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  • Bertelsmann verkauft Hälfte von Online-Kiosk

    Pubbles

    Der Medienriese Bertelsmann will die Hälfte seines Online-Kiosks Pubbles an den Buchhändler Weltbild verkaufen. …mehr

  • Samsung verschiebt Tablet-Start in Australien

    iPad-Streit

    Im weltweiten Streit mit Apple muss Samsung auch in Australien den Marktstart seines neuen Tablet-Computers aufschieben. …mehr

  • EnterpriseDB macht PostgreSQL DaaS-fähig

    Postgres Plus Cloud Server

    EnterpriseDB hat den "Postgres Plus Cloud Server" angekündigt, eine PostgreSQL-Datenbank als Service (DaaS).  …mehr

  • Wittert RIM wieder Morgenluft?

    Blackberry-Hersteller

    Zumindest ein prominenter Analyst sieht den Blackberry-Anbieter Research in Motion (RIM) wieder im Aufwind.  …mehr

  • Bestand des Unternehmens gefährdet

    118000

    Der börsennotierte Auskunftsdienst 118000 sieht den Bestand des Unternehmens gefährdet. …mehr

  • Samsung stellt Galaxy S2 LTE und Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE vor

    Pünktlich zur IFA

    Als erste der für die IFA 2011 erwarteten Geräte hat Samsung vorab das Smartphone Galaxy S2 LTE und das Tablet Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE vorgestellt. …mehr

  • Eric Schmidt warnt vor Social-Media-Sperren

    London Riots

    In die Diskussion rund um die Rolle der sozialen Medien bei den Unruhen in London vor wenigen Wochen hat sich nun Google-Chairman Eric Schmidt eingeschaltet. …mehr

  • Uniklinikum Aachen virtualisiert Server mit Hyper-V

    Microsoft-Technik

    Das Universitätsklinikum Aachen (UKA), Europas größtes Klinikgebäude, virtualisiert seine Server künftig mit Hyper-V. Microsoft setzte sich mit seiner Technik gegen VMware durch.  …mehr

  • BPMN - ein Standard weckt Hoffnung

    Durchgängige Modelle

    Große Erwartungen setzt die BPM-Szene in Version 2.0 der OMG-Spezifikation Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN). Werden der Modellaustausch zwischen unterschiedlichen Werkzeugen und die Annäherung von Fachabteilung und IT durch das Update endlich möglich? …mehr

  • Windows- und Office-Probleme mit einem Klick lösen

    Fix-it-Tools

    Praktische Helferlein: Für häufige Windows- und Office-Probleme bietet Microsoft kostenlose Reparatur-Tools an. Wir haben für Sie die besten Fix-it-Tools zusammengestellt.  …mehr

  • Datenklau vermehrt über Mitarbeiter

    BITKOM-Chef Kempf

    Angriffe auf Datensicherheit drohen nach Einschätzung des neuen Chefs des IT-Branchenverbands BITKOM, Dieter Kempf, künftig vermehrt von Seiten der Mitarbeiter. …mehr

  • COOLPIX AW100 - Neue Outdoorkamera von Nikon

    Gadget des Tages

    Nikon bietet mit der neuen AW100 eine Outdoorkamera, die selbst härtesten Belastungen standhalten soll. …mehr

  • Die App für "danach"

    Plan B von Lookout Mobile Security

    Anders als übliche Anwendungen kommt "Plan B" erst dann zum Einsatz, wenn schon alles zu spät ist. Dafür ist die kostenlose Android-App umso wirksamer!  …mehr

  • Microsofts Streetside löst relativ wenig Widerspruch aus

    3D-Kartendienst

    Das Microsoft-Projekt Bing Maps Streetside ruft in Deutschland bisher weit weniger Widerspruch hervor als Googles Street View im vergangenen Jahr. …mehr

  • Nitro - der sichere Weg vom PDF nach Word

    Kleine Helfer

    Unter den vielen Konvertern und PDF-Editoren sticht der Online-Dienst "Nitro" besonders hervor. …mehr

  • Datenklau bei der CDU

    5800 Mitglieder betroffen

    Die Bundes-CDU ist Opfer eines Hacker-Angriffs geworden. …mehr

  • Android vermehrt von Schadsoftware attackiert

    Kaspersky-Experte

    Das mobile Handy-Betriebssystem Android von Google wird nach Einschätzung von Sicherheitsexperten mit zunehmender Popularität vermehrt zur Zielscheibe von Viren-Attacken. …mehr

  • Tipps zur Exchange-Migration

    Ratgeber

    Das Erscheinen des Service Pack 1 für Microsoft Exchange 2010 im August letzten Jahres markiert für viele den Startschuss zur Aktualisierung der Plattform. …mehr

