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Meldungen vom 11.10.2011

  • Piratenpartei vermasselt erste Bewährungsprobe

    CCC und Bundestrojaner

    Der CCC liefert der Piratenpartei mit dem sezierten Bundestrojaner eine Steilvorlage zur Profilierung. Die Polit-Neulinge sind überfordert und beziehen Prügel von den eigenen Anhängern.  …mehr

  • IBM kauft Platform Computing

    HPC / Technical Computing

    Die IBM will Platform Computing übernehmen, einen kanadischen Anbieter von Software für Cluster- und Grid-Management.  …mehr

  • DigiTask - Entwickler für besondere Aufgaben

    Trojaner-Hersteller

    Der hessische Programmierer des Staatstrojaners, DigiTask, steht schon seit geraumer Zeit in der Kritik. …mehr

  • Brüssel will Online-Käufe in der EU sicherer machen

    Grenzüberschreitend

    Als deutscher Kunde ein Buch in England oder eine Salami in Ungarn bestellen - das scheitert oft am komplizierten Rechtsschutz. …mehr

  • Poster in der "Bravo"

    Popstar Steve Jobs

    Der Apple-Mitgründer Steve Jobs wird nach seinem Tod "Bravo"-Star. …mehr

  • Motorola Atrix 2 vorgestellt

    Kein Leistungsschub

    AT&T hat auf der CTIA-Konferenz in San Diego das Motorola Atrix 2 offiziell vorgestellt. Die Hardware-Verbesserungen des Atrix 2, das später auch in den deutschen Handel kommen soll, gegenüber dem Vorgängermodell fallen geringer aus als erwartet.  …mehr

  • Alfresco Community 4 ist fertig

    ECM

    Die quelloffene ECM-Plattform (Enterprise Content Management) Alfresco liegt seit kurzem in der neuen Version Community 4 vor.  …mehr

  • SAP verlängert Standard-Wartung für die Business-Suite

    SAP-Chef Jim Hagemann Snabe

    Im Interview mit der COMPUTERWOCHE verspricht SAP-Chef Jim Hagemann Snabe seinen Kunden langfristigen Investitionsschutz. Anwender sollen zudem neue Entwicklungen künftig schneller und einfacher implementieren können. Dagegen scheinen die Diskussionen rund um einfachere Preis- und Lizenzmodelle festgefahren.  …mehr

  • Fachkonferenz für IT im kommunalen Sektor

    Kommunale 2011

    An IT-Entscheider und -Professionals aus der öffentlichen Verwaltung richtet sich auf der Fachmesse Kommunale 2011 in Nürnberg eine IT-Konferenz am 20. Oktober.  …mehr

  • Windows Phone von Nokia zeigt sich in Bildern

    Nokia 800 alias Sea Ray

    Sea Ray, Sabre, Sun, Ace und Lumia - wenige Wochen vor der Nokia World kursieren bereits zahlreiche (Code-) Namen der ersten Windows Phones von Nokia. Jetzt sind im Internet neue Werbebilder zu einem Nokia 800 veröffentlicht worden. …mehr

  • Die iPad-App von Facebook ist da

    Mehr Fokus auf Mobile

    Facebook nimmt verstärkt Smartphones und Tablet-Computer ins Visier. …mehr

  • SmartClose für einfaches Programm-Handling

    Kleine Helfer

    Wenn Programme nicht stören sollen, etwa bei Installationen oder Defragmentierungen: "SmartClose" schließt Prozesse, startet sie und sichert Systemzustände.  …mehr

  • Bayern wegen Trojaner-Einsatz unter Druck

    Herrmann in der Defensive

    Bayern gerät wegen des Einsatzes eines umstrittenen Staatstrojaners zur Überwachung von Internet-Telefonaten unter Druck. …mehr

  • Twitter bekommt Rechte am Wort "Tweet"

    Rechtsstreit beigelegt

    Der Begriff "Tweet" für eine Nachricht beim Kurzmeldungsdienst Twitter hat sich im Alltag eingebürgert - doch das Unternehmen konnte sich erst jetzt die Rechte an dem Wort sichern. …mehr

  • Umstrittener Staatstrojaner kam aus Bayern

    Update

    Der massiv in die Kritik geratene Staatstrojaner zur Überwachung von Internet-Telefonaten stammt aus Bayern. …mehr

  • Borussia Dortmund spielt mit Enterprise-Content-Management

    Digitale Rechnungsverarbeitung

    Mit einer Digitalisierungsstrategie peilt Borussia Dortmund schnellere betriebliche Prozesse und eine höhere Kundenqualität an. Dazu gehören die elektronische Bearbeitung der Rechnungseingänge ebenso wie die Handschrifterkennung von Dauerkarten- oder Mitgliedsanträgen und zukünftig auch noch Mobile Enterprise Content Management (ECM).  …mehr

