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Meldungen vom 27.10.2011

  • Welcher Karriereweg der beste ist

    Aufsteigen oder weitere Erfahrungen sammeln?

    Wie lange Führungskräfte auf der aktuellen Position bleiben und wann sie wechseln sollten, sagt Dr. Georg Kraus.  …mehr

  • Nokia zeigt biegsamen Handy-Prototypen

    Nokia Kinetic

    Nokia hat hat auf seiner Hausmesse ein biegsames Handy gezeigt. Die Studie heißt Nokia Kinetic und soll zu diesem Zeitpunkt nur zeigen, was möglich ist.  …mehr

  • Nintendo rutscht in die roten Zahlen

    Schwache Wii und starker Yen

    Der japanische Spiele-Spezialist Nintendo steuert auf seinen ersten Jahresverlust seit Jahrzehnten zu. …mehr

  • Bundestag beschließt baldiges Aus für teure Warteschleifen

    Verbraucherschutz

    "Abzocke" mit Telefon-Warteschleifen soll es bald nicht mehr geben - generell gratis werden sie aber auch nicht. …mehr

  • Neue Kartendienste als Katalysator für Nokia-Smartphones

    Social Location

    Nokia forciert sein Geschäft mit Angeboten rund um digitale Landkarten und damit auch den Wettbewerb mit Google.  …mehr

  • Fujitsu entwickelt BS2000/OSD weiter

    Münchner Mainframe-Betriebssystem

    Fujitsu hat die Version 9.0 seines Großrechner-Betriebssystems BS2000/OSD angekündigt. Diese soll Ende Juni kommenden Jahres verfügbar sein.  …mehr

  • Weltbild und Hugendubel wollen Amazon zuvorkommen

    8-Zoll-Tablet für 160 Euro

    Als Antwort des deutschen Buchhandels auf Amazons Kindle Fire bieten Hugendubel und Weltbild ab sofort ein eigenes Tablet zum Niedrigpreis an. Ob der Plan aufgeht?  …mehr

  • Synchron zwischen Outlook und Google Calendar

    Kleine Helfer

    Termine überall auf dem aktuellen Stand: Google Calendar Sync gleicht Ihre Eintragungen mit Outlook ab. …mehr

  • Flut in Thailand macht Festplatten teurer

    Western Digital, Seagate betroffen

    Die Flutkatastrophe in Thailand hat zu massiven Ausfällen in der Produktion von Festplatten geführt.  …mehr

  • Facebook baut riesige Server-Anlage im arktischen Norden

    Polkappen schmelzen weiter

    Der US-Internetdienst Facebook baut sein erstes europäisches Datenzentrum knapp unter dem Polarkreis, damit die Server leichter gekühlt werden können.  …mehr

  • Firmen zu wenig geschützt vor interner Datenspionage

    mikado-soft-Studie

    Laut einer mikado-Studie hat sich der Anteil von Unternehmen mit angemessenem Security-Level innerhalb der letzten 4 Jahre auf 42 Prozent verdoppelt. Zurückhaltung resultiere aus fehlenden Ressourcen und Budgets für die Netzwerkoptimierung. …mehr

  • Sony kauft Ericsson alle Anteile ab

    Komplettübernahme von Sony Ericsson

    Zehn Jahre war Sony Ericsson ein Gemeinschaftsunternehmen des japanischen Elektronik-Giganten Sony mit dem schwedischen Netzausrüster Ericsson. Jetzt hat Sony angekündigt, den 50-Prozent-Anteil von Ericsson für 1,05 Milliarden Euro zu übernehmen. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2011 - Xenia Meuser, Otto

    IT-Chancen im Handel

    Vom 27. Oktober bis 9. November 2011 beantwortet die Otto-Personal-Managerin Xenia Meuser Fragen zu Karriereaussichten für IT-Fachleute im Handel.  …mehr

  • Software AG bestätigt vorläufige Quartalszahlen

    Leichter Gewinnanstieg

    Die Software AG hat im dritten Quartal ihren Überschuss dank der Ergebniswende im Beratungsgeschäft und der geringeren Zinslast leicht gesteigert.  …mehr

