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  • HP liefert Container-RZs an Airbus

    Private Cloud mit PODs

    Der Flugzeugbauer Airbus rüstet mit Hilfe von Hewlett-Packard seine Rechenleistung drastisch auf. …mehr

  • Hinweise auf Amazon-Tablet verdichten sich

    iPad-Konkurrenz

    Der weltgrößte Online-Einzelhändler Amazon.com wird laut US-Medienberichten am Mittwoch einen Rivalen für Apples erfolgreiches iPad vorstellen. …mehr

  • Viele Filme im Internet sind "ein Haufen Müll"

    Redford

    US-Schauspieler und Regisseur Robert Redford (75) sieht im Internet eine Gefahr für die Filmkunst. …mehr

  • Deutsche Wirtschaft profitiert von Google-Produkten

    IW-Auftragsstudie

    Die Dienste des Internetgiganten Google tragen nach einer Untersuchung des Instituts der Deutschen Wirtschaft (IW) zu mehr Produktivität und höherem Absatz der Unternehmen bei. …mehr

  • Neuer Cluster-Server von Oracle stellt neun Weltrekorde auf

    Sparc Supercluster T4-4

    Oracle hat auf Basis der neuesten Sparc-Generation den nach Angaben des Herstellers weltweit leistungsfähigsten General-Purpose-Server vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Die Top 100 ITK-Unternehmen 2011

    Das Ranking der Besten

    Die Top-100-Publikation, die inzwischen zum achten Mal erscheint, hat traditionell eine etwas gewagtere Anmutung. …mehr

  • Machtkämpfe im Speichermarkt

    CW Spezial Top 100 - Storage

    Übernahmen und technische Trends - Lesen Sie, mit welchen Umwälzungen der Storage-Markt im letzten Jahr zu kämpfen hatte. …mehr

  • Gartner sieht Paradigmenwechsel bei IT-Services

    ILCS

    Die Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner erwartet, dass IT-Dienstleistungen künftig immer öfter als industrialisierte low-cost IT-Services (ILCS) angeboten und bezogen werden.  …mehr

  • SAP und Co. entdecken ihre soziale Seite

    CW Spezial Top 100 - Business-Software

    Der Großstadtdschungel findet seine virtuelle Fortsetzung im Social Web. Für die Softwarebranche entsteht dort die Chance, einen Schatz von ungeahnter Größe zu heben.  …mehr

  • Kodak-Aktie fällt an einem Tag um mehr als ein Viertel

    Kreditlinie angegriffen

    Der Fotopionier Kodak hat mit der Inanspruchnahme eines Kredits ohnehin nervöse Investoren in die Flucht geschlagen. …mehr

  • Actian verspricht Action statt Reports

    Ingres war einmal

    Der Datenbank- und BI-Spezialist Ingres hat sich umbenannt in Actian und eine Cloud-basierende Entwicklungsplattform für Apps zur Analyse von Massendaten ("Big Data") vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Super Talent USB 3.0 DataGuardian - USB-Stick mit Passwortschutz

    Gadget des Tages

    Super Talent bietet mit seinen neuen DataGuardian USB-Sticks, die umfangreiche Security-Features bieten. …mehr

  • Facebook räumt Cookie-Fehler ein

    Abhilfe versprochen

    Das soziale Netzwerk Facebook hat eingeräumt, dass seine Cookies Daten von fremden Webseiten auch dann an Facebook übertragen können, wenn ein Nutzer nicht bei Facebook angemeldet ist.  …mehr

  • Gipfelstürmer Apple hat alles unter Kontrolle

    CW Spezial Top 100 - Communications

    Momentan kann man noch so gute Smartphones bauen: Gegen das Apple iPhone anzukommen ist fast aussichtslos. Und falls doch - wozu gibt es Patentanwälte? …mehr

  • Auch Motorola Solutions unter Schmiedgeldverdacht

    US-Ermittlung

    US-Behörden prüfen laut einem Zeitungsbericht das Geschäftsgebahren von Motorola Solutions in Europa. …mehr