  • So bekommen Sie Ihre Lizenzverwaltung in den Griff

    Software Asset Management

    Ein funktionierendes Lizenz-Management spart Kosten und schafft Sicherheit. Um alle Vorteile auszunutzen, sollten Sie folgende Punkte beachten. …mehr

  • Was Sie über Business-Process-Management wissen müssen

    FAQ zu BPM

    Was steckt hinter dem Schlagwort BPM, und warum sollten sich Unternehmen damit beschäftigen? Ein Experte führt in das Thema ein. …mehr

  • Die Wolken-IT

    CW Spezial Top 100 - Cloud Computing

    Innerhalb kürzester Zeit hat sich der anfängliche Hype zu einer echten Option entwickelt. Wir haben Analysten der Experton Group um eine Einordnung gebeten. …mehr

  • Schwerer Start im ersten Job

    Sprung ins kalte Wasser

    Berufseinsteiger sollen möglichst von Anfang an funktionieren - am besten ohne Unterstützung. Dabei fehlt ihnen oft noch das nötige Handwerkszeug.  …mehr

  • Krieg der Web-Shops mit Abmahnungen

    Unlautere Mittel im Internet-Handel

    Unberechtigte Abmahnungen können wettbewerbswidrig sein und den Abmahner teuer zu stehen kommen. Einzelheiten von. Mark Schomaker.  …mehr

  • Good extends security platform to third-party apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Good Technology is opening up its technology platform so that enterprises and third-party developers can build secure mobile applications running on its infrastructure.

  • Verizon VMware plan dual-persona phone software

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the story, "Verizon, VMware plan dual-persona phone software," posted to the wire on Monday, misspelled the name of Janet Schijns of Verizon in two locations.

  • Remains of the Day: Hip to be square

    Premium-Inhalt. Heck of a week, huh? And things are only just getting started. Early iPhone 4S units have begun slipping out overseas, the iPad is dominating in the Web surfing arena, and one of the great writers of our time remembers Steve Jobs. The remainders for Tuesday, October 11, 2011 are so tired they could eat a lion. With milk.

  • T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II: Top-of-the-Line Phone

    Premium-Inhalt. Considering the massive screen, the crazy-powerful processor, and the NFC and 4G support, it's hard not to fall in love with the Samsung Galaxy S II on T-Mobile. Available for $220 with a new two-year contract (as of October 10, 2011), the Galaxy S II is a great phone. It has just a few minor flaws that keep it from being truly amazing.

  • Sony VAIO Z Series: Ahead of Its Time, Above Your Price Limit

    Premium-Inhalt. Most of Sony's VAIO laptops are nothing to write home about. Though they are fine laptops, they don't distinguish themselves from many other modern laptops. They are, for lack of a better descriptor, typical. But every so often, the company bucks common trends with a product that is clearly ahead of the curve--and very expensive. These special laptops remind us of olden days when a Sony TV or music system carried a huge price premium but virtually guaranteed superior design and quality. The new VAIO Z is one of those rare, ahead-of-its-time, money-is-no-object Sony laptops.

  • Nukona manages mobile app by app

    Premium-Inhalt. Startup Nukona is taking a different tack from mobile virtualization advocates when it comes to securing and managing apps, introducing a "wrapper" for individual apps in which enterprises can apply a specific set of policies for each one.

  • Intel moves away from digital TV business

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Tuesday said it was winding down its TV business and reallocating the resources to develop "ultrabooks," smartphones and tablets.

  • Zynga gets more social, more violent

    Premium-Inhalt. Zynga is making its games more social, but also more edgy, so players will be able to meet people more easily, then hack them to death with a chainsaw.

  • Hacktivism: The fallout from Anonymous and LulzSec Part 2

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  • NBN less competitive than Chinese broadband market: Turnbull

    Premium-Inhalt. Opposition communications spokesperson Malcolm Turnbull has again slammed the National Broadband Network (NBN) as overpriced with too much government intervention, saying that China has a more competitive broadband market than Australia thanks to the project.

  • Hacktivism: The fallout from Anonymous and LulzSec Part 1

    Premium-Inhalt. Like the mutant offspring of Captain Jack Sparrow and French anarchist Pierre Proudhon -- famous for his 'property is theft' claim -- activist hacking group LulzSec surfed the Web spreading debonair charm, chaos and reckless acts of 'hacktivism' in equal measure.

  • Google rises, Yahoo drops in U.S. search market

    Premium-Inhalt. After slipping to a two-year low in August, Google inched back up in the U.S. search market.

  • Are You Prepared for Anything?