  • SAP steht glänzend da

    Rekordergebnis bei Softwareerlösen

    Die ganze Welt steckt Geld in neue Unternehmenssoftware - daher steht der Weltmarktführer SAP glänzend da. Die Gewinne sprudeln nur so. Hinzu kommt der Sieg über den Erzrivalen Oracle hinzu.  …mehr

  • 50 praktische Top-Tools für den Desktop

    Top-Freeware

    Per Mausklick alle Icons verschwinden und wieder einblenden lassen oder mittels virtueller Desktops für mehr Platz auf dem Bildschirm sorgen. All das und viel mehr ermöglichen unsere handverlesenen Desktop-Tools.  …mehr

  • Sicher per VoIP telefonieren

    Achtung, Feind hört mit

    Diskussionen um die VoIP-Sicherheit drehen sich oft um Firewall-Themen oder die Netzsicherheit per se. Dabei lauern die Gefahren an ganz anderer Stelle. …mehr

  • Test - NetApp FAS3240

    Unified-Storage-System für SAN und NAS

    NetApp bietet mit FAS3240 ein Unified-Storage-System für den Einsatz in SANs oder als NAS-Lösung. Deduplizierung und Snapshot-Technologie mit Data ONTAP 8 sollen helfen, dem Datenwachstum Einhalt zu gebieten. Wir testen die Funktionalität der FAS3240 aus NetApps mittlerem Portfoliobereich.  …mehr

  • Toshiba Satellite C660D-140 im Test

    Notebook

    Ein Notebook zum Netbook-Preis: Das Toshiba Satellite C660D-140 bekommen Sie für unter 400 Euro. Wie viele Haken dieses Schnäppchen hat, klärt der Test.  …mehr

  • Vor Excel kapituliert

    Business Intelligence

    Excel und Business Intelligence - das gilt vielen Experten wie Feuer und Wasser. Anbieter von BI-Lösungen bemühen sich gar nicht mehr um die Integration von Excel-Daten. Zeit, die Dinge einfach hinzunehmen, meint Thomas Wailgum von CIO.com.  …mehr

  • Die beste Digitalkamera mit Full-HD-Videofunktion

    Vergleichstest

    Digitalkameras mit Videofunktion sind nichts Neues. Wenn es sich dabei jedoch um eine Full-HD-Videofunktion handelt, ist dies schon eine Besonderheit. Wir präsentieren Ihnen die besten Full-HD-Digitalkameras.  …mehr

  • Private IT im Office nutzen

    iPhone, iPad, Notebook & Co.

    Firmen und Angestellte können vom Einsatz privater iPads & Co. im Büro profitieren. Lesen Sie hier, was zu beachten ist.  …mehr

  • Welchen Browser für die Cloud

    Die Empfehlungen der Service-Anbieter

    Ob geschäftskritische Anwendungen - etwa aus der Wolke - gut funktionieren, hängt nicht zuletzt von ihrer Ablaufumgebung am Frontend, dem Browser, ab. Tests und Zertifikate sollen hier Sicherheit vermitteln. …mehr

  • Ein Tag im Leben eines Entwicklers

    Mit dem Auge des Adlers

    Was macht ein Softwareentwickler den ganzen Tag? Wir haben Günther Reisner vom Münchner Systemhaus Pentasys acht Stunden lang über die Schulter geschaut. …mehr

  • Die 8 größten IT-Probleme

    To-Do-Liste 2011

    Virtualisierung, Sicherheit, Internet: Das sind drei der größten Probleme, die IT-Experten in den nächsten Jahren unbedingt lösen sollten. …mehr

  • Duqu, Stuxnet link unclear

    Premium-Inhalt. A report by Dell SecureWorks on Wednesday debunked the idea that the newly discovered Duqu Trojan is related to or was created by the same authors.

  • IBM Simulates 4.5% of the Human Brain; Skynet Is Next

    Premium-Inhalt. It's pretty well known at this point that computers are quickly catching up with humanity as far as brain power is concerned. Storage-wise, we've been long surpassed by machines, and powerfully fast computers can run circles around the human brain in solving complex equations. On the other hand, humanity wins in the brain's sheer computational power and energy efficiency.