  • Collaboration-Tools für jeden Zweck

    Besser zusammenarbeiten

    Collaboration muss immer wieder als Buzzword für neue Produkte herhalten. Dabei gibt es keine Lösung, mit der sich jedes Problem und jede Zusammenarbeit zu hundert Prozent abdecken lässt.  …mehr

  • Mit dem richtigen Tool zur Web-Anwendung

    Skriptsprachen

    Wer Web-Anwendungen entwickeln will, braucht die richtige Werkzeugumgebung. Wir haben die beliebten Skriptsprachen PHP, Python und Ruby sowie die Compiler-Sprache Java verglichen.  …mehr

  • An der IT vorbei gemogelt

    Cloud Computing Services

    Wenn Fachbereiche ohne Wissen der IT Cloud-Services beschaffen, entsteht früher oder später eine "Schatten-IT". Diese Entwicklung muss der CIO unter allen Umständen verhindern. Aber wie?  …mehr

  • In just three weeks, Facebook pays out $40K to hackers

    Premium-Inhalt. Three weeks after that pays Web hackers cash for finding flaws with its website, Facebook said it has paid out more than US$40,000 in rewards.

  • Groups ask FCC to rule against BART's mobile phone shutdown

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission should take swift action to rule against the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) District's recent decision to shut down mobile phone service during a planned protest, several digital rights groups said Monday.

  • iPhone 5 Rumors Indicate Slightly Larger Display, 3.7 Inches

    Premium-Inhalt. While the 5 won't bring Steve Jobs back, it will help ease the pain of life without him -- at least, we can only hope.

  • Get Resistance 3 as Pre-Order Bonus With Sony PS3 3D Display

    Premium-Inhalt. It's just been announced that Sony's PlayStation 3D Display will be getting a nice little pre-order perk for those who reserve the device by September 30. Pre-orders of the Display, which already comes packed in with MotorStorm Apocalypse, an HDMI cable, and a pair of 3D glasses, will also be bundled with a copy of Insomniac's highly anticipated shooter, .

  • R-E-S-P-E-C-T...

    Premium-Inhalt. How to influence, even when we lack authority, is one of the finest arts a finance professional can learn.

  • One password for multiple accounts: don't do it!

    Premium-Inhalt. When you leave your flat, do you leave the door wide open with your jewelry and valuables on the coffee table? When you visit a popular coffee shop, do you leave your iPad and smartphone on the table and go off shopping for an hour or two?

  • Remains of the Day: Cloudy with a chance of snow

    Premium-Inhalt. Snow Leopard may be getting support for iCloud, one runner shows his appreciation for Steve Jobs by thinking...different, and this wedding came complete with iPad support. The remainders for Monday, August 29, 2011 are full of pomp circumstance.

  • Next Professor Layton Comes with 100-Hour RPG

    Premium-Inhalt. Very few games are actually able to take up hours of my time anymore. for the majority of games, I'll play the first few hours, then either watch the end on YouTube or forget about it entirely. But a few titles will always force me to completely abandon my social life and sink in a ridiculous number of hours. Anything with Professor Layton in the title gets included in that list.

  • Why Isn't Minecraft on Steam?

    Premium-Inhalt. Why isn't Minecraft on Steam? The developer of the game, Notch, has probably gotten asked this a lot, and after answering the question for some people at PAX, he decided to be a bit more open about the entire situation on his blog today.

  • BlackBerry Bold 9930: An Enterprise Evaluation

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this month, Research In Motion (RIM) began shipping a new generation of BlackBerry smartphones running the brand new BlackBerry 7 mobile OS. The most anticipated of these new BlackBerry smartphones, the BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930, is currently available in the United States through Verizon Wireless (9930), Sprint (9930) and T-Mobile (9900). And AT&T said it too will release the Bold 9900, though it hasn't specified exactly when.

  • Linux Now Runs on iPad, Tuxedo Optional

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone loves a good tablet hack--after all, look at all the interest in hacking the Nook Color and the HP Touchpad. So it's no surprise that iOS devices have been .

  • Why Google+ Really Wants You to Use Your Real Name

    Premium-Inhalt. of Google's so-called when it comes to Google+, and recent comments from Google Chair Eric Schmidt seem to indicate the search giant has no intentions .

  • Despite spin-off talk, Air Force picks HP

    Premium-Inhalt. Even though Hewlett-Packard is considering spinning off or selling its Personal Systems Group, it's still business as usual for one of its larger customers, the U.S. Air Force.

