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  • Citrix schluckt Storage-Dienst ShareFile

    Collaboration in der Cloud

    Mit dem Kauf des Speicherdienstleisters kündigt Citrix Systems den nächsten Schritt in Richtung "Personal Clouds" an.  …mehr

  • Oracle will Endeca übernehmen

    CEM und Analytics

    Oracle hat mitgeteilt, es wolle die auf Verwaltung unstrukturierter Daten, Business Intelligence sowie Web-Commerce spezialisierte Firma Endeca übernehmen.  …mehr

  • Philipp Schindler fällt die Google-Treppe hoch

    VP Global Business Operations

    Googles Nordeuropa-Chef Philipp Schindler wechselt als erster Deutscher ins Führungsteam in Mountain View.  …mehr

  • Neue Android-Version kommt

    Eiswaffel für Smartphones

    Google wird am Mittwoch voraussichtlich das nächste Major Release seines mobilen Betriebssystems Android vorstellen. …mehr

  • EMC bekräftigt nach Rekordquartal Prognosen für Gesamtjahr

    Gewinnsprung

    Der US-amerikanische Datenspeicherspezialist EMC hat nach einem Gewinnsprung im dritten Quartal seine Jahresziele bekräftigt. …mehr

  • Von Exchange zu Office 365

    Wie infoWAN Kunden in die Cloud migriert

    Die Umstellung von Exchange auf Office 365 ist ein ganz normales Migrationsprojekt - doch mit Optionen wie Hybrid-Lösungen hat der Cloud-Service auch seine Besonderheiten. Der IT-Dienstleister infoWAN unterstützt seine Kunden bei der Exchange-Migration und stellt Kommunikationsdienste wie E-Mail in wenigen Schritten auf Office 365 um.  …mehr

  • Amazon.com nimmt Autoren selbst unter Vertrag

    Wozu noch Verlage?

    In den USA übernimmt der weltgrößte Online-Händler Amazon.com immer öfter selbst die Rolle des Verlegers und krempelt damit den etablierten Literaturbetrieb um.  …mehr

  • ITC will HTC-Patentklage gegen Apple abweisen

    US-Behörde

    Weiterer Rückschlag für das Android-Lager im Patentstreit mit Apple: Die US-Handelsbehörde ITC will eine Klage des Smartphone-Herstellers HTC gegen den iPhone-Anbieter abweisen. …mehr

  • aPen A4 - Digitaler Stift für Mac und PC

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem aPen von E FUN können Sie auf Papier zeichnen und das Ganze digital abspeichern, Grafiken auf Ihrem PC oder Mac bearbeiten oder Unterschriften für digitale Dokumente manuell erstellen. …mehr

  • Meisterhafter Backup und Abgleich

    Kleine Helfer

    Synchronisieren und Backup - mit der funktionsreichen Freeware "SyncBack" eine zuverlässige Sache. …mehr

  • Zweiter Frühling für das Blackberry Playbook?

    Blackberry Packager for Android

    Kurz vor dem Start der Entwicklerkonferenz "Blackberry Devcon" in San Francisco hat RIM ein Video ins Netz gestellt. Das Filmchen demonstriert, wie Entwickler mit wenigen Schritten ihre Android-Anwendung auf die Playbook-Plattform portieren können.  …mehr

  • Innovative Kommunikation auf der Messe Frankfurt

    Mitmachen und Gratis-Tickets gewinnen

    Machen Sie sich fit für Ihre Kundenkommunikation! COMPUTERWOCHE verlost zusammen mit der Messe Frankfurt Tickets für den Innovationskongress Digital Touch und die Fachmessen Be Connected und Voice + IP am 25. und 26. Oktober.  …mehr

  • Internet-Enquete beschließt erste Leitlinien zur Netzneutralität

    Netzpolitik

    Die Internet-Enquete-Kommission des Bundestags hat sich grundsätzlich für das Prinzip der Netzneutralität ausgesprochen, das eine Gleichbehandlung aller Daten im Internet postuliert. …mehr

  • Software-Geschäft treibt IBM an

    Umsatz- und Gewinnplus

    Die Euro-Schuldenkrise scheint noch nicht großflächig auf die reale Wirtschaft durchzuschlagen. …mehr

  • Die besten Sicherheits-Tools

    Surfen, Passwörter & Laufwerke

    Bordmittel für sicheres Surfen, Verwalten von Passwörtern und geschütztes Datei-Handling sind in Windows und Linux bereits rudimentär vorhanden. Doch erst mit den richtigen Tools lassen sich Komfort und Funktionalität deutlich erhöhen. Wir stellen die besten Sicherheits-Tools vor.  …mehr

