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  • Online-Kriminalität wieder deutlich gestiegen

    BKA / BITKOM

    Das Internet ist kein sicherer Ort: Laut der neuen Kriminalstatistik ist die Zahl der Straftaten im Netz wieder deutlich gestiegen.  …mehr

  • Konferenz entwirft Ideal einer neuen Wissensgesellschaft

    Open Knowledge

    Eine Lockerung des Urheberrechts und der freie Zugang zu Behördendaten sind Forderungen der "Open-Knowledge-Bewegung", die sich zu einer zweitägigen Konferenz in Berlin trifft.  …mehr

  • Handy-Gespräche im EU-Ausland werden billiger

    Roaming-Kosten

    Nächster Schritt im Kampf gegen böse Überraschungen auf der Telefonrechnung nach dem Auslandsurlaub. …mehr

  • Weltweite IT-Ausgaben steigen 2011 um 7,1 Prozent

    Gartner-Prognose

    Die Hälfte des Jahres 2011 ist vorbei; Gartner nutzt dies, um seine Prognose für die weltweiten IT-Ausgaben in diesem Jahr zu konkretisieren.  …mehr

  • Mango-Update für Entwickler veröffentlicht

    Windows Phone 7

    Microsoft hat damit begonnen, das Mango-Update für Windows Phone 7 an registrierte Entwickler auszuliefern. Sie bekommen schon jetzt die Möglichkeit, die zahlreichen Neuerungen in ihre Apps zu integrieren.  …mehr

  • Larry Ellison verkauft Pillar Data an Oracle

    Storage

    Oracle kauft den Storage-Spezialisten Pillar Data Systems.  …mehr

  • Samsung zieht gegen Apple vor US-Handelsbehörde

    Patentstreit

    Samsung eskaliert den Ideenklau-Streit mit Apple. …mehr

  • Regierungen nehmen Einfluss auf Internet-Verwaltung

    ICANN

    Der Beschluss über die Einführung neuer Internet-Adressen wird auch von den Regierungen mitgetragen.  …mehr

  • Burda und Microsoft starten Lifestyle-Magazin im Web

    "Glo"

    Unter dem Namen "Glo" starten Burda und der Software-Konzern Microsoft ein Lifestyle-Magazin, das nur im Internet verfügbar sein wird. …mehr

  • MySpace findet neuen Besitzer

    Specific Media

    Facebook war am Ende doch übermächtig: Die News Corp von Medienmogul Rupert Murdoch trennt sich nach anhaltenden Verlusten vom einst weltgrößten Online-Netzwerk MySpace. …mehr

  • Asus Eee PC 1015PN im Test

    Netbook

    Im Netbook Asus EeePC 1015PN sitzen zwei Grafikchips: Damit soll es schnell und sparsam arbeiten. Im Test lesen Sie, ob das stimmt.  …mehr

  • Rundumsicht auf verteilte und versteckte Daten

    Citrix AppFlow

    Gemeinsam mit Partnerunternehmen bietet Citrix AppFlow an. Dabei handelt es sich um ein Protokoll auf Basis des offenen IETF-Standards IP Flow Information Export (IPFIX), das Informationen über den Datenverkehr im Netzwerk liefert. Damit sind genauere Erkenntnisse über den Zustand und die Auslastung geschäftskritischer Anwendungen möglich - sowohl in öffentlichen als auch in privaten Cloud-Umgebungen. …mehr

  • Mobilfunkbranche will W-LAN nutzen

    Zu viele Daten

    Auf einer Konferenz in Berlin trafen sich europäische Netzbetreiber, um zu überlegen, wie sich Daten aus dem Mobilfunknetz verlagern lassen. Eine Möglichkeit: Mobile Data Offloading via W-LAN. …mehr

  • Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 im Firewall-Test

    Komplette Sicherheitslösung

    2011 heißt die aktuelle Version von Kasperskys Internet-Security-Lösung. Diese beinhaltet Antivirus, Webfilter, Phishing-Schutz und einen Sandbox-Modus. Unsere Kollegen vom TecChannel haben die enthaltene Firewall einem Test unterzogen.  …mehr

  • Cloud Computing boomt

    Flexibilität ist Trumpf

    Die Marktforscher von IDC, Eito und der Verband Bitkom sagen eine gute Zeit für Cloud-Anbieter voraus. In Deutschland wächst der Markt auf rund 20 Milliarden Euro. …mehr

