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  • SaaS-Markt soll 2011 um 21 Prozent wachsen

    Gartner

    Die Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner hat ihre Prognose zur Entwicklung des Markts für Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) im Jahr 2011 vorgelegt.  …mehr

  • Jeder Fünfte will nicht ins Internet

    (N)Onliner Atlas 2011

    Durch Deutschland zieht sich ein digitaler Graben: Ältere Menschen, Frauen und Einwohner aus den neuen Bundesländern sind seltener im Internet anzutreffen. …mehr

  • Der Kampf der Giganten um das Social Web

    Rivalisierende Bündnisse

    Der Konkurrenzkampf um die Spitzenposition im Internet-Geschäft ist voll entbrannt. Rivalisierende Bündnisse treten gegen einander an. …mehr

  • Amazon darf Download-Plattform vorerst weiter Appstore nennen

    Apple unterliegt

    Apple ist mit dem Versuch gescheitert, dem Online-Händler Amazon.com im Eilverfahren die Nutzung des Namens "Appstore" für dessen Software-Plattform verbieten zu lassen. …mehr

  • SAP verlängert Verträge für CEO-Doppelspitze

    Bis 2017

    Der Softwarehersteller SAP hat die Verträge für das Duo an der Vorstandsspitze bis Mitte 2017 verlängert. …mehr

  • Microsoft fordert von Samsung 15 Dollar je Android-Handy

    Lukrativer als Windows-Phone-Erlöse

    Nach HTC, Onkyo und weiteren kleineren Hersteller will sich Microsoft nun Samsung zur Brust nehmen und fordern pro verkauftem Android-Gerät Lizenzgebühren. …mehr

  • Google Maps 5.7 für Android bringt Offline-Navigation

    Neues Feature aus Google Labs

    Die Version 5.7 von Google Maps für Android bietet neue Funktionen wie eine Integration von Informationen zu öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln in die GPS-basierte Turn-by-Turn-Navigation sowie einen schnelleren Zugriff auf die Routenführung. …mehr

  • Reines Privatleben gibt es nicht mehr

    Always on

    Beruflicher Kommunikations-Stress auch in der Freizeit: 88 Prozent aller von Bitkom befragten Personen sind auch außerhalb der Arbeitszeit per Handy oder E-Mail ansprechbar. Fast ein Drittel der Berufstätigen ist jederzeit erreichbar. …mehr

  • Kontakte und Termine mobil synchronisiert

    Kleine Helfer

    Der Online-Dienst Mobical bietet eine komfortable Möglichkeit, Kontakt- und Termindaten zwischen Handys und mit Google Mail abzugleichen.  …mehr

  • Firmen sollen sich noch keine Google+-Profile anlegen

    Google rät

    Googles neuer Social-Dienst Google+ ist zunächst einmal ausdrücklich für Einzelpersonen gedacht.  …mehr

  • Angriffe auf IT wird es immer geben

    BITKOM-Chef

    Dieter Kempf hat gerade das Amt als BITKOM-Präsident übernommen und ist damit der oberste Lobbyist der IT-Branche in Deutschland. …mehr

  • Amazon stockt Speicherplatz für Cloud-Musik auf

    Konkurrenz belebt das Geschäft

    Konkurrenz drückt die Preise: Zum Markteintritt des großen Rivalen Apple macht der Online-Einzelhändler Amazon seinen Cloud-Musikdienst günstiger. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2011 -Marius Meisel, Apriori

    IT-Jobperspektiven

    Vom 7. bis 20. Juli 2011 beantwortet der Frankfurter Personalberater Marius Meisel Fragen zu aktuellen Karrierethemen - sowohl für IT-Einsteiger als auch für erfahrene IT-Fachleute.  …mehr

  • Facebook jetzt mit Skype-Video-Chat

    Inzwischen 750 Mio. Nutzer

    Facebook bietet seinen 750 Millionen Nutzern jetzt auch eine Video-Chat-Funktion. …mehr

