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  • Sicher zum Job? So nicht!

    Richtig bewerben

    Noch immer sind viele Bewerbungen so schlecht geschrieben und gestaltet, dass sie die Verfasser um jede Chance bringen. Profis erklären, worauf zu achten ist.  …mehr

  • Höchstes britisches Gericht entscheidet über Assange

    Wikileaks-Gründer

    Das höchste britische Gericht wird morgen über die Zukunft von Wikileaks-Gründer Julian Assange urteilen. …mehr

  • Piraten kritisieren Erhöhung für Urheber-Pauschalabgaben

    "Willkürlich und überzogen"

    Die Piratenpartei hat die von den Verwertungsgesellschaften geforderte Erhöhung von Pauschalen für Urheberabgaben als willkürlich und überzogen kritisiert. …mehr

  • Google Apps nach ISO 27001 zertifiziert

    Sicherheit

    Google hat seine Cloud-Programmsammlung "Google Apps for Business" jetzt auch nach ISO 27001 zertifizieren lassen.  …mehr

  • EMEA setzt auf BYOD - trotz Sicherheitsbedenken

    Bring your own Device

    Allen Problemen und Bedenken zum Trotz erlauben immer mehr Unternehmen im Raum Europa, Mittlerer Osten und Afrika, dass ihre Mitarbeiter private Endgeräte beruflich nutzen. Mittlerweile sind es bereits 69 Prozent, so eine Umfrage von Aruba Networks. …mehr

  • Bei RIM drohen weitere Entlassungen

    Blackberry-Anbieter

    Beim Blackberry-Anbieter Research in Motion (RIM) stehen offenbar erneut tausende Arbeitsplätze zur Disposition.  …mehr

  • Nokia Lumia 900 geht in den Verkauf

    Ohne LTE, mit Dual-Carrier HSPA+

    Auf das Lumia 900 setzt der Hersteller Nokia große Hoffnungen, denn in den USA verkauft sich das Windows Phone gut. Jetzt kommt das Gerät in einer etwas abgewandelten Version auch nach Deutschland. …mehr

  • Kickstarter Projekt gTar - Ein iPhone-Dock für Jimi Hendrix Imitatoren

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Entwickler von gTar machen auch aus dem untalentiertesten Gitarrenspieler einen Virtuosen - mit Hilfe des Apple Smartphones und einer App.  …mehr

  • Telekom schaltet Fußballformat "Liga Total" im Sommer 2013 ab

    "FTD"

    Die Deutsche Telekom wird ihre Fußballsendung "Liga Total" einem Pressebericht zufolge im nächsten Jahr einstellen. …mehr

  • Toshiba bringt Quad-Core-Tablet nach Europa

    Toshiba AT300

    Toshiba hat den Verkaufsstart seines Quad-Core-Tablets AT300 in Europa angekündigt. Das Gerät ist der Nachfolger des ultradünnen Dual-Core-Tablets Toshiba AT200, den das Unternehmen im vergangenen Jahr auf der IFA vorstellte.  …mehr

  • Bösartiger neuer Computervirus grassiert in Nahost

    "Flame"

    Im Nahen Osten ist ein überaus trickreich programmierter Computervirus entdeckt worden, der offenbar vor allem Rechner im Iran attackiert.  …mehr

  • Neue Versionen von Mageia, Mint und ownCloud

    Die Linux-Woche

    In dieser Woche haben die Entwickler von Mageia und Linux Mint neue Versionen zur Verfügung gestellt. Die persönliche Datenwolke ownCloud ist in Version 4 erschienen.  …mehr

  • Foto mit Geldpacken auf Facebook löst Überfall aus

    Australien

    Mit seinem Facebook-Foto inmitten von Geldscheinen hat ein Mädchen in Australien einen Raubüberfall ausgelöst. …mehr

  • Renesas erwägt drastischen Stellenabbau

    Presse

    Der japanische Halbleiter-Konzern Renesas Electronics erwägt Medienberichten zufolge den Abbau von 14.000 Arbeitsplätzen. …mehr

  • EU verdächtigt Huawei und ZTE des illegalen Preisdumpings

    Financial Times

    Die Telekom-Ausrüster Huawei und ZTE sollen mit Hilfe massiver Subventionen der chinesischen Regierung Preisdumping betreiben. Nun drohen möglicherweise Strafzölle. …mehr

  • "FAS"-Artikel zum Grass-Gedicht verwirrt etliche

    Sturm im Netz

    Ein Artikel in der "Frankfurter Allgemeinen Sonntagszeitung" über ein angeblich gefaktes Günter-Grass-Gedicht in der "Süddeutschen Zeitung" hat für Wirbel im Netz gesorgt. …mehr

  • Lob und Lästerei über den Song Contest im Netz

    Baku

    Der Eurovision Song Contest beherrschte am Samstagabend auch das Netz. …mehr

  • Microsoft und Oracle vorn im großen IT-Ranking

    Booz & Company Marktbewertung

    Booz & Company hat das Standing der 50 weltweit größten ITK-Unternehmen im Markt bewertet. Dabei schneiden die Soft- und Hardwarehersteller gut ab. Service- und Telekommunikationsanbieter hinken hinterher.  …mehr

  • Neue Trends im CRM-Markt

    xRM, Social CRM, Mobile CRM

    Im CRM-Markt zeichnen sich wichtige Entwicklungen ab, die neue Anwendungen sowie mehr strategischen Nutzen versprechen. Welche, lesen Sie hier.  …mehr