  • Wenn Integration mit Agilität nicht Schritt hält

    Entwicklung

    Die schnellen Produktergebnisse agiler Entwicklung nutzen wenig, wenn nachgelagerte Prozesse wie die Systemintegration das neue Vorgehen nicht unterstützen.  …mehr

  • Quillit 3 in 1 Stylus Pen - Stift für alle Touchscreens

    Gadget des Tages

    Wer es leid ist, dauernd die Tapser vom Touchscreen seines geliebten Mobile Devices zu wischen, der sollte einen Blick auf den neuen Quillit 3 in 1 Stylus Pen von Proporta werfen. …mehr

  • Der Nachwuchs greift an

    Karrierechance App-Entwickler

    Mobile Apps sind begehrt und bergen große Chancen für Entwickler. Künftig geht es weniger um Spaß und Spiel, sondern auch um die Entwicklung und Integration von Business-Apps in Geschäftsanwendungen.  …mehr

  • Was App-Entwickler können müssen

    Grafisches Gespür sehr wichtig

    Apps müssen ansprechend aussehen und intuitiv zu bedienen sein. Entwickler sollten in Zukunft auch wissen, wie sie die Programme in bestehende Geschäftsprozesse integrieren. Das meint Christian Walde-Sauer. Er leitet das Competence Center …mehr

  • E-Mail-Archivierung und Risiko-Management

    Rechtliche Vorgaben beachten

    Zur Art und Weise der E-Mail-Archivierung existieren zahlreiche Normen. Patrick Prestel und Max-Lion Keller stellen sie vor.  …mehr

  • Wann haftet der Datenschutzbeauftragte?

    Was Unternehmen wissen müssen

    Wann Möglichkeiten des Rückgriffs seitens der Firma bestehen, sagen Dr. Sebastian Kraska und Alma Lena Fritz.  …mehr

  • Japan's gaming market sinks 16 percent in first half

    Premium-Inhalt. Japan's console and portable gaming market sank 16 percent in the first six months of the year as new software failed to make a splash and sales of hardware fell, according to data released on Thursday.

  • British Hackers Take Down Al-Qaeda Websites

    Premium-Inhalt. A group of British hackers today took down Al-Qaeda's communication network and websites, preventing the terrorist organization from posting online messages and videos.

  • LightSquared faces more turbulence over GPS

    Premium-Inhalt. There's little disagreement about what a test report expected this week will say about LightSquared's proposed LTE network: It knocks out GPS on many devices. There's far less consensus about what causes the problem and what to do about it.

  • Chinese city draws ire with controversial cloud zone

    Premium-Inhalt. A cloud development zone being constructed in the Chinese city of Chongqing has drawn scrutiny for an alleged plan to offer uncensored Internet access, but only for foreign businesses.

  • Roaring IPOs Generate $11.9B in Q2

    Premium-Inhalt. Proceeds from U.S. initial public offerings hit $11.9 billion in the second quarter -- the third straight period topping $10 billion -- as the IPO market confirmed again that it is back as a popular capital-raising tool.

  • HP TouchPad: Six Disappointments

    Premium-Inhalt. Time and again in recent months, manufacturers have chosen to bring tablets to market that seem half-baked. Unfortunately, the is no exception.

  • Remains of the Day: Social-ism

    Premium-Inhalt. It's a social kind of day: News Corp. bids adieu to Myspace, Google launches its answer to Facebook, and don't miss the first Holy Tweet. The remainders for Wednesday, June 29, 2011 are making friends all over the place.

  • 10 best cloud backup strategies for biz continuity

    Premium-Inhalt. Whether they are cloud service outages or natural disasters, cloud computing can be both a nightmare or a savior to your IT organization: either it or loses your data, or it allows you to as workloads are switched to or backed up by physically safer data centers.

  • The HP TouchPad's Best Feature Is Linux

    Premium-Inhalt. It's a strong testament to the power of Linux that HP has as the platform for many upcoming phones, tablets, printers and PCs.

  • Remains of the Day: Got your numbers

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad reaches an app milestone, the source of Thunderbolt's celerity is revealed, and Twitter users are ridiculously prolific. We know: The remainders for Thursday, June 30, 2011 will always be number one in your heart.

  • The Swelling 'State' of Taxation

    Premium-Inhalt. State governments have borne a heavy burden in the economic malaise of the past several years. States like California, Illinois, and Wisconsin have waged very public -- and painful -- battles against ballooning budget deficits caused by declining tax revenue and continued government spending.

