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  • Die besten Client-Tools zur Systemüberwachung

    Freeware und Shareware

    Windows 7, Vista und XP bieten mit den Ereignisprotokollen und dem Taskmanager zwei Werkzeuge zur Systemüberwachung an. Wir stellen ergänzende Tools für den Einsatz auf Desktop-PCs vor. …mehr

  • MovingIMAGE24 bringt Video-Ads auf iPad und iPhone

    Ohne App

    Der "VideoManager 6" von MovingIMAGE24 bringt erstmals Pre-Rolls, Mid-Rolls und Post-Rolls direkt auf iPad und iPhone.  …mehr

  • 1&1 - De-Mail kostet 33 Cent

    Registrierung für Unternehmen gestartet

    Mit einem Paketangebot für Geschäftskunden steigt 1&1 ins Geschäft mit der De-Mail ein. Porto- und Prozesskosten sollen für Firmen sinken.  …mehr

  • Google und IW Köln küren "digitalste deutsche Städte"

    Erding erste "eTown"

    Google und das IW Köln zeichnen zum ersten Mal zehn deutsche Städte als "eTowns" aus.  …mehr

  • Rückschlag für Proview in Kalifornien

    Streit um iPad-Marke

    Im Streit um die iPad-Namensrechte für China ist die Firma Proview mit dem Versuch gescheitert, Apple mit einer zusätzlichen Klage in den USA weiter unter Druck zu setzen. …mehr

  • Telefónica startet iPhone-App für Gratis-Telefonate

    Tu Me

    o2-Mutter Telefónica bietet eine neue App an, mit der Nutzer von iPhone oder iPad ihre Standorte und Fotos teilen, sich Sprachnachrichten zusenden sowie auch miteinander chatten und telefonieren können.  …mehr

  • Digitaler Schlüsselanhänger bei Chinavasion

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Gadget-Plattform Chinavasion bietet aktuell einen digitalen Bilderrahmen mit einem 1,5 Zoll Display für den Schlüsselbund an.  …mehr

  • RIM stellt neues Einsteiger-Modell vor

    Blackberry Curve 9320

    Das Einsteiger-Modell Blackberry Curve 9320 unterstützt alle weltweit genutzten UMTS-Frequenzen und bietet eine lange Akkulaufzeit.  …mehr

  • Wie Unternehmen Social Media nutzen

    BITKOM-Studie

    Rund ein Drittel der Unternehmen in Deutschland ist auf Facebook aktiv. …mehr

  • Intershop-Umsatz wächst weiter

    Minus durch neue Plattform

    Das Jenaer Software-Unternehmen Intershop hat im ersten Quartal beim Umsatz zweistellig zugelegt. …mehr

  • Best in Cloud - die Kategorien

    True Cloud Stories

    Erzählen Sie uns Ihre True-Cloud-Story! Die COMPUTERWOCHE prämiert die besten Cloud-Projekte in diesen Kategorien: …mehr

  • Carlos Slim will KPN-Beteiligung aufstocken

    América-Móvil-Aktie fällt

    Nach dem Angebot des Mobilfunkgiganten América Móvil (AMX), seine Beteiligung an der E-Plus-Mutter KPN aufzustocken, sind die Aktien des mexikanischen Unternehmens um 8,03 Prozent eingebrochen. …mehr

  • DB Systel wechselt von Oracle auf DB2

    Bahn-Tochter

    Die Bahn-Tochter DB Systel migriert ihre Datenbanken von Oracle auf IBM DB2 - aus Kostengründen.  …mehr

  • Neues TecChannel-Compact "IT optimieren"

    Buch und eBook

    Das TecChannel-Compact 03/2012 hat die Themen Server, Virtualisierung und Cloud als Schwerpunkte. Die 160 Seiten starke Ausgabe ist versandkostenfrei erhältlich oder als Kauf-eBook verfügbar. Premium-Leser erhalten das Farb-PDF kostenlos. …mehr

  • Datendiebstahl mit USB-Speichern lässt sich verhindern

    Kleine Helfer

    USB-Speicher sind unter Anwendern ein gern genutztes Datenaustauschmedium. Administratoren schätzen sie aus Sicherheitsgründen hingegen weniger.  …mehr

  • Wer hat das beste Big-Data-Projekt?

