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Meldungen vom 15.09.2011

  • Supply-Chain-Management - oft ein Blindflug

    Komplexität

    Es fehlt an Mitteln und Methoden, um Veränderungen frühzeitig zu erkennen, so eine aktuelle Studie der Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften in München.  …mehr

  • iPhone 5 sieht aus wie das iPhone 4

    Gerüchteküche wird angeheizt

    Nach neuesten Gerüchten steht das iPhone 5 ab dem 15. Oktober in den Läden und soll doch keine komplette Neuentwicklung sein. Dennoch ist die Nachfrage nach dem neuen iPhone deutlich höher als beim Vorgänger. …mehr

  • Bedenken bei Google Analytics ausgeräumt

    Datenschutz

    Datenschützer haben sich mit Google auf klare Regeln für den Dienst Google Analytics verständigt. Nun sind Websites, die den Service nutzen, in der Pflicht. …mehr

  • Google auf Patent-Einkaufstour bei IBM

    Die Sammlung wächst

    Im Konkurrenzkampf setzt Google zunehmend auf Patente als Abwehrmaßnahme. In diesem Jahr hat der Konzern rund 2.000 Schutzrechte von IBM übernommen. …mehr

  • Google-Rivalen loten Werbe-Allianz aus

    Microsoft + AOL + Yahoo

    Die Google-Rivalen Microsoft, AOL und Yahoo sprechen laut einem Zeitungsbericht über eine Partnerschaft bei Online-Werbung, um dem Branchenführer besser Paroli bieten zu können.  …mehr

  • Multi-Messenger mit Business-Anschluss

    Kleine Helfer

    Ein Instant-Messaging-Client für alle Netze - "Trillian" ist der geeignete Messenger. …mehr

  • Bing legt auf Kosten von Google zu

    US-Suchmaschinenmarkt

    In kleinen Schritten kämpft sich Microsofts Suchmaschine Bing an den vermeintlich übermächtigen Rivalen Google heran. Auch Yahoo konnte zuletzt zulegen. …mehr

  • Bayern bekommt eigene Internet-Kennung

    Keinscherz.bayern

    Bayern soll eine eigene Internet-Kennung bekommen. Internet-Adressen können damit künftig statt auf ".de" auch auf ".bayern" enden.  …mehr

  • Manager verdienen wieder Spitzengehälter

    Studie

    Die Vorstände der 30 DAX-Konzerne verdienen nach einer Studie der Hans-Böckler-Stiftung wieder Spitzengehälter.  …mehr

  • Neuer Flaggschiff-Androide mit Beats Audio

    HTC Sensation XE

    HTC hat das Sensation XE vorgestellt. Das Smartphone bietet einen schnellen Dualcore-Prozessor, einen großen S-LCD-Touchscreen sowie neue Versionen von Android und der Benutzeroberfläche Sense. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2011 - Michael Rittinghaus, adesso AG

    Vom 15. bis 28. September beantwortet der Java-Profi Michael Rittinghaus vom Dortmunder IT-Dienstleister Adesso Fragen zu Karriereperspektiven von IT-Profis im Allgemeinen und von Softwareentwicklern im Besonderen.  …mehr

  • Behörden bereiten erstmals Cyber-Manöver vor

    Moderne Zeiten

    Behörden von Bund und Ländern werden im Herbst in einem gemeinsamen Manöver zum ersten Mal die Abwehr einer Cyber-Attacke üben.  …mehr

  • Regeln für Privatgeräte fehlen

    Konsumerisierung auf dem Vormarsch

    Die Mitarbeiter machen Druck: Immer mehr Unternehmen setzen daher private Geräte auch für geschäftliche Aufgaben ein. Allerdings fehlen meistens verbindliche Regeln für den Umgang mit Consumer-Devices.  …mehr