  • Tough Choices: Health Cost Tradeoffs Studied

    Premium-Inhalt. Nearly nine of every 10 U.S. companies have increased employee cost-sharing, co-pays or deductibles for company health-care plans in the past five years, and strongly suggests that the trend will continue.

  • Lease Vs. Buy Decisions Shift, Accounting Proposals Hit Home

    Premium-Inhalt. Not surprisingly, when Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced in June that it was buying some of its headquarters buildings in Lexington, Mass., the primary driver behind the transaction was financial. "We will save about $4 million a year in cash by not paying rent," says David McGirr, CFO of the developer of pharmaceutical products, about the purchase that the company expects to close in mid-July.

  • Cloud to improve learning experience for Hong Kong schools

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud-optimised networks will greatly enhance the e-learning experience for Hong Kong students, according to global IP networking solution provider H3C.

  • Office 365: Microsoft's Google gamble in the Cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. In a challenge to Google Apps' recent domination in the enterprise, Microsoft is banking on the devil-you-know attitude of many IT departments in launching its Microsoft Office 365 Cloud suite."

  • TransACT named as latest RSP choice for the NBN

    Premium-Inhalt. Regional telco TransACT has been named as the latest retail service provider (RSP) to work on the National Broadband Network (NBN).

  • Dimension Data scoops up OpSource

    Premium-Inhalt. Systems integrator Dimension Data plans to enhance its cloud computing offerings by acquiring OpSource, a Santa Clara, California, provider of hosted cloud services.

  • LightSquared to start building LTE network

    Premium-Inhalt. LightSquared plans to start building its terrestrial wireless network soon, despite a regulatory approval process that has sparked vehement opposition from GPS vendors and won't be over until at least the middle of August.

  • Rusty Hearts on Show at Anime Expo This July

    Premium-Inhalt. Upcoming anime-themed hack 'n' slash romp is looking very promising, judging by . At Anime Expo, which is taking place in LA between July 1 and 3, the company will be showing off the game to the public and broadcasting the event online.

  • Google+ Invites are Hot: Watch Out for Scams

    Premium-Inhalt. So, you've heard all about this . The tech illuminati , our own Mark Sullivan and Megan Guess . But there's one problem: as of Wednesday night, .

  • Facebook teases 'awesome' launch next week

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is trying to build some excitement for an announcement the company is planning next week.

  • Skype Brings Video Calling To Android

    Premium-Inhalt. Today Skype updated their Skype for Android app to include Skype Video Calls. users on Android can now video chat with any of the million other Skype users in the world, as well as make affordable international phone calls using Skype Credits.

  • FTC reportedly investigating Twitter

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Trade Commission has launched an investigation into Twitter, according to a report from the website.

  • FCC moves toward implementing net neutrality rules

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember those net neutrality rules the U.S. Federal Communications Commission passed back in December? The agency is taking steps toward finally implementing them, although the rules still won't go into effect for months.

  • Trials of iPad Enterprise Adoption

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this year, New York-based law firm Proskauer completed a massive technology redesign that would make Silicon Valley tech companies gush with envy. At the heart of the redesign was the Apple iPad 2.

  • SMIC CEO voted off board, stock trading suspended

    Premium-Inhalt. Chinese chip maker Semiconductor Manufacturing International on Thursday requested its shares be suspended from trading as the company's CEO David Wang was voted off the board.

  • HP ProBook 5330m

    Premium-Inhalt. Sometimes you need to buy a boatload of laptops for your staff when they need mobile PCs. HP is hoping its low-cost ProBook 5330m lineup will fit the bill. Here we look at the $799 version, which strips out some features to hit that low price.

  • Know Who Your Customer Is

    Premium-Inhalt. That may be the most important question to ask in business today. Having a clear response to this simple-sounding but complex-to-answer question is essential to business success. It shapes your company's mission, priorities and growth initiatives.

  • Microsoft discontinues Hohm energy monitoring service

    Premium-Inhalt. Citing low adoption rates, Microsoft has discontinued the beta of its Hohm home energy monitoring service, the company announced Thursday.

  • Nielsen: iPhone sales up, Android flat

    Premium-Inhalt. A recent on smartphone growth concludes that Apple’s iPhone is catching up with Android devices in popularity. While Android owners still make up most of the smartphone market at 38 percent compared to the iPhone’s 27 percent, the latter has seen the most growth in the past few months.

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