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  • LTE nimmt wichtige Ausbauhürde

    800-MHz-Frequenzen

    Wie die Bundesnetzagentur mitteilt, kommt der Ausbau von LTE gut voran. In sechs Bundesländer sei die Versorgungsauflage für den 800 MHz-Bereich bereits erfüllt.  …mehr

  • Siegfried Kauder verstieß selbst gegen Copyright

    CDU-Urheberrechtsexperte

    Der CDU-Politiker Siegfried Kauder, der als Verfechter eines strengen Urheberrechts bekannt ist, hat auf seiner Website selbst ein kleines Piraterie-Problem gehabt. …mehr

  • Jörg Schwarzbach ist Champion in der Kundenkommunikation

    Championship Kundenkommunikation

    Die erste deutsche Meisterschaft in der Kategorie Kundenkommunikation ist entschieden. Das spannende Finale hat Jörg Schwarzbach von der SanData IT-Gruppe für sich entschieden.  …mehr

  • Thilo Weichert führt Facebook-Streit fort

    Datenschützer

    Der schleswig-holsteinische Datenschützer Thilo Weichert treibt seinen Kampf gegen Facebooks "Gefällt-mir"-Button voran. …mehr

  • Kauft Amazon.com Palm von HP?

    Freitagsgerücht

    Die Gerüchteküche um Palm und webOS brodelt - könnte Amazon.com die Sparte bei HP herauskaufen?  …mehr

  • Rumänien will von Nokia Staatshilfen zurück

    Cluj

    Nach Nokias Beschluss, das Handy-Werk in Rumänien nach nur drei Jahren zu schließen, will der rumänische Staat seine Zuschüsse zurück. …mehr

  • Die Stimmung auf Twitter folgt dem Biorhythmus

    Studie

    Von "Ich habe Hunger" bis "Mein Chef nervt": Der Kurznachrichtendienst Twitter verrät einer Studie zufolge mehr über unser Gefühlsleben als bisher angenommen. …mehr

  • HP befürchtete Oracle-Übernahmeangebot

    Bloomberg

    Der Chefwechsel bei Hewlett-Packard (HP) wurde nach Informationen der Finanznachrichtenagentur Bloomberg von der Angst vor einem Kaufangebot des Konkurrenten Oracle beschleunigt. …mehr

  • Zehn Linux-Desktops im Vergleich

    Linux installieren

    Linux-Distributionen gibt es viele. Wir haben zehn empfehlenswerte Varianten des Open-Source-Betriebssystems geprüft.  …mehr

  • Mehr Erfolg mit Business Intelligence

    BI Competence Center

    Projekte und Strategien für Reporting und Analyse enttäuschen oft oder scheitern gar. Ein BICC kann laut Praktikern die Erfolgsaussichten erheblich steigern.  …mehr

  • Also uns war Autonomy ja zu teuer

    Larry Ellison

    Oracle-Chef Lawrence "Larry" Ellison lässt keine Gelegenheit aus, gegen Mitbewerber Hewlett-Packard zu sticheln. Aktuell geht es mit doch ungewohnt harten Bandagen um HPs Übernahme von Autonomy.  …mehr

  • Apotheker bekommt einen goldenen Fallschirm, Whitman $1 pro Jahr

    HP

    Hewlett-Packard hat mitgeteilt, wie die Abfindung für den gefeuerten CEO Léo Apotheker und die Vergütung für seine Nachfolgerin Meg Whitman aussehen.  …mehr

  • Dokumenten-Management wird ausgelagert

    Was Anwender erhoffen

    Tools zum automatisierten und standardisierten Dokumenten-Management eignen sich nicht unbedingt zum hauseigenen Gebrauch. Bei Anwendern in Deutschland und Nordamerika geht der Trend jedenfalls eindeutig in Richtung Outsourcing, wie IDC und Gartner berichten.  …mehr

  • SAP-Spezialisten stehen alle Türen offen

    Finanzwelt

    SAP-Experten werden in allen Branchen gesucht - so auch in der Finanzwelt. Von ihren potenziellen Mitarbeitern verlangen die Verantwortlichen Branchenwissen und Erfahrung.  …mehr

  • Wer ist der Topexperte in Sachen Kundenkommunikation?