  • SAP zahlt 20 Millionen wegen Oracle-Datenklau

    Im strafrechtlichen Verfahren

    Die US-Justiz zieht den deutschen Softwarekonzern SAP wegen des Datenklaus beim US-Rivalen Oracle zur Rechenschaft. Die Strafe liegt bei 20 Millionen Dollar (15 Mio Euro).  …mehr

  • Risikoprofile von Millionen EC-Karten versilbern

    Planspiele bei Easycash

    Der EC-Kartennetzbetreiber Easycash verfügt über gewaltige Datenmengen aus dem bargeldlosen Zahlungsverkehr mit EC-Karten. Diesen Schatz wollte das Ratinger Unternehmen versilbern und Risikoprofile anbieten, wie Datenschützer bestätigen.  …mehr

  • Excel-Hürden ganz leicht überfliegen

    Zehn Tipps von KPMG

    Für viele Anwender ist der Umgang mit Excel alltägliche Routine. Dennoch nervt die Arbeit manchmal. Wenn das Programm ausgerechnet im größten Stress zickt, und Zellen und Datenblätter einen ratlos machen. Da hilft nur Ruhe bewahren und die folgenden Tipps beachten. …mehr

  • 50.000 Unterschriften gegen Vorratsdatenspeicherung

    Einen Schritt weiter

    Innerhalb von drei Wochen haben mehr als 50000 Bürger eine Online-Petition gegen die anlasslose Speicherung von Internet- und Telefonverbindungsdaten unterzeichnet.  …mehr

  • Facebook-Börsengang kommt erst Ende 2012

    'Financial Times'

    Der Börsengang des Online-Netzwerks Facebook soll laut einem Zeitungsbericht erst Ende 2012 kommen und damit deutlich später als bisher erwartet.  …mehr

  • Edifier Tick Tock Dock - Retro Wecker und iPhone-Dock

    Gadget des Tages

    Das Tick Tock Dock von Edifier ist Nostalgie-Wecker und Docking-Station für iPhone und iPod in einem. …mehr

  • Die Erlebnisse der Chefs

    Neulich in….

    Sie stehen an der Spitze eines Unternehmens oder einer Behörde, doch manchmal verschlägt es auch ihnen die Sprache. Chefs erinnern sich an außergewöhnliche Begegnungen und denkwürdige Situationen in ihrem Berufsleben.  …mehr

  • Fremde Markennamen auf der Website

    Was ist erlaubt, was nicht?

    Welche Voraussetzungen und rechtlichen Vorgaben Homepage-Inhaber beachten müssen, sagt Felix Barth.  …mehr

  • Das iPad 2 als mobiles Büro

    Das Apple-Tablet im Business

    Mit der richtigen Ausstattung wird das iPad 2 zum mobilen Arbeitsplatz. Wir stellen die besten Apps und nützliches Zubehör für diesen Zweck vor.  …mehr

  • Rebuttal: Remaking Final Fantasy VII Would Be a Bad Idea

    Premium-Inhalt. Japanese RPG fans are really passionate about the whole issue of whether or not should be remade. In fact, not long after , I got two separate pitches from freelancers wanting to write a rebuttal. But as McKinley is my peer here at GamePro, maybe it's best that I respond myself. I don't have any illusions that this piece will put the issue to bed for good, but I can at least explain why I think remaking Final Fantasy VII would be a bad idea.

  • PSN Update Shields Sony From Lawsuits

    Premium-Inhalt. Sony may not be familiar with , but when it comes to , they've got all of the dance steps down to a science.

  • Dead Island Racks Up 1 Million Units Shipped in Just a Week

    Premium-Inhalt. It looks like a rough PC launch and some unfortunate gender-bashing didn't affect sales of for the worse, as publisher Deep Silver reports that the game has successfully shipped a million copies in just a week.

  • Newly Leaked Accessories Hint at Look of iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. Early Thursday, iPhone accessory manufacturer Case-Mate published a page showing six case designs for the upcoming iPhone 5. These designs give us the best sense yet of what the iPhone 5 might look like.

