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  • Mobiler Marktplatz für ehrenamtliche Hilfe geplant

    App ab November

    Der Spendenvermittler betterplace.org und der Telekom-Konzern Vodafone wollen gemeinsam einen Marktplatz für ehrenamtliches Engagement entwickeln.  …mehr

  • KudoCase für iPads - Schutzhülle und Solar Power für das Gadget von Apple

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit der Verbreitung des Tablet-PCs von Apple erfreuen sich auch Schutzhüllen großer Beliebtheit. Wenn Sie gleichzeitig Strom liefern wie das KudoCase, sollte man einen Blick darauf werfen.  …mehr

  • SAP-Mitarbeiter müssen Reisekosten sparen

    FTD

    Europas größter Softwarehersteller SAP will laut einem Pressebericht an den Reisekosten sparen. Seit dem 1. April seien die Mitarbeiter angehalten, die Ausgaben zu senken, schreibt die "Financial Times Deutschland" unter Berufung auf mehrere Beteiligte aus dem Unternehmen. …mehr

  • Google löscht Inhalte wegen Copyright-Verstößen

    5,4 Millionen Fälle

    Google hat im vergangenen Jahr wegen möglicher Urheberrechtsverletzungen in 5,4 Millionen Fällen Inhalte, Webseiten und Web-Adressen aus seinen verschiedenen Angeboten (ohne YouTube) gelöscht.  …mehr

  • Elektroingenieure sind die Gewinner

    Arbeitsmarkt

    Warum hatte die Wirtschaftskrise keine großen Einwirkungen auf die Arbeit der Elektroingenieure? Eine Studie vom VDE hat die Antwort.  …mehr

  • Diese HTC-Smartphones erhalten ein Update auf Android 4.0

    Liste mit Update-Terminen

    HTC hat eine Liste mit Update-Terminen für weitere Smartphone-Modelle wie das Desire S, das Rhyme und das Velocity 4G veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • Wie HTML5 die Unternehmen aufmischen kann

    FAQ

    Die neue Web-Auszeichnungssprache ist in Teilen sicherlich als "Revolution" zu bezeichnen. Warum und wie Unternehmen von ihr profitieren, beantwortet unsere kleine FAQ. …mehr

  • Quad-Core-Tablet von Google für 200 Dollar im Juli

    Nexus-Tablet

    Die Gerüchte über ein Google-Tablet reißen nicht ab. Wie das IT-Magazin Techno Buffalo mit Berufung auf "vertrauenswürdige Quellen" berichtet, wird das Gerät doch von Asus hergestellt und nicht wie zwischenzeitlich vermutet von Samsung.  …mehr

  • Fujitsu Eternus DX mit Automated Storage Tiering

    Für SMB- und High-End-Umgebungen

    Thin Provisioning und Automated Storage Tiering sind ab sofort fester Bestandteil der Management-Software in allen Eternus-DX-Produkten.  …mehr

  • "Wir können nicht auf den perfekten Bewerber warten"

    Carsten Bernhard, Autoscout24

    Der "CIO des Jahres 2011" im Mittelstand, Carsten Bernhard von Autoscout24, erklärt, wie eine Schiffsglocke den Teamgeist fördert und warum agile Entwicklung nicht für jeden das Richtige ist.  …mehr

  • IT-Management mit Open-Source-Tools

    Preiswerte IT-Dokumentation

    Auch am IT-Service-Management (ITSM) geht die Open-Source-Welle nicht vorbei. Das hilft vor allem mittelständischen Firmen, die bisher den Einstieg in IT-Dokumentation und ITSM mangels Zeit und Geld scheuten.  …mehr

  • Lassen Sie sich von Inkassodiensten nicht einschüchtern

    Druck mit angeblichem Vertragsabschluss

    Verbraucher aufgepasst: Im Geschäft mit der Eintreibung von Forderungen tummeln sich zunehmend mehr schwarze Schafe.  …mehr

  • So erzeugen Sie Motivation in Meetings

    Besprechungen dynamisch moderieren

    Wie die im Unternehmen vorhandenen Kommunikationsressourcen optimal genutzt werden können, sagt Thomas Müllenholz.  …mehr

  • Google Asked to Yank a Million Search Results a Month

    Premium-Inhalt. Google received requests to purge more than a million links from its search results in March, according to the search giant's monthly "transparency report."

