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  • Bekommt der Chef die Xing-Daten?

    Herausgabeanspruch gegen Mitarbeiter

    Was das deutsche Datenschutzrecht zu Geschäftskontakten über Internet-Plattformen sagt, erläutert Dr. Sebastian Kraska und Alma Lena Fritz.  …mehr

  • Skype gehört jetzt zu Microsoft

    Übernahme abgeschlossen

    Die 8,5 Milliarden Dollar schwere Übernahme des Internettelefonie-Dienstes Skype durch Microsoft ist perfekt. …mehr

  • Internet-Enquete des Bundestags unter Erfolgsdruck

    Nach Eklat im Juli

    Streit und Enttäuschung prägten die letzte Sitzung der Enquete-Kommission Internet und digitale Gesellschaft.  …mehr

  • Sky Deutschland geht mit Microsoft auf Kundenfang

    Sky Go auf Xbox 360

    Sky Deutschland geht mit dem IT-Riesen Microsoft gemeinsam auf Kundenfang. …mehr

  • SAP meldet Software-Umsatzwachstum von 32 Prozent

    Vorläufige Zahlen zum Q3

    SAP hat überraschend vorläufige Zahlen zum dritten Quartal vorgelegt. Der Softwareumsatz sei währungsbereinigt um 32 Prozent gewachsen, heißt es in einer Ad-hoc-Meldung.  …mehr

  • IT-News kompakt

    Die wichtigsten Nachrichten der Woche

    CCC seziert Bundes-Trojaner, RIM erlebt ein Blackberry-Desaster, HP steht vor einer Kehrtwende: Hier finden Sie die wichtigsten News der vergangenen Tage und den Der Spruch der Woche.  …mehr

  • Ansturm auf neues iPhone 4S

    Schlangen vor den Stores

    Trotz anfänglicher Enttäuschung über das neue iPhone 4S stehen Apple-Fans auf aller Welt wieder stundenlang an, um das Smartphone als erste in die Hand zu nehmen. …mehr

  • Blackberry-Ausfall stürzt Hersteller RIM tief in die Krise

    Konkurrenzdruck

    Zu einer unpassenderen Zeit hätten die Blackberry-Dienste nicht ausfallen können. …mehr

  • Das Android-Smartphone wird zum Dolmetscher

    Google Translate

    Die mobile Version von Google Translate für die hauseigene Plattform Android übersetzt nun "live" zwischen 14 Sprachen.  …mehr

  • Sony Ericsson verlässt die Verlustzone

    Smartphone-Boom

    Der Handy-Hersteller Sony Ericsson schreibt nach Verlusten im Gefolge der japanischen Erdbeben-Katastrophe keine roten Zahlen mehr. …mehr

  • Google scheffelt Milliarden trotz teurer Vorstöße

    Über 40 Mio. bei Google+

    Google bleibt auf der Erfolgsspur und hat einmal mehr die Erwartungen übertroffen. …mehr

  • Sicherer Umstieg auf iOS 5

    Apple iPhone und iPad aktualisieren

    iOS 5 bietet laut Apple über 200 neue Funktionen. Die Kollegen von der "Macwelt" zeigen, wie Sie sicher auf das neue iOS umsteigen, wie Sie Ihr iPhone konfigurieren und die Apps optimal nutzen. …mehr

  • Firmenumzug im Visier der Betriebsprüfer

    Achtung Steuerfallen

    Wie sich betriebswirtschaftlich bedingte Veränderungen infolge einer Unternehmensverlagerung steuerlich auswirken, sagt Thomas Rohler  …mehr

  • Was Sie über CRM wissen müssen

    FAQ Business-Software

    Customer-Relationship-Management (CRM) liegt im Trend. Doch was genau umfasst der Begriff? Zum besseren Verständnis liefern wir Antworten auf ein paar oft gestellte Fragen. …mehr

  • Freiberufler sollten Marktsignale beachten

    IT-Projektmarkt

    Angesichts der aktuellen Lage an den Aktienmärkten empfiehlt der Freiberufler-verband BVSI den IT-Selbständigen, sich auf schwierigere Zeiten einzustellen.  …mehr

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 im Test

    Systemkamera

    Die Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 ist keine besonders kompakte Systemkamera - dieses Kriterium deckt die GF-Familie des Herstellers ab. Dafür wartet das Modell mit einigen Funktionen auf, die in einem kleineren Gehäuse kaum realisierbar gewesen wären. Mehr dazu verrät der Test.  …mehr

  • Accenture-Deutschlandchef im Interview

    Cloud Computing und Business Analytics

    Im CW-Interview spricht Accentures Deutschlandchef Frank Riemensperger über die Strategie des IT-Dienstleistungs- und Beratungskonzerns, das Thema Business Analytics und den langen Weg zur Cloud in Anwenderunternehmen.  …mehr

  • IT-Ressourcen effizienter einsetzen

    Elf Tipps für CIOs

    Kräftezehrend und ineffizient: Kapazitätsplanung ist ein Kampf gegen eine vielköpfige Hydra.  …mehr

  • Google Doodles mit olympischem Geist

    2006, Teil 1

    Google hat schon weit über 1000 verschiedene Variationen seines Logos - Doodles - präsentiert. Reisen Sie mit uns heute ins Jahr 2006.  …mehr

  • Page: Google+ to broadly impact other Google products

    Premium-Inhalt. Google Co-Founder and CEO Larry Page made clear on Thursday the lofty expectations the company has for its new social networking site Google+.