  • The Avengers Video Game: What Could Have Been

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier today, and got their hands on some leaked video and images of THQ's cancelled The Avengers project. Meant to tie-in with the upcoming 2012 film, the game was set to be a first person action brawler. The project was meant to appear on the Xbox 360, PS3 and Microsoft Windows platforms with THQ Studio Australia in charge of the console versions while Blue Tongue Entertainment was in charge of the PC version. But alas, THQ's Australian house (Studio Oz) has closed, and with it came the news of The Avengers: The Video Game's cancellation.

  • Mobile startups push health at Demo

    Premium-Inhalt. Smartphones can help make people healthier, according to three startups that stood out among young mobile companies presenting their ideas at the Demo Fall conference this week.

  • Intel's Thunderbolt with fiber optics years away

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel's Thunderbolt high-speed interconnect technology, which shuffles data between PCs and devices like displays and external storage, could be years away from getting optical technology, an Intel executive said this week.

  • Google acquires over 1,000 IBM patents

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has acquired over 1,000 patents from IBM, as part of its strategy to strengthen its patent portfolio to counter litigation, according to of the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

  • Free Internet Security for Small Businesses

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you looking to cut expenses for your small business or organization? You can save some cash by replacing those annual antivirus subscriptions with free equivalents. Though most free tools are restricted to home or personal use, a few are also available for businesses at no charge. We'll look at what the various freebies offer, and explain how to get started using them.

  • Windows Server 8 improves scalability, scope

    Premium-Inhalt. Every once in a while, you get a glimpse of something in the tech world that takes your breath away. For consumers, the iPad's eye candy and extreme usability, for instance, have the power to change the way they relate to computers. For enterprise administrators, data center managers and system managers, the features and improvements in are right up there in significance. It's really a game-changer in the world of server operating systems.

  • Second carrier in Canada starts LTE service

    Premium-Inhalt. The Network World Canada story, "Second carrier in Canada starts LTE service," which ran on the wire Wednesday, has been updated to reflect the nature of some Bell, Rogers and Telus subscribers. The last paragraph now reads as follows:

  • TechCrunch Disrupt Startups Show Small Business Tools

    Premium-Inhalt. At this week, start-ups presented a slew of new cloud-based services built to help small businesses. These include business management, analytics, and conferencing tools. The freemium payment model, whereby a free service has premium features available for a price, is the model of choice. Here are some highlights from the start-ups with tools and services for small businesses.

  • Windows Server 8: What We Know So Far

    Premium-Inhalt. I know it is not as glamorous or with its Metro UI, and touchscreen magic, but Microsoft has some other tricks up its sleeve for this . The day 2 keynote focused on which is just as bold an evolution--if not moreso--than its desktop sibling.

  • SAP pays $20M to settle criminal charges in Oracle case

    Premium-Inhalt. SAP has agreed to pay just over US$20 million to settle a criminal case brought against its TomorrowNow subsidiary.

  • Microsoft dragging its feet with browser fix, security vendor says

    Premium-Inhalt. StrikeForce Technologies, a small vendor of a keystroke encryption technology, is accusing of not acting fast enough to fix a issue that it says is preventing StrikeForce's technology from working with Internet Explorer 9.

  • Microsoft: No Windows Server for ARM

    Premium-Inhalt. While Microsoft is embracing the ARM processor architecture for its next Windows client operating system, Windows 8, the company has no immediate plans to develop an ARM-based version of its next Windows Server, the company executive in charge of Windows Server confirmed Wednesday.

  • CFOs in a Post-PC World

    Premium-Inhalt. The recent news of in a spin-off is a clear sign that we are entering a new age of computing.

  • M&A: Second Wave, or No Wave Ahead?

    Premium-Inhalt. It's only "the calm before the storm," Mick Morrissey says of the recent M&A slowdown in the architectural, engineering and construction-company sector, where his consulting firm specializes. And Morrissey, managing principal at Boston-based , is talking about a good storm, with merger and acquisition volumes first making up for the last two recession-plagued years of lost ground, and then heading sharply up.