    BigData12-Award

    Gesucht wird der "Master of Big Data". Die COMPUTERWOCHE zeichnet die besten Projekte im Rahmen der Big Data12-Konferenz am 26./27. September 2012 in Offenbach aus.  …mehr

  • Klagen gegen EU-Websites in Deutschland möglich

    BGH

    Deutsche Gerichte sind für Klagen gegen Veröffentlichungen auf Websites aus anderen EU-Staaten zuständig, wenn der Betroffene den Mittelpunkt seiner Interessen in Deutschland hat. …mehr

  • Springer legt zum Jahresauftakt stärker zu als erwartet

    Internetgeschäft

    Der Medienkonzern Axel Springer ("Bild", "Die Welt") profitiert zunehmend vom Ausbau des Internetgeschäfts. …mehr

  • Yahoo durchleuchtet Chef wegen falschen Titels

    Erster Kopf rollt

    Für Yahoo-Chef Scott Thompson wird es langsam eng. …mehr

  • Was Verkäufer und Marketiers verdienen

    Gehaltsstudie

    Wer im Verkauf und im Marketing großen Wert auf ein hohes Gehalt legt, geht in ein Großunternehmen, so eine aktuelle Vergütungsstudie des Personaldienstleisters Michael Page.  …mehr

  • Tablets erobern das Business

    Der Flachmann wird geschäftsfähig

    Nach den Smartphones scheinen sich nun auch Tablets zu unentbehrlichen Begleitern im Business zu entwickeln. Das gibt oft Sinn - aber nicht immer. …mehr

  • HP tries to beat ultrabook pricing with thin-and-light Sleekbooks

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard announced new Envy Ultrabooks on Wednesday, but also a new aggressively priced thin-and-light brand of laptops called Envy Sleekbooks, which boast starting prices that are US$150 lower than ultrabooks.

  • Twitter resists subpoena to release user's data without warrant

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter is contesting a court order requiring it to turn over private data on a user charged with disorderly conduct during the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York last year.

  • FCC Chair Touts 'All of the Above' Spectrum Plan

    Premium-Inhalt. The head of the on Tuesday outlined an "all-of-the-above" strategy for promoting mobile broadband, touting an array of initiatives underway at the agency to free up more spectrum and use it more efficiently, and to broaden access to high-speed wireless service.

  • 9 Smart Gadgets We Can't Do Without

    Premium-Inhalt. Consider the vacuum cleaner. It gets the job done, sure, but only if you haul it out of the closet, plug it in, and push it around like some kind of farm animal. Modern conveniences may very well help us get through the indignities of daily life, but it wasn't until the digital age arrived that things really became interesting. The smartening up of our gadgetry has given everyday essentials--of both the low- and high-tech variety--new life. Here are nine devices that may have been okay when they were "dumb," but are vastly more useful now that they're "smart."

  • Protect Yourself From DNSChanger

    Premium-Inhalt. In July the Internet Systems Consortium will permanently shut down DNS servers deployed to serve as temporary surrogates for rogue DNS servers shut down as part of , an FBI operation that brought down an Estonian hacker ring last year. If your PC is one of the more than 1 million computers infected that carry DNSChanger you might unknowingly be relying on one of the FBI's temporary servers to access the Internet, and if you don't eliminate DNSChanger from your PC before the FBI pulls the plug on its servers, you'll be left without Internet access. Read on to learn how to discover whether you're infected with DNSChanger, and what you can do to eliminate it from your system.

  • How to Deal With Tech Distractions

    Premium-Inhalt. Having trouble focusing on your work? You're not alone: The advent of smartphones, tablets, and Twitter has made staying connected to the flow of information seem seductively simple. All you have to do is leave your email inbox open in one tab, have Facebook or Twitter open in another, and set your phone to beep whenever you have an appointment to ensure that you stay productive without missing a single meeting or status update.

  • Huawei's MediaPad 10 Tablet Shown at CTIA 2012

    Premium-Inhalt. Huawei brought its to CTIA 2012. The tablet was first introduced at Mobile World Congress in February, as was the Ascend line of smartphones.

  • Microsoft Fixes Critical Flaws with Patch Tuesday Updates

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft released a total of for May's Patch Tuesday. Four are rated as Important, and the other three are Critical, but two in particular are getting the most attention: and .

  • Foxconn setting up China headquarters in Shanghai

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple supplier Foxconn plans to set up headquarters in China, as part of the company's growing expansion in manufacturing and commercial operations.

  • Samsung Galaxy S III: Hands-On With a Smartphone Sensation

    Premium-Inhalt. The global Samsung Galaxy S III just launched last week in London, but we got to use it Tuesday at the CTIA 2012 mobile show.

  • Remains of the Day: Fortunate ones

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's fortune is rising, AT&T's inflating a new pool, and if you work at an Apple Store, John Browett would like to shake your hand. The remainders for Tuesday, May 8, 2012 were born silver spoon in hand.