    Championship 2011

    Erleben Sie heute live mit, wer das Finale der ersten deutschen Championship im Bereich Kundenkommunikation für sich entscheidet.  …mehr

  • x86-Server bedrohen Legacy-Systeme

    CW Spezial Top 100 - Servermarkt

    Gartner-Analyst Andrew Butler über den Siegeszug von x86-Systemen und die Chancen der einzelnen Player im Servermarkt. …mehr

  • AMD A8-3850 versus Intel Core i5-2500K

    Test-Duell - CPUs mit Grafik

    AMD präsentiert mit der A-Serie Desktop-CPUs mit integriertem Grafikkern. Der Test vergleicht die AMD-Prozessoren mit Intels Konkurrenz-Baureihe Sandy Bridge.  …mehr

  • Close-Shoring im Speckgürtel

    McKinsey - Neue Outsourcing-Strategie

    In kleineren Universitätsstädten im Speckgürtel der europäischen und nordamerikanischen Metropolen sieht McKinsey beste Voraussetzungen zur Ansiedlung von Rechenzentren.  …mehr

  • Warum der Chef selbst die Weichen stellen muss

    Was tun bei Unternehmenskrisen?

    Wenn es in einer Firma schlecht läuft, müssen die wichtigsten Entscheidungen in der Hierarchie ganz oben getroffen werden, sagt Dr. Georg Kraus  …mehr

  • Unfallersatzwagen - wie teuer darf's denn sein?

    Streit um Höhe der Mietwagenkosten

    Das Bundesgerichtshof sieht in der Schwacke-Liste und dem Fraunhofer-Mietpreisspiegel eine geeignete Schätzgrundlage.  …mehr

  • 10 Fragen zu Office 365

    FAQ zu Microsoft Office

    Arbeiten von praktisch überall und auf fast jedem Gerät - hält Microsofts "Cloud-Paket" Office 365, was es verspricht?  …mehr

  • 2011 Ig Nobels honor research into why people sigh, beetles that mate with beer bottles

    Premium-Inhalt. Research lauded at the 21st Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony Thursday night ran the gamut from discovering beetles that mate with beer bottles to understanding the effect having to pee has on thinking.

  • Opera responds to Amazon's Cloud-powered 'Silk' browser

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the features of Amazon's drawing attention is its WebKit-based 'Silk' Web browser. What makes Silk different from most browsers is its : Putting together complicated Web pages in Amazon's Cloud infrastructure before downloading the end result to the browser.

  • How competitive is the Australian IT market?

    Premium-Inhalt. Australia has tied with Ireland as the eighth most competitive country in the IT space, a new survey has claimed.

  • Customer demand drives Telstra Cloud SAP certification

    Premium-Inhalt. Telstra (ASX:TLS) customers planning to outsource their SAP software applications to the company's Cloud infrastructure have got the green light now the telco has received SAP's Cloud certification.

  • Shipments of Android tablet tripled in Q2

    Premium-Inhalt. The growth of Android tablet shipments has begun outpacing that of the iPad in Australia and New Zealand. However, although Android tablet shipments tripled in Q2 compared to Q1, the iPad still dominates the market and shipments of Apple's tablet doubled in volume during the same period.

  • Privacy Commissioner clears Sony over PSN hack

    Premium-Inhalt. Sony Computer Entertainment Australia should have acted more quickly to notify customers of the data breach from the , the office of the Australian Privacy Commissioner has said.

  • IN DEPTH: Defying the odds

    Premium-Inhalt. Neuroscientist and chief science of education officer with education vendor, Promethean, Ramona Pierson, visited Australia recently. In 1984, Pierson was struck by a drunk driver and put into coma for 18 months. The accident broke 104 bones, caused multiple forms of brain trauma and required nearly 100 surgeries. She spoke to ARN about how her accident led her to what she is doing today in areas of education and how technology can help.

  • What Nestle's Martello Pick Says About the CFO Role

    Premium-Inhalt. For anyone interested in how the CFO position is evolving -- not just into a business partnership with the chief executive's office, but also into a whole new cross-functional corporate force -- Wan Ling Martello's appointment at Nestle proves this theory of evolution.

  • Confirmed at Last: CFOs Can't Do It All

    Premium-Inhalt. Between striving to contribute strategic value to the company and running an efficient finance department, the finance chief is the Sisyphus of the C-suite. Just about every company activity involves finance, after all, which can make it seem as if a CFO's work indeed is never done.

  • Will the Kindle Fire Spark Business Interest?

    Premium-Inhalt. When Apple announced the iPad, businesses were elated. Restaurants saw waiters equipped with iPads at tables, architects dreamed of pulling out tablets to check blueprints, and hair salons imagined apps that could help their clients pick a hairstyle. Then everyone found out what the price was going to be, and many of those dreams fizzled.

