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  • Die besten Farblaser-Multifunktionsgeräte

    Update  Kombidrucker

    Ein Farblaser-Multifunktionsgerät ist mehr als ein Drucker, denn es kann zusätzlich kopieren, scannen und faxen. Dem Test stellen sich Farblaser-Kombis der Einsteigerklasse ab 350 Euro. …mehr

  • Medion stellt Tablet und Smartphone vor

    IFA 2011

    Auf der IFA in Berlin hat Elektronikhersteller Medion das "Lifetab" und das "Medion Smartphone" vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Super-scharfe Bilder und neue Allianzen

    IFA 2011

    Die IFA gibt Signale für die Zukunft des Fernsehens. …mehr

  • IBM im Kaufrausch - Übernahme von Algorithmics

    Business Analytics

    Offenbar hat IBM vor, sich auf dem Sektor der Business-Analytik massiv zu verstärken. Einen Tag nach der Übernahme des britischen Fraud-Detection-Spezialisten i2 kündigte der blaue Riese jetzt die Akquisition von Algorithmics an.  …mehr

  • Wenn Transparenz lebensgefährlich wird

    Datenpanne bei Wikileaks

    Eine Verkettung von Pannen im Umgang mit den geheimen US-Botschaftsdepeschen führt dazu, dass die darin genannten Informanten in Angst leben müssen. Die Beteiligten weisen sich gegenseitig die Schuld zu.  …mehr

  • Installiertes Windows einfach auf SSD umkopieren

    "Paragon Migrate OS to SSD"

    Die Paragon Software Group hat mit "Migrate OS to SSD" ein neues Tool vorgestellt, mit dem man beim Umstieg von Festplatte auf SSD einfach das bisherige Windows (ab XP) auf das Flash-Laufwerk umkopieren kann.  …mehr

  • "AdressExpert" jetzt auch als SaaS

    TVG Verlag

    Der TVG Verlag bietet sein "AdressExpert", das Adressen korrigiert und vervollständigt, jetzt auch als Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) an.  …mehr

  • Neue Business-Funktionen für das HP Touchpad

    Neue Apps und Software-Update

    Totgesagte leben länger - bei HPs webOS-Tablet könnte sich der Spruch wieder einmal bewahrheiten.  …mehr

  • Victoria Ossadnik übernimmt Services-Geschäft bei Microsoft Deutschland

    Jutta Schneider geht zur SAP

    Zu Oktober 2011 wird Victoria Ossadnik (43) Mitglied der Geschäftsleitung von Microsoft Deutschland und übernimmt als General Manager Services die Verantwortung für das Services-Geschäft von Microsoft im deutschen Markt.  …mehr

  • Samsung präsentiert Riesen-Smartphone Galaxy Note

    5,3-Zoll-Display und Zeichenstift

    Hersteller Samsung hat heute auf der IFA 2011 ein neues Android-Smartphone mit einem 5,3 Zoll großen Super-AMOLED-Touchscreen vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Google Mail geht jetzt mit HTML5 offline

    Kalender und Docs folgen

    Wichtige Webanwendungen von Google funktionieren künftig auch wieder ohne Internet-Verbindung.  …mehr

  • IFA präsentiert Digitalradio 2.0

    Inhalte vor Technik

    Zur Funkausstellung IFA in Berlin unternehmen Programmanbieter und Gerätehersteller einen neuen Anlauf, digitales Radio in Deutschland zu etablieren.  …mehr

  • Strom aus der Jacke

    Der nächste Zukunftstrend

    Ohne Steckdose ist der moderne Mensch völlig hilflos - denn ohne Strom funktioniert das schönste Smartphone nicht. Abhilfe naht: Wissenschaft und Unternehmen arbeiten an einer Synthese von High-Tech und Textil. …mehr

  • Apple verliert erneut iPhone-Prototypen

    Alle Jahre wieder?

