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  • Avanade plant Übernahme von eCONNEX

    CRM-Markt

    Der IT-Berater Avanade, ein Joint Venture aus Microsoft und Accenture, hat vor, den deutschen CRM-Anbieter eCONNEX aus Kiel zu übernehmen. Mit diesem Schritt verfolgt Avanade das Ziel, der größte CRM-Anbieter in Deutschland zu werden.  …mehr

  • Vodafone und O2 verkaufen iPhone 4S ohne SIM-Lock

    Vorbestellung ab Freitag

    Wie Apple selbst in seinen Läden, nehmen Telekom, Vodafone und O2 ab morgen Vorbestellungen für das iPhone 4S entgegen.  …mehr

  • Weltweite Trauer um Steve Jobs

    Apple-Fans nehmen Abschied

    Die Nachricht von Steve Jobs' Ableben hat die IT-Branche und auch die Apple-Kunden schockiert. Weltweit gibt es spontane Andachten und Gedenkversammlungen. …mehr

  • Apple-Aktie reagiert auf Jobs' Tod mit Verlusten

    Analysten rechnen trotzdem mit Wachstum

    Apple-Aktien haben am Donnerstag im Frankfurter Handel mit deutlichen Verlusten auf den Tod von Steve Jobs reagiert. Die Papiere des Computer- und Unterhaltungselektronikherstellers verloren am Vormittag 3,31 Prozent auf umgerechnet 365,73 Dollar.  …mehr

  • Produktliste von Orange zeigt Windows Phone von Nokia

    Nokia Sun

    Ein weiteres Windows Phone von Nokia zeigt sich auf einem Foto im Internet: Auf einer internen Liste des französischen Mobilfunkbetreibers Orange ist ein Nokia Sun genanntes Smartphone mit dem Microsoft-Betriebssystem zu sehen.  …mehr

  • Kalter Krieg im Smartphone-Markt

    Apple vs Samsung…

    Geschmacksmusterklage hin - Patentklage her. Kein Tag vergeht ohne neue Streitigkeiten im Smartphone-Markt. Der Gegenstand der Klagen ist dabei meist völlig klar, ungleich schwerer verständlich ist dagegen der rechtliche Blickwinkel.  …mehr

  • Die Maschinen-Versteher

    Informatik im Maschinenbau

    Bislang waren es vor allem Ingenieure mit einem Faible für Bits und Bytes, die sich um die IT im Maschinen- und Anlagenbau gekümmert haben. Doch die steigende Komplexität der Produkte bedingt zunehmende Professionalität für den Informatikteil, weshalb auch das Interesse an Informatikern in der Branche steigt.  …mehr

  • Digitale Signatur ist nicht mehr Pflicht

    Elektronische Rechnungen

    Ein neues Gesetz verringert die Anforderungen an elektronische Rechnungen. Aufzwingen lassen sollte man sich solche Rechnungen aber nicht, sagen Steuerberater.  …mehr

  • Trauer über Tod von Apple-Mitbegründer Steve Jobs in den USA

    Gates, Schmidt, Whitman

    Der Tod des Apple-Mitbegründers Steve Jobs hat in den USA Trauer und Bestürzung ausgelöst.  …mehr

  • Steve Jobs - ein Nachruf

    56 Jahre - und kein bisschen leise

    Steve Jobs war der Vater vieler Revolutionen. Seit Jahren kämpfte er mit dem Krebs. Nach seinem Tod fragen sich viele: Was wird jetzt aus Apple?  …mehr

  • Test - Hitachi LifeStudio Desk Plus mit 2 TByte

    Externe 3,5-Zoll HDD mit USB-Stick

    Die externe Festplatte Hitachi LifeStudio Desk Plus im 3,5-Zoll-Formfaktor arbeitet mit einer USB-2.0-Schnittstelle. Darüber hinaus hat der Hersteller einen USB-Stick in diese auf Design getrimmte Storage-Lösung integriert. Wir haben die schicke externe HDD in der 2-TByte-Version getestet.  …mehr

  • Entscheidungskampf - Laptop gegen Tablet

    IDC-Studie

    Einer europaweiten Umfrage zufolge verdrängen Tablets bald die Laptops vom Consumer-Markt. Im Business-Bereich gelten iPad und Co. aber weiter als unzulänglich.  …mehr

  • Steve Jobs gestorben

    56-jähriger Apple-Mitbegründer

    Steve Jobs ist tot. Der Mitbegründer des Computerherstellers Apple starb am Mittwoch, wie das Unternehmen im kalifornischen Cupertino bestätigte. Jobs wurde 56 Jahre alt. Er litt seit langem an Krebs. Erst im August hatte er die Führung der Geschäfte abgegeben.  …mehr