  • After Stuxnet, a rush to find bugs in industrial systems

    Premium-Inhalt. Kevin Finisterre isn't the type of person you expect to see in a nuclear power plant. With a beach ball-sized Afro, aviator sunglasses and a self-described "swagger," he looks more like Clarence Williams from the '70s TV show "The Mod Squad" than an electrical engineer.

  • U.S. judge to rule on Samsung tablet sales

    Premium-Inhalt. Attorneys for Apple and Samsung Electronics gave arguments before a U.S. federal judge on Thursday in a patent infringement suit over Samsung's Galaxy tablets, and the judge is now set to issue a written order on Apple's request to have sales of those tablets blocked.

  • Dell shifting focus to work-and-play tablets, smartphones

    Premium-Inhalt. After achieving "moderate success" selling smartphones and tablets to consumers, Dell will shift its focus to devices that straddle both work and play, a company executive said this week.

  • 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.

  • SNIA releases storage power efficiency specification

    Premium-Inhalt. The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) Green Storage Initiative (GSI) has released a new vendor neutral efficiency measurement specification.

  • Online retailers to throw more money into technology

    Premium-Inhalt. Australian online retailers have indicated intentions to increase their technology spend in order to be successful in the market, according to a new report.

  • Motorola unveils enterprise-grade Android tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola Solutions has launched the ET1: A ruggedised tablet targeting enterprises.

  • Coworking at the Public Library

    Premium-Inhalt. Coworking is a modern work innovation where people in various creative professions share a common work space, synergizing their talents and making best use of fixed-cost resources. Here is a portrait of how coworking might develop in public library spaces as public libraries transform themselves in coming years. Architects, take notice.

  • Up close with iOS 5: Accessibility features

    Premium-Inhalt. iOS 5 introduces a wealth of new features that can be used to aid people with visual, aural, and mobility impairments. You'll find these options on the Accessibility setting screen under Settings -> General -> Accessibility.

  • US companies pushed to disclose cyberattacks

    Premium-Inhalt. Public companies may need to look more closely at their exposure to cyberattacks after new guidelines were released this week by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • EA Preparing to Shut Down Harry Potter Dev Bright Light

    Premium-Inhalt. With the Harry Potter films having run their course, it looks like the UK-based EA Bright Light is on the verge of being shut down.

  • How to configure iCloud if you share an Apple ID

    Premium-Inhalt. It's fairly easy to if you use a single Apple ID solely on your own devices. But many families--including mine--share a single Apple ID across multiple people and devices, so that they can purchase apps and music once and give everybody in the family access. Must you all share that same Apple ID for iCloud, too?

  • Samsung ChatOn App Arrives in Android Market

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung's free ChatOn Android app is now available in the Android Market, but it still has a few bugs. Several users are complaining that to send out necessary verification codes.

  • Datacentre hardware spending on the rise

    Premium-Inhalt. Worldwide datacentre hardware spending is expect to hit $US98.9 billion in 2011, up 12.7 per cent, according to analyst firm Gartner.

  • Logging into iCloud and MobileMe with separate accounts

    Premium-Inhalt. Wednesday, October 12, 2011 was D-Day (Download Day) for Apple users. I believe it will go down in history as the day Apple released more software than it has done in any single day before.

  • How to prevent Siri access while your iPhone 4S is locked

    Premium-Inhalt. Siri, the new voice command feature on the , is a handy new feature that's pretty amazing. But it could also be used by someone to play a rather mean trick on an unsuspecting person.

  • Divide between rich and poor households widens

    Premium-Inhalt. Australian households are growing wealthier, but the gap between rich and poor is widening, according to ABS data.

  • News Corp investor calls for change of chairman

    Premium-Inhalt. The time is right for Rupert Murdoch to step down as chairman of News Corporation and for a new independent replacement to be appointed, according to one of the media conglomerate's investors.

  • US retail sales rise 1.1 percent

    Premium-Inhalt. Retail sales across the US picked up at their fastest pace for seven months during September, the latest data showed on Friday.

  • AMD's Bulldozer Disappoints: Why That's Good News

    Premium-Inhalt. AMD's latest-and-greatest chip may lag slightly behind Intel's competing Core i5, as initial . But these disappointing results hide benefits that AMD's "Bulldozer" FX CPU will likely offer, especially for cost-conscious small businesses.