    Presseberichten zufolge hat auch dieses Jahr ein Apple-Mitarbeiter ein geheimes Gerät in einer Bar verloren.  …mehr

  • Sony kündigt Neuanfang nach Datenpannen an

    IFA

    Nach den schweren Datenpannen im Frühjahr hat der japanische Elektronikkonzern Sony einen Neuanfang angekündigt. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2011 - Oliver Jochims, Easynet

    Jobtipps

    Vom 1. bis 14. September 2011 beantwortet der Hamburger Personalchef Oliver Jochims Fragen zu Stolperfallen im Bewerbungsprozess sowie Trends und Karriereaussichten in der IT/TK-Welt.  …mehr

  • Adesso EZScan 2000 - mobiler Scanner für unterwegs

    Gadget des Tages

    Für alle, die auch mal unterwegs Dokumente einscannen müssen, bietet Adesso den neuen mobilen Scanner EZScann 2000. …mehr

  • Telekom muss um Verkauf von T-Mobile USA bangen

    US-Kartellwächter dagegen

    Die Deutsche Telekom droht auf ihrer amerikanischen Mobilfunk-Tochter T-Mobile USA sitzenzubleiben. …mehr

  • Agiles V-Modell - ein Widerspruch?

    Entwicklung

    Die agile Entwicklung (Agile Development) und das V-Modell XT gelten unter Kosten- und Qualitätsaspekten jeweils als effiziente Wege der Softwareerstellung. Die Frage liegt nahe, ob und wo sich beide Vorgehensweisen kombinieren lassen. …mehr

  • Warum ein Mechatroniker IT können muss

    Jobporträt

    Mechatronik-Ingenieure müssen auch gute IT-Kenntnisse haben, denn mittlerweile funktionieren viele Produkte vom Auto bis zum Handy mit Software. Die Berufsaussichten für diese Berufsgruppe sind daher hervorragend.  …mehr

  • Seagate Momentus 5400.7 (ST9750423AS) im Test

    2,5-Zoll-Festplatte

    Die Seagate Momentus 5400.7 mit 750 GB läuft mit reduzierter Rotationsgeschwindigkeit. Der Test prüft, ob die 2,5-Zoll-Festplatte bei den Datenraten trotzdem Tempo aufnehmen kann.  …mehr

  • Server-Test - Mini-Tower HP ProLiant MicroServer

    Sparsamer Server für Kleinbüros

    HP adressiert mit dem ProLiant MicroServer kleine Unternehmen mit weniger als zehn Clients. Die Stärke des Systems sind die geringe Energieaufnahme, der kleine Formfaktor und der niedrige Preis.  …mehr

  • Die passende Videoconferencing-Lösung für jeden Zweck

    Zwischen Skype und Telepresence

    Lange Zeit ein Stiefkind der IT haben sich Videokonferenzsysteme mittlerweile ihren Stammplatz in der Unternehmenskommunikation erobert. Dennoch sollte der Systemwahl eine genaue Analyse vorausgehen. …mehr

  • Dell Streak 7 im Test

    Tablet-PC

    Kleines Tablet – kleiner Preis: Nur rund 350 Euro kostet 7-Zoll-Tablet Dell Streak 7. Dafür gibt's kein iPad 2, klar. Aber vielleicht ein Schnäppchen-Tablet? Der Test zeigt es.  …mehr

  • 10 Thesen zu Social Media

    Organisation, Mitarbeiter, ROI

    CIOs sind bei "Social Intelligence" gefordert, Daten für fast alle Unternehmensbereiche zu managen. Unklar ist allerdings, wie der Erfolg gemessen werden kann. Dazu zehn Thesen vom Bundesverband Digitale Wirtschaft (BVDW).  …mehr

  • Alle Jahre wieder: Ärgernis Weihnachtsgeld

    Rechtzeitig mit dem Chef klären

    Die Zahlung von Weihnachtsgeld an die Mitarbeiter darf nicht ins "einseitige Ermessen" des Arbeitgebers gestellt werden  …mehr