  • Telecom shareholders approve demerger

    Premium-Inhalt. New Zealand Telecom (ASX: TEL) shareholders have overwhelmingly voted in favour of demerging its infrastructure business Chorus to allow the company to participate in the country's Ultra-fast Broadband Network (UFB) project.

  • Linksys refocuses on Wi-Fi, video

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco Systems' Home Networking Business Unit will keep both its Linksys brand and its place in the parent company as Cisco pares down its business, but the unit is also sharpening its focus.

  • Solve Mail search problems

    Premium-Inhalt. Even when you know , sometimes an email message you clearly remember stubbornly stays lost. If a Mail search doesn't display messages that you know it should--and you've ruled out user error such as selecting the wrong mailbox, or choosing a header instead of message contents--there are several possible causes. Which solution to use depends on whether errors occur searching message contents (the body of your message) or headers (the contents of the To, CC, BCC, From, and Subject fields).

  • Primus CEO: Shutting down copper is 'a really dumb thing to do'

    Premium-Inhalt. Shutting down the copper network as part of the National Broadband Network (NBN) plan is "dumb" and a fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) model would work better than fibre-to-the-home (FTTH), according to Primus Telecom CEO, Tom Mazerski.

  • Australia's 4G LTE journey: Where are we now?

    Premium-Inhalt. Telstra recently made its highly anticipated 4G LTE network widely available in capital cities and various regional centres across Australia.

  • Australian companies caught up in RSA SecurID token attack

    Premium-Inhalt. The aftermath of the RSA SecurID token attack which occurred in March and led to the replacement of thousands of tokens, has continued with the revelation that customers of Australian Internet service providers (ISPs), including Telstra and iiNet, may have been compromised.

  • Factory orders and output to fall

    Premium-Inhalt. Manufacturing orders and output are expected to fall over the next quarter, marking the first decline since October 2009 as confidence is "sapped by uncertainty over developments in the Eurozone", according to the latest data released on Wednesday.

  • Vodafone upgrading customer service platform

    Premium-Inhalt. Vodafone is to roll out a new customer service system to help capture the increasing number of social media communications the telco is experiencing with its customer base.

  • Amazon shares fall 12 percent

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon reported weaker than expected forecasts for the pre-Christmas season causing a 12 percent stock fall and shocking investors on Wednesday.

  • A Huge Lease-Accounting Shift Lies Ahead, But Company Awareness Is Low

    Premium-Inhalt. Accounting firms are pressing clients to study the huge significance of adjustments being proposed for U.S. and global lease accounting --- adjustments reflecting the treatment of more than $1 trillion in lease payments annually in the U.S. alone. But so far, corporate awareness of the changes that are afoot is far too limited.

  • Seventeen years of entertainment tech

    Premium-Inhalt. Simon Tsui VP of international information technology, Asia-Pacific, for Time-Warner Hong Kong

  • Remains of the Day: Sunny side up

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple plans to bring clean energy to a power-hungry facility, Sprint searches for an influx of cash, and a Steve Jobs special makes its way to the airwaves. The remainders for Wednesday, October 26, 2011 are supported by readers like you.

  • Preview: Nokia Lumia 800 Windows Phone

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been a long time coming but Nokia has finally unveiled its first Windows-powered smartphone, the Lumia 800. It shares an almost identical, physical design to the but utilises the latest 7.5 "Mango" version of Windows Phone software.

  • Remains of the Day: Pacific home theater

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's performance in the Asia-Pacific region is, as they say, ; Sprint says that the iPhone and unlimited data make beautiful (streaming?) music together; and the latest on two of Steve Jobs's secret obsessions. The remainders for Thursday, October 27, 2011 will tell all!

  • PS Vita: How to Get it 7 Days Early

    Premium-Inhalt. On the official , Sony Director of Hardware Marketing John Koller reveals that you can get the on February 15th -- instead of February 22 -- by purchasing the first edition bundle.

  • Nintendo Loses Nearly $1 Billion Dollars

    Premium-Inhalt. Nintendo is reporting one the biggest financial losses the company has endured today. The gaming company is announcing that its net losses for the first half of the financial year is ¥70.2 billion (which is the equivalent of $924 million U.S. dollars).

