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  • Wie Mittelständler von Office 365 profitieren

    Cloud-Dienste nutzen

    Mit Office 365 greifen Unternehmen auf die aktuellen Microsoft-Versionen von Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online und Lync Online über die Cloud zu. Davon profitieren vor allem kleine und mittelständische Unternehmen, die sich ausschließlich auf ihr Kerngeschäft konzentrieren möchten.  …mehr

  • "Diese Leute haben mich verarscht"

    Teurer Wutausbruch von Ex-Yahoo-Chefin

    Die vom Yahoo-Verwaltungsrat per Telefon gefeuerte Konzernchefin nimmt bei ihrem ersten Interview nach dem Rauswurf kein Blatt vor den Mund - und riskiert damit ihre Abfindung!  …mehr

  • Google kauft Restaurantführer Zagat

    Schritt ins Lokale

    Wenige Wochen nach der Übernahme von Motorolas Mobilfunk-Sparte meldet Google den nächsten Zukauf. Ein Restaurantführer soll die Google-Dienste mit Informationen über Gaststätten, Hotels und Geschäfte versorgen.  …mehr

  • Verkaufsverbot für das Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 bekräftigt

    Apple siegt vor Gericht

    Das Düsseldorfer Landgericht hat von Apple erwirkte Einstweilige Verfügung gegen den vermeintlichen iPad-2-Klon bestätigt.  …mehr

  • Erste mobile ID-App für E-Personalausweis

    MONA für Identifizierung

    Wissenschaftler der TU Darmstadt am Center for Advanced Security Research Darmstadt (CASED) haben mit "MONA" eine eID-App für den neuen Personalausweis entwickelt.  …mehr

  • E-Plus-Chef steigt in den KPN-Vorstand auf

    Doppelrolle für Thorsten Dirks

    Die niederländische Muttergesellschaft KPN will E-Plus-CEO Thorsten Dirks die Verantwortung für alle internationalen Mobilfunkaktivitäten auf Vorstandsebene übertragen.  …mehr

  • Google verbraucht soviel Strom wie eine Großstadt

    Geheimnis gelüftet

    Google hat eines seiner am besten gehüteten Geheimnisse gelüftet: den Stromverbrauch seiner gigantischen Rechenzentren, über die die Suchanfragen dieser Welt laufen. …mehr

  • Die 12 besten Twitter-Alternativen

    Mikroblogging im Unternehmen

    Wir stellen Programme vor, die sich fürs Mikroblogging im Business-Umfeld besser eignen als der Platzhirsch mit dem Vogel. …mehr

  • Geniale Dateimanager für Sie ausgewählt

    Explorerersatz

    Smarter und leistungsfähiger als der Windows Explorer: Dateimanager erfreuen sich großer Beliebtheit. Wir zeigen Ihnen geniale Funktionen von Total Commander & Co. Kennen Sie schon alle? …mehr

  • Yahoo versüßt Carol Bartz den Rausschmiss

    10 Millionen Dollar

    Mit einem dicken Scheck in der Hand lässt sich ein Rausschmiss leichter ertragen: Die gefeuerte Yahoo-Chefin Carol Bartz dürfte zum Abschied um die 10 Millionen Dollar bekommen. Der Grund für die hohe Abfindung ist, dass ihr Vertrag eigentlich noch eineinhalb Jahre weitergelaufen wäre.  …mehr

  • 7P macht Sharepoint mobil

    Enterprise Mobility

    Die Lösung "7P Mobile SharePoint" verspricht insbesondere kleinen Firmen einen schnellen und günstigen Einstieg in die mobile Welt. Geht der Plan auf?  …mehr

  • Samsung Chromebook Serie 5 im Test

    Google-Netbook

    Liegt die Zukunft in der Wolke? Google setzt auf die Cloud und bringt zusammen mit Samsung das Chromebook auf den Markt. Was macht es besser als Tablets und Netbooks? Der Test liefert die Antwort.  …mehr

  • Geübter Blick auf Schwachstellen

    Berufsbild SCM-Berater

    Berater für Supply-Chain-Management verbessern Abläufe entlang der gesamten Lieferkette.  …mehr

  • HP Photosmart Premium C310a im Test

    Tintenstrahl-Multifunktionsgerät

    Das Multifunktionsgerät HP Photosmart Premium C310a bringt mit Duplex-Einheit, WLAN, Touchscreen und ePrint attraktive Ausstattungsmerkmale mit. Wie gut sie in der Praxis sind, untersucht der Test.  …mehr

  • So installieren und konfigurieren Sie das kostenlose NAS-System

    Ratgeber FreeNAS 8.0

    Das quelloffene FreeNAS bringt in der neuen Version 8.0 eine ganze Reihe an Zusatzfunktionen sowie eine neue Oberfläche. Lesen Sie in unserem Ratgeber, wie sie FreeNAS installieren und optimal konfigurieren. …mehr

  • Facebook zu Selbstregulierung bei Datenschutz bereit

    Kompromiss in Sicht

    Facebook geht nach jahrelanger Kritik an seiner Datenschutz-Politik auf die deutschen Behörden zu.  …mehr

  • Flash Server update brings iOS support, eases tensions

    Premium-Inhalt. Since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, Apple and Adobe have been engaged in a cold war over the future of Flash on the iOS platform, a conflict that has occasionally warmed as the companies and their employees traded barbs. And so, while Friday's --which can stream content to iOS devices--could be construed as a step towards détente, it doesn't yet mark the tearing down of the wall.