  • Windows 7 für Profis

    Businessfunktionen

    Dass Microsoft mit Windows 7 auch den Business-Bereich adressiert, ist selbstverständlich. Die Fülle an Profifeatures, insbesondere in Kombination mit Windows Server 2008 R2, kommt daher kaum überraschend.  …mehr

  • iOS5 bringt weitere Enterprise-Funktionen

    Mobile Device Management

    Zu den über 200 neuen Funktionen, die das neue Apple iOS 5 bringt, gehören auch einige, die die Verwaltung, Konfiguration und Absicherung von Apple-Geräten im Unternehmen erleichtern.  …mehr

  • Der beste Ohrhörer

    Vergleichstest

    Wer für sein Handy oder den MP3-Spieler gut klingende Ohrhörer sucht, hat die Qual der Wahl. Wir haben zehn In-ear-Modelle mit und ohne integrierter Gerätesteuerung getestet.  …mehr

  • Cloud-Verträge - da geht noch was!

    Verhandlungssache Cloud Computing

    Standardverträge für Cloud-Services begünstigen oft den Anbieter. Gartner hat neun Punkte zusammengetragen, wo sich das Feilschen dennoch lohnt.  …mehr

  • Keine Extragebühren für Kontoführung

    Verbraucherschützer siegen vor Gericht

    Die Klausel, wonach für die Führung eines Darlehenskontos eine monatliche Gebühr zu zahlen ist, ist unwirksam.  …mehr

  • HP's new virtualization servers provide path to cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard on Monday announced new servers that come pre-configured with Microsoft software to help companies deploy virtualized workloads more quickly.

  • Levinsohn: Yahoo is doing fine

    Premium-Inhalt. Ross Levinsohn, Yahoo's executive vice president for the Americas, on Monday downplayed the notion that the recent firing of CEO Carol Bartz has the company in an upheaval.

  • PowerDirector 10 Is a Worthwhile Update

    Premium-Inhalt. Version 10 of CyberLink's PowerDirector ($100 as of October 17, 2011) is easily the most impressive update of the video-editing powerhouse in a while. It comes with a host of new features; the already quick rendering is even faster; and it now offers comprehensive support for 3D video, including tools for editing, converting, burning, and more.

  • More Image Editing Tricks for Brightening Shadows

    Premium-Inhalt. You already know that life is full of compromises--like the way you have to eat your broccoli before you get desert, or promise to walk the dog in order to get your spouse to agree to let you, you know, get a dog. So too with photography: A "good exposure" sometimes means that while most of the photo looks fine, there are some deep shadows lacking in detail, like in protecting the Staten Island Ferry enroute to Manhattan. Last week I talked about a few techniques for This week, let's wrap it up with a couple more ways to selectively improve the quality of your photographs.

  • Biomimicry Robots Run Amok at Berkeley, Show How Insects Evolved to Fly

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking to improve the performance of a robot designed to emulate a crawling bug, engineers studying biomimicry at UC Berkeley added wings pilfered from a store-bought toy onto a six-legged, 4-inch-long running robot. The original design, dubbed DASH (for Dynamic Autonomous Sprawled Hexapod), was outfitted with wings and renamed DASH+Wings, and used to explore how flapping wings would affect a bug that primarily walks or runs on the surface.

  • Breaking: PS Vita Launches February 22, 2012

    Premium-Inhalt. Sony has made the official announcement that their new portable gaming platform, the , will be available in the United States on February 22, 2012. The announcement was made by SCEA President and CEO Jack Tretton at the Web 2.0 Summit 2011 held in San Francisco, California. The successor to Sony's PSP platform will be sold at two price points: $249 for the Wi-Fi only model, and $299 for the Wi-Fi + 3G model.

  • Cook: Apple will set 'all-time' record for iPhone sales this quarter

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple usually plays its cards pretty close to the vest when it comes to product predictions. Not on Tuesday--when , Tim Cook made a bold statement about the quarter to come.

  • RIM Announces BBX Operating System

    Premium-Inhalt. The PC World story "RIM announces BBX operating system," which ran on Tuesday, incorrectly characterized the new operating system. The deck and third paragraph have been corrected on the wire.

  • Intel reports Q3 profit growth despite Atom's struggles

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Tuesday reported profit and revenue gains for the third quarter of fiscal 2011 on strong PC and server chip sales, overcoming a drop in Atom tablet and netbook chip sales.

  • Telstra-NBN Co deal gets the vote, all eyes now on ACCC

    Premium-Inhalt. shareholders have approved the but the Australian Competition and Consumers Commission (ACCC) can still make or break the agreement.

