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  • Post gründet in Berlin Entwicklungsabteilung für E-Postbrief

    "Handelsblatt"

    Die Deutsche Post gibt ihren E-Postbrief nicht auf. …mehr

  • "Social Enterprise CRM" - mehr Umsatz dank Kundendaten aus der Cloud?

    CW-Webcast

    Immer mehr Unternehmen setzen bereits in großem Stil auf die Cloud, wenn es um ihr Kundenbeziehungsmanagement geht. Weil mittlerweile zusätzlich "Big Data", also eine wahre Datenflut in die Datenbanken schwappt, sehen sich immer mehr Unternehmen mit der Frage konfrontiert: Wohin geht die Reise beim CRM überhaupt? …mehr

  • Das neue iPad wird warm

    Apple bleibt cool

    So mancher Nutzer des neuen iPad wundert sich, dass sein neues Tablet plötzlich warm wird.  …mehr

  • Friedrich beharrt in EU-Diskussion auf deutschem Datenschutzrecht

    Innenminister

    Die EU-Kommission will mit einer europäischen Datenschutz-Richtlinie eine einheitliche Grundlage schaffen. …mehr

  • Groupon startet Kalenderdienst für kleine Unternehmen

    "Scheduler"

    Das Gutschein-Portal Groupon will sein Geschäft mit einem Kalenderdienst für kleine Unternehmen breiter aufstellen. …mehr

  • Erste Windows-8-Geräte "um Oktober herum"?

    Dienstagsgerücht

    Microsoft will die Entwicklung seines neuen Betriebssystems Windows 8 nach einem Bericht der Nachrichtenagentur Bloomberg im Sommer abschließen und erste Geräte "um Oktober herum" herausbringen. …mehr

  • Samsung DV300F - DualView-Kamera mit Wifi-Funktion

    Gadget des Tages

    Digitalkameras haben einen schweren Stand, da Smartphones ihnen die Show stehlen. Die DualView-Kamera von Samsung könnte eine Ausnahme sein. …mehr

  • Metro mit Gewinnrückgang

    Preissenkungen sollen Wachstum ankurbeln

    Deutschlands führendem Handelskonzern Metro hat ein schwaches Weihnachtsgeschäft die Bilanz verhagelt. …mehr

  • Neue AMD-Prozessoren für Webhoster

    Opteron 3200

    AMD hat die ISP-Fachmesse World Hosting Days genutzt, um seinen "Zurich"-Opteron-3200 für Single-Socket-Server zu präsentieren.  …mehr

  • Adobe mit leichtem Gewinnrückgang

    Kein großer Produktlaunch im Q1

    Adobe Systems hat gestern nach US-Börsenschluss seine Bilanz zum abgeschlossenen ersten Fiskalquartal vorgelegt.  …mehr

  • Infos über Staus und Hundekottüten

    Politik blockt Open Data ab

    Open-Data-Projekte erleichtern den Zugang zu Verwaltungsdaten und schaffen neue Berufszweige. Doch Politiker und Kommunen halten das für eine Gefahr, sagt Axel Drengwitz von Steria Mummert.  …mehr

  • Amazon kauft Lagerhaus-Automatisierer

    Kiva Systems

    Der weltgrößte Online-Einzelhändler Amazon.com nimmt rund 775 Millionen US-Dollar in die Hand, um einen Hersteller von Lagerhaus-Robotern zu kaufen. …mehr

  • Über 3 Millionen neue iPads verkauft - Aktienhoch

    Apple

    Apple hat von seinem neuen iPad seit dem Start am Freitag mehr als drei Millionen Geräte verkauft. …mehr

  • Betriebsräte haben ein Recht auf Internet

    Betriebsverfassungsgesetz

    Welche Sachmittel die Arbeitnehmervertretung vom Arbeitgeber verlangen darf, sagt Dr. Norbert Pflüger.  …mehr

  • Falsche CRM-Strategien

    Zu wenig Web 2.0 bei der Kundenpflege

    Sie hören nicht auf Verbraucher, geben sich im Service aber trotzdem Bestnoten: Laut einer Studie von Steria Mummert vernachlässigen Firmen ihre Kunden.  …mehr