  • HP Rolls Out Printers, 3D Scanning, Better Cloud Printing

    Premium-Inhalt. On Thursday, HP announced 13 new printers and scanners, many of which target the small and midsize business market. This new range of printers and scanners emphasizes Web-connected printing and advanced scanning.

  • Google contacts Iranian users to secure Gmail accounts

    Premium-Inhalt. Google is directly contacting users in Iran, who may have been compromised by a rogue SSL certificate, to recommend measures to secure their accounts.

  • Stanford Hospital investigating patient data leak

    Premium-Inhalt. Stanford University Hospital in Palo Alto, Calif. is reported to be investigating how a spreadsheet containing personal medical data on 20,000 patients that was being handled by one of its billing contractors ended up being publicly available for nearly one year on a homework help site for students.

  • Deus Ex Only Needed 5 Days to Top the August NPD Charts

    Premium-Inhalt. Sure, video games sales might be in the toilet compared to last year, but how that Deus Ex: Human Revolution, right?

  • Why GlobalSign Was Right to Suspend New Certificates

    Premium-Inhalt. When you work in computer security, reputation is everything. Certificate authentication authority (CA) GlobalSign on Monday pending the result of an investigation into a claim by a hacker that its security had been compromised. Their swift response maintains their reputation as a leading CA and positions them as an optimal choice for anyone looking for a CA for their business.

  • Activision Loses Call of Duty URL for Modern Warfare 4

    Premium-Inhalt. So, after over the ModernWarfare3.com web address , you'd think that Activision would have an intern or someone camp out on other similar URLs, right?

  • Hey, Facebook RPGs -- Zynga's Coming with Kingdoms & Quests

    Premium-Inhalt. Is there any theme that won't fit snugly into the FarmVille model? Probably not, as Zynga is reportedly about to launch their first fantasy role-playing game. If you thought the name would be "RPGVille" or "QuestVille," you're not thinking far enough inside the box -- the upcoming social game is actually titled Kingdoms & Quests.

  • Marty McFly's Auto-Lacing Shoes Are Real; Geeks Rejoice

    Premium-Inhalt. Just over a year ago, GeekTech that recreated the self-lacing shoes that Marty McFly wore in Back to the Future Part 2. Around the same time, for shoes that "provide a set of straps that can be automatically opened and closed to switch between a loosened and tightened position of the upper". Now, it looks like the real thing is here in the Nike Air Mag.

  • RSA spearphish attack may have hit US defense organizations

    Premium-Inhalt. The hackers who broke into EMC's RSA Security division last March used the same attack code to try to break into several other companies, including two U.S. national security organizations, according to data provided by the VirusTotal website.

  • Pay Me Now, or E-Invoice Me Later?

    Premium-Inhalt. Want to do business with the Department of the Treasury? Better get onboard with e-invoicing.

  • Will Ubuntu Linux Switch to a Monthly Release Cycle?

    Premium-Inhalt. There seems to be no end to the major changes being tossed around for Ubuntu this year.

  • Remains of the Day: It's magic, you know

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint may sweeten its iPhone 5 deal, Android's found itself under attack by corsairs, and Apple brings more magic to its iPad. Abracadabra, alakazam! It's the remainders for Friday, September 9, 2011.

  • I Create, Therefore I'm a CFO

    Premium-Inhalt. As finance professionals, we constantly balance creativity and complexity. I'm sure many of you have stories of multiple-spreadsheet models that link through complex formulae and activity. It's important for us to embrace complexity, and remain focused on the details of our models.

  • Making the Most of 'Touchpoints'

    Premium-Inhalt. Besides the CEO, it is often argued, the CFO has more overlap with the various company functions than any other C-suite member. Because so many aspects of a firm's activities influence the bottom line, the finance chief often must have a degree of involvement with such disparate areas as the legal function, marketing and sales, and IT -- in addition to running finance. Beyond attending meetings, a CFO's hectic schedule is also peppered with smaller, more informal interactions with colleagues and employees.

  • Legislation Is Targeting 'Shell Games'

    Premium-Inhalt. Current U.S. law allows individuals to form a corporation without identifying who will own the company. "Today, it takes more information to obtain a driver's license or open a U.S. bank account than it does to form a U.S. corporation," Michigan Democratic Senator Carl Levin said in that would require each state to obtain the names of beneficial owners of corporations or limited liability companies (LLCs) formed under the state's laws.

  • What Jobs Crisis? CFOs Seek Finance Hires

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite overall worries about how to reduce joblessness -- which President Obama will put on display tonight -- the fourth quarter looks like a strong one for finance hiring, CFOs say.