  • Get Street Fighter II And Final Fight On Your iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you an App Store aficionado with a penchant for old-school pugilism? Then today may be your lucky day. Hot on the heels of the hefty update that hit earlier today, Capcom Mobile has released and the for iDevices everywhere.

  • Remains of the Day: I like big buttons

    Premium-Inhalt. More rumors about the iPhone 5's appearance surface, Google buys up yet another passel of patents, and Steve Jobs gets some praise from a surprising source. The remainders for Thursday, September 15, 2011 are just calling to say they love you.

  • Mobile phone app downloads in APAC up 189% this year: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. Asia-Pacific (AP) mobile phone application downloads will top almost 5 billion by the end of 2011, growth of 189% per cent from the 1.6 billion downloaded in 2010, according to Ovum.

  • Mobile messages to top 3.5 trillion this year in APAC: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. The number of mobile text, picture and video messages sent in Asia-Pacific (AP) will top 3.5 trillion this year, up 14 per cent from the 3 trillion sent last year, according to Ovum. The global messaging market represents 7.5 trillion traffic in 2011 and it is not a surprise that AP holds almost 50% of the share.

  • Windows Server 8: Massive storage enhancements ahead

    Premium-Inhalt. In the first part of my 2-part I looked at some of the best of the more than 300 new features Microsoft packed into the upcoming server OS. Now it's time to turn our attention to some massive storage enhancements.

  • Skype closes Windows gap with improved Facebook integration

    Premium-Inhalt. Just five weeks after releasing , Skype has unveiled beta version 5.4 of its Mac client. The new update promises to add improved Facebook integration, as well as bring the Mac version of the popular VOIP software more in line with Skype for Windows.

  • Are Your Eyes Ready for Dual LCD Monitor Glasses?

    Premium-Inhalt. Do you love the promise of 3D gaming but hate the headaches?

  • Five Reasons to Try Joomla for Content Management

    Premium-Inhalt. There are numerous Web content management systems available out there to serve the needs of companies large and small, including numerous free and options. One that's figured prominently in the news this week, however, is , which is making headlines for the fact that it recently hit 25 million downloads.

  • Windows Server 8: Highlights of the upcoming server OS

    Premium-Inhalt. On September 8th, shortly before the public unveiling of Windows 8 client, I headed over to Redmond for a two-day meeting where Microsoft talked about what's in store for Windows Server 8. According to Microsoft's Bill Laing, Corporate Vice President for the Server and Cloud Division, the server team implemented over 300 new features, all of which "target businesses that are moving to the cloud and manage servers and devices, whether they're physical or virtual, on-premise or off-premise."

  • Judge strikes part of Oracle's Java lawsuit against Google

    Premium-Inhalt. A federal judge threw out a small part of Oracle's Java lawsuit against Google on Thursday but allowed the bulk of the case to proceed.

  • A crash course in PostgreSQL, part 2

    Premium-Inhalt. In , we learned important PostgreSQL fundamentals. Today, we'll learn how to populate a table with data, and about important concepts like schema, normalization, views, and transactions.

  • RIM's PlayBook shipments drop in half

    Premium-Inhalt. PlayBook shipments dropped in half for Research In Motion during its second quarter, which also saw revenue continue to plummet.

  • 'Consumerization of IT' Taking Its Toll on IT Managers

    Premium-Inhalt. "Consumerization of IT" may be an overused phrase, but it is by no means a fad. Workers nationwide are coming to expect that personal devices will connect to corporate networks.

  • TGS: Japan Gets a $500 Fantasy XIII-2 Lightning Edition PS3

    Premium-Inhalt. If you liked Final Fantasy XIII and are already planning your New Year's budget around , you might want to have an extra $500 handy.

  • TGS: Square Enix Announces Mobile Final Fantasy Legends

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite not having any native Japanese speakers on staff, not only pieced together the details of Square Enix?'s new mobile RPG, but the possible English name, should the title come stateside.

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