  • Benutzer bei Office 365 verwalten

    Office 365 Tipps und Tricks

    Wird Office 365 im Unternehmen eingeführt, ändert sich auch für Administratoren in Sachen Bereitstellung und Verwaltung der Office-Funktionen einiges. Folgender Praxisbeitrag beschäftigt sich eingehend mit dem Einrichten und Anbinden von Benutzern an Office 365.  …mehr

  • Erfolgreich verhandeln ohne Tricks

    Buchtipp

    Nicht Umsatz um jeden Preis, sondern größtmöglicher Nutzen und Mehrwert ist das Ziel des Verhandelns. Damit grenzt der Verhandlungsexperte Friedhelm Wachs in seinem Buch "Faktor V, Die fünf Phasen des erfolgreichen Verhandelns" das Verhandeln klar vom Verkaufen ab.  …mehr

  • Internationale Karriere in der IT

    Vier Manager erzählen

    Internationales Arbeiten gehört in der IT-Branche dazu. Welche Chancen sich bieten, zeigen unterschiedliche Karrierewege.  …mehr

  • Mitt Romney holds Google+ Hangout

    Premium-Inhalt. Just as voters in Illinois are heading to the polls to cast their votes in the Republican primary today, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is participating in a Google+ hangout.

  • Microsoft says SharePoint isn't late to enterprise social networking

    Premium-Inhalt. Although enterprise social networking (ESN) products that replicate Facebook-like and Twitter-like functionality for workplaces have been around for about five years, Microsoft sees a big opportunity in that market, to which some feel the maker of Windows and Office has been slow to respond.

  • Verizon to push out Droid Charge update 'soon'

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Wireless Tuesday said it will soon push a wireless software update to Samsung's Droid Charge smartphone to fix a number of glitches, including choppy audio, clicking sounds during calls and crashes when the device is placed into a desktop dock.

  • Dead Space Review: Necromorphs Invade Your Android Phone

    Premium-Inhalt. EA's Dead Space for Android keeps the story alive with awesome graphics, intuitive controls, and a thoroughly chilling soundtrack.

  • FutureAdvisor launches comprehensive investment advice website

    Premium-Inhalt. FutureAdvisor launched Tuesday a financial services website that displays, analyzes and offers advice about a user's entire investment portfolio.

  • IBM unveils new analysis packages

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM has unveiled three packages of services and software to help organizations analyze their data for profit and improved efficiency.

  • AMD reaches for the cloud with new server chips

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday is expected to announce new Opteron 3200 series chips for low-end servers, which the company hopes will give it a competitive edge over Intel in the cloud server market.

  • Samsung hit with record fine for obstructing mobile phone investigation

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics received the largest-ever fine on Monday for obstructing an inquiry from South Korea's trade regulator, which was investigating deceptive mobile phone pricing practices.

  • Developer interest in Android slowly eroding, survey finds

    Premium-Inhalt. While Google doesn’t have to worry about app developers fleeing Android en masse, they might be concerned that developer interest appears headed in the wrong direction.

  • Samsung hit with record fine for obstructing mobile phone investigation

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics received the largest-ever fine on Monday for obstructing an inquiry from South Korea's trade regulator, which was investigating deceptive mobile phone pricing practices.

  • Linux Unites With Android, Adds Business-friendly Features

    Premium-Inhalt. Linux founder Linus Torvalds announced the release of the 3.3 Linux kernel on Sunday, bringing a host of fixes and updates that were long overdue--most importantly, the merging of Android into the main Linux source tree.

  • How To Make And Publish Movies For Free

    Premium-Inhalt. It's never been cheaper or easier to make movies, but many budding amateur filmmakers are still put off by the initial expense of purchasing a good camera and audio equipment. Thankfully, there's plenty of free content available for public use if you know where to look. You can turn that raw material into creative and inventive works of cinema with a few free video editing tools, some hard work and a place to share your movie with friends and family.

  • GeekBtyes: The 8-Bit Musical (And Other Things We Didn't Cover)

    Premium-Inhalt. Happy Monday! I hope your work week is off to a good start--or at least as good a start as possible. It's just after 5PM on the West Coast as I write this, so before you lig off for the day, take a few minutes to check out these bits of awesome we didn't have the chance to fully cover.

