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  • Kein Rauswurf wegen Bagatelldelikt

    Netzwerkadministrator gekündigt

    Die Entlassung eines EDV-Mitarbeiters, der seinen Elektroroller an der Steckdose im Büro aufgeladen hatte, ist unrechtmäßig.  …mehr

  • 5 Tipps für erfolgreiches Video-SEO

    Suchmaschinenoptimierung

    Auch Online-Videos muss man optimal aufbereiten, damit sie von Suchmaschinen gebührend beachtet werden.  …mehr

  • SAP geht auf ERP-Anwender zu

    Wartung für die Business Suite verlängert

    Auf dem Jahrestreffen der Benutzervereinigung DSAG nahm SAP zentrale Forderungen der Kunden in puncto Wartung und Funktionserweiterungen auf. …mehr

  • R.I.P. Dennis Ritchie

    Unix- und C-Erfinder verstorben

    Der amerikanische Informatiker Dennis Ritchie, Miterfinder des Unix-Betriebssystems und der Programmiersprache C, ist kurz nach seinem siebzigsten Geburtstag verstorben.  …mehr

  • Gericht legt Parteien im App-Streit Einigung nahe

    Update

    Im Verfahren um die "Tagesschau"-App hat das Kölner Landgericht an die Zeitungsverleger und die ARD appelliert, sich untereinander zu einigen. …mehr

  • Literatur will in der digitalen Ära neu erzählt werden

    Frankfurter Buchmesse

    Autoren gehen neue Wege: Eine Konferenz auf der Frankfurter Buchmesse zeigt, wie Computerspiele, Filme und das Internet kreative Prozesse bereichern. …mehr

  • Keine Hilfe für BI-Projekte

    Studie - IT-Kosten sinken nicht

    Acht von zehn deutschen Mittelständlern führen Business-Intelligence-Projekte (BI) ohne Unterstützung von außen durch. BI bringt zwar viele Vorteile, aber die Wirtschaftlichkeit lässt sich kaum messen, wie eine Studie der TU Chemnitz zeigt.  …mehr

  • Blackberry-Dienste stabilisieren sich

    Störung behoben

    Entwarnung beim Bleckberry-Hersteller RIM: Die seit Montag anhaltende Störung scheint behoben, allerdings arbeiten die Rechenzentren auf Höchstlast, um die angestauten Daten auszuliefern.  …mehr

  • SAP-Kunden kritisieren Preisgestaltung bei HANA

    DSAG

    Kunden des Software-Konzerns SAP wehren sich gegen die Preisgestaltung für die Hochleistungsdatenbank HANA. …mehr

  • Kunden halten Hewlett-Packard die Treue

    Gartner zum PC-Markt

    Die Befürchtungen, dass Hewlett-Packard wegen der möglichen Abspaltung der PC-Sparte die Kunden abspringen könnten, haben sich nicht bestätigt. …mehr

  • Karriere-Ratgeber - Simone Schreiner, DV-Ratio

    Chancen im Mittelstand

    Vom 13. bis 26. Oktober 2011 beantwortet die Münchner Personalexpertin Simone Schreiner im Online-Forum Fragen rund um das Thema "Karriere in der IT."  …mehr

  • Virtuellen WLAN-Hotspot mit Windows 7 erstellen

    Kleine Helfer

    "Virtual Router" bringt diverse Endgeräte unkompliziert ins Internet.  …mehr

  • Klage gegen "Tagesschau"-App vor Gericht

    Landgericht Köln

    Die "Tagesschau"-App beschäftigt heute (Donnerstag, 11:30 Uhr) das Kölner Landgericht. …mehr

  • Steve Jobs' Rollkragenpullover über Wochen ausverkauft

    St. Croix

    Steve Jobs sorgt auch nach seinem Tod noch für volle Kassen, nicht nur im eigenen Unternehmen. …mehr

  • Security-Experten fordern Aufklärung

    "Staatstrojaner"

    Der breite Funktionsumfang des "Staatstrojaners", den der Chaos Computer Club aufgedeckt hat, sorgt in der deutschen IT-Sicherheitsbranche für Kopfschütteln.  …mehr

