IBM

    Die Berliner Wasserbetriebe haben ihr Papierarchiv digitalisiert. Der Zugriff erfolgt über das SAP-System, Hierarchie-Bäume oder die Volltextsuche.  …mehr

  • Hacker greifen US-Rüstungskonzern an

    Lockheed Martin

    Die Waffe ist unsichtbar aber gefährlich. Immer mehr Cyber-Attacken setzen Wirtschaft und Regierung in den USA zu. Nun nahmen Computer-Hacker einen der mächtigsten Rüstungskonzerne ins Visier: Lockheed Martin.  …mehr

  • Neue Probleme fordern neues Recruiting

    Deutschlands TOP IT-Arbeitgeber

    Fachkräftemangel, demografischer Wandel und soziale Netzwerke halten die Personalabteilungen auf Trab.  …mehr

  • Samsung will das iPhone 5 und das iPad 3 sehen

    Patentstreit

    Im Patentstreit von Apple und Samsung geht es Schlag auf Schlag. …mehr

  • „Sie können einen Hund zur Freundlichkeit nicht prügeln“

    Selbst-bewusstes Telefonieren

    Wie kommuniziert man richtig mit Kunden? Was muss ein serviceorientiertes Unternehmen beachten? Die Wiener Trainerin Monika Herbstrith führt dazu Seminare für die Mitarbeiter in Firmen durch und tritt regelmäßig beim Service Desk Forum in Mainz auf, wo sie auch Mitglied des Fachbeirates ist. …mehr

  • IT-Partnersuche - Wer gehört zu wem?

    Letzte Chance auf ein iPad2

    Nur noch heute können Sie bei unserem Online-Memory-Spiel "Matchiko" mitmachen und ein iPad 2 gewinnen.  …mehr

  • Was ein Fußballspiel und IT-Projekte gemeinsam haben

    Buchtipp

    Anhand zweier Beispiele aus der Fußballwelt und der Logistikbranche zieht der Buchautor und Berater Alexander Ockl Parallelen zwischen IT und Sport.  …mehr

  • Geldanlage: Wann handelt der Kunde grob fahrlässig?

    Nicht immer ist Kontrolle ein Muss

    Der Bundesgerichtshof hat entschieden, dass ein Anleger Emissionsprospekte nicht noch zusätzlich lesen muss.  …mehr

  • In sieben Schritten zur Storage-Konsolidierung

    Ratgeber

    Mit der Zusammenlegung und Virtualisierung von Speicher-Ressourcen können Unternehmen massiv IT-Kosten sparen. Diese Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung zeigt, wie es geht. …mehr

  • Apple MacBook Pro 13 im Test

    Notebook

    Neuer Prozessor, neue Schnittstelle: Apple hat das Macbook Pro 13 aufgefrischt. Im Test zeigte das Notebook bekannte Stärken – und überraschende Schwächen.  …mehr

  • Staubsaugroboter Samsung NaviBot SR-8855

    Gadget des Tages

    Keine Lust auf Staubsaugen? Dann holen Sie sich doch Samsungs NaviBot SR-8855.  …mehr

  • Playbook oder iPad 2 - Tablets im Vergleich

    RIM vs. Apple

    Apple allein im Markt - diese Zeit ist auch im Tablet-Markt vorbei. COMPUTERWOCHE hat sich das Playbook von RIM vorgenommen und prüft, welches Gerät im Unternehmenseinsatz eine bessere Figur macht.  …mehr

  • Von Lizenzpreisen und Nachweispflichten erdrückt

    IT intim - Die Sorgen der CIOs

    Als ingenieurgetriebenes ­Unternehmen hat Uhde sicher in der IT ganz andere Sorgen als Banken und Versicherungen. Welche sind das?  …mehr

  • Die beste Windows-7-Lizenz finden

    Microsoft-Lizenzierung

    Der Umstieg auf Windows 7 kommt bestimmt. Hier lesen Sie Tipps für die Wahl des richtigen Lizenzmodells.  …mehr

  • Die Geschichte des Google Doodle (4)

    2002

    Google hat schon weit über 1000 verschiedene Variationen seines Logos - Doodles - präsentiert. Reisen Sie mit uns durch die Zeit - heute ins Jahr 2002. …mehr

  • Space Falcon Reloaded for iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. Gamers of a certain age will feel a sense of nostalgia from , an alien-blasting space scrolling game that evokes the arcade classics of yore. Nostalgia is about the only feeling this game will inspire, however, as unimaginative gameplay makes Space Falcon Reloaded a rather run-of- the-mill and ultimately forgettable game for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

  • Linaro: Now a Year Old, the Linux Effort Begins to Deliver

    Premium-Inhalt. It was just about a year ago that IBM, Samsung, ARM and others formed , the not-for-profit organization that aims to make it easier for developers to use on ARM-based devices, and over the past few weeks the group has made several announcements that reveal some of the fruits of its labors.