  • Test - Withings WiFi Personenwaage

    Für iPhone, iPad, Android und PC

    Withings offeriert mit der WiFi Personenwaage eine Waage mit WLAN-Funktionalität. Die Waage protokolliert jede Messung und stellt die Daten via App auf iOS-Geräten oder Android-Smartphones zur Verfügung. Auf PCs lässt sich der Gewichtsverlauf, Fettanteil und BMI ebenfalls analysieren.  …mehr

  • Bewegungsdaten am iPad verwalten

    Bewegungsdaten

    Trotz "Locationgate" gibt es viele Gründe, die Erfassung und Auswertung von Bewegungsdaten am iPad zu nutzen. Wir stellen Top-Apps vor, die Ihre Bewegungen aufzeichnen, und sagen, was sie bringen  …mehr

  • Workshop - Mit VMware vCenter Converter physische in virtuelle Computer konvertieren

    Server in Minuten virtualisieren

    Um physische Rechnersysteme in virtuelle Umgebungen zu übertragen, kann man Betriebssystem, Applikationen und Patches neu auf dem virtuellen System einrichten. Schneller aber geht es mit Konverter-Tools, wie dem VMware vCenter Converter. Wir zeigen in einem Workshop, wie das Werkzeug funktioniert.  …mehr

  • Urlaubsansprüche und Kündigungsfrist

    Streit über Beendigung des Arbeitsverhältnisses

    "Sofortige Freistellung von der Arbeit unter Anrechnung der Urlaubstage unter Fortzahlung der Bezüge" - Gegenklage des Mitarbeiters erfolgreich  …mehr

  • Wieviel Security-Risiko darf sein?

    Es gibt keine absolute Sicherheit

    Was für das eine Unternehmen gut genug ist, reicht dem anderen längst nicht aus. Deshalb muss jedes Unternehmen sein eigenes Risikoprofil entwickeln.  …mehr

  • Macbook Air 11- und 13-Zoll

    Macbook Air im Test

    Apple hat die Macbook Air überarbeitet. Unsere Schwesterpublikation Macwelt konnte zwei 11-Zoll- und zwei 13-Zoll-Konfigurationen des Macbook Air jeweils mit Core i5 und Core i7 testen.  …mehr

  • From friends and fans, Steve Jobs tributes pour in

    Premium-Inhalt. As news of the death of Steve Jobs spread around the Internet, the tributes came pouring in Wednesday, crediting Apple's co-founder and chairman with -- more than once -- changing computing as we know it.

  • Steve Jobs' indelible mark on the computer industry

    Premium-Inhalt. There is unlikely to be another visionary like Apple Chairman Steve Jobs, , no one who will have anything approaching his impact on the computer and electronics industries.

  • Twitter, Facebook flooded with reaction to Jobs' death

    Premium-Inhalt. The Internet and social networks like Facebook and Twitter immediately lit up Wednesday night with the news of the death of Apple Chairman Steve Jobs.

  • Tim Cook's email to Apple employees

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Tim Cook sent the following email to Apple employees on Wednesday to inform them that .

  • From friends and fans, Steve Jobs tributes pour in

    Premium-Inhalt. As news of the death of Steve Jobs spread around the Internet, the tributes came pouring in Wednesday, crediting Apple's co-founder and chairman with -- more than once -- changing computing as we know it.

  • Video Format War: Blu-ray vs. Streaming

    Premium-Inhalt. Just as Netflix and its customers are , Blu-ray discs and players are growing in popularity. The two trends seem incongruous, so what gives?

  • Ellison unveils new cloud, trashes Salesforce.com

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison on Wednesday unveiled a public cloud service that will run its Fusion Applications and others, and while doing so delivered a withering broadside against competitors, with his harshest words for Salesforce.com.

  • Laptop thefts from Australian businesses rise: Report

    Premium-Inhalt. Australian IT managers are battling thieves, with over half of those surveyed for a Kensington business security report conducted by IDC Australia reporting losses this year.

  • Statement by Apple's board of directors

    Premium-Inhalt. We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today.

  • Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs dies at 56

    Premium-Inhalt. Steve Jobs, Apple's co-founder and its CEO through a period of record growth and innovation for the company, has died. He was 56.

  • Apple Chairman Steve Jobs Dies at Age 56

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple Chairman Steve Jobs has dies at Age 56, according to reports. The Apple.com website is featuring Steve Jobs with the dates 1955 -2011.

  • Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has died

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple co-founder, former CEO, and chairman Steve Jobs died today, Apple's board of directors has confirmed. He had been battling an illness widely believed to be pancreatic or liver cancer, and had in late August saying he was no longer able to do the job. He had remained as Apple's chairman after promoting then-CFO Tim Cook to CEO.

  • Remembering Steve Jobs, the man who saved Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday after a long illness. He was 56. Jobs, who reigned as Apple CEO for 14 years, resigned his post in August 2011 and was replaced by Tim Cook, who previously was the company's Chief Operating Officer. Jobs, in turn, was elected as chairman of Apple's board of directors.e--

  • Steve Jobs: A timeline

    Premium-Inhalt. 1955 -- Born Feb. 24 in San Francisco to Joanne Simpson and Abdulfattah Jandali.

  • OpenWorld 2011: IT transformations are too much work

    Premium-Inhalt. Once the current wave of core IT transformations have been completed it will be many years before we see their likes again as they have become simply too big, complex, and hard to do.

  • OpenWorld 2011: It's all about video - Cisco's Chambers

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco is betting that video-based collaboration will be the foremost driver of productivity -- and customer dollars for the -- in the coming decade.

  • OpenWorld 2011: Big Red apps coming to iPad and Android

    Premium-Inhalt. In a clear sign of the influence consumer mobile devices are having in the enterprise Oracle has flagged that it plans to make available iPad- and Android-compatible versions of its traditional ERP and CRM suites as well as its latest Fusion apps.

  • OpenWorld 2011: Salesforce.com v Oracle smackdown

    Premium-Inhalt. The tit for tat going on between Oracle chief Larry Ellison and Salesforce.com's Mark Benioff has continued with Benioff sledging both Ellison and his push for mega appliances, instead of commodity hardware, to power the Cloud.

  • Ask the GeekTechers: How Steve Jobs Impacted Our Lives

    Premium-Inhalt. It seems weird, to some extent, to reflect on the life of a man few in tech blogging knew personally. But Steve Jobs had an enormous impact on the world we live in. We write using computers that bear his influence and call on phones that have his virtual fingerprints all over them--regardless of the logo on the back. And we live in a world that bears Steve's indelible mark.

  • AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon: The plans compared

    Premium-Inhalt. When the iPhone 4S , it will do so with a feature no previous model has possessed on launch day: competition. For years, AT&T had the iPhone all to itself in the U.S., but earlier this year and, with the iPhone 4S launch, Sprint is jumping on the bandwagon as well.

  • Google adds cloud-based SQL database to App Engine

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has created a relational database for its cloud-hosted App Engine application development and hosting platform, a much-requested addition, the company said on Thursday.

  • Driver Reviver Brings Outdated Device Drivers Up to Speed

    Premium-Inhalt. Driver Reviver's name may be something of a tongue-twister, but using this $30 application is far easier than pronouncing it. This excellent utility offers a simple way to identify and update out-of-date drivers.

  • NZ partners pay tribute to Apple chairman

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's New Zealand partners have paid tribute to Apple founder Steve Jobs, who has died.

  • Stanford Hospital blames contractor for data breach

    Premium-Inhalt. Stanford Hospital & Clinics this week blamed a third party billing contractor for a data breach that exposed the personal data of some 20,000 patients.

  • Giving your old iPhone a new life

    Premium-Inhalt. When you Friday, that means you've got a week to anticipate life with your new phone before its October 14 release date. But if you're an existing iPhone user, it means you've also got to make plans on what to do with your soon-to-be redundant smartphone.

  • Upgrading to the iPhone 4S

    Premium-Inhalt. It happens every time Apple produces a new iPhone: Current iPhone users and owners of other smartphones start making plans to ditch their old devices and upgrade to the new model. Unlike with moving from one version of MacBook Air to the next, though, there are complications to upgrading your iPhone--and they come in the form of multi-year commitments to wireless carriers.

  • Podcast: Steve Jobs

    Premium-Inhalt. Jason Snell and Christopher Breen discuss Steve Jobs' legacy.

  • Enterasys CEO: Total cost of ownership sets us apart

    Premium-Inhalt. How's this for a challenge? The CEO dies suddenly and you're tabbed to take his place -- on the heels of your network infrastructure company entering into a major new strategic partnership and in the midst of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. Oh, did I mention your competition includes some companies named Systems, Hewlett-Packard and Juniper Networks, among others? That's life for Chris Crowell, CEO of Enterasys Networks, who took over in 2009 shortly after predecessor . Since then, Crowell has refreshed Enterasys' product line, pushed for the development of innovative new capabilities that promise to make life easier for network admins, and achieved record sales in the last financial quarter. In this latest installment of the , Crowell spoke with IDGE Chief Content Officer John Gallant about how Enterasys is competing against networking's big dogs, explored an upcoming fabric launch expected in October and talked about the company's . He also explained why "Isaac" is so important and where Enterasys plans to take the technology.