  • "Zeitbomber" wollen Debatte über Gefahren des Internet anstoßen

    Lesestoff

    Das Internet ist allgegenwärtig. Aber es ist nie dafür entworfen worden, eine so große Rolle zu spielen. Ein gefährlicher Gegensatz, warnen die Autoren des Buchs "Zeitbombe Internet", die uns vor einer großen Krise sehen.  …mehr

  • So integrieren Sie das iPad in die IT-Infrastruktur

    Praxistipps

    Das iPad in die Firmen-IT zu integrieren ist möglich, aber nicht immer trivial. Dieser Praxisratgeber zeigt mit Tipps und Apps, wie Sie das dennoch bewältigen.  …mehr

  • Tablets erschüttern das PC-Geschäft

    CW Spezial Top 100 - der PC-Markt

    Dem PC-Geschäft stehen turbulente Zeiten bevor. Mit der Tablet-Klasse kommen neue Hersteller ins Spiel und bringen den Markt zum Beben.  …mehr

  • IT-Projektmarkt im Wandel

    CW Spezial Top 100 - IT-Services

    Der Trend zu Standarddiensten in den Anwenderunternehmen zieht weit reichende Veränderungen im gesamten IT-Servicemarkt nach sich. …mehr

  • Die 25 größten Systemhäuser

    CW Spezial Top 100 - Systemhäuser

    Der Wirtschaftsaufschwung lässt die Systemhauslandschaft erblühen. 2010 gab es unter den Top-25-Systemhäusern keine Insolvenz oder Übernahme.  …mehr

  • Wird E-Mail zur Social-Media-Zentrale?

    Twitter, Facebook, Xing

    Die elektronische Post hat das Fax und die Briefpost in vielen Bereichen ersetzt. Heute lassen Social-Media-Werkzeuge ihrerseits die E-Mail alt aussehen.  …mehr

  • Apple's iPhone Event is Near: 5 Predictions

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple will put an end to the rumors and introduce its next iPhone on October 4--it's already that will be held at Apple's Cupertino campus. New Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to take the stage and make the big announcement.

  • NASA cloud architect forms company for private cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. The lead architect of NASA's cloud platform, which spun off into the open-source OpenStack cloud operating system, is launching a new company and product aimed at helping enterprises more easily build private clouds.

  • Oracle's Sparc SuperCluster due by year end

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle has launched its new Sparc T4 processor, along with new hardware that it hopes will turn up the heat on server rivals Hewlett-Packard and IBM.

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Tablet Available for Pre-Order

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung announced Monday that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Android tablet is available for pre-order now, and will ship October 2.

  • How to Recover a Lost Phone, Tablet, or Laptop

    Premium-Inhalt. The bad news: At some point, your cell phone is likely to go missing. Whether it falls out of your pocket in a cab, or you leave it unattended in a public place for a few seconds only to have it swiped by someone with sticky fingers and low moral fiber, your phone is vulnerable. In fact, according to a report from security software company Symantec, 36 percent of U.S. consumers have had a cell phone disappear on them.

  • IOBit Uninstaller: Better than Windows' Own

    Premium-Inhalt. IObit Uninstaller is a tiny, portable, no-frills application that lets you see at a glance all of the applications installed on your system, and remove any programs you no longer wish to use. Since it requires no installation in itself, this freebie can make a handy addition for any technician's USB drive.

  • Intuit Shows Off Mobile Tools

    Premium-Inhalt. Intuit dominates small-business accounting with its Quickbooks software, but the company is also working on tools to help managers of small and medium-size businesses do more from smartphones and tablets when they are away from the office.

  • One Thing Amazon Must Get Right With Its Kindle Tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. If Amazon , it needs to nail one thing really well if it wants to succeed--and that is to make the tablet's look, feel, usability, and design rock-solid. Why? If the new tablet doesn't nail the interface from the get-go, it will have a hard time being anything more than a me-too tablet. This is a big challenge for the e-commerce powerhouse whose lack of either aesthetics or well-presented user interfaces has been its Achilles' heel.

  • Nature's Business Lessons

    Premium-Inhalt. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel -- the erstwhile White House chief of staff -- once said that no crisis should go to waste. This mantra is perfectly suited to business continuity.