  • Tupac (and Wikileaks Hacktivism) Live On at PBS

    Premium-Inhalt. A report on the PBS NewsHour Website, claimed rap icon Tupac Shakur is --living with his arch-nemesis Biggie Smalls in a small town in New Zealand. Unfortunately, the story says more about the longevity of than it does about Tupac.

  • Hackers Deface PBS Site, Promise More Lulz

    Premium-Inhalt. A PBS NewsHour blog late Sunday proclaimed that murdered rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls were still alive and living in New Zealand. No, NewsHour did not have an exclusive, but were the targets of malicious hackers who broke into the PBS servers and defaced the site. The group responsible, called Lulz Sec, also posted online what appeared to be more than two thousand PBS passwords and login IDs. PBS was working to regain control of its site about 7 hours after notifying users on Twitter and Facebook it had been hacked. At the time of this writing, however, Lulz Sec was still actively posting items on blogs.pbs.org. The group also claimed on Twitter that PBS couldn't do much to shut them out. Lulz Sec said it broke into PBS.org in response to the way a recent Frontline episode entitled Wikisecrets portrayed the whistle-blowing site, Wikileaks. Lulz Sec says it is not affiliated with the hacker group Anonymous, despite both groups' respect for Wikileaks.

  • WatchESPN adds iPad optimization

    Premium-Inhalt. ESPN may assault us with Skip Bayless, Tony Kornheiser, and a legion of other sports pundits shouting at the top of their lungs about the Miami Heat, New York Yankees, and Duke Blue Devils, but say this for the Worldwide Leader in Sports--it keeps its word when it comes to iOS apps.

  • Write Space Turns Word Into a Distraction-Free Editor

    Premium-Inhalt. For serious writers who care more about getting good ideas out of their heads and onto the page (and not-so-serious writers who just need to concentrate better), all 's fancy formatting features can be more hindrance than help. So, for that matter, are all the menus and distracting layout options. To keep your mind on your thoughts, I recommend . Of course, once you capture your thoughts, you'll probably want to use Word to format them and save them in a format all your colleagues can actually use. Fortunately, there's Write Space, a killer little plug-in that adds an old-school distraction-free editing screen to Word 2007.

  • Study: Friends Hard to Keep Up with on Twitter, Facebook

    Premium-Inhalt. Finding all those friends on your social networks is easy, but keeping up with them can be tough.

  • Kobo, Nook Newcomers vs. Kindle: Chart

    Premium-Inhalt. The e-reader field is getting more crowded.

  • What I Learned from 30 Days With...Google Docs

    Premium-Inhalt. Well, I made it. After a decade of daily reliance on Microsoft Office, I managed to survive an entire month using Google Docs. So, what has the project taught me, and what do I do now that the project is over?

  • Solution providers brief Pasha Stakeholders

    Premium-Inhalt. The ICT Board together with its partners supporting the digital villages' project held a forum with the "Pasha centers" winning entrepreneurs. The forum aimed to educate the successful loan applicants on what role they should play in increasing ICT awareness and utilization by all Kenyans.

  • Asus' Padfone Combines Smartphone With Tablet Dock

    Premium-Inhalt. It's the hybrid of the gadget world, and computer maker Asus wants in.

  • Preview the print queue with Quick Look

    Premium-Inhalt. When you print documents with your Mac, they show up in your printer's queue. You can view that queue by clicking the printer icon in your Dock. Sometimes, though, it's difficult to tell exactly which documents are which in that queue--especially if you're printing a bunch of untitled or similarly-named files. Hints reader figured out a delightfully simple way to get quick previews of the files you're printing.

  • Can I Wirelessly Connect My PC to My HDTV?

    Premium-Inhalt. Ernest Valdez, Jr. asked how he could wirelessly send a video signal from his computer to his HDTV.

  • Hear your music as it really sounds

    Premium-Inhalt. In the recording studio, producers and engineers listen to their mixes through many different types of speakers, hoping to find a happy place where the music sounds the best it can, in as many listening situations as possible. For many home studios (like mine, for instance) space and budgetary limitations can make this difficult.