  • Vendors see opportunity where virtualisation leaves off

    Premium-Inhalt. Vendors of disparate solutions are looking to leverage what they see as shortcomings in virtualisation to provide customers with comprehensive views of resources and applications in complex environments.

  • More opportunities for VC resellers as UFB rollout takes off

    Premium-Inhalt. Videoconferencing resellers should be targeting the SMB market as VC solutions become more and more affordable and the Ultra Fast Broadband (UFB) rollout gets underway, says Vaughan Nankivell, ANZ business manager for the Huawei Enterprise division of Simms, soon to be rebranded as Expressonline.

  • Game Designers: Failing Until They Make It

    Premium-Inhalt. Most conferences are non-stop parades of tech hype. As a member of the press, you’re usually bombarded by PR agents eager to tell you how fantastic their company’s new product / technology / game is.

  • Meet The Robotic Luggage That Follows You Like a Dog

    Premium-Inhalt. The last thing you want to do after a long, tiring journey is to drag your heavy luggage around until you get to your destination. If only luggage bags and suitcases could sprout feet and walk themselves. Well, thanks to modder Ben Heck, they now can!

  • Free at Last? FAA Reconsiders Ban on Gadgets During Takeoff, Landing

    Premium-Inhalt. Never mind the cramped coach seats, long toilet lines and awful food. One of the biggest annoyances of -- well, for gadget-toting travelers, anyway -- is having to turn off your tablet, smartphone, laptop, or eReader while the plane taxis, takes off and lands.

  • Coming Soon: More Cross-Platform App Stores?

    Premium-Inhalt. Even as Microsoft its Windows Mobile app store, chances are consumers are going to see more cross-platform app store options in the future, according to Shira Levine, directing analyst at Campbell, Calif.-based research firm Infonetics.

  • New iPad Launch Numbers: Three Million Sold

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple sold three million new iPads over the weekend, the company announced Monday.

  • Avoid Ads and Creepy Tracking Scripts With Privoxy

    Premium-Inhalt. Ad blocking is a controversial subject; much of the content you consume on the Web every day is made possible only thanks to ad revenue--and if everyone blocked ads, websites may have to use other means to generate revenue, such as putting their content behind a paywall. That said, some people feel that ads are not only irritating, but also violate their privacy. If you are of these people, Privoxy is a free tool that offers a wealth of ways to rid yourself of ads and tracking.

  • Remains of the Day: Welcome changes

    Premium-Inhalt. iPads and e-readers may soon be during all portions of flights, the new Apple TV contains minor improvements over its predecessor, and Foxconn says it won’t sue over an inaccurate story. It’s good to see the remainders for Monday, March 19, 2012.

  • Acer AX1930-UR10P: Boring, but Fast

    Premium-Inhalt. The Acer AX1930-UR10P is a bit of a bore: Its Sandy Bridge-based speed is the only element we truly enjoy on this $500 desktop, as the rest of what Acer brings to the table is unexciting--even when we factor in the typical constraints of budget desktops.

  • How Soon Will Your Mobile Video Chat Be Fantastic?

    Premium-Inhalt. Once cameras became standard equipment on mobile phones, it was only a matter of time before vendors realized that the foundation was there for using image-capture technology to transmit video. It's actually possible that by the time we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the AT&T picture phone shown at the 1964 New York World's Fair, video chat may even be commonplace.

  • Oracle net income rises 18 percent, but hardware sales slump

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle on Tuesday said third-quarter net income rose 18 percent to US$2.5 billion, while revenues grew 3 percent to $9 billion. However, hardware systems revenues sagged 16 percent to $869 million.

  • Sonos releases new desktop controller for Mac

    Premium-Inhalt. , maker of multiroom wireless home speaker systems like the and the , released the latest version of its Mac Controller app on Tuesday. The Controller app, which allows users to remotely control their Sonos speaker system, recieved updates that include a sleeker look and improvements to search, streaming, and volume control.

  • Groupon Offers Free Scheduler for Small Businesses

    Premium-Inhalt. Managing appointments, cancellations, and no-shows can be tough for a very small business to manage. Groupon is offering a free scheduling tool that you can easily add to your website. Groupon Scheduler has been running for a few months as a perk for merchants running a Groupon deal, and it's now available to any small business in the United States and Canada excluding Quebec.