  • CIO Resume Makeover: Before-and-After Editions

    Premium-Inhalt. James Jordan had been trying to fund his own healthcare technology company with the profits from his independent IT consulting business for 15 months when he concluded that the embattled healthcare industry was just not ready for his software product and that it was time to start a job search.

  • Death by Morto A? It's your own fault, says Microsoft

    Premium-Inhalt. The is having continued success despite its reliance on a list of lame passwords to take over victim machines.

  • Forrester: Amazon Tablet Is First True iPad Challenger

    Premium-Inhalt. Within a year, will be a major player in the tablet market, second only to Apple's iPad, a major research firm predicts. Not only will Amazon ship millions of its still-unannounced , but third-party manufacturers will sell a variety of "Amazon tablets" that feature the online retailer's software and services.

  • Isis carriers pump in $100M for mobile wallet plan

    Premium-Inhalt. The three wireless carriers in the Isis mobile-payment joint venture are investing more than $100 million into the project, according to a published report.

  • Deus Ex Documentary Reveals Real Life Cyborgs

    Premium-Inhalt. '' is here; and what better way to celebrate it than to release a documentary? Don't worry, this one's fun: A new short film highlights the lives of those who have real-life robotic prosthetics.

  • Acme Packet's 'building a signaling system for the Internet'

    Premium-Inhalt. Not familiar with the terms "session border controller" or "session delivery network"? Don't worry. Andy Ory, CEO of fast-growing Bedford, Mass.-based Acme Packet, is more than happy to share his passionate vision of how SBCs and SDNs -- and the emerging era of "opt-in communications" -- will change your business and the world. In this installment of the IDG Enterprise CEO Interview Series, Ory spoke with IDGE Chief Content Officer John Gallant about how Acme Packet is bringing identity, security and control to the wilds of the Internet, and why the world's top carriers -- and a growing number of enterprise IT shops -- are relying on the company to reduce costs and develop a whole new generation of network services.

  • Hackers acquire Google certificate, could hijack Gmail accounts

    Premium-Inhalt. Hackers have obtained a digital certificate good for any Google website from a Dutch certificate provider, a security researcher said today.

  • Is Persona 4 Portable on the Way?

    Premium-Inhalt. With Tokyo Game Show coming soon, Japanese publishers are starting to tease their announcements. The latest is a hint from Atlus that something Persona 4 related is on the way, most likely a PSP or Nintendo 3DS port.

  • UFC Undisputed 3 Cover Athlete Decided via Fan Vote

    Premium-Inhalt. Is your favorite UFC fighter the young upstart Jon "Bones" Jones? Or maybe pound-for-pound kingpin Anderson Silva? Well, those are just two of the five UFC Champions who can be voted in as the cover athlete for , as THQ has announced via press release. By heading over to , fans can pit in their two cents and enter themselves into a sweepstakes for one awesome grand prize.

  • HP LaserJet Pro 100 Color MFP M175nw

    Premium-Inhalt. These days, don’t come at much lower prices than the HP LaserJet Pro 100 Color MFP M175nw. At just $350 (as of August 29, 2011), it offers print/scan/copy/fax capabilities--and a lot of connectivity--in a compact, shiny-black package. Unfortunately, the machine is rather slow and limited for busy home- or small-office users, and its toner is expensive.

  • Oracle-Google trial start may be delayed

    Premium-Inhalt. The start of the trial in Oracle's lawsuit against Google over alleged Java copyright and patent violations in the Android mobile OS could be delayed, according to a judge's ruling issued Monday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

  • Irene's wrath leaves 6,500 cell towers out, FCC says

    Premium-Inhalt. Updated figures released by federal officials on Monday showed 6,500 cell towers and sites were damaged or disrupted as a result of Hurricane Irene. That number includes about 44% of all cell sites in Vermont, which suffered massive flooding that cut off dozens of towns.

  • Happy fifth birthday, cloud computing

    Premium-Inhalt. In the vacuum between Hurricane Irene and Labor Day weekend, a major focus of the tech universe this week is on VMworld in Las Vegas.

  • 5 misconceptions about file transfer security

    Premium-Inhalt. This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach.

  • Why Employees Should Surf the Web at Work

    Premium-Inhalt. A small business owner might frown on the idea that employees are surfing the Web on work time to read about the state of the NBA lockout. But, when done in moderation, giving employees the freedom to roam the Internet can actually help them work better.

  • Eine Million Aktien für den neuen Apple-Chef

    Tim Cook

    Der neue Apple-Chef Tim Cook hat jetzt eine Million Gründe mehr, seinen Job gut zu machen. …mehr

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