  • Symantec leapfrogs McAfee in mobile security

    Premium-Inhalt. With mobile security on the radar of corporations, the race is on between Symantec and Intel-owned McAfee to solve the big headache troubling IT: bring-your-own device (BYOD). For now, Symantec has the edge with its latest announcement from its annual Vision conference.

  • Nokia Lumia Gets Exclusive Apps; Is Windows Phone Fragmentation Next?

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia continues to push its Lumia line of Windows Phone smartphones hard, announcing several deals with app developers on Tuesday, including some that would be exclusive to the Lumia platform initially.

  • New Best Friend? DIY R2-D2 Helps You Make Coffee

    Premium-Inhalt. Rolling out of bed and grabbing a morning coffee is a pretty important routine in many households. Naturally, it only makes sense to tinker with the machine which provides you with you caffeine fix. But why hack it when you could just create , like R2-D2?

  • PC Tips: Use Sleep Mode to Save Money, Skip 'Safely Remove'

    Premium-Inhalt. Every now and then I come across great PC tips and share them with you. A few months back I told you how to put (and why you'd want to), and how to bypass Windows Updates. Today I've found some interesting research on using Sleep Mode (vs. leaving a PC running), plus a great tip on how to quickly remove USB devices without hassling with the "Safely Remove Hardware" routine.

  • Crazy Powerful Go-Kart Lets You Re-Live Your Mario Kart Glory Days

    Premium-Inhalt. It's tiny, it can do 20 miles per hour, and it'll make you look and feel like Bowser in Mario Kart. What is it? It's ! Charles built this ultimate go-kart in about three weeks (!) from scratch using his own design

  • Sprint Guardian Service Apps Keep Your Phone and Family Safe

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint Tuesday announced a new bundled app service for its family-plan customers using Android phones. Using both Lookout Mobile Security and Safely apps, the service is designed to help you easily set up location-tracking apps as well as security apps for multiple Android phones on a single family plan.

  • Multi-User Support for iPad On the Way?

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPad has many attributes, but one of its more annoying shortcomings is its single-user design. Email, contacts, apps, and other tools are implemented for one person, when in reality several people may use an iPad.

  • HP announces 'world's first' portable multifunction printer

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday announced the OfficeJet 150 Mobile All-in-One portable printer, which the company called the world's first mobile multifunction device that can "print, copy and scan on the go."

  • AT&T sees an end to Wi-Fi-only tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Tablet makers are moving toward selling only models equipped with cellular radios and away from having separate Wi-Fi-only units, as the added cost of 3G hardware falls below US$30, an AT&T executive said Tuesday.

  • Google releases 'experimental' full-text search API for App Engine

    Premium-Inhalt. Google is testing a long-awaited full-text search API (application programming interface) for the Google App Engine, the company on Tuesday.

  • Twitter says many leaked passwords inaccurate, duplicates

    Premium-Inhalt. Many of the Twitter logins and passwords leaked on the web this week are either inaccurate or belong to accounts already suspended for spamming, the company said late Tuesday.

  • Cisco hits record quarterly revenue

    Premium-Inhalt. Crediting a strategy that exploits users' move to cloud computing, Cisco Systems on Thursday reported record net sales of US$11.6 billion for the quarter ending April 28, up 6.6 percent from the year-earlier period.

  • Cisco hits record quarterly revenue

    Premium-Inhalt. Crediting a strategy that exploits users' move to cloud computing, Cisco Systems on Thursday reported record net sales of US$11.6 billion for the quarter ending April 28, up 6.6 percent from the year-earlier period.

  • Infosys' legal problems prompt analysts' concerns

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON - The company that is a on its use of visas, Infosys, says it is assuring customers that the government investigation, despite its unknown outcome, will not impact its business.

  • Microsoft outlines remote desktop improvements in Windows Server

    Premium-Inhalt. The new version of Windows Server will feature improvements in its hosting capabilities that end users can tap into remotely from a variety of client devices.

  • Cisco hits record quarterly revenue

    Premium-Inhalt. Crediting a strategy that exploits users' move to cloud computing, Cisco Systems on Thursday reported record net sales of US$11.6 billion for the quarter ending April 28, up 6.6 percent from the year-earlier period.

  • U.S.-Israel project with Motorola leads to security-hardened industrial control system

    Premium-Inhalt. SAVANNAH, Ga. -- The associated with industrial control systems (ICS) is at the ICS Joint Working Group 2012 Spring Conference, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). DHS is concerned cyberattacks could disrupt America's energy, water and manufacturing facilities.