  • Acht perfekte Programme

    Besser gehts nicht mehr

    Manche Programme setzen Standards und erreichen sofort ihren Zenit. Wir stellen Ihnen acht ausgereizte Anwendungen vor. …mehr

  • Androiden unter Beschuss

    Fragiles Sicherheitskonzept

    Android-Smartphones und Tablets stellen mittlerweile bei vielen Anwendern privat und beruflich den Mittelpunkt ihres digitalen Lebens dar. Damit rücken die Geräte auch in das Visier von Kriminellen. Grund genug, sich mit der Sicherheitsarchitektur von Android näher auseinanderzusetzen.  …mehr

  • So kommt Android ins Business

    Viel Arbeit für die IT-Abteilung

    Offen und flexibel, damit punktet Android im Vergleich zu Apple und Blackberry. Doch der Preis, den IT-Verantwortliche zahlen, ist hoch. Ein sicherer Android-Einsatz lässt sich nur mit beträchtlichem Aufwand bewerkstelligen.  …mehr

  • Lenovo Thinkpad X1 im Test

    Notebook

    Das Business-Notebook Lenovo Thinkpad X1 will die bekannte Thinkpad-Qualität mit einem schicken, flachen Gehäuse verbinden. Der Test zeigt, ob das zusammenpasst.  …mehr

  • goBAT II - Ersatz-Akku für iPad, iPod, iPhone und Galaxy Tab

    Gadget des Tages

    Für alle mobilen Poweruser bietet Scosche einen mobilen Akku, der iOS-Geräte und Samsungs Galaxy-Tab unterwegs aufladen kann. …mehr

  • Olympus PEN E-P3 im Test

    Systemkamera

    Die E-P3 ist das neue Flagschiff der PEN-Reihe von Olympus, und das sieht man der Systemkamera auch an: Das klassisch-eckige Gehäuse wird durch den versenkbaren Blitz nicht gestört, und die Chrom-Linien wirken sehr edel. Ob auch die Technik überzeugen konnte, verrät der Test.  …mehr

  • Ubuntu Linux 11.10 Beta unter der Lupe

    Oneiric Ocelot im Test

    Canonical hat die Linux-Distribution Ubuntu 11.10 mit vielen Neuheiten ausgestattet. Lesen Sie, was die Beta-Version 2 leistet.  …mehr

  • So misst man Anwenderzufriedenheit

    Enduser Experience

    Nur wenige IT-Bereiche messen die Anwenderzufriedenheit mit sinnvollen Kriterien. Und noch weniger wissen mit den Messergebnissen umzugehen. Wir zeigen Ihnen, wie es richtig geht. …mehr

  • Die Alten sollen es richten

    Fachkräftemangel

    Der demografische Wandel erreicht die IT-Branche. Einige Unternehmen entwickeln Ideen, wie sie ältere Mitarbeiter und ihre Potenziale fördern können.  …mehr

  • For This iPad-Using Baby, Paper Does Not Compute

    Premium-Inhalt. While adults can look back at a time when you had to go to a reference desk at a library with your questions and a cassette player was the coolest way to carry around music, the younger generation certainly cannot. is absolute testament to the effect technology is having on children.

  • F5 BIG-IP upgrade improves IP services, battles DDOS attacks

    Premium-Inhalt. F5 is touting new capabilities in its BIG-IP v11 software as a way for service providers to save money, stave off and scale to support rapidly expanding IP services.

  • Dell: PC, mobile businesses important to company

    Premium-Inhalt. Dell CEO Michael Dell on Wednesday said the company remains committed to its PC and mobile device businesses, saying it will provide savings that could help grow the enterprise business.

  • Lenovo surpasses Dell, becomes No. 2 PC vendor

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo surpassed Dell to become the world's second largest PC vendor at the end of the third quarter, according to research firms IDC and Gartner.

  • RIM: BlackBerry email is operating, messenger online

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion reported late Wednesday that email was operating, and BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) traffic was online and passing successfully in all regions where its service was previously affected.

