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  • Adobe präsentiert Neuerungen seiner Digital Marketing Suite

    Digital Marketing Summit 2012

    Auf seinem Digital Marketing Summit 2012 in Salt Lake City präsentiert Adobe Systems Fortschritte bei der Weiterentwicklung und Integration der zur "Digital Marketing Suite" zusammengekaufter Lösungen und Firmen.  …mehr

  • Dritte Tarifrunde bei der Telekom AG ergebnislos beendet

    Verdi lehnt Nullrunde ab

    Auch die dritte Runde der Tarifverhandlungen für die Beschäftigten der Deutschen Telekom AG ist am Mittwoch ergebnislos beendet worden. …mehr

  • Warum Unternehmen immer noch selbst Software bauen

    Make or buy?

    Haben erfolgreiche Unternehmen einen höheren Anteil an Eigenentwicklungen? Nach den Ergebnissen einer Studie des Münsteraner Marktforschungsunternehmens RAAD könnte man das annehmen. …mehr

  • Streit um nächsten SIM-Standard

    "Financial Times"

    Die SIM-Karten in künftigen Mobiltelefonen sollen noch kleiner werden. …mehr

  • Konzernumbau bei HP geht weiter als gedacht

    Meg Whitman greift durch

    Die neue Konzernchefin Meg Whitman verpasst Hewlett-Packard eine neue Struktur, die für mehr Effizienz sorgen und die Idee des "One HP" besser abbilden soll.  …mehr

  • Wachstum der Internetwirtschaft von acht Prozent erwartet

    BCG

    In Deutschland wird die Wirtschaftsleistung im Internet nach einer Studie von Unternehmensberatern jährlich um etwa acht Prozent wachsen. …mehr

  • iTeufel Air von Teufel - Drahtloser Musikgenuss per AirPlay von Apple

    Gadget des Tages

    Der neue Lautsprecher von Teufel punktet mit schlichtem Design und einer WLAN-Verbindung zu iTunes über AirPlay.  …mehr

  • Werbung in Smartphone-Apps ist Stromfresser

    Angry Birds & Co.

    Viele Nutzer greifen lieber zu werbefinanzierten Apps, statt einen Kaufpreis zu zahlen. So etwas kann aber nicht nur Nachteile wegen schlecht platzierter Werbung mit sich bringen, sondern auch wesentlich höheren Stromverbrauch.  …mehr

  • Facebook zeigt Wall Street die kalte Schulter

    "WSJ"

    Facebook scheint sich vor seinem Milliarden-Börsengang nicht besonders um die Gunst der Wall Street zu bemühen. …mehr

  • Neues iPad wird nicht wärmer als erlaubt

    Apple

    Hat Apple das neue iPad so weit hochgerüstet, dass es sich unter voller Auslastung zu sehr erhitzt? …mehr

  • Zufriedene Unternehmen aktualisieren täglich

    Predictive Analytics

    Prognostische Datenanalysen finden in den Unternehmen zunehmend Verbreitung. Doch dem BI-Zweig fehlt es einer Studie des US-amerikanischen Marktforschungsunternehmens Ventana Research zufolge an Reife. Der Grund: unzureichende Schulungen und veraltete Datenmodelle.  …mehr

  • Oracle steigert Quartalsgewinn deutlich

    Lizenzgeschäft brummt

    Nach einem zuletzt enttäuschenden Quartal hat der SAP-Konkurrent Oracle nun wieder die Markterwartungen übertroffen. Während die Software-Sparte wie gewohnt wächst, macht das Geschäft mit Servern jedoch Probleme. …mehr

  • HP legt PC- und Druckersparten zusammen

    Unter Todd Bradley

    Hewlett-Packard kommt nicht zur Ruhe. Die Idee, seine weltgrößte PC-Sparte abzustoßen, ließ der US-Konzern zwar fallen. Jetzt soll der Bereich aber nach Medienberichten mit dem schwächelnden Drucker-Geschäft zusammengelegt werden.  …mehr

  • SharePoint Server 2010 im Test

    Collaboration-Software für Unternehmen

    Gute Office 2010-Integration und sozialen Funktionen sind nur zwei der vielen Features des SharePoint Server 2010. …mehr

  • Freiberufler bringen frischen Wind in die Firma

    Projektarbeit

    Von externen Projektmitarbeitern erwarten Unternehmen eine umfangreiche Erfahrung und ein spezielles Wissen - zu überschaubaren Preisen. Eine Umfrage zeigt, dass IT-Freelancer den hohen Anforderungen gerecht werden.  …mehr

  • Abhörsicher telefonieren und twittern

    T-Systems: Simko Version 3

    Mit Simko 3 kann man auch soziale Netzwerke sicher vor Spionage und Cyberattacken nutzen. Das Samsung Galaxy S II bietet als erstes Smartphone die Technik an.  …mehr