  • Stärken und Schwächen der Anbieter von Managed Print-Services

    Von Canon bis Xerox

    Hersteller lieben es, den magischen Quadranten von Gartner zu zitieren - Voraussetzung, sie stehen im oberen rechten Quadrat. Denn mit diesem Wertemuster beurteilt die Beratungsfirma Anbieter von ITK-Produkten.  …mehr

  • Parallels Desktop 7 unterstützt Mac OS X "Lion" voll

    Mac-Virtualisierung

    Parallels hat die neue Version 7 seiner Virtualisierungs-Software "Parallels Desktop für den Mac" veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • Good CFO/Bad CFO

    Premium-Inhalt. Passed in 2002, Sarbanes-Oxley introduced the most sweeping changes to U.S. business legislation since the 1930s. And most of the responsibility for effecting this change has fallen on CFOs, particularly insofar as sections 302 and 404 are concerned. Those sections, of course, require all public companies to report on the effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting.

  • Learning from 'The Close'

    Premium-Inhalt. As CFOs wrap up the August books, it might be an apt occasion to reflect on the symbiotic relationship between the CFO and the finance team. For some companies, "the close" is, after all, a reflection of the organization's culture.

  • Wellington developer refines word search tool

    Premium-Inhalt. Wellington company SYL Enterprise Search has introduced a semantic search engine that enables an enterprise to understand the context of words. The patented technology allows content to be processed as language, not just words occurring in documents.

  • Data guidelines will expose info refusals

    Premium-Inhalt. Official information requests that are refused by government agencies under new open data guidelines, will be detailed on a Department of Internal Affairs website.

  • HP TouchPad's Second Chance Offers Office-Readiness

    Premium-Inhalt. When HP killed its WebOS Touchpad two weeks ago, then sold off remaining stock at $99 fire-sale prices, it seemed the tablet would be dead for good. But that's . The tablet is entering an odd state of zombie-hood as to meet "unfulfilled demand." There is no word on when that will arrive or for how much, and HP won't guarantee it will be enough to meet demand, but there are more on the way.

  • Agency to deliver shared governance, risk compliance service

    Premium-Inhalt. CenITex, the Victorian Government's shared services IT agency, will adopt a new IT governance, risk and compliance (ITGRC) package to improve its information security function.

  • Remains of the Day: Supersize me

    Premium-Inhalt. It's a mega-giganta-humungo edition today, as we cover everything from Apple losing yet another prototype iPhone, to a neighborly Steve Jobs, to Tim Cook's email habits. Read along with the remainders for Wednesday, August 31, 2011 and help close out August in style.

  • Naughty Dog Bundling First Two Uncharted Games

    Premium-Inhalt. Since its arrival in 2007, Uncharted has been one of the most consistently lauded reasons to own a PlayStation 3?. Now, with a third game on the way, Naughty Dog? is offering an easy way for newcomers to play both of the original games.

  • Mass Effect 4 is a Given, But How Can the Series Improve?

    Premium-Inhalt. No, Mass Effect isn't going anywhere after Shepard's story is wrapped up in . Why would EA throw away one of the most valuable franchises of this generation?

  • Leaked Details of Modern Warfare 3's 'Hardened Edition'

    Premium-Inhalt. According to an anonymous source at , will have an exclusive Juggernaut outfit for XBLA, loads of limited edition art, and "Founder Status" on Call of Duty Elite with lots of extra goodies. Modern Warfare 3 will be released November 8th in North America on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and Nintendo DS?.

  • Pachter: Without Price Cut, 'PS3 Will Outsell Xbox 360'

    Premium-Inhalt. Although most analysts just seem to think that they know what's best for the gaming industry and various companies within it, Wedbush's "Nostradamus" personality Michael Pachter generally has sound advice and predictions.