  • My Brawny Desktop Can Whip Your Wimpy Laptop

    Premium-Inhalt. The desktop PC doesn't get a lot of respect these days. Laptops began years ago, and now tablets and smartphones are all the rage.

  • 10 Steps to Get Started With Virtualization

    Premium-Inhalt. The benefits of server virtualization are so significant at this point that implementing it is a no-brainer. First and foremost, server virtualization makes much better use of computing resources than physical servers do, since you can run many different virtual servers on a single physical host. In fact, you may be surprised at just how many general-purpose server instances a single modern server can handle simultaneously.

  • EBay unveils integrated app dev platform

    Premium-Inhalt. EBay has launched an application development platform called X.commerce that pulls in tools and functionality from a variety of its sites and products, including the eBay marketplace and PayPal, as well as from partners.

  • Red Bend working on mobile virtualization

    Premium-Inhalt. Red Bend, which makes products for delivering over-the-air software updates, will soon offer a virtualization technology for Android devices that allows a user to have both a personal profile and a business profile on the same device.

  • NSW government commits $3 million to Interactive Media Fund

    Premium-Inhalt. Digital media companies in NSW are set to get a boost, with funding of $3 million over the next two years.

  • Seven Reasons to Consider Virtualization

    Premium-Inhalt. Both server virtualization and desktop virtualization use a software core called a hypervisor to run multiple operating systems on the same physical server hardware. Each OS is kept separate, with resources dedicated as needed.

  • Facing Closure, OpenOffice.org Makes a Plea for Survival

    Premium-Inhalt. The OpenOffice.org office productivity suite has had something of a wild ride ever since it fell into with the acquisition of Sun early last year, and now it looks like that ride may be coming to an end.

  • Auditing the Audit Committee

    Premium-Inhalt. Audit committees are increasingly responsible for overseeing the financial reporting and auditing process of companies. But audit committees themselves rarely get audited, according to a by Jaime J. Schmidt and Stephanie Rasmussen of the University of Texas.

  • Six strategies to build HK as the Asia IT hub

    Premium-Inhalt. As Donald Tsang about to deliver his final policy address, local ICT leaders gathered to highlight strategies that the chief executive should address to better support Hong Kong as Asia's IT hub.

  • Tech pros slams Hong Kong data center strategy

    Premium-Inhalt. Local tech pros slam Hong Kong's reservation of two hectares of land in Tsueng Kwan O for data center use as lacking a longer-term vision.

  • Steve Jobs' Value Proposition

    Premium-Inhalt. Much has been made of Steve Jobs' legacy of design. His focus on being great, instead of just big, is even more important.

  • CFO Survey Pessimism Keeps Growing

    Premium-Inhalt. The market may still have its big rally days from time to time. But finance chiefs responding to the just-released third-quarter survey have turned decidedly negative, with executives who are pessimistic about their own companies' prospects now outnumbering the optimists. Their answers also indicate that they are also substantially cutting back growth and investment plans for year ahead because of global economic concerns.

  • Pricing Pains? More CFOs Turn to Software for Better Profits

    Premium-Inhalt. The medical-surgical supply unit of McKesson Corp. has few products that are more commodity-based than table paper: dispensed from rolls and replaced from patient to patient. But how to adjust the prices for those rolls from medical customer to medical customer? And in that pricing process, what tools to give sales personnel to help them "optimize" the price for better profit?

  • Remains of the Day: No Siri, that's my baby

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone 4S meets its match in the team at iFixit, Apple may add movies to the cloud, and one Apple executive gets a lengthy write-up. The remainders for Thursday, October 13, 2011 are down for the count.

  • Up close with iOS 5: Photos and Camera changes

    Premium-Inhalt. As the saying goes, the --and that makes your device's camera one of its most important features. So it's no surprise that Apple would bolster photography features with iOS 5.

  • ISACA survey highlights importance of IT governance

    Premium-Inhalt. Business executives and CIOs around the world and across industries agree that information technology is a valued investment in achieving an effective business strategy and vision. This was reaffirmed by a recent survey conducted by ISACA and the IT Governance Institute IITGI) on Governance Enterprise IT (GEIT).