  • The Language of C-Suite Deceit

    Premium-Inhalt. It is often easy enough to pick up on the verbal cues from someone about falsehoods or evasions --- whether the speaker is within our social circle, or a candidate on the hustings. But what about in a business context. Say, an earnings conference call?

  • Ellison, Page ordered to mediation

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison and Google CEO Larry Page must sit down and try to work out a settlement on Sept. 19, according to a court order filed on Friday.

  • HP optimistic about growth in imaging and printing sector

    Premium-Inhalt. HP Imaging and printing group (IPG) is growing market share in every single sector and is optimistic about further growth, said the group's executive vice president Vyomesh Joshi at the annual global imaging and printing conference in Shanghai on Thursday (September 8).

  • Anonymous supporters claim NBC News Twitter hack

    Premium-Inhalt. Hackers calling themselves the Script Kiddies took control of the NBC News Twitter account on Friday afternoon and used it to send out a series of hoax Twitter messages claiming there was a repeat terrorist attack on New York's Ground Zero.

  • 9/11: Stranded on a Ship with 100 CIOs

    Premium-Inhalt. My 9/11 experience was spent in the company of nearly 100 CIOs, stranded and cut off from most communication aboard a cruise ship that had left NY Harbor on the evening of 9/9. The occasion was a CIO conference run by a British company, set aboard a Norwegian-based cruise liner.

  • PopCap Slashes Prices for App Store Sale

    Premium-Inhalt. received a beefy yesterday, bringing nine new mini-games to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Now, PopCap is throwing a sale throughout their catalog.

  • IDC: Embedded systems market to double by 2015

    Premium-Inhalt. The market for embedded computer systems, which already generates more than US$1 trillion in revenue annually, will double in size over the next four years, according to a report about to be released by research company IDC.

  • Free Kirby Mass Attack Demo on Nintendo Channel

    Premium-Inhalt. Can you remember the last time you checked the Nintendo Channel on your Wii? Me either. As it turns out, you can get your hands on a free demo version of for your reliable DS or fancy, futuristic 3DS. The game, which features a massive hoard of Kirbys seeking a way to return to their original, single-puffball form, won't be out until September 16th.

  • Uncharted 3 Gets A Sandy Makeover

    Premium-Inhalt. The Arabian desert is a vast, sandy wilderness spanning eight countries and occupying most of the Arabian peninsula. It's also serves as the central setting for Naughty Dog's upcoming sequel . The treasure-hunting, Indiana Jones and his archeological exploits-inspired title sees protagonist Nathan Drake and his mentor Victor Sullivan traveling around the world in search of the Iram of the Pilars -- a legendary lost city on the Arabian Peninsula, considered by some to be the "Atlantis of the Sands."

  • Monitor Sales Keep Plummeting as Mobile Takes Over

    Premium-Inhalt. In case you didn't realize, the rise of laptops and tablets have put a serious dent in the sale of . And now sales are declining at a faster rate than they had been in recent years.

  • NTI Media Maker 9 Ultimate HD Edition

    Premium-Inhalt. With the newest version of Media Maker, NTI pulls within shouting distance of CyberLink, , and , and their traditional multimedia suites. Now offering support for Blu-ray movie discs, NTI Media Maker 9 Ultimate HD Edition ($100 as of August 27, 2011) is arguably the easiest to use among the four media-creation packages. It still lags a bit in file format support, however, and the implementation of its features is rough in some areas.

  • NTI Shadow 5 Review: Simple, Continuous Backup

    Premium-Inhalt. NTI's Shadow is a survivor, and that's a good thing. Version 1 had some issues, and at one point NTI was literally giving it away. Fortunately the company stuck with it. NTI Shadow 5 ($40 as of August 27, 2011) works well and is actually two programs in one, offering both continuous plain and sync.

  • SAP to plead guilty to DOJ criminal charges

    Premium-Inhalt. Former SAP subsidiary TomorrowNow will plead guilty to criminal charges of copyright infringement for downloading software from Oracle's servers.

  • iPhone Attachment Lets You Record 360-Degree Panoramas

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're sick of sloppily made panoramic images, you might want to look at this for your iPhone 4. The GoPano micro, made by , attaches straight to your iPhone 4 over the existing lens; all you have to do is hit the record button in the app.

  • San Diego blackout highlights infrastructure vulnerabilities

    Premium-Inhalt. Thursday's massive power outage across parts of Arizona and southern California serves as another reminder of the vulnerabilities in the nation's power infrastructure.

  • Microsoft spruces up HTML capabilities in Visual Studio

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft says it will make it easier to deal with HTML in the planned next release of its Visual Studio IDE, dubbed vNext, but it won't say when vNext will come out.

  • How to Protect Yourself From Certificate Bandits

    Premium-Inhalt. There have been two major Certificate Authority (CA) attacks this year. In March, a hacker successfully penetrated one of the largest CA's on the Web--Comodo--and managed to to himself (including one for Yahoo). The took place this week when a Dutch CA, Diginotar, was compromised and a number of fake certificates were issued.

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