  • Interop panelists debate future of physical WAN optimizers

    Premium-Inhalt. The need for a dedicated physical appliance to handle WAN optimization tasks, in many cases, is a thing of the past, according to experts who participated in a panel discussion Tuesday at Interop in Las Vegas.

  • Apple releases OS X 10.7.4, Safari 5.1.7

    Premium-Inhalt. Get your clicking finger ready, because Apple’s dropped a few updates for your Mac. On Wednesday, the company released , , and Security Update 2012-002.

  • Angry Birds Reaches 1 Billion Downloads

    Premium-Inhalt. Rovio announced today that its games have been downloaded more than one billion times, an astounding accomplishment for a simple slingshot game with a goofy birds-vs-pigs backstory.

  • Study: Facebook relies on good design to retain users

    Premium-Inhalt. What is Facebook's secret to keeping the world's largest user base content? Sticking to well-proven software design principles, one study has concluded.

  • Samsung agrees to buy cloud entertainment service mSpot

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics on Wednesday said it has agreed to buy mobile cloud service provider mSpot, which will help it expand cloud and entertainment offerings on its smartphones and tablets.

  • Salesforce.com's Heroku rolls out new cloud database options

    Premium-Inhalt. Salesforce.com's Heroku division this week rolled out two entry-level tiers for its Postgres-based cloud database service, hoping to cater to applications with lower data-volume requirements as well as helping startup developers make an easier jump into production.

  • Lenovo to Add New Windows 8 Tablet-Laptop Hybrids to its ThinkPad Line

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo plans to add business-friendly Windows 8 hybrid laptops to its ThinkPad line that will be similar to the convertible, flippable .

  • Hoodie Gate: Facebook CEO's attire a sign of 'immaturity'?

    Premium-Inhalt. Of all the things discussed and analyzed surrounding initial public offering, perhaps the most surprising -- or just plain funniest -- is co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's hoodie.

  • Facebook expansion plan clears first hurdle

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's plans to expand its headquarters in Menlo Park, California, got an initial OK from the city Planning Commission this week and offered a sneak peak at the company's plans to expand after its much anticipated IPO.

  • CloudOn Adds Android, Google Drive Support for Its Virtual Office Service

    Premium-Inhalt. , my favorite of three web services I recently reviewed that let you run , now supports Android tablets as well.

  • Make Your Workout Social (And Maybe a Little Too Public) With Dailymile

    Premium-Inhalt. If you took a little bit of Twitter and added in a big scoop of enthusiasm for running, you'd end up with something a whole lot like dailymile. This is a workout planning and tracking service that's heavy on social networking features.

  • Twitter Breached, 50K Accounts Posted to Internet

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter said Wednesday that it is continuing to investigate an apparent data breach that resulted in more than 50,000 user names and passwords being posted to the Internet.

  • Open source Java moving to Linux, AIX on PowerPC

    Premium-Inhalt. Open source will be brought to the PowerPC architecture for Linux and IBM's AIX OS under a proposal floated this week that could eventually benefit the different Linux distributors.

  • Is Apple's OS X Mountain Lion on early-release track?

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple may release OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion earlier than expected, according to a report by a popular blog and clues found within the release dates of the three developer previews of the new operating system.

  • Logitech Introduces Indoor Security Camera with Night Vision

    Premium-Inhalt. Logitech is expanding its lineup of Alert high-definition security cameras with an indoor model equipped with night-vision capabilities. The company already offers an outdoor model equipped with this feature.

  • HP unveils multifunction mobile printer

    Premium-Inhalt. HP has launched what it claims is the world's first mobile all-in-one printer, allowing business users to print, copy and scan documents while on the go.

  • Stop Spyware in Its Tracks With Open-Source HijackThis

    Premium-Inhalt. Reviewing HijackThis is like talking to an old friend for the first time after a lengthy communications hiatus. I lost track of the program's development shortly after . Not that I or my repair colleagues ever stopped using it--it's too darn handy when it comes to spotting malware and removing detritus from your system. Now, Trend Micro has placed the program in open source, so perhaps development will continue beyond the version 2.0.4 that it's been stuck at for a while.

  • Can Apache OpenOffice Still Compete with LibreOffice?

    Premium-Inhalt. It used to be that OpenOffice.org was the leading open source alternative to proprietary productivity suites like , and it was included in pretty much all the major Linux distributions.

  • Latin America doesn't get cloud like the UK and US, says SAP president

    Premium-Inhalt. SAP's president of Latin America (LATAM), Rodolpho Cardenuto, has said that the LATAM markets are not adopting cloud like the UK and the US, but are instead looking to deploy on-premise applications using SAP's Rapid Deployment Solution (RDS).

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