  • ACTA tweaks done, beware TPP axe: NZ lawyer

    Premium-Inhalt. Intellectual property and ICT lawyer Rick Shera on his blog calls the ACTA changes to NZ law "minor tweaks", but cautions, as he has before, that US pressure for more far-reaching changes in ACTA could be renewed with the negotiation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade agreement (TPP), still in progress.

  • Law changes required before NZ ratifies ACTA

    Premium-Inhalt. For New Zealand to ratify the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), it will need to make "minor" changes to copyright and trademark law, says trade minister Tim Groser.

  • Overall IT salaries decline in 2010-2011 survey

    Premium-Inhalt. For the first time since early 2009, recruitment firm AbsoluteIT has seen a decrease in the median base salary in its regular IT salary report.

  • HCL is obsolete now, says CEO Vineet Nayar

    Premium-Inhalt. "HCL as a company is obsolete now," said the IT services company's vice president and CEO, Vineet Nayar.

  • Three mega trends

    Premium-Inhalt. Three mega trends are creating a 'perfect storm' in our world: economic crisis and lack of leadership, changing consumers, and changing employees.

  • Remains of the Day: Psych out

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs apparently tried to talk to Samsung before going nuclear, Apple takes home a victory over one clone maker, and fake iPhones aren't what they used to be. The remainders for Thursday, September 29, 2011 are groovin' on a Thursday afternoon.

  • Brain drain imminent: IT recruiter

    Premium-Inhalt. A new skills index released this week suggests CIOs should ditch the 'wait-and-see' contract approach to IT recruitment in the face of increasing offshore opportunities.

  • CSG receives takeover offer

    Premium-Inhalt. ASX-listed IT services company CSG (ASX: CSV) has informed the market that it has received a non-binding off-market takeover offer to acquire all of the issued fully paid shared of the company.

  • Remains of the Day: Die another day

    Premium-Inhalt. Psystar is determined to drag its court case all the way to the top before failing; the Apple TV may be about to kick off its continental tour; and we bid a fond adieu to a bygone era of gaming. The remainders for Friday, September 30, 2011 would like to ask for a moment of silence.

  • Oracle may launch its own PaaS offering

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle may unveil its own platform-as-a-service offering next week, setting it in competition with Microsoft's Azure, Salesforce's Heroku and many other smaller services, analysts said.

  • Google Offers Real-Time Site Analytics

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has rolled out one extremely helpful service in the form of free, real-time Web statistics--and one expensive yet useful service with Google Analytics Premium.

  • Mozilla Releases Firefox 8 Beta, Includes Twitter Search

    Premium-Inhalt. Just days after pushing Firefox 7 out the door, Mozilla has released the beta version of Firefox 8. It includes some feature improvements, a handful of interface tweaks, and a few goodies for developers. Mozilla has also added features to the Android version of the browser.

  • The iPod Classic is Headed to the Tech Dustbin

    Premium-Inhalt. Ten years ago in October, Apple announced a game-changing device: the $400 5GB . This Tuesday the iPod Classic (now $250 with 160GB storage), with its signature click wheel design and massive storage capacity, is . All signs point to Apple discontinuing iPod Classic as it focuses on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

  • Hitachi-LG Data Storage to plead guilty on price-fixing

    Premium-Inhalt. Hitachi-LG Data Storage has agreed to plead guilty in connection with rigging bids and fixing prices for sales of optical disc drives and will pay a US$21.1 million fine, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Friday.

  • Oracle rigs MySQL for NoSQL-like access

    Premium-Inhalt. The story, "Oracle rigs MySQL for NoSQL-like access," posted to the wire on Friday, contains an incorrect spelling of the name of the Memcached caching technology in several places.

  • iOS 5: What we already know

    Premium-Inhalt. The particulars of any new iPhone Apple may or may not announce next Tuesday remain . But we can say with confidence that will almost certainly feature an appearance by the finished version of iOS 5, the next major update to Apple's mobile operating system that's been slated for a fall release.

  • Joby releases GorillaPod Micro always-on tripod

    Premium-Inhalt. You'll never be without a tripod with Joby's latest additions to its lineup. The company has released three new ultra-portable GorillaPods--, , and .

  • GhostGuitar for iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. , a $2 universal app from , is a hilarious and clever way for air guitarists to make real music using the front-facing camera on their iOS device. You can't create -style masterpieces, but you can finally share the music in your head as you rock your air guitar.

  • Retail: CFOs find their priority is all about the data

    Premium-Inhalt. The British high street isn't a happy place. Rising input costs and taxes combined with falling wages and consumer spending makes for a particularly unpleasant cocktail. And while it's a cocktail that retail CFOs have been supping for some time, there's no doubt that the sector is in chronic need of a pick me up.