  • E-Commerce auf dem Weg

    Noch kein Standard

    Ein gutes Viertel der Unternehmen und Institutionen in Deutschland setzen einer aktuellen Umfrage zufolge einen Webshop ein. Damit ist dieser Weg zum automatisierten Handel über das Internet noch längst kein Standard und auch die bestehenden Lösungen sind noch häufig Stand-alone-Lösungen.  …mehr

  • Die beste Systemkamera

    Vergleichstest

    Relativ neu auf dem Markt sind die so genannten Systemkameras, die Wechselobjektive einsetzen, dabei aber viel kompakter sind als DSLRs. Lesen Sie im vergleichtest, welches die besten Modelle sind.  …mehr

  • ECM im Automotivesektor

    Top-Thema der Automotiveunternehmen

    Das Thema Enterprise Content beziehungsweise Document Management ist ein Top-Thema auf der IT-Agenda von Automotiveunternehmen. Der Flut der strukturierten und unstrukturierten Daten Herr zu werden, beschäftigt die IT-Leiter momentan in vielen Unternehmen.  …mehr

  • "Unsere Daten geben wir nicht aus der Hand"

    Allianz-CIO trifft Microsoft-Chef

    Im COMPUTERWOCHE-Gipfelgespräch diskutierten Ralf Schneider, CIO der Allianz Gruppe und Ralph Haupter, Vorsitzender der Geschäftsführung von Microsoft Deutschland, über Cloud Computing, Preismodelle und die Zukunft der Enterprise-IT.  …mehr

  • Teamarbeit - Wundermittel oder Wunschtraum?

    Bis alles funktioniert, vergeht viel Zeit

    Warum die Arbeit im Team häufig glorifiziert wird und warum die Realität anders aussieht, sagt Bernhard Kuntz.  …mehr

  • Berater aus dem SAP-Umfeld ersetzen keine IT-Mitarbeiter

    IT intim - Die Sorgen der CIOs

    Wenn es draußen dunkel wird, geht das Geschäft mit Leuchtkörpern besser. Was treibt Sie denn derzeit um?  …mehr

  • Datenschutz und Recht in der Cloud

    Cloud-Gütesiegel

    Viele Unternehmen sind durch die permanente Diskussion um Sicherheit und Kontrollverlust in der Cloud verunsichert. Dabei kann eine Cloud-Lösung sicherer als lokale Installationen sein. …mehr

  • Everything You Need to Know About 3TB Hard Drives

    Premium-Inhalt. We expect hard-drive capacity to grow over time. Now that hard drives have jumped from 2TB to 3TB, however, upgraders face some challenges: These new hard drives may have issues in some drive enclosures and in older PCs, which aren't prepared to address the entire capacity of a 3TB model. Even if you can work such storage into your system, it may not be in a single 3TB volume, but in a 2.2TB volume and a 800GB volume instead.

  • How Google + Will Affect SEO for Your Website

    Premium-Inhalt. Google's new social networking site, Google+, launched to much fanfare last week. The new service, currently in invite-only stage, has created a buzz with its novel sharing and group video chat features.

  • Amazon courts iPad users with cloud service updates

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon has updated its Cloud Player service to work with the iPad, hoping to reel in users of the Apple device before Apple launches its competing iCloud service later this year.

  • Tor Network Cloaks Your Browsing From Prying Eyes

    Premium-Inhalt. You are not anonymous on the Internet. Even if you practice safe surfing by keeping your name, credit card number, and other private data off the Web, your Internet service provider may not be so scrupulous. Many telecom companies and search engines log user activities, and smart snoopers can mine these logs for your IP address and browsing history to figure out where you live, what you like and who you've been talking to.

  • Xbox Live Temporarily Goes Offline

    Premium-Inhalt. With all the hacker activity that's been plaguing the gaming industry lately, any interruption can seem like an early indication of foul play. Luckily, that's not what happened to Xbox Live today, although the service did go offline for a matter of hours.