  • Screensaver LazySave Backs Up PCs on Idle

    Premium-Inhalt. In the world of modern computing, few things are as important as backing up, and few experiences are as jarring as realizing you've just lost a vast amount of work due to a hardware or software malfunction. But backing up can be time-consuming, and you may forget to do it. Even worse, you may set up an automated solution and find out at the moment of truth that it didn't work right--you thought your files were being backed up, but they weren't. With ($24, seven-day free trial), this will never happen.

  • The Best Web Apps and Online Services

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone seems to be moving into the cloud. With Web-based apps and online storage services that give us constant access to the most important data from all of our devices, we have more computing power at our disposal than ever before. Online productivity suites let you work with Office documents on your laptop or smartphone, and keep them perpetually available on the Web for easy access. Cloud streaming services make your entire music library available on any device you have handy, or let you tap into an unlimited supply of free tunes from a personalized online radio station. Web-based phone services allow you to call anyone in the world--with video--for next to nothing, and receive calls on any phone. You can even protect your PC with online antivirus apps.

  • Cloud Storage Services Keep Data Safe and Accessible

    Premium-Inhalt. Your PC's hard drive may have half a terabyte of data on its platters, and you might not remember the last time you backed any of it up. In all likelihood, though, you use only a few gigabytes' worth of files on a regular basis. With a combination of cloud-storage services, you can keep that data backed up and synced among all of your computers automatically, and access your most essential files whenever you want.

  • What Your Wireless Carrier Knows About You

    Premium-Inhalt. Like a lot of cell phone users, you may be wondering just what your wireless company knows about you. Can it see what kinds of apps you're running on your phone and where you go online while you're out and about? Can it tell what types of phones and tablets are connected to their networks, and how much data they consume? The answer to these questions is "yes."

  • Cloud Security Apps Promise Up-to-Date Protection

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the biggest criticisms routinely leveled against desktop security software is that it's bloated and inefficient, slowing down PC performance and nagging users about frequent updates. In response to those complaints, a new breed of security apps is emerging from the cloud.

  • Cloud Phone Services Offer Flexible Calling Options

    Premium-Inhalt. If you subscribe to a triple-play broadband package through a major cable or phone company, chances are good that your phone service already runs through the cloud--that is, the Internet. But you can get even more flexible calling options--and cool extras such as video chat or automatic voicemail transcripts--from a pure cloud service provider such as Skype or Google.

  • BonitaSoft updates open source BPM suite

    Premium-Inhalt. French software company BonitaSoft has released version 5.5 of its Bonita Open Solution, an open source Business Process Management (BPM) suite, adding more development and testing tools.

  • Cloud Music Services Let You Enjoy Tunes Everywhere

    Premium-Inhalt. The past decade has seen the emergence of new services--many of them free--that allow you to stream music from the Web, as well as to store your own music files online for easy access from your PC, your TV, or your smartphone.

  • Cloud Suites, Finance Services Offer a Wealth of Features

    Premium-Inhalt. Of all the PC software that people use, none is so entrenched on desktops as the office suite. Microsoft Office remains the de facto global standard in business-document editing, and every other must support Office's file formats to survive. This fact largely explains why cloud-based office software got off to a slow and shaky start.

  • East Africa invests a combined US$400m in fiber

    Premium-Inhalt. Five East African countries are investing a combined US$400 million in terrestrial fiber optics for backbone cables that, when complete, will provide a vast network for Internet connectivity.

  • Match.com wants to get to second base with Meetic

    Premium-Inhalt. Online dating site Match.com has made an offer for the outstanding shares of French dating site Meetic, of which it is already a part owner, the company said on Monday.

  • Samsung demands to see Apple's next iPhone, iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. In the latest round of an ongoing patent and trademark battle, Samsung on Friday asked a federal judge to make Apple provide the Korean electronics giant with samples of its next-generation iPhone and iPad.

  • Satyam sets up testing center for MasterCard

    Premium-Inhalt. Satyam Computer Services is setting up a business applications testing center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for payments company MasterCard, reflecting a growing interest among customers to sign up new business with the Indian outsourcer as it recovers from a financial scandal.

  • Asus demos phone-tablet combo, Meego netbook

    Premium-Inhalt. Taiwan's Asustek Computer has previewed a smartphone-tablet PC combo device that seeks to bring together the strengths of both devices without completely duplicating the hardware.

  • China censors Web to curb Inner Mongolia protests

    Premium-Inhalt. China is blocking mention of Inner Mongolia on Chinese microblogs and social networking sites, as part of an effort to clamp down on protests that broke out last week in the region.

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