  • HP TouchSmart 7320: A Ho-Hum Budget All-in-One

    Premium-Inhalt. The HP TouchSmart 7320 is a bog-standard budget all-in-one PC. It's inexpensive, and performance is fine, but it ultimately fails to stand out in a crowded market. The model we tested, priced at $879, packs an Intel Core i5-2400S processor, 4GB ofRAM, and a 500GB hard drive. It also offers built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, and a 21.5-inch touchscreen.

  • Review: Three iOS-app-controlled toys

    Premium-Inhalt. There's something endearing about a tiny, remote-controlled toy. It's nearly impossible not to love the way it romps around your carpet, gets stuck under your desk, and antagonizes your housepets. We got our hands on three little robotic friends that can be controlled through your iOS device and, of course, we took them for drives.

  • Mobile app developers see Google+ on the rise

    Premium-Inhalt. Recent surveys of mobile app developers found that 66% of them feel Google+ could catch up to Facebook.

  • Apple denies new iPad overheating concerns

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Tuesday denied any overheating concerns on the new iPad, saying that the product operates well within its thermal specifications.

  • 2 HotMobile papers that grabbed us: WalkSafe and SpinLoc

    Premium-Inhalt. The recent in San Diego attracted dozens of top mobile technology researchers who presented papers on their latest findings. While we didn't attend the event, a couple of papers jumped out at us while browsing the agenda.

  • How I divorced Google

    Premium-Inhalt. I sat recently at the Grand Opening Ceremony at CeBIT 2012 in Hannover. There was a huge crowd of dignitaries, business people, and captains of German industry. They were waiting to hear from the President of Brazil, the Chancellor of Germany, and the Executive Chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt. Each gave a keynote. As the event's them was Managing Trust, it seemed salient for me to listen specifically to Schmidt, perhaps one last time. It's not that I don't respect the German Chancellor or the President of Brazil, but I wasn't trying to divorce myself from the organizations they represent.

  • We Need an 'iTunes Match' for Movies and Books

    Premium-Inhalt. The ability to rip tracks from music CDs you bought last week or 25 years ago, and turn them into MP3s you can sync to a laptop, tablet, or smartphone is pretty awesome. What would be even cooler, though, is if there was a way to do something similar with the movies and books you own.

  • Fast broadband rumbles on big data's horizons

    Premium-Inhalt. A majority of IT professionals recently surveyed by CIO magazine and sister publication Reseller News say that ultrafast broadband is necessary to spur innovation, and will improve productivity.

  • Ruckus eyes NZ for growth

    Premium-Inhalt. Wireless vendor Ruckus recently held its first ever official partner event in New Zealand and says it is now committed to heavily investing in this market.

  • Consumer Reports: New iPad Can Reach 116 Degrees While Gaming; Apple Responds

    Premium-Inhalt. Complaints about the temperature of Apple's new third-generation iPad are heating up, with Consumer Reports claiming that the tablet reaches temperatures of up to 116 degrees Fahrenheit while a user plays games.

  • Libya's LAP Green demands restitution for Zambia telco stake

    Premium-Inhalt. Lap Green Networks, the Libyan investment authority's international telecommunications arm, has sued the Zambian government, demanding to be compensated US$480 million for its 75 percent share in Zamtel, seized by the Zambian government early this year.

  • Consumer Reports: New iPad can hit 116 degrees; 'not especially uncomfortable'

    Premium-Inhalt. Rumors that the new runs at a higher temperature than the iPad 2 aren't just hot air after all.

  • Oracle net income rises 18 percent, but hardware sales slump

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle on Tuesday said third-quarter net income rose 18 percent to US$2.5 billion, while revenues grew 3 percent to $9 billion. However, hardware systems revenues sagged 16 percent to $869 million.

  • Study: US broadband adoption levels off

    Premium-Inhalt. Adoption of broadband service in the U.S. has levelled off since 2009, and the U.S. government and the tech and broadband industries will need to work more closely together to drive up subscriber numbers, according to a new study.

  • Cost of Data Breaches Declines

    Premium-Inhalt. For the first time in seven years—and despite numerous high-profile incidents—the average cost of a data breach fell in 2011, according to new findings released by Symantec and the Ponemon Institute.

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