  • Wii U Will Support 3D TVs

    Premium-Inhalt. While 3DS games are always going to have some degree of 3D in them (hence the name of the system), Nintendo seems to realize that the technology is still just a fad for regular TV owners. According to an article on , "the will support 3D televisions but Nintendo itself won't be focusing on making 3D games."

  • Mass Effect 3 Collector's Edition Content Revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. Several Mass Effect fans were quite happy to learn that . Of that content, one particularly exciting piece comes by way of the Collector's Edition, which will have both genders of the lead character on the box.

  • Remains of the Day: iPad, you pad, we all pad

    Premium-Inhalt. So many remainders for you today, and they're all focused on the iPad or iPad rivals, such as they are. The remainders for Thursday, July 7, 2011 want to multitouch you all over.

  • Users Weigh in on Google+

    Premium-Inhalt. We've heard all about Google+ from the tech pundits, including . However, on Google+ itself, plenty of navel-gazing is going on right now, which leads to a lot of snap analysis from people both "in the know" and the average Joe.

  • UCLA Medical Center agrees to settle HIPAA violation charges for $865K

    Premium-Inhalt. After years of being accused of doing little to enforce Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act's security and privacy rules, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services appears to be finally getting serious about cracking down on offenders.

  • Courting Change in Delaware

    Premium-Inhalt. I've waited to weigh in on the change of chancellors at the Delaware Chancery Court, that ever-so-powerful force in American business jurisprudence. But with this week's , I'd like to add my congratulations -- and express my opinion that the court remains in good hands.

  • A Shift to CFOs in Calling Tech Shots

    Premium-Inhalt. Corporate finance chiefs indicate that they have an increasingly more powerful role in making technology investments -- in many cases supplanting the role of the CIO -- new research is showing.

  • Cisco adds tools to scale wide-area video

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco Systems continued to build its enterprise video infrastructure on Thursday with the ECDS (Enterprise Content Delivery System), a software-hardware platform to ease video management and make distribution of video to remote locations more efficient.

  • Burnout Crash is Not What You Expect

    Premium-Inhalt. When I first heard rumors about , even though it was slated for XBLA and PSN, I was still hoping for a simplified version of the Burnout world that focused completely on the over-the-top Crash Mode for earlier games. In a way, that's what I got.

  • Vulkano Flow: Sub-$100 HDTV Place-Shifter

    Premium-Inhalt. If you've ever spent any time channel surfing in a hotel room, chances are you'll immediately see the appeal of place-shifting technology, which allows you to watch your home TV programs remotely by streaming them over the Internet to a PC, Mac, or smartphone. One of Monsoon Multimedia's latest offerings in this category, the , costs about $100 (as of 7/7/2011), supports high-def video, and works pretty well if your remote broadband connection meets its modest bandwidth demands. But you have to accept some image quality compromises, and its controls for remote access generally work extremely slowly.

  • Mac classic Marathon returns to the iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. Talk about a blast from the past: Marathon, a first-person shooter game that took the Mac OS by storm in 1994, is making its 21st century comeback--this time on the iPad. Developed by , is available as a free download from the App Store.

  • Toshiba Thrive Tablet Comes to Best Buy July 10

    Premium-Inhalt. The , the latest tablet to challenge the Apple iPad, will be available July 10 at stores, the U.S. electronics retailer today.

  • HP calls Oracle's secrecy claim a 'cheap shot'

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard and Oracle continued to throw mud at each other in an ugly court battle over Oracle's decision to drop support for Itanium, in which each side has accused the other of publicity stunts and unwarranted secrecy.

  • Siemens sells $20 iPad app to industries for product management

    Premium-Inhalt. Siemens launched a $20 app for product lifecycle management in early April, and since then, at least two large companies have deployed the app on iPads to help their workers maintain large pieces of equipment and to perform field service calls.