    Premium-Inhalt. The current year will be remembered for the variety of natural disasters that clobbered businesses in a variety of ways. From tornadoes in Alabama and Missouri, to flooding in the Upper Midwest, to Hurricane Irene battering New England -- and even an East Coast earthquake for good measure -- businesses faced Mother Nature's fury all year, along with their other daily challenges.

  • Walmart Launches Local Deals Facebook Page

    Premium-Inhalt. Walmart is taking advantage of the local deals fad by launching its own Groupon-clone. However, Walmart's service has a few distinguishing traits that set it apart from the throngs of other daily deals services.

  • Telstra announces iPhone 4S plans

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  • Does Good Talent Management Help Cash Flow?

    Premium-Inhalt. "A company's most valuable asset is its people." It may seem sometimes that the more a company makes that claim, the less it proves it in practice. And perhaps because managing people is considered a "soft skill," companies struggle to square the concept with the bottom-line language of corporate performance.

  • IBM takes its BI capabilities into the data center

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM is taking its capabilities down a new path by making them available to IT organizations to monitor and predict issues with systems and processes.

  • RIM global outage caused by core switch failure; fix under way

    Premium-Inhalt. BlackBerry service on Tuesday were caused by a core switch failure within the infrastructure of Research in Motion (RIM), the company said late Tuesday.

  • 'Uh-Oh': A CFO Survey Turns Ominous

    Premium-Inhalt. One monthly measurement of the nation's business pulse, taken mainly among CFOs of mid-sized companies, shows a major weakening in September. And the finance-heavy executive group also has lower expectations for October and November.

  • Why the 'Virtual Close' Virtually Died

    Premium-Inhalt. In early 2001, Larry Carter, then CFO with Cisco Systems Inc., about the company's success achieving the so-called virtual close. "We can literally close our books within hours, producing consolidated financial statements on the first workday following the end of any monthly, quarterly or annual reporting period. More important, the decision makers who need to achieve sales targets, manage expenses, and make daily tactical operating decisions now have real-time access to detailed operating data."

  • Don't get carried away by Hadoop's 'gee whiz' factor

    Premium-Inhalt. Companies should take a pragmatic approach to implementing Hadoop for their "big data" requirements, a new report released Tuesday by analyst firm Forrester Research urges.

  • CIO transformation to COO and beyond?

    Premium-Inhalt. Polish-born and Australia-bred, 's CIO Tomasz Smaczny has a clear sense of where IT is heading --having written papers on IT's changing relationship with the business plus over 25 years of experience in retail and finance. He talks to Computerworld Hong Kong on the CIO's path to transformation and possibly the COO role.

  • Banking regulations...in Kenya?

    Premium-Inhalt. Northeastern Africa has seen governments overthrown amid massive media coverage, while South Africa successfully hosted the World Cup. But there's an enormous land mass in between, and technology is starting to make a difference in some countries.

  • Steve Jobs - more important than the pope?

    Premium-Inhalt. A week on from the passing away of a true modern-day icon, is still drawing massive coverage in all corners of the planet.

  • Cheap Laptops: It's Bangladesh's Turn

    Premium-Inhalt. India isn't the only nation building low-cost computers. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday introduced the Doel, an inexpensive, Android-based laptop priced as low as 10,000 taka (US $130), the BBC .

  • Company shows off Kinect banking app

    Premium-Inhalt. People may soon pay bills and manage their banking by waving their hands in front of their TVs, if an application from a Lithuanian company at this week's CTIA conference proves successful.

  • CyanogenMod 7.1 Opens Hacking Doors to More Android Phones

    Premium-Inhalt. Android modders, rejoice! The team over at has released a to its jailbreaking software, giving you the power to tinker with even more cellphone models.

  • Amazon to Enter Digital Download Arms Race

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon will be entering the digital download arms race and the PC gaming landscape may never be the same. Per a , Amazon is expected to start allowing consumers to preorder digital game downloads on the PC .

  • Hands-On With the Huawei Ascend II for Cricket

    Premium-Inhalt. At CTIA 2011 in San Diego, Huawei outlined its . The company showed off a few of its latest phones to hit our shores, including the eye-catching Huawei Ascend II for Cricket. This prepaid phone is currently available for $180 with no contract.

  • Discovery Channel Airing Steve Jobs Documentary Sunday

    Premium-Inhalt. The Discovery Channel will be airing a one-hour documentary on Sunday, hosted by Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman of Mythbusters fame.

  • iTunes 10.5 is Out: 3 Reasons to Get It Now

    Premium-Inhalt. Version 10.5 of Apple's iTunes software is available now, just in time for the launch of iOS 5 on Wednesday. The latest version includes the first taste of iCloud and is required before downloading iOS 5.

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