  • Google Launches AdWords Mobile Call Tracking

    Premium-Inhalt. Google AdWords will now let you track calls made from mobile devices to your business after users have tapped the phone number on your website.

  • Adios amigo

    Premium-Inhalt. At Macworld 2002 in New York City, I watched Steve Jobs stride onto stage without introduction and immediately launch into one of his trademark keynotes. His black sweater and jeans look--a deliberate nose-thumbing at the suit/jacket/tie corporate uniform--suited his seemingly off-the-cuff presentation. Apple Computer, as they were then known, was making its popular new consumer device, the iPod, compatible with Windows, something the Mac maniacs in the audience applauded. They applauded everything, even announced price-hikes.

  • 'One more thing': The spirit of Steve Jobs lives on

    Premium-Inhalt. I was scrambling to finish a column when I heard the news. One minute, I was trying to come up with a witty response for an Apple ; the next, trying to come up with anything to say at all. As I stared in shock at my computer screen, I watched responses pour in from friends and Twitter compatriots alike. Some of them were Steve-isms; some, anecdotal tales. But within all of them, the message was essentially the same: "Steve Jobs has profoundly affected our lives."

  • Device Doctor

    Premium-Inhalt. DeviceDoctor.com touts the Device Doctor utility as a free and simple solution to a common problem: PCs plagued with out-of-date drivers. This application delivers on its promise of simplicity as you begin to use it, but it doesn't deliver everything you need in order to get your PC's devices current.

  • These U.S. Cities Spend the Most On Video Games

    Premium-Inhalt. Based on anonymous spending data that's been collected by credit card companies and the U.S. government from June 2010 to June 2011, analyst group Bundle was able to track where the most money has been spent on video games throughout the Unites States. This means national game retailers like GameStop, EB Games?, and Steam, and the end result is pretty interesting, with the suburbs of Huntington, NY coming out on top as the most game-obsessed, spending 4.08 times more on digital entertainment. Check out the full infographic, and see if your city ranks as one of the most game-crazy.

  • Perfect Updater Locates, Updates Old Drivers

    Premium-Inhalt. Raxco Software's Perfect Updater isn't perfect, but this application ($30, free demo) is one of the best solutions I've found for locating and fix out-of-date drivers on a Windows PC.

  • Motorola faces new lawsuit

    Premium-Inhalt. Patent licensing company Intellectual Ventures has set its sights on Motorola with a new lawsuit charging the handset maker with infringing six patents.

  • Steve Jobs interview: One-on-one in 1995

    Premium-Inhalt. In April of 1995, , then head of NeXT Computer, was interviewed as part of the Oral History project. The wide-ranging interview was conducted by Daniel Morrow, executive director of the awards program.

  • Jobs humanized technology, made the magical common

    Premium-Inhalt. I used my first computer sometime during the late 1970s. It was an Apple II, and it amazed me. I was in elementary school, and it was at a friend's house on a farm in the midwest. I point out the time and the location because in retrospect, I find it fascinating that my first exposure to computers, at the dawn of the PC era, wasn't in a school or a business, and it wasn't in the sort of setting most people would associate with groundbreaking technology. It was in a farmhouse surrounded by corn and bean fields, a few miles from a town of 2000 people, and much farther from anything you'd rightly call a city.

  • Tech, Political Leaders Respond to Steve Jobs' Death

    Premium-Inhalt. Numerous technology and political leaders have issued public statements praising the accomplishments of , who died Wednesday. The leaders of Adobe and Samsung, two companies that have had rocky relationships with Apple, offered their condolences as well.

  • Critical Updates Coming from Microsoft Next Week

    Premium-Inhalt. Next Tuesday is the second Tuesday in October, and that means it is . Overall, it is a moderate month in terms of patch volume, but the couple that are rated as Critical should be addressed quickly to prevent exploits.

  • Oracle to pay $199.5 million in gov't contracting settlement

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle has agreed to pay US$199.5 million plus interest for failing to meet its contractual obligations in a 1998 contract with the U.S. General Services Administration, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.

  • Trump, Rich Dad's Kiyosaki put twist on e-book marketing

    Premium-Inhalt. Donald Trump has trained his eye for promotion on e-books, teaming up with Robert Kiyosaki, author of "Rich Dad Poor Dad," in a new twist on the traditional book-signing ceremony for newly published works.

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