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  • Microstrategy stellt Facebook-Gateway bereit

    Business Intelligence

    Eine neue Infrastruktursoftware hilft, die Informationen der eigenen "Fans" für Marketing-Zwecke aufzubreiten. Der BI-Spezialist Microstrategy bietet sie ab sofort im Cloud-Modell an. …mehr

  • Parallels Desktop für Mac goes Enterprise

    Virtualisierung

    Parallels kündigt heute auf der weltweiten Partnerkonferenz von Microsoft die Enterprise-Variante seiner Mac-Virtualisierungslösung "Parallels Desktop 6 für Mac" vor.  …mehr

  • eBay könnte für Verkauf gefälschter Ware haften

    EuGH

    EBay und andere Online-Marktplätze sollen nach dem Willen der obersten EU-Richter künftig mehr Verantwortung für Verstöße gegen das Markenrecht auf ihren Seiten tragen. …mehr

  • Erster E-Book-Reader mit direktem Zugang zu Google-Shop

    Iriver Story HD

    Amazon und Apple haben es vorgemacht - jetzt gibt es auch für den E-Book-Shop von Google ein passendes Gerät. …mehr

  • Anonymous will an Pentagon-Daten gelangt sein

    Hacker-Gruppe

    Die Hackergruppe Anonymous hat sich nach eigener Darstellung Zugang zu 90.000 E-Mail-Daten von Angehörigen der US-Streitkräfte und Mitarbeitern von Rüstungsunternehmen verschafft und diese im Internet veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • Julian Assange kämpft gegen Auslieferung

    Wikileaks-Gründer

    Der Kampf von Wikileaks-Gründer Julian Assange gegen seine Auslieferung von Großbritannien nach Schweden ist am Dienstag in eine neue Runde gegangen. …mehr

  • Ableger des illegalen Filmportals Kino.to im Netz

    Neue Adresse

    Lange hat es nicht gedauert: Das illegale Filmportal kino.to lebt einige Wochen nach seiner Abschaltung unter einer neuen Adresse wieder auf.  …mehr

  • Es ist ein kleiner Großrechner

    IBM stellt "zEnterprise 114" vor

    Mit dem zEnterprise 114 gibt es einen neuen Mainframe für den Mittelstand. IBM findet ihn besonders flexibel.  …mehr

  • Viele Deutsche sind arglos

    Smartphone-Security

    Viele Deutsche nutzen Smartphones oder Tablet-PCs, doch um die Sicherheit kümmern sie sich dabei nicht. Das ergab eine Studie von Steria Mummert. Auch in vielen Büros mangelt es noch an Wissen. …mehr

  • Trends in der agilen Softwareentwicklung

    Kostenlose Tagung der COMPUTERWOCHE und des BQI

    Zu einer kostenlosen Veranstaltung rund um das Thema agile Softwareentwicklung laden das Best Quality Institut (BQI) und die COMPUTERWOCHE am 27. Juli 2011 nach München ein.  …mehr

  • Smartphone für jeden vierten US-Nutzer das Hauptgerät

    Pew-Umfrage

    Das Smartphone ist für einen großen Teil der Amerikaner das wichtigste Gerät für den Zugang zum Internet. …mehr

  • Ballmer nimmt Windows-Phone-Fehlstart mit Humor

    WPC 2011

    Microsoft hat für das vergangene Jahr eine Menge Erfolge vorzuweisen - aber Windows Phone 7 gehört nicht dazu.  …mehr

  • Richter billigen Patentverkauf an Apple und Microsoft

    Nortel-Portfolio

    Apple, Microsoft, Sony und drei weitere Technologie-Schwergewichte haben sich den riesigen Patentschatz des untergegangenen kanadischen Telekom-Ausrüsters Nortel Networks gesichert. …mehr

  • Cisco könnte bis zu 10.000 Stellen streichen

    Bloomberg

    Der weltgrößte Netzausrüster Cisco Systems könnte bis zu 10.000 Arbeitsplätze abbauen, um wieder profitabler zu werden.  …mehr

  • Wie SOA Standard- und Individualsoftware integriert

    End-to-End-Prozesse

    Die Arbeitsgruppe Standardsoftware und SOA in der Anwendervereinigung SOA Innovation Lab arbeitet an Lösungen, wie sich in Großunternehmen IT-Silos aufbrechen und End-to-End-Prozesse unterstützen lassen.  …mehr

  • iPhone 4 Case aus Holz von Evouni

    Gadget des Tages

    Wer sein iPhone 4 stilgerecht verpacken möchte, sollte einen Blick auf die neuen IPhone Cases von Evouni werfen. …mehr

  • Die häufigsten Fehler bei der Windows-7-Migration

    T-Systems

    Die Telekom-Tochter T-Systems hat in ihrem Testcenter für Betriebssystem-Migrationen eine Wissensdatenbank aufgebaut, mit der sich viele Fehlerquellen erkennen lassen.  …mehr

  • Freiberufleragenturen - Große steigern kräftig ihre Umsätze

    Lünendonk-Studie

    Die zehn führenden IT-Personaldienstleister konnten im vergangenen Jahr ihre Umsätze laut einer aktuellen Lünendonk-Auswertung um 26,3 Prozent auf 1,2 Milliarden Euro steigern.  …mehr

  • Epson Stylus SX218 im Test

    Einstiegs-Multifunktionsgerät

    Das Multifunktionsgerät Epson Stylus SX218 ist im Gerätepreis attraktiv, in den Seitenpreisen jedoch nicht. Was sonst noch aufgefallen ist, fasst der Test zusammen.  …mehr

  • Zehn Startups, die 2011 durchstarten

    Wer wird das nächste Facebook?

