Weil sich Wissen zunehmend zu einem entscheidenden Wettbewerbsfaktor entwickelt, brauchen Unternehmen heute mehr denn je ein funktionierendes Knowledge-Management. Dabei geht es für die Firmen darum, das intern vorhandene Knowhow zu identifizieren und möglichst effizient zu nutzen sowie darüber hinaus auch externe Informationsquellen zu erschließen. …mehr
Premium-Inhalt. Sprint will begin selling Samsung's Galaxy Nexus on Sunday for $199.99 with a two-year contract, making it $100 cheaper than the Verizon Wireless version.
Premium-Inhalt. Intel's streak of solid-state drive announcements continued on Monday, when the company announced a new line of SSD 330 drives for mainstream computers but with maximum storage capacity of only 180GB.
Premium-Inhalt. The PC World (US) story "How Not to Spam Twitter: 5 Tips," posted on Friday, incorrectly stated that Twitter sued Adscend Networks.
Premium-Inhalt. When The Guardian recently interviewed Google co-founder Sergey Brin as a teaser for its weeklong series of articles about the "," the publication got a good headline out of it: "Google's Brin: threats to web freedom 'greater then ever.'"
Premium-Inhalt. As the Web becomes increasingly social, more and more to address problems that customers have with their products or services. After all, the last thing a company wants is for a Twitterer's minor problem to go viral across the Internet, just because the company didn't deal with the issue effectively when it had the chance.
Premium-Inhalt. The University of East Anglia (UEA) is aiming to improve its high performance computing (HPC) architecture with new management software after more than doubling capacity.
Premium-Inhalt. Author and communications coach Carmine Gallo has revealed the secrets behind Apple's successful high-street stores in a presentation published by .
Premium-Inhalt. A 17-year-old arrested after a series of prank phones calls and denial-of-service attacks directed toward an anti-terrorist alert hotline was charged on Saturday, according to the U.K.'s Metropolitan Police Service.
Premium-Inhalt. Africa's largest telecom operator, MTN, is facing mounting allegations of corruption in a deal involving Iran that could potentially damage the company's reputation and affect its expansion drive.
Premium-Inhalt. At the request of Network World the story headlined "'High performance' emerges in cloud offerings" and posted Monday has been removed from the wire. The story was embargoed and should go live Tuesday. Online editors are asked to immediately remove the story from websites. Questions regarding the story should be directed to Ryan Francis at Network World.
Premium-Inhalt. Facebook members who have customized their profile webpage with a unique name will have to use that same name as the handle of their Facebook.com email address, the company has .
Premium-Inhalt. Two mobile messaging software businesses -- Openwave's Mediation and Messaging units and Synchronica -- were sold on Monday in a sign of consolidation for that industry.
Premium-Inhalt. This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach.
Premium-Inhalt. New software lets IT groups deconstruct mobile apps running live on iOS and devices and uncover bottlenecks, glitches, and a whole lot of other pain points for enterprise mobile users.
Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. government still publishes data in too many formats and requires contractors or grant recipients to send it information in multiple formats, according to a new coalition of tech vendors.
Premium-Inhalt. Everyone is talking about Big Data analytics and associated business intelligence marvels these days, but before organizations will be able to leverage the data, they'll have to figure out how to store it. Managing larger data stores--at the petabyte scale and larger--is fundamentally different from managing traditional large-scale data sets. Just ask Shutterfly.
Premium-Inhalt. The first wave of Raspberry Pi computers -- credit card-size devices that are designed to serve as teaching aids -- shipped this weekend after a series of delays. However, manufacturer RF Technologies is already out of stock again.
Premium-Inhalt. It's a small class of PC enthusiasts who will spend $500 on a graphics card. It takes pretty demanding tasts -- perhaps a large high-res monitor or two or a taste for extreme image quality -- to make use of that sort of performance. Most modern games run well enough on a graphics card costing half that price. If you're one of those people for whom "well enough" isn't enough, then the GeForce GTX 680 is for you. Among expensive graphics cards, it takes the crown for delivering the best performance, excellent features, and very impressive energy efficiency.
Premium-Inhalt. A couple weeks ago I offered tips on . Today let's talk about running the business you already have. How can you keep costs low but efficiency high?
Premium-Inhalt. Reports of an imminent Google Drive launch keep piling up, with The Next Web claiming that the online storage service will finally arrive next week.
Premium-Inhalt. Several groups Monday launched a week of protests against a controversial proposed cybersecurity bill they claim would eviscerate online privacy rights.
Premium-Inhalt. No doubt you have heard someone be complimented with the effusive expression, "You are positively radiant!" I love the sentiment, but I've never quite seen it in real life. Who has skin that actually glows? Perhaps I'm being too literal. Nonetheless, regardless what you think of this in real life, you can create a radiant glow in your digital portraits through some clever photo editing trickery. Using a technique similar to the --which works very nicely in still life and landscape photographs--you can add a warm and romantic glow to your portraits. Here's how.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft on Monday is unveiling a cloud capability, Windows Azure Media Services, for delivering video to clients, including devices.
Premium-Inhalt. Quantum Corp. today announced its first tape storage appliance that uses the Linear Tape File System (LTFS), allowing data to be stored and accessed on tape cartridges in a highly accessible format.