  • Huawei exceeds staff growth expectations

    Premium-Inhalt. Chinese communications vendor, , has exceeded its staff growth expectations for the year in Australia, now employing more than 700 staff across five local offices.

  • NBN plans cheaper than ADSL2+ equivalents: Analysis

    Premium-Inhalt. Many internet access plans on the National Broadband Network (NBN) will be cheaper on a per gigabyte usage basis than current ADSL2+ plans.

  • Motorola to partner with Optus for new RAZR smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola has unveiled a -- simply called the Motorola RAZR -- and will exclusively partner with Optus for its Australian launch.

  • 99 per cent of shareholders vote in favour of Telstra/NBN Co deal

    Premium-Inhalt. Telstra shareholders appear to have voted almost unanimously in favour of the $11 billion financial heads of agreement with NBN Co, following two year of negotiations around the deal.

  • The grill: Eugene Kaspersky

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  • Microsoft Outlook Social Connector

    Premium-Inhalt. Email once ruled as the supreme commander of computer-based communications, the fastest and most effective way for people to exchange messages and information. That's no longer the case; for better or worse, social networking services such as Facebook increasingly seem to be supplanting them. The free Microsoft Outlook Social Connector tries to merge the power of social networking with that of email, giving you access to the social networking services Facebook and LinkedIn from right within Outlook. To a large part, it succeeds.

  • Sir Richard Branson on Steve Jobs

    Premium-Inhalt. While Apple will continue on without its co-founder, Steve Jobs, who , it would do well to find a new public face according to Virgin Group founder, Sir Richard Branson.

  • iOS app 'translates' PowerPoint for iPad viewing

    Premium-Inhalt. A new iOS app from Brainshark lets users accurately view full-blown PowerPoint on the tablet.

  • Google Docs Revamps Presentations, Adds 50 New Features

    Premium-Inhalt. Google on Tuesday introduced Web app. The app has more than 50 new features, chief among them:

  • Yahoo profits sink on weak ad sales

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo reported steep declines in revenue and profit for the third quarter, pulled down by weak ad sales and the failure of its search partnership with Microsoft to yield strong returns.

  • Cloud Code of Practice puts NZCS in driver's seat

    Premium-Inhalt. The reputation of the cloud computing community in New Zealand is "threatened by the lack of standards and practice guidelines", says the preamble to the draft terms of reference (ToR) for the upcoming Cloud Code of Practice.

  • Plans for PS Vita's BioShock Not Fully Hatched

    Premium-Inhalt. In June at E3, Ken Levine announced that his development team at Irrational Games was starting work on a BioShock game made for PlayStation Vita. Since then there has been little news about the project, which will mark the series' first trip into the handheld market.

  • Thieves and Pirates Already Stealing Battlefield 3

    Premium-Inhalt. With already being considered a shoe-in for Game of the Year, Electronic Arts?' potential revenue just hit a serious road block.

  • Did Electronic Arts Try to Manipulate Battlefield 3 Review Scores?

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the many perks in working at a video game media company is getting advance copies of games like . Aside from testing our secret-keeping merit, it helps us get our reviews out in due time. Unless you work in Norway.

  • Duqu: New Malware Is Stuxnet 2.0

    Premium-Inhalt. Researchers have identified a new malware threat which has been dubbed "Duqu". The new threat is apparently developed by the same author who developed that was used in targeted attacks against Iranian nuclear power plants, but Duqu has its sights set on a completely different target.

  • DMC Goes Back to the Future, Revives DeLorean

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember , that funky, futuristic car of Back to the Future fame? Guess what--it's back.

  • Google Rolls Out Security Resources for Internet Users

    Premium-Inhalt. Surfing the web these days can be like navigating a minefield--you'd like to take some basic security precautions, but you have no idea where to start. Google's new resource, called "Good To Know," aims to be your starting place.

  • Lenovo ThinkCentre M91z: Stylish, Business-Savvy Sprinter

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo's ThinkCentre Edge M91z is a stylish all-in-one designed for business users. The machine boasts a sleek, edge-to-edge glass screen, and excellent overall performance. It's not a high-end machine, so you do give up some features--namely fancy multimedia features such as a Blu-ray disc drive and a discrete graphics card--but it should be fine for business users who are looking for something a little prettier than the typical desktop.

  • U.S. Apple Stores to Close Wednesday for Steve Jobs Tribute

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple reportedly will shut its U.S. retail stores for a few hours on Wednesday to allow its employees to participate in a staff celebration of the life of co-founder Steve Jobs.

  • Guidance forensics tool now working with SIEM

    Premium-Inhalt. Guidance Software today said its tool is now capable of automated collection of data on endpoint devices, including computers and , based on a information and event management (SIEM) alert.

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