  • AT&T Wireless Receiver Frees Your TV: Roam, Big Screen, Roam

    Premium-Inhalt. has announced a new wireless receiver for its subscribers that makes it easier to use a television in rooms that lack a TV outlet, such as a bedroom, kitchen, or even on a patio.

  • AMD records profit in Q3 despite manufacturing issues

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday reported revenue and profit growth for the third fiscal quarter of 2011, despite issues with the manufacturing of processors.

  • Judge says no to posters, stickers in cell retailers

    Premium-Inhalt. The city of San Francisco can't make retailers display signs and stickers with information about cellphone health risks, but it can require retailers to give customers an information sheet about it, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.

  • End user contracts needed to regain control of BYO devices

    Premium-Inhalt. IT departments should look to BYO device contracts with company employees as the means for balancing the needs and desires of end users with the requirements of the organisation to manage risk and control cost.

  • Google's Latest Buys Can Boost Its Sites for Business

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has on online properties and businesses in the last nine months. The Web has been buzzing about its purchase of the Zagat restaurant review brand, but the true goldmine for small businesses is with the new Google Offers.

  • Hitwise: Google+ traffic up in October over last month

    Premium-Inhalt. Google+ usage has increased in October compared with last month, but the social networking site couldn't sustain a dramatic one-week surge that took place after it became publicly available on Sept. 20, according to Experian Hitwise.

  • Cisco rolls out military-strength encryption for ISR router

    Premium-Inhalt. has announced a hardware encryption module for its that allows point-to-point encryption of IP traffic based on what's called "Suite B," the set of designated by the National Agency for Department of Defense communications.

  • ARM leads march to 64-bit tablets, smartphones

    Premium-Inhalt. ARM's new 64-bit ARMv8 architecture could be used in tablets and smartphones in a few years, which could help deliver better performance when running demanding applications such as video, analysts said on Thursday.

  • Intel releases SSD Toolbox 3.0 to optimize drive performance

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Thursday released the third generation of its solid-state drive monitoring and management firmware SSD Toolbox 3.0, which offers many of the same tools as previous versions but with a simpler interface.

  • Will the sky fall if you don't deploy IPv6?

    Premium-Inhalt. The author is a Senior Network Engineer specializing in large-scale enterprise and data center network design for the Department of Defense

  • TV.com for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Plenty of apps let you watch your favorite TV programs on your iOS device--it's just a matter of making sure that the shows you like are available on a particular app. Nifty though the app may be, for example, if you're looking to watch a show from CBS or The CW, you're out of luck.

  • China slammed widely in US media on security, human rights

    Premium-Inhalt. China was slammed on several fronts in a barrage of articles published today in the U.S. media that touched on concerns related to the U.S. and Iran, plus a crackdown on Internet usage said to be unfolding within China.

  • Paycheck payoff for IT certs still declining

    Premium-Inhalt. Wondering whether you'll get a raise or bonus if you earn another IT industry certification? Odds are you won't, according to the latest IT salary data from .

  • Google+ rolls out new features, support for Google Apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking for something to +1 this Halloween season? You may get your wish: Google on Thursday to , including new breaking news collections, interaction graphs, photo styling, and support for Google Apps users.

  • Moto's losses narrow as it prepares for life at Google

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola Mobility reported a net loss of US$32 million, or $0.11 a share, on net revenue of $3.26 billion for the third quarter, as the phone maker prepares to become a part of Google.

  • AMD records profit in Q3 despite manufacturing issues

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday reported revenue and profit growth for the third fiscal quarter of 2011, despite issues with the manufacturing of processors.

  • ARM CTO predicts chips the size of blood cells

    Premium-Inhalt. In less than a decade, that smartphone you're holding could have 32 times the memory, 20 times the bandwidth and a microprocessor core no bigger than a red blood cell, the CTO of chip design company ARM said on Thursday.

  • After drama, HP to keep its PC business after all

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard isn't going out of the PC business after all. Today, CEO Meg Whitman announced the company would continue to make and sell PCs, made by her predecessor Léo Apotheker in August -- a decision that riled investors and employees and in late September. Since the August announcement, , as has the competence of its senior management. The appointment of board member Whitman as CEO .

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