    Startups wie Google und Facebook haben unsere Internet-Nutzung nachhaltig verändert - doch was wird das nächste große Ding? COMPUTERWOCHE analysiert zehn Startups, die noch dieses Jahr den Sprung in den Mainstream schaffen könnten.  …mehr

  • GmbH-Chef soll rausfliegen - was nun?

    Geschäftsführer und Kündigungsschutz

    Dr. Christian Salzbrunn empfiehlt, eine Abfindungsklausel im Dienstvertrag zwischen einer GmbH und ihrem Geschäftsführer zu vereinbaren.  …mehr

  • Patch Tuesday Fixes Critical Bluetooth Flaw in Windows 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Patch Tuesday has arrived. As expected, Microsoft released a relatively , but that is no reason for IT admins to let their guard down--especially when one of the patches is a and Windows Vista.

  • Tips for a Malware-Free Android Smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. Since more and more every day, you must pay strict attention to what is happening on your phone or tablet. Smartphones are essentially computers--and all computers are vulnerable to viruses, phishing, and other attacks from malicious software.

  • Excitement over Google+ catching fire

    Premium-Inhalt. Just two weeks old, Google's social network is generating a tidal wave of curiosity and excitement. And that level of interest may have social networking giants like Facebook and Twitter getting a little anxious.

  • Microsoft patches 'sexy' Bluetooth bug in Vista, Windows 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today patched 22 vulnerabilities in Windows and Office, including a bug in the Bluetooth technology within Vista and Windows 7 that could be used to hijack a nearby PC.

  • Fired IT workers file lawsuit claiming H-1B workers replaced them

    Premium-Inhalt. Eighteen IT workers in California have filed a lawsuit against their former employer claiming they were replaced by from India and then laid off in violation of the state's anti-discrimination laws.

  • VMware to launch cloud infrastructure suite

    Premium-Inhalt. Setting the stage for cloud deployments, VMware will update many of its core products and bundle them into an integrated release, called the Cloud Infrastructure Suite, the company announced Tuesday.

  • IDC: IT hasn't grasped consumerization trend

    Premium-Inhalt. More people are bringing their own tablets and smartphones to work but IT departments have been slow to support them and may not even be aware of the trend, according to a report funded by Unisys and conducted by IDC.

  • Google+ users spammed due to lack of disk space

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has apologised for causing its Google+ users to be spammed over the weekend, saying the fault was caused by a lack of disk space.

  • Are the Days of Tax Patents Numbered?

    Premium-Inhalt. In 1998, the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in State Street Bank & Trust v. Signature Financial Group that financial services software that contains algorithms is patentable, according to . Since then, over 130 patents for tax strategies have been granted and over 150 patent applications for tax planning methods are pending, . The patents cover a range of activities, including real estate transactions, charitable giving, retirement planning, and the granting of stock options.

  • As XBRL Nears the Finish Line

    Premium-Inhalt. The movement toward XBRL financial reporting for public companies, which started on a voluntary basis in 2005, is winding down now. The last group of filers will begin submitting XBRL financial statements to the Securities and Exchange Commission for periods ending on or after June 15, 2011.

  • IDC: APac tablet market to hit 21 million units by 2015

    Premium-Inhalt. Tablets will see tablets a five-year CAGR of 54 percent in Asia Pacific, multiplying nearly ten times to 21 million units from 2 million units shipped in 2010, said recently.

  • Singapore has highest level of 'Net penetration in SE Asia

    Premium-Inhalt. Singapore has the highest level of Internet penetration in Southeast Asia, according to a report released today by global insights and measurement company, Nielsen.

  • Detailed pictures of the new ASUS Lamborghini VX7

    Premium-Inhalt. A laptop that's designed specifically with Lamborghini car enthusiasts in mind.

  • Road Warriors Should Hang It Up

    Premium-Inhalt. Business travelers are called "road warriors" for good reason. Even if they're flying to far-off destinations, chances are that many end up behind the wheel after leaving the airport. And no doubt, more and more business travelers are relying on their mobile handsets.

  • SAP to argue for new trial in Oracle lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. Lawyers for Oracle and SAP are due in court Wednesday to argue post-trial motions in their TomorrowNow lawsuit, with SAP seeking a new trial and a reduction of the US$1.3 billion jury award it was ordered to pay.

  • Remains of the Day: Batter up!