  • Sony's Futuristic 3D Visor Coming to Japan on November 11th

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember in all those futuristic movies where people would have their entire heads encased in 3D visors, playing video games that were basically portable holodecks?

  • Why CEOs Prefer Old-Fashioned Networking When Hiring

    Premium-Inhalt. Want top-notch hiring advice? Sometimes the best source is at the top of your organization. I spoke with several C-level executives, and every one said their peer network is their first stop when seeking top talent. And overwhelmingly, those networks are tapped the old-fashioned way--not via LinkedIn.

  • Judge Tosses Oracle's $1.3B SAP Award

    Premium-Inhalt. German-based business software company SAP AG won a stunning reversal of the $1.3 billion jury verdict that in a November 2010 copyright-infringement trial.

  • Smartphones a must-have accessory in Hong Kong

    Premium-Inhalt. Smartphones have become a must-have accessory in Hong Kong, according to a newly released Google survey of mobile internet and market trends for Hong Kong and Asia Pacific.

  • Samurai BloodShow leads trio of Sega iOS releases

    Premium-Inhalt. For its latest iOS games, Sega is turning to the Far East for inspiration.

  • Hey, It's a Call of Duty Steam Sale

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you bummed out that Call of Duty XP, Activision's "Call of Duty fan experience," is ? Well, don't be, because you can enjoy a number of games from the Call of Duty franchise on the cheap this weekend from the comfort of your own home. Take a look at these deals:

  • Treasury to move to e-learning

    Premium-Inhalt. The Australian Government Treasury will shortly adopt an e-learning system to help provide meaningful and cost-effective training to staff.

  • Man gets six years for hacking girls to extort photographs

    Premium-Inhalt. A 32-year-old paraplegic was sentenced to six years in prison for infecting more than 100 computers in a quest for financial information, nude photographs and thrills.

  • Eidos Montreal Reportedly Set to Double in Size

    Premium-Inhalt. How about some good news for a change? Eidos Montreal, the talented team responsible for the delightful , is reportedly set to double in size, and add 350 new employees to its payroll over the next four years.

  • The Magical World of Tablets and Touchscreens

    Premium-Inhalt. "Flower gleam and glow. Let your powers shine. Make the clock reverse. Bring back what once was mine. Heal what has been hurt. Change the fates' design. Save what has been lost. Bring back what once was mine..." -Rapunzel, Tangled

  • Nintendo to Stream Upcoming Announcements Live Pre-TGS

    Premium-Inhalt. What was just a is now a hard fact: Nintendo is holding a special press conference prior to E3 to for some new announcements.

  • Mario Meets Portal in Cool Mashup Indie Game

    Premium-Inhalt. What do you get when you put an Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device (you know, a Portal gun) from Valve's popular puzzler in the hands of everyone's favorite plumber, Mario? Well, you get a little game called '"MariO", an awesome indie mashup title that's currently in the works.

  • Did Apple Really Lose Another iPhone?

    Premium-Inhalt. The Web was buzzing Wednesday with reports that an Apple employee had in a bar. Whether or not this is indeed the case is now less clear, following some additional reporting and investigation.

  • 12c Calculator Turns 30; HP Releases Anniversary Edition

    Premium-Inhalt. HP has been in technology news for all the wrong reasons lately, what with the on-again, off-again . But despite all the turmoil within HP, its is celebrating its 30th birthday. To commemorate this milestone, the company has released a of the calculator.

  • Google's Chrome Turns Three: How Fast They Grow

    Premium-Inhalt. It's hard to believe it's been only three years since the browser debuted. According to the latest market share statistics from usage-tracking firm Net Applications, Chrome now has 15.51 percent of the --a meteoric rise for an app that entered a crowded market dominated by neighborhood bully Microsoft Internet Explorer.

  • Oracle vows to continue IP theft suit against SAP

    Premium-Inhalt. A defiant Oracle Thursday vowed to continue its legal battle against rival SAP after a federal judge in California the $1.3 billion judgment the company had won against SAP late last year.