  • TFT-Monitore mit hochwertigen Panels

    Vergleichstest

    Die Preise für TFT-Monitore mit hochwertigen PVA- und IPS-Panels werden erschwinglich. Im Test waren interessante aktuelle Modelle ab 200 Euro.  …mehr

  • D-Link Sharecenter Shadow DNS-325 im Test

    Netzwerkspeicher

    D-Link sieht das Sharecenter Shadow DNS-325 privat im Einsatz. Dafür sollte das NAS-Leergehäuse aber einfacher zu bedienen sein, wie der Test zeigt.  …mehr

  • Mehr Sympathie für den Standard-Desktop

    Personalisierung

    Durch Layering-Techniken können Unternehmen die Akzeptanz stark standardisierter Umgebungen deutlich erhöhen.  …mehr

  • Wie Unternehmen iPad & Co. nutzen

    Tablet-PCs in der Praxis

    Die ersten Unternehmen setzen Tablet-PCs wie das iPad in der Entwicklung oder im Vertrieb ein. Doch die Einführung ist aufwändig.  …mehr

  • Rolls-Royce revs up retuned vendor strategy

    Premium-Inhalt. Rolls-Royce has appointed Capgemini to lead a new multi-vendor strategy, following the end of a 12 year contract with HP, formerly EDS.

  • Microsoft Says Windows Phone Will Outsell iPhone in China

    Premium-Inhalt. can't get no respect--well, from consumers, anyway. Microsoft's mobile operating system, despite receiving favorable write-ups from tech reviewers, has a miniscule percentage of the global phone market. Still, Microsoft is confident of Windows Phone's chances in what will soon be the : China.

  • Unmanned Robot Ties Knots and Shaves Hair, Won't Cut Off Your Head

    Premium-Inhalt. Remember the robot we covered a few months back that would while it washed your hair? While a 24-fingered hair stylist is impressive, it couldn't cut your hair for you. However, Intelligent Automation Inc. (IAI) discovered another great use for its unmanned ground robot--!

  • Cloud Computing Calls for Rebuilding Enterprise IT

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone's had the experience of discussing a concept with someone and suddenly seeing the look of understanding appear on their face as the meaning of the concept sinks in. I engage in a lot of conversations with IT managers about cloud computing, and have encountered many interesting reactions.

  • Cinderella for iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. iOS devices and their touch-based interfaces offer publishers a way to breathe new life into twice-told tales, and that's exactly what ebook publisher has done with . Gorgeous graphics and interactive elements give the familiar story a fresh new feel on the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.

  • Quantum unveils enterprise-class cloud backup services

    Premium-Inhalt. Quantum today announced an enterprise-class backup service that includes data deduplication aimed at protecting data in virtual server environments.

  • With printer sales slowing, HP favors PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. The writing may finally be on the wall for Hewlett-Packard's storied print division.

  • Serif CraftArtist Compact Makes Digital Scrapbooking Addictive

    Premium-Inhalt. To call CraftArtist a digital scrapbook tool is like calling Martha Stewart a scrapbooker: Both the queen of crafts and this free program are so much more. Yes, you can create digital art akin to scrapbook pages, but also cards, certificates, posters, even place setting cards--all with drag-and-drop simplicity.

  • 'NoOps' debate grows heated

    Premium-Inhalt. The dust-up over the term "NoOps" escalated this week, with high-profile IT executives from Netflix and Etsy issuing dueling blog posts about the evolution of IT organizations.

  • This Star Wars TIE Fighter Costs Less Than an iPad!

    Premium-Inhalt. You may never be able to join the Galactic Empire, but that shouldn't stop you from checking out this replica TIE Fighter from Star Wars. Currently , this DIY spacecraft is a one-third scale replica of an Imperial TIE Fighter from the original Star Wars trilogy.

  • Google Gets Patent for Using Background Noise to Target Ads

    Premium-Inhalt. Google, on Tuesday, was for "advertising based on environmental conditions." In other words, Google has patented the technique of using environmental factors gathered through a device's sensors to target ads at users.

  • DigitalVolcano's Duplicate Cleaner Pro Helps You Regain Space and Control

    Premium-Inhalt. No matter how big hard drives get, they always seem to fill up too quickly. This isn't due just to ever-increasing media file size; it also happens because the same files are often stored multiple times. When moving document folders around, downloading information, or making backups, it's easy to end up with many copies of the same file, sometimes with different names. Duplicate Cleaner Pro ($40, 15-day trial with limitations) is a utility that helps locate such files.

  • Venmo aims to make mobile payments social

    Premium-Inhalt. Venmo, a venture-funded East Coast startup, Tuesday publicly launched a person-to-person payment app that emphasizes sharing payments on social networks.