    Premium-Inhalt. Pandora is sporting a new look, Apple is getting developers geared up for Lion, and more rumors about keyboards than you ever cared to hear: The remainders for Tuesday, July 12, 2011 have got your bases covered.

  • The Challenge for Service Firms

    Premium-Inhalt. As I write this week's post, I'm preparing to travel to Nebraska to teach two continuing education classes for a national CPE provider. They emphasize the balance between cost control and revenue growth -- the key issue facing many finance departments.

  • US Efficiency Push: Boon or Bane for American Businesses?

    Premium-Inhalt. Last month President Obama issued " In it, the President promised to cut waste and streamline government operations. Among the steps identified to achieve these goals: deploying fraud detection tools, leveraging the government's purchasing power, reducing high-risk contracting practices, and identifying alternatives to the use of consultants.

  • US tracking company sees expansion in Macau hotel industry

    Premium-Inhalt. A US company specialising in inventory and tracking solutions will find its latest technology solutions in thousands of uniforms of hotel workers in Asia's casino capital, Macau.

  • Project management offices could be more effective

    Premium-Inhalt. Many organisations do not operate their Project/Programme Management Office (PMO) as effectively as they could, according to an ESI study, 'The Global State of the PMO: Its Value, Effectiveness and Role as the Hub of Training'.

  • CIOs See Promise in Public Cloud Storage

    Premium-Inhalt. Three quarters of companies are either currently using or plan to use public cloud storage offerings. What's more, all organizations with more than 500 employees are using or planning use of public cloud storage, mostly for e-mail, data protection and front-office applications like CRM, especially SaaS-based CRM solutions such as Salesforce.com.

  • Concerns Over Facebook Stream Importer for Google+ Abound

    Premium-Inhalt. An application that allows Firefox and Chrome users to view Facebook stream data within Google+ is popular, but may put users at a security risk due to issues with the coding.

  • Consumer device use grows, but IT and security can't keep up

    Premium-Inhalt. IT and security managers are slowly embracing the growing number of , such as iPhones and , that are being used by workers within their organizations, but many enterprises are still overwhelmed by the need to mitigate risk and support the devices. That is the finding of new research released Tuesday by Unisys Corporation. The study was conducted for Unisys by International Data Corp.

  • iOS 5 Beta 3 Jailbroken, Hack Available For Download

    Premium-Inhalt. Following the developer release of Apple's iOS 5 Beta 3 (see the further by GeekTech's Mike Keller), it at all for a tethered jailbreak to become available for the hacking masses (provided you have an iOS developer account with Apple, anyway).

  • Confirmed: EA Purchases PopCap for $750 Million

    Premium-Inhalt. EA continues to expand its presence in the casual arena, adding casual gaming powerhouse PopCap to a portfolio that already includes Playfish.

  • Google updates Android Market client to better showcase apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Google is launching on Tuesday a redesigned Android Market client for phones that is intended to better showcase top applications and features an improved UI and faster downloading of products.

  • Macware releases bundle of 16 Mac utilities

    Premium-Inhalt. A new software bundle from publisher delivers 16 system utilities to your Mac. Developed in partnership with , the MacKeeper bundle aims to tackle everything from security to file management.

  • Booz Allen confirms its systems were hacked

    Premium-Inhalt. Booz Allen Hamilton on Tuesday confirmed that its network was hacked but suggested the break-in was more limited than attackers have described.

  • Verizon, partners show off first Innovation Center products

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Wireless Tuesday showed off dozens of early-stage LTE wireless products at its new in Watham, Mass.

  • TiVo app goes universal, adds support for older DVRs

    Premium-Inhalt. TiVo first launched its iPad app , but on Tuesday the DVR company unveiled a slew of improvements to the app. In addition to new support for older TiVos, the app now runs on iPhones as well.

  • EA acquires casual gaming company PopCap Games

    Premium-Inhalt. Electronic Arts on Tuesday said it has agreed to acquire casual gaming company PopCap Games to expand its portfolio of games for websites and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

  • Microsoft talks cloud CRM, ERP at partner conference

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is expected on Tuesday to update its strategy for cloud-based ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRM (customer relationship management) software during the annual Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles.

  • Under the Gavel: Apple sparring with HTC, Samsung continues

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has enough courtroom action going on right now to fill up half-a-dozen prime-time legal dramas. Fortunately, you don't need to worry about keeping your HTC and Samsung patent disputes straight--we do it for you in another edition of Under the Gavel.

  • FCC proposes rules to combat phone cramming

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has proposed new rules designed to make it more difficult for telephone carriers and other companies to insert mystery fees onto customers' phone bills.

  • RIM: 1 billion app downloads down, 14 billion to go to catch Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Research in Motion says  its 2-year-old BlackBerry App World has crossed the 1 billion app download mark and that a beta version of the app store upgrade is on the way.

  • Netflix to Raise Monthly Prices by as Much as 60 Percent

    Premium-Inhalt. Want more evidence that Netflix is ? Look no further than Tuesday's announcement that it would separate streaming media and DVD plans. This change results in a 60 percent rate increase for many.

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