  • New Game in River City Ransom Series Coming to 3DS

    Premium-Inhalt. In Japan, it's known as Hot Blooded Tough Guy Kunio-kun. Over here, we know it as Renegade, which happens to be the first game in the well-loved series. And Arc System Works is teaming up with Million to make a new Kunio game for the Nintendo 3DS.

  • Red Dead Redemption Myths & Mavericks Bonus Pack Out Sept 13

    Premium-Inhalt. As a thank you to all of the fans who supported , Rockstar's Myths and Mavericks Bonus Pack will be available on the Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 13th. The pack includes 8 new characters and 11 maps --all free to download and enjoy. Now you can finally play as the unsung heroes of the game, the Laurel and Hardy of the old West, the brave and reliable Deputies Eli and Jonah. Here's hoping that someday Rockstar decides in their infinite wisdom to give these two their own side campaign.

  • Star Trek Online Going Free-To-Play

    Premium-Inhalt. Considering that the Federation doesn't use money, it seems somewhat fitting that is going towards the free-to-play model later this year.

  • L.A. Noire Developer Team Bondi May Close Down For Good

    Premium-Inhalt. While it's not surprising at this point, has revealed that Team Bondi, the development studio behind , is current under "administration" as the company tries to find new investors.

  • CIO Alert: Five Cures for What Ails IT

    Premium-Inhalt. Your IT department may be armed with bright and ambitious employees, but that doesn't mean the group will be efficient.

  • Toshiba's New Glasses-Free 3D HDTV: Only 8000 Euros!

    Premium-Inhalt. Toshiba's 55-inch glasses-free 3D TV is graduating from a trade show parlor trick to a genuine product -- but it'll cost a pretty penny.

  • Canadian cableco says no to cellular

    Premium-Inhalt. One of Canada's biggest communications companies has turned down the opportunity to take advantage of the CDN$189 million in wireless spectrum it bought to build a new cellular network.

  • Gateway ID47HO2: Good Looks and Feel

    Premium-Inhalt. Why any company would take a sleek, good-looking, decent-performing laptop and name it the ID47HO2 is a mystery. But Gateway has, and it doesn't do its subject justice--by all-purpose laptop standards, the ID47HO2 is a definite cut above in appearance. It also has "good enough" performance and squeezes just over 7 hours of runtime out of its battery. Still, aesthetics and ergonomics are the real reasons you should consider buying this laptop.

  • Q&A: Hitachi GST CEO says hard drive future hangs in cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. In March, (HGST), the disk drive subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., in a stock and cash transaction valued at $4.3 billion. HGST CEO Steve Milligan will join WD as president at the closing of the deal, expected in the fourth quarter.

  • Lenovo Announces Stylish 12-inch MacBook Air Competitor

    Premium-Inhalt. We've long waited for an affordable Windows alternative to the MacBook Air, and while Lenovo's new IdeaPad U300s looks great, it doesn't appear to be competing on price in the soon-to-be-crowded Ultrabook market. The hardware specs of this 13.3-inch laptop matches the MacBook Air fronts, is arguably thinner, and starts at a reasonable $1200 (about $100 less than the entry-level 13-inch Air). Though the price compares favorably to Apple's ultralight laptop, there are other manufacturers targeting sub-$1000 prices for some Ultrabook models this fall.

  • RankMyHack Adds Leaderboards, Achievement Points to Hacking

    Premium-Inhalt. Hacking has gone the way of FourSquare and gaming in general by adding scores and leaderboards for who can make the most daring hacks. We're not making this up.

  • RemoteLink App Finds an Address, Sends It to Your Car

    Premium-Inhalt. Think about the time you waste by typing in an address in a car’s GPS navigation system. Instead of driving where you need to go, you must first wade through the different menu prompts required to enter the destination. When running late for an appointment, you might lose typing in an address you've scribbled on a piece of paper or printed out from Google Maps.

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