  • First look: MyTunes Pro HD

    Premium-Inhalt. On Wednesday, , maker of audio enhancement hardware and applications, released an updated version of its MyTunes music browser and player, and added an iPad-compatible version for the first time. (iPhone and iPod touch) and (iPad) are akin to Apple’s Music app, but include options for tweaking the sound of your music. (I’ve been testing the MyTunes Pro HD iPad app for several weeks, and my observations that follow relate to that version, although the features are almost entirely the same on the non-HD app—the non-HD version has a Driving feature for easier app navigation.)

  • FCC Frees Up Spectrum for Mobile Broadband

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Communications Commission took up issues relating to wireless spectrum at its monthly meeting today, voting to initiate a pair of rulemaking proceedings as it continues work to free up more sections of the airwaves for robust wireless broadband service.

  • Zynga Acquires OMGPOP, Maker of 'Draw Something'

    Premium-Inhalt. Zynga, such as FarmVille and , has sought-after game to its name--"Draw Something"--in its acquisition of startup OMGPOP Wednesday.

  • Going to the Source -- For Data

    Premium-Inhalt. For years Sean Anthony, vice president of treasury and planning at sales and marketing outsourcer Acosta, has acted as a report gateway for business leaders seeking budget data. While the company has cube-based applications to house data, extracting reports has been a bit more complex. But now, with encouragement from CFO Greg Delaney, Anthony is evaluating new budgeting and planning technology that would remove him as the middleman.

  • Are You a CFO Seeking Economic Analysis Tools?

    Premium-Inhalt. When you're looking at new territories or trying to make a prediction for the state of your future business, you need full-scale tools for economic analysis -- and now you can grab a suitable solution for .

  • FT Tries Tackling CFO-CIO Issues

    Premium-Inhalt. In is tackling the issue that CFOworld considers paramount for CFOs: working closely together with IT to get their companies on track for profitable global competition and growth.

  • What Tech Issues Internal Audit Watches -- and Where It Falls Short

    Premium-Inhalt. Internal auditors are scrutinizing social media applications and cloud-based computing as they examine the costs and benefits of technology at companies, a new report says. And they consider these the two top business priorities requiring auditing skills.

  • Censorship unit works with Microsoft to develop PhotoDNA

    Premium-Inhalt. New Zealand is among the first countries to have access to a technology developed by Microsoft that identifies and removes images posted on the internet that exploit or endanger children.

  • Free Alien Swarm Game Is So Much Fun, It's Almost Unreal (Tournament)

    Premium-Inhalt. The designers at Valve aren't particularly prolific when it comes to games, but what they lack in volume they more than make up for in passion and polish. While big titles like and soak up most of the fame, small projects like Alien Swarm are an even better showcase for the qualities that set this studio apart from the competition.

  • Code aims to end 'cloud' truth-bending

    Premium-Inhalt. Adherents to a cloud code of practice could be prohibited from advertising a service as a "cloud" offering if it does not conform to the dictates of the voluntary code now under consideration.

  • Mobility: Balancing access against management

    Premium-Inhalt. With a mobile penetration rate of over 200%, Hong Kong is an active and vibrant mobile market. For consumers, a five-minute ride on the MTR means a dose of gossip from Apple Daily, a quick comment on Facebook, thwacking some Angry Birds--or all of the above.

  • Number of CISOs rising in Asia

    Premium-Inhalt. There is a four to five fold increase in the number of chief information security officers (CISOs) in the Asia Pacific, according to Vincent Goh, vice president, Asia Pacific, RSA.

  • Asians very interested in Internet television

    Premium-Inhalt. Consumers in China and India are interested in Internet video and losing interest in traditional TV channels, according to a newly released study by global consulting firm Bain & Company.

  • Verizon defends cable spectrum deal at Senate hearing

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon wants to make one thing perfectly clear: Its deal to buy spectrum from several cable companies is different from the failed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile.

  • Yes, Microsoft wants Windows 8 to compete with iPads

    Premium-Inhalt. If there was any doubt that wants to grab some of the iPad market, there's none any more: Now Microsoft has a that shows developers how to translate iPad apps into Windows 8 ones with a Metro style look and feel.

  • iFixit dismantles the new iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. The screwdriver compulsives at iFixit.com have destroyed one new iPad to tell the world what's inside it. In terms of third-party repair-ability, iFixit gives the new iPad a score of only 2 on a 10-point scale.

  • FutureAdvisor launches comprehensive investment advice website

    Premium-Inhalt. The story "FutureAdvisor launches comprehensive investment advice website," which posted to the newswire Tuesday, inaccurately described how FutureAdvisor's service compares to those of its competitors. The fifth paragraph has been corrected and now reads as follows:

  • Mass Effect 3 Creators Will Address Unpopular Ending

    Premium-Inhalt. The ending to Mass Effect 3 has made for one of the most interesting video game controversies in recent memory, with fans revolting against developer Bioware because they didn't like the game's outcome.

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