  • Split Up the Finance Function?

    Premium-Inhalt. I have long supported the traditional European management structure of splitting the chairman and chief executive officer duties. When different people run the board and the company, greater management oversight can occur. The changing duties of finance may require a similar line of thinking about our own diverse responsibilities.

  • A Peek at U.S. 'Hold Cards' in Full Tilt Case

    Premium-Inhalt. For an intriguing look at what may have led the , check out Alexandra Berzon. In particular, she looks at the role Vensure Federal Credit Union in Arizona may have played in processing funds from U.S. online gamblers who were Full Tilt customers.

  • Axa Rosenberg Co-Founder Settles with SEC for $2.5M

    Premium-Inhalt. Axa Rosenberg Group LLC co-founder Barr M. Rosenberg with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which had accused him of hiding a coding error in Axa investment model for about six months. He agreed to pay $2.5 million in the settlement, and accepted a lifetime bar from the securities industry.

  • Our Love/Hate Relationship With Excel

    Premium-Inhalt. As much as I write about analytics and reporting, it never ceases to amaze me how -- with all the new, targeted tools on the market -- finance teams still love their spreadsheets.

  • What's Next for Proxy Access Rules?

    Premium-Inhalt. Editor's Note: Part one of this two-part series, , ran Sept. 19.

  • Catfight Over Clawing Back Banker Pay

    Premium-Inhalt. For a month now, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has had the power to recoup compensation paid to execs with financial institutions -- if, that is, the institution is taken over by a government agency, and it's shown that the executive acted recklessly. But whether this new regulatory ability will discourage excessive risk-taking on the part of executives, or simply will limit their ability to do their jobs, is being hotly debated. "

  • Facebook looking into NZ parallelism development

    Premium-Inhalt. Multi-core processors and the multi-processor render-walls of animation companies such as Weta Digital are two obvious faces of a move towards more parallelism in digital processing -- a trend that can work to New Zealand's benefit, local champion Nicolás Erdödy believes.

  • Don't fear the Patriot Act says Microsoft lawyer

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's Australasian legal chief says there is nothing to fear from the Patriot Act when considering a move to cloud-based services, because the US government can access your data regardless.

  • APAC mobile connections to hit 4.2 billion in 2016: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. Asia-Pacific (AP) mobile connections will reach 4.2 billion in 2016 a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.4 per cent over the next five years, according to Ovum.

  • APAC BPO market to reach revenues of $17.47 billion: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. Asia-Pacific's business process outsourcing (BPO) market will reach revenues of US$17.47 billion in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3 per cent from the US$11.18 billion it hit in 2010, predicts Ovum in a new report.

  • Metroid II Comes to Virtual Console in Japan

    Premium-Inhalt. While Nintendo that Metroid II: The Return of Samus would be coming to the Virtual Console before the end of the year, it looks gotten very close to happening.

  • CloudSigma offers IaaS with flexible pricing

    Premium-Inhalt. CloudSigma, the European infrastructure-as-a-service provider, is bringing its offering to the crowded U.S. market.

  • In Trading, CFOs Beat the Boss

    Premium-Inhalt. CEOs may top the compensation ladder, but CFOs make out better from insider trades than do their bosses, according to a to appear in an upcoming .

  • Buyers hope for a sub-$300 Amazon tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon is expected to announce its first tablet at a press event in New York on Wednesday, and some potential buyers said they might be interested if the device debuts at below US$300.

  • SEC Proposes 'Flash Crash' Trading-Halt Rules

    Premium-Inhalt. The Securities and Exchange Commission, drawing on lessons from last year's Flash Crash, is seeking to overhaul the 13-year-old rules that currently are designed to shut down the stock market during periods of volatility. The proposed curbs now would be triggered when the Standard & Poor's 500 Index falls 7%.

  • Remote Workers: Avoiding Double Trouble that Comes with Them

    Premium-Inhalt. As if to underscore the growing importance of the topic, a recent survey of 1,400 CFOs tackled a single question: corporate acceptance of arrangements for offsite workers. But how the finance executives answered the question was just as noteworthy.