  • IaaS: Renting on-demand technology

    Premium-Inhalt. Putting your faith in the cloud  can be a risky endeavor. A survey from earlier this year showed that of 600 large companies, only 27% were using public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service.

  • Cisco takes its lumps, keeps developing video meeting tools

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco Systems owned up to some miscalculations in its video collaboration strategy but showed off some promising future capabilities in a briefing with media this week.

  • Leaked Dell Windows 8 Tablet Specs Seem Weak

    Premium-Inhalt. Some details are beginning to emerge of what we can expect from the first generation of . If the leaked specs of the are any indication, though, the devices may be severely underwhelming.

  • Microsoft server and tool upgrades demand CIOs' attention

    Premium-Inhalt. CIOs and IT directors tracking the barrage of major upgrades for Windows and Office also need to stay tuned to the refresh cycle for Microsoft's servers and tools, including Windows Server 2012, SQL Server 2012, System Center 2012 and Visual Studio 11.

  • Microsoft's upgrade avalanche a challenge for IT pros

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is in the midst of an unprecedented, massive upgrade cycle for its enterprise software products, a refresh wave that represents a major challenge for CIOs and IT managers responsible for charting their companies' technology strategy.

  • NASA denies Iranian cyberattack

    Premium-Inhalt. NASA denied Friday that its website had been hacked and information stolen by a band of Iranian students that called themselves the "Cyber Warriors Team."

  • Wall Street Beat: After Facebook fiasco, don't write off tech IPOs

    Premium-Inhalt. The Facebook IPO may have been a fiasco, but don't put the nail in the coffin just yet for other tech offerings this year.

  • Microsoft Plagued by Software Piracy

    Premium-Inhalt. 500,000. That's the Microsoft has submitted to Google just over the past month related to copyright infringement and software piracy.

  • Microsoft Envisions 80-Inch Windows 8 Tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. If you thought Samsung's 11.6-inch was on the large side, it's nothing compared to the touch screen Steve Ballmer has in his office.

  • Today Is Geek Pride Day! Four Reasons to Feel Cheerful About Tech

    Premium-Inhalt. may have just barely come and gone, but today, May 25, is perhaps an even bigger event for those of us in the tech world: .

  • Sun Hardware 'Blows,' According to Oracle Internal Documents

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the reasons I'm not a huge fan of litigation is because of something we call discovery. Both sides get the opportunity to drill into each other's private correspondence and look for things neither remembers writing. Given that in litigation reality tends to get blown away by motives and creativity, this can be pretty dangerous.

  • Use FoxIt Reader to Fill Out PDF Forms

    Premium-Inhalt. The other day I received a lengthy contract via e-mail. The document, delivered in business-ubiquitous PDF, was essentially one long form that needed to be filled out. (Or is that filled in? Oh, English language, you so crazy!)

  • ScanBooth Turns Your Phone Into a Scanner

    Premium-Inhalt. I almost never need to scan documents, but when I need to I always freak out and just end up taking a picture of the paper with my phone, since I don't actually have a scanner. I can usually pull off a single piece of paper, but it takes me a couple tries to get it square on at the right height.

  • FCC ruling on 800MHz band a boon for Sprint

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission approved a rule change for part of the 800MHz band at a meeting on Thursday, opening the door for Sprint Nextel to use the band for its 4G LTE network.

  • Google report sheds light on copyright takedown requests

    Premium-Inhalt. Google this week received a somewhat rare accolade from a privacy rights group for publishing a detailed report on all the copyright related content removal requests it has received over the past year.

  • Free Game Friday: Two New Platformers and an Awesome God Game

    Premium-Inhalt. Another Friday means another collection of free games, and this week we've got two original twists on platformers and one of the best-looking games you've ever played in your browser.

  • Free Game Friday: Two New Platformers and an Awesome God Game

    Premium-Inhalt. Another Friday means another collection of free games, and this week we've got two original twists on platformers and one of the best-looking games you've ever played in your browser.

  • Media Player AK-Player Sounds Fine, Looks Really Interesting

    Premium-Inhalt. The AK-Player 7 software media player is an interesting experience. When launching, it seems to fly into to view from a distance. Possibly from another solar system, given its default skin--UFO doesn't even begin to cover that. It's an impressive display. AK-Player 7 plays video and audio, as well as images, but aside from its animated interface, doesn't stand out from the crowd.