  • Hands on with the new iPod nano software

    Premium-Inhalt. Since the iPod nano's debut in 2005, Apple has rolled out notable changes to the player's design every fall, almost like clockwork. Yet when Apple at , the most notable thing about the latest iPod nano is that it change--at least not on the outside.

  • iOS 5 Jailbreak Is Already Here; Geeks Not Surprised

    Premium-Inhalt. If the newest wasn't enough to keep you occupied this week, here's some more news for cellphone tinkerers: You using the Redsn0w version 0.9.9b5.

  • Google grows earnings, revenue in Q3 as ad sales accelerate

    Premium-Inhalt. Google grew its sales and profits in the third quarter, exceeding Wall Street's expectations along the way, as the search company's advertising business continued on a strong growth path.

  • Desktop virtualization: Parallels vs. VMware vs. VirtualBox

    Premium-Inhalt. Virtual machines are the best way to accommodate different application needs in a datacenter environment. Whether you need to run your apps on a specific platform, or just need to meet scaling requirements, virtualization is the solution to a lot of IT manager's problems, thanks to fast and cheap memory.

  • Up close with iOS 5: Mail's changes

    Premium-Inhalt. Many iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users have mixed feelings about iOS's Mail app. On the whole, it's one of the best mobile email clients, making it easy to read and reply to email. But it's also missing many of the features you've come to expect from email clients on the desktop. We obviously shouldn't expect the same level of functionality from a mobile app as we do from a Mac app, but the fact that we use iOS Mail makes it an easy target for criticism.

  • Desktop virtualization: Parallels vs. VMware vs. VirtualBox

    Premium-Inhalt. Virtual machines are the best way to accommodate different application needs in a datacenter environment. Whether you need to run your apps on a specific platform, or just need to meet scaling requirements, virtualization is the solution to a lot of IT manager's problems, thanks to fast and cheap memory.

  • Four Ways RIM Can Rebound from BlackBerry Outage

    Premium-Inhalt. BlackBerry users around the world have been impacted this week . RIM has offered an explanation of the problem, and it has apologized, but it is going to take more than for RIM to regain the faith of loyal customers.

  • Android 'Ice Cream Sandwich' arrives Oct. 19 in Hong Kong

    Premium-Inhalt. The big Google-Samsung event to launch Ice Cream Sandwich -- postponed at CTIA earlier this week -- will take place next Wednesday in Hong Kong, according to an invitation sent by the two companies.

  • Google Translate: Speech Translation in 14 Languages

    Premium-Inhalt. Phrase books and botched pronunciations may soon be a thing of the past--well, for smartphone users, anyway. makes it easier for world travelers to ask for directions in foreign lands without embarrassing themselves or creating an international incident.

  • SuperEasy Codec Checker

    Premium-Inhalt. For a program that purports to help you find out what codecs are missing from your system, SuperEasy Codec Checker is woefully inadequate. It knew nothing about codecs even mildly off the beaten path such as OGG, Flac, and even common .FLV--this despite the codecs in question being installed on my system, and the company claiming to support them. Even worse, this free program was buggy, throwing .NET errors and ceasing to display its bitmapped buttons correctly.

  • Lenovo IdeaCentre B520

    Premium-Inhalt. It is rare to find an all-in-one desktop that can be compared to a gaming machine, but Lenovo took on the challenge with the IdeaCentre B520 (listed, as configured, at $1799, as of 10/13/2011). Is it possible to deliver a smooth gaming performance with a svelte system? Let's check under the hood to find out.

  • Sprint clarifies iPhone 4S unlocking policy

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint cleared up its policy regarding international roaming on the iPhone 4S Thursday, announcing its intent to lock the phone's micro-SIM slot and then unlock it for good customers only by request.

  • Google's Schmidt (finally) takes to Google+

    Premium-Inhalt. After being noticeably absent from his company's own social network, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt finally has joined the ranks of Google+ users.

  • LightSquared shows GPS interference fix

    Premium-Inhalt. LightSquared and a partner, Javad GNSS, showed off a filter and an antenna on Thursday that they said would solve the anticipated GPS interference problem that has plagued the carrier's plan to deploy an LTE network in frequencies near those used by GPS.

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