  • Apple updates Canon printer drivers for Snow Leopard

    Premium-Inhalt. If you have a Canon printer, it's that special time of year again: The time to run Software Update and download the latest version of Canon printer drivers for Mac OS X.

  • PlayLater Pulls Streaming Video To Watch Later

    Premium-Inhalt. Streaming video is great -- except when it starts pausing and sputtering because you're stuck with a lousy Internet connection. Then you end up wishing you just had that episode of Friday Night Lights on your hard drive. With PlayLater, a subscription service that's currently in beta, you can.

  • Better living through Twitter

    Premium-Inhalt. Less than a decade ago, I owed much of the goodness in my life to . In the early 2000s, the online classified ads site helped me to find an apartment in Los Angeles, score three different jobs, buy a condo, book my wife an appearance on the short-lived reality series , and sell two cars. These days, though, my go-to service for cool life opportunities is Twitter.

  • Bionic's 'coming soon' release date sparks Android fan zeal

    Premium-Inhalt. Summer smartphone releases have become as commonplace as new summer movies. But the movie industry does a much better job of scheduling and keeping a definitive release date.

  • Last Harry Potter movie, another invisibility cloak project

    Premium-Inhalt. Nothing like the anticipation surrounding a Harry Potter movie premiere to stoke interest in invisibility cloaks.

  • JailbreakMe 3.0 and the iOS PDF Flaw: Protect Your Business

    Premium-Inhalt. The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and those who would "liberate" its iOS devices is back on after , a website that hacks iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads to allow software unapproved and undistributed by Apple onto the devices.

  • Circular Design Shrinks Phone Antennas

    Premium-Inhalt. These days the biggest part of a smartphone is the screen, followed by the antenna. But a group of scientists at the University of Michigan are looking to change that: They've that can is smaller and more efficient than the current multidirectional antenna design.

  • Critical Update for Windows 7 Coming Tuesday

    Premium-Inhalt. Yes, it is that time again. Time flies when you're having fun. The seventh Patch Tuesday of 2011 is next week on July 12. Microsoft predicts that we will see a meager , but don't let the small number fool you--there is a Critical security bulletin affecting Windows 7 and Windows Vista.

  • Verizon grabs nearly a third of iPhone market share, analytics firm says

    Premium-Inhalt. Slowly but steadily, Verizon is gaining ground in the race for the most users.

  • Clearwire customer care to move overseas

    Premium-Inhalt. Customer care calls for WiMax operator Clearwire will go to the Philippines after TeleTech Holdings, the outsourcing company that Clearwire hired last month, closes down the carrier's former call centers in the U.S.

  • UK's News of the World closes after phone hacking scandal

    Premium-Inhalt. News Corp. will close its weekly U.K. newspaper News of the World amid allegations that the tabloid hacked into the mobile voicemail accounts of celebrities, the British royal family, and crime victims.

  • Microsoft plans 22 patches for Windows, Office next week

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said it will issue four security updates next week, only one of which is pegged as critical, to patch 22 vulnerabilities in Windows and Visio 2003.

  • NASA: Mother Nature may delay final shuttle launch

    Premium-Inhalt. Mother Nature seems to be working against NASA's launching its final space shuttle mission on schedule tomorrow.

  • Mobile app demand prompts BMC's Aeroprise buy

    Premium-Inhalt. A quick way to understand why BMC Software, a management tools company, today bought Aeroprise is to recall the famous line uttered by Victor Kiam upon his acquisition of the Remington Products Co. in the 1970s -- "I liked the shaver so much, I bought the company."

  • Oracle ships Java 7 RC

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle has issued the first release candidate of Java Standard Edition version 7.

  • Microsoft matches Google Docs with collaboration in Word Web App

    Premium-Inhalt. closed the gap between its Office Web Apps and Google Docs somewhat today by adding co-authoring to the free Word Web App, letting multiple users edit a document simultaneously in the Web browser.

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