  • Locating and dispensing with old applications

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Chas Hamilton has come down with a case of spring-cleaning fever. He writes:

  • R.I.P. Cisco Cius--Another Tablet Bites the Dust

    Premium-Inhalt. Cisco is pulling the plug on its . Despite the fact that the Cius never really went head to head with more consumer-centric tablets, the Cisco device is nevertheless the latest victim of the iPad's dominance.

  • Oracle NetBeans 7.2 supports the latest PHP, C++

    Premium-Inhalt. The newest version of the Oracle NetBeans IDE (integrated developer environment) will come with support for the latest versions of PHP and C++.

  • Remote Card Flipper Aids in Online Poker Playing

    Premium-Inhalt. There are tons of card games on the Internet, but they all lack something tangible, like real playing cards. If you wanted to play a game of poker with your friend but don't want the virtual deck to kill the mood, one ingenious soul decided to dubbed Vanna, which reminds me a little of a scrabble tile holder.

  • Apple introduces Editors' Choice to App Stores

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has introduced new Editors' Choice and Free App of the Week promotions in its iOS and Mac App Stores, aiming to subtly improve app discovery among the thousands of apps available.

  • Lloyds head of security for online banking charged with £2.5m fraud

    Premium-Inhalt. A former head of fraud and security for digital banking at Lloyds Bank has been charged over an alleged £2.5 million fraud.

  • New Apple patents show 'iPen' stylus for iPad, iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple has filed new patent applications for a stylus, dubbed the iPen, which will work with the company's iOS devices.

  • Stagecoach announces trial of contactless payments

    Premium-Inhalt. contactless payments trial using near field communication (NFC) technology that could lead to a nationwide roll-out across bus and rail services in 2013.

  • Coming Attractions: Windows 8

    Premium-Inhalt. Let's get a couple of things straight right off the bat. First, it's absurd to take the opinion of an obvious Apple partisan like me about Windows 8. I've been using the Mac for more than 20 years, so it's going to take a -level time-travelling reboot to get me really excited about the next version of Microsoft's operating system. Second, I can't really review Windows 8. No one can. Even with a preview release set to arrive early next month, Windows 8 isn't due in its final form for months. Who knows? Maybe, like a movie, Microsoft will spice it up with a car chase or a happy ending.

  • Apple's Europe head Pascal Cagni quits

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's vice president of Europe, Middle East, India and Africa, Pascal Cagni, has resigned. The French chief has worked at Apple for 12 years, having been hired by Apple's late CEO Steve Jobs back in April 2000.

  • Tim Cook declines $75 million in Apple staff dividend payout

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple employees who hold restricted stock (RSU) are being awarded dividend equivalent payments, except for Apple CEO Tim Cook, who has declined to take the dividend equivalents that would have given him $75 million in dividend payments.

  • Absinthe 2.0 Jailbreak Is What's Wrong with iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. A tireless collaborative effort by the iOS Jailbreak Dream Team (a group comprised of members from the Chronic-Dev Team and the iPhone Dev Team) has yielded Absinthe 2.0--a jailbreak utility for iOS 5.1.1. While some appreciate being able to break out of Apple's "walled garden", the fact that iOS devices can be rooted poses a significant security risk.

  • Fired: 7 Large Lay-Offs by Tech Companies

    Premium-Inhalt. The Computerworld India story, "Fired 7 Large Lay-offs by Tech Companies," which was posted to the newswire Friday, repeated the paragraphs about Hewlett-Packard layoffs in the section about Sony layoffs. The story has been corrected on the wire and the section about Sony now reads:

  • Fired: 7 Large Lay-Offs by Tech Companies

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard’s announcement that it would be in a massive restructuring plan, marks a new low for the beleaguered company that recently posted a significant 31 percent drop in profits. However, HP is not the first tech company (and perhaps won’t be the last either) that took a hack-and-slash approach to its workforce when facing economic uncertainty.

  • Multiple problems thwart Nigeria SIM card registration

    Premium-Inhalt. Nigerian lawmakers are looking into problems surrounding the implementation of a US$39 million SIM card registration project that was marred by scams.

  • Untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1 available for download

    Premium-Inhalt. Absinthe 2.0, the jailbreak for iOS 5.1.1, is ready and available for download, the Jailbreak Dream Team announced at the Hack in the Box conference in Amsterdam on Friday.

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