  • Oracle rigs MySQL for NoSQL-like access

    Premium-Inhalt. Speculation has been that Oracle may introduce its own NoSQL database at the OpenWorld conference, in San Francisco.

  • Verizon files challenge to FCC's net neutrality rules

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Communications has filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules, the company said Friday.

  • Investor relations management in troubled times

    Premium-Inhalt. To say that the world's stock markets are volatile would be in an understatement. Against a backdrop of the Eurozone debt crisis, political paralysis in the US and increasingly gloomy economic news from major western economies, investors have gone into def con one mode.

  • Spreadsheets come to ODF as version 1.2 wins approval

    Premium-Inhalt. The ODF 1.2 specification, which aims to perfect the spreadsheet workflow, has been approved by the members of the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS).

  • Do you know where your data is?

    Premium-Inhalt. In the beginning, when cloud computing was all about public cloud services, many finance chiefs held back because of their concerns about the safety and security of their valuable and sensitive corporate data. But things change - well, some things.

  • Security roundup: Crazy Microsoft botnet takedown; hot biometrics; not so hot romance scams; Facebook in trouble again

    Premium-Inhalt. In one of the  bigger security news stories Microsoft struck a blow against an emerging  botnet called Kelihos by using a legal tactic to .

  • Microsoft kills Google Chrome with bad malware signature

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft scrambled earlier today to revise an antivirus definition file that deleted Google's Chrome browser from users' PCs.

  • Brother MFC-J825DW

    Premium-Inhalt. Brother's new $150 (as of September 27, 2011) MFC-J825DW (print/scan/copy/fax) is a budget-friendly choice for your small or home office, enhanced by a few higher-end features--namely, CD/DVD printing and some Web connectivity. A two-year warranty sweetens the deal.

  • How to Clean Your Laptop or Desktop LCD

    Premium-Inhalt. Recently someone asked me if it was okay to spray Windex on her monitor. I think my shriek of horror startled her. It is NOT okay to spray Windex on a monitor, nor anything else. In fact, when it comes to cleaning an LCD screen, there's a right way and a wrong way. Let's focus on the right way (natch).

  • Citigroup questions if US spectrum shortage exists

    Premium-Inhalt. For more than two years, the U.S. mobile industry has warned of an upcoming spectrum shortage, but two analysts at Citigroup don't buy it.

  • ISP lawsuit: Net neutrality rules aren't strong enough

    Premium-Inhalt. A North Carolina ISP has filed a lawsuit challenging the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules, with the ISP arguing the regulations aren't strong enough for wireless and mobile broadband providers like itself.

  • Cut the Rope

    Premium-Inhalt. Chillingo's Cut the Rope has all the marks of a winning mobile app--it's a physics-based puzzler with simple, intuitive controls, and it stars an adorable lead character. This cutesy puzzler premiered on iOS, but it has finally made its way to Android.

  • MS in Talks with Comcast, Adding TV Service to Xbox Live

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's Xbox Live service is about to replace the cable box and DVR as we know it. At least, that's what Microsoft is planning as reports that the company is currently in talks with Comcast and Version. If the expected business deals are made, Xbox Live would be able to access your Comcast Xfinity TV or Verizon FiOS service though your Xbox 360, much like Netflix can stream directly to the console.

  • Silver Surfers are past it? Never!

    Premium-Inhalt. Well, much to my amusement I recently discovered that there's a new name for Internet users in my age group: We are now called "Silver Surfers" (with apparently no nod to Marvel and its superhero of the same name).

  • 9000 Good Reasons to Upgrade to Firefox 7.0.1

    Premium-Inhalt. Occasional add-on incompatibilities have been a fairly common phenomenon each time Mozilla releases a new version of its free Firefox browser, but following the launch of earlier this week, a different kind of add-on problem arose.

  • Sixth IGF closes with call for non-binding recommendations

    Premium-Inhalt. The sixth Internet Governance Forum (IGF) came to a close on Friday evening after a successful five days of sessions at the United Nations Offices in Nairobi (UNON), Kenya. The IGF has been touted as the largest attracting over 2,000 participants in Nairobi and another 300 remote participants from across the world.

  • NBN commercial services take off after trial period ends

    Premium-Inhalt. As of October 1, more than 14,000 residents and business owners whose properties have been passed by the fibre network in the five mainland first release sites will be able to order NBN services.

  • Hadaki Cushioned Multitasker Laptop Pod

    Premium-Inhalt. New Orleans-based designer Hadaki's $90 is as good at protecting your laptop as it is at inducing flashbacks of your summer abroad in Amsterdam.

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