  • Telcos business model unsustainable: IDC principal

    Premium-Inhalt. The status quo for New Zealand telcos is unsustainable, says Peter Macaulay, IDC principal, executive practice.

  • Are You Going to be Gaming on Your Amazon Kindle Next Year?

    Premium-Inhalt. I'll admit that I'm a huge fan of Amazon's Kindle. The battery lasts forever, and after staring at a screen all day, it's a nice way to enjoy an ebook. But, while I may not care about the devices gaming (or other) capabilities, it looks like Amazon may start trying to crowd in on Apple's turf a little more closely.

  • Kobo Pulse: eReading is Sharing

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're afraid you're not sharing enough of your daily activities with your online friends, here's another chance to get social...with books.

  • MSI X460DX: Laptop for Mobile Power Users

    Premium-Inhalt. The MSI X460DX is a slim yet powerful laptop, and it carries a decent price tag. With two USB 3.0 ports, a second-generation Intel Core i5 processor, and a discrete graphics card under its hood, the X460DX will no doubt tempt any mobile power user.

  • Turntable Scratching Post Makes Your Kitteh a DJ

    Premium-Inhalt. For those of you who read this blog and have cats, chances are you spoil them rotten--you've possibly even debated building just to make your cat's life easier, haven't you? Well, for those of you with the more energetic kittehs, here's a quirky scratching post just for your beloved feline friend.

  • Save $20 on Select PS3 Collections at Best Buy

    Premium-Inhalt. Fumito Udea's cult classics Ico and Shadow of the Colossus are available today in the newest HD collection for PS3. If you're planning to buy yourself a copy, you may want to .

  • Man Creates Amazing But Dangerous Flying Machine

    Premium-Inhalt. As well as cool robots, hacks and science, Geek Tech loves to check out bizarre flying contraptions that may eventually replace transport on wheels. Who wouldn't want to trade in their car for a hooverbike? So, how does a DIY project to create a flying machine equipped with eight motorcycle engines sound?

  • Cthulhu Saves the World

    Premium-Inhalt. In the grim and deep psychological adventure Cthulhu Saves the World, you must plumb the depths of true madness to discover the core of heroism that dwells within us all and...oh, never mind. In this funny and surprisingly involving console-style RPG, you guide Great Cthulhu, stripped of his powers, as he reluctantly performs heroic deeds, aided by a bizarre cast of allies including a talking sword and a girl with a strange thing for mollusks. Knowledge of H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos is not required to enjoy this game; you may miss a small number of the jokes, but it's much more a tribute to, and good-natured parody of, older console games than it is of Lovecraft's writing.

  • OnStar reverses course on controversial GPS tracking plans

    Premium-Inhalt. GM subsidiary OnStar has reversed course on a to its privacy policies that would have let it collect and share GPS tracking and other data from vehicles -- even after their users stopped subscribing to OnStar service.

  • NEC to ship OpenFlow switch for Microsoft Windows Server 8 Hyper-V

    Premium-Inhalt. Chalk up another big partnership win for s Hyper-V from the world of virtual, programmable switching. NEC's OpenFlow-based network fabric, ProgrammableFlow, will be integrated with Windows Server 8 and Hyper-V when Windows Server 8 becomes available, NEC says. 

  • Violin releases two new flash memory arrays

    Premium-Inhalt. Violin Memory on Tuesday introduced two new all-NAND flash arrays that double the capacity over their predecessors and offer up to 160TB of capacity in a rack with 10 million IOPS and an aggregate 40GBps performance.

  • Salaries rise for engineers despite higher unemployment

    Premium-Inhalt. The Computerworld (US) story "Salaries rise for engineers despite higher unemployment," which ran on the wire Tuesday, incorrectly reported that 93 percent of the survey respondents were unemployed. Those respondents were in fact working.

  • Firefox 7 improves browsing speed, developer tools

    Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla has released its final version of Firefox 7, introducing such as hidden URL prefixes, bug fixes and under-the-hood improvements. Rolled out six weeks after Mozilla to fix a number of bug issues, the latest update is the third edition of the developer's rapid-ship cycle.

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