  • ConnectedText Personal Wiki

    Premium-Inhalt. ConnectedText is an excellent personal wiki program, one which runs solely on the desktop. While this removes one of the features which many associate with wikis, namely, collaborative editing, it also makes ConnectedText much easier to set up and use for a single user. ConnectedText 5 continues to build on the strengths of without introducing useless bells and whistles or radically changing the interface or functionality.

  • An Easy Way to CFO Indispensability?

    Premium-Inhalt. For CFOs seeking more C-suite recognition, or up-and-coming managers working toward the CFO post, one approach seems clearly advisable: Become indispensable. To those so committed, October's Harvard Business Review offers "Making Yourself Indispensable," by John Zenger, Joseph Folkman and Scott Edinger, of leadership-development consultancy Zenger Folkman.

  • Know Your Data Center...

    Premium-Inhalt. For the past few weeks, I've been knee-deep in reporting on . The advice I garnered from analysts and technology executives is not only applicable to IT, it can serve as fodder for finance discussions, too.

  • Wear the Doctor's Coat--Doctor Who's, That Is

    Premium-Inhalt. If you wear sticky-uppy hair and find yourself saying "Allons-y" to your friends a lot, you may be interested in making the circle complete with of Doctor Who's trenchcoat.

  • Gasp! Cisco and HP collaborate on blade switch

    Premium-Inhalt. Perhaps it's a matter of keeping your friends close but your enemies closer: Bitter and networking rivals and HP collaborated to develop a switch for HP's blade systems to address the needs of joint customers.

  • Mobile internet use on the rise: Statistics NZ figures

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile internet use is surging in New Zealand, according to figures from Statistics New Zealand's 2011 ISP survey released today.

  • The dynamics of Twitter's 'unfollow'

    Premium-Inhalt. As individuals and companies move towards a fuller embrace of social media platforms, it becomes imperative to understand the sociology of social media - to analyse it beyond its technical aspects. One main facet of social media is its emphasis on relationships.

  • China airport braces for more passenger traffic

    Premium-Inhalt. One of China's busiest airports is gearing up for an increase in passenger traffic and has picked a systems integrator to build the systems infrastructure for a new terminal.

  • Add a Photo Screensaver to Windows with Google Picasa

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're not using to manage your photos, I think you're missing out. It's one of the fastest and most versatile photo managers/image editors currently available, and you can't beat the price. (It's free.)

  • Up close with iOS 5: Calendar changes

    Premium-Inhalt. Though it didn't score iOS 5's flashiest updates, the stock Calendar app certainly gets a few noteworthy upgrades of its own in the . Many of the improvements introduced by Apple seem focused on improving the calendaring app's interface.

  • Intel CEO faults recent evolution of PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel CEO Paul Otellini came to the defense of PCs at an industry conference Friday, while outlining his belief that the so-called ultrabook will do more to meet consumer and business needs.

  • Wall Street Beat: Google, strong sales boost tech

    Premium-Inhalt. Strong results for tech companies, especially Google, and an easing of concerns about the economy boosted confidence in the computer sector, as markets closed Friday on a positive note.

  • Web 2.0 Summit to focus on value, pitfalls of online data

    Premium-Inhalt. This year's Web 2.0 Summit will focus on the critical role that online data plays in the Internet economy and on how its use and misuse can make the difference between success and failure in markets like online gaming, Web advertising, search, social media and mobile.

  • Google Buzz Bites the Dust

    Premium-Inhalt. Goodbye, Google Buzz. The social messaging platform, which was meant to rival Twitter, is being in an effort to slim down.

  • iOS 5 installation woes waning

    Premium-Inhalt. Untold hordes of iOS device owners rushed to upgrade their devices to iOS 5 upon ealier this week. Many did so and immediately began enjoying the fruits of Apple’s latest incarnation of its mobile operating system. Others, however, were stymied by . has found a simple, if not necessarily earth-shattering fix:

  • What Completed Skype-Microsoft Deal Could Mean for Consumers

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft announced today that it has mostly wrapped up its acquisition of the Internet communications company Skype. The $8.5 billion deal has received approval from the major regulators, the and the European Union, although a few holdouts remain--Russia, Ukraine, Serbia and Taiwan--which are expected to fall into line shortly.

  • iPhone 4S teardowns reveal A5 processor

    Premium-Inhalt. Preliminary teardowns of Apple's iPhone 4S have confirmed what rumors claimed for months: The new smartphone is powered by the same dual-core processor used in the iPad 2.

  • Table salt found to boost data storage density

    Premium-Inhalt. Researchers in Singapore say to use common table salt to increase by 5.3 times the density by which bits of data can be stored on a hard disk drive platter.

  • Defense Dept. hit with $4.9B lawsuit over data breach

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Defense has been hit with a $4.9 billion lawsuit over a recently disclosed data breach involving , a healthcare system for active and retired military personnel and their families.

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