  • Pflichtverletzungen eines GmbH-Chefs

    Wofür der Chef geradestehen muss

    Dr. Norbert Gieseler stellt die Haftungsrisiken des GmbH-Geschäftsführers bei einer Krise seiner GmbH vor.  …mehr

  • Wie man die IT-Kosten transparent macht

    IT-Service-Management

    Prozesse lassen sich nicht mit einer Software implementieren. Das erfuhr auch der Logistikspezialist Simon Hegele, als er eine neue Struktur für das Management der IT-Service-Provider einschließlich der internen Leistungsverrechnung einführte.  …mehr

  • RIM warns of Q1 loss, hires bankers to evaluate changes

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion has warned that it expects an operating loss for the current quarter and has hired two investment banks to help it study alternative company strategies that might include licensing its OS.

  • Remains of the Day: The future soon

    Premium-Inhalt. An iPad prototype sold for five figures, the next Pixar movie lavishes ghostly love upon late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, and leaked photos suggest that the next iPhone will grow in some ways and shrink in others. The remainders for Tuesday, May 29, 2012, won't stop thinking about tomorrow.

  • Fedora Linux 17 'Beefy Miracle' Makes Its Official Debut

    Premium-Inhalt. It was just a few short weeks ago that I wrote about the of Fedora Linux 17, but on Tuesday the free and open source operating system--also known as ""--made its widely anticipated final debut.

  • Mark Up PDFs--Even While Your Coworkers Do--With Bluebeam Revu

    Premium-Inhalt. Although Bluebeam Revu ($179) is a PDF markup and collaboration tool aimed at architects, designers, and engineers, its detailed collaboration functions make it a great program for any teams that need to comment on the same file--even at the same time.

  • Will iPhone 5 Chatter Hurt Apple's Sales?

    Premium-Inhalt. Love 'em or hate 'em, iPhone gossip is the chief sustenance of tech bloggers and journalists, many of whom scrutinize the credibility of every rumor, no matter how preposterous. The reason? Page views, of course. You see, readers love iPhone rumors--perhaps even more than they love griping about them.

  • 10 keys for building private clouds

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the toughest parts about implementing a cloud strategy isn't choosing the underlying technology to power the deployment; it's having the processes in place to manage an effective migration to the cloud, says Thomas Bittman, a cloud analyst for Gartner.

  • Amazon Instant Video App Lands on Xbox 360

    Premium-Inhalt. For users of Amazon's Prime Instant Video service, the wait for game console support is over.

  • Oven Lets You Send Text to Start It, Won't Keep Your Souffle From Falling

    Premium-Inhalt. Ever leave the house only to realize that you left the over on? If so, this new oven from AGA will put your mind at rest, as you can control it via text message.

  • Samsung Refreshes Series 5 Chromebook, Announces Chromebox Desktop PC

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Tuesday announced a faster Series 5 Chromebook netbook and, at long last, the Chromebox -- a mini-PC that also runs the web-centric Google Chrome OS.

  • Samsung preps two new Chromebooks as Google updates Chrome OS, Apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung will launch this week two new Chrome OS-based computers, a laptop and desktop that have been designed to be significantly faster and more versatile than previous models.

  • Oracle prepares to enter PaaS wars

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle may lay out how it plans to become a player in the burgeoning PaaS (platform as a service) market next week during a featuring CEO Larry Ellison and co-president Mark Hurd.

  • Facebook could buy Nokia to build 'FacePhone,' expert says

    Premium-Inhalt. While a potential Facebook smartphone was ridiculed by analysts, one Paris-based marketing expert predicted a "FacePhone" will happen in 18 months, and the social networking giant will buy Nokia for $10 billion to make it happen.

  • The new DDoS: Silent, organized and profitable

    Premium-Inhalt. Depending on how unscrupulous your business practices are, a denial-of-service attack can give you a competitive advantage. From keeping competitors offline to engaging in outright extortion, there are organizations (some more obviously criminal than others) now using DDoS attacks to make big money.

  • The open-source answer to big data

    Premium-Inhalt. Open-source source platforms for big data have exploded in popularity. And in the past few months, it seems like nearly everyone is feeling the fallout.

  • Funding rural broadband: Whatever it takes

    Premium-Inhalt. For rural communities looking to get ultra-fast broadband speeds increasingly seen in cities, there's only one obstacle: Money.

  • Security startup Vaultive tackles cloud-based encryption

    Premium-Inhalt. Office 365 is the Office suite of desktop and hosted versions of Microsoft's products delivered and accessed over the Internet.

  • Cisco kills off Cius development

    Premium-Inhalt. In a surprise move, Cisco Systems Inc. has confirmed it will no longer invest in developing the Cius tablet device running Android.

  • Gartner predicts huge rise in monitoring of employees' social media use

    Premium-Inhalt. Corporations are starting to embrace technologies used to monitor employee Internet use, with 60 percent expected to watch workers' social media use for security breaches by 2015, according to a new report from Gartner.

  • Attacks on Iranian oil industry led to Flame malware find

    Premium-Inhalt. The sophisticated cyber espionage malware known as "Flame" was discovered after computers within Iran's energy industry were wiped clean of data, a security expert said today.

  • Samsung Galaxy S III: Review Roundup

    Premium-Inhalt. The in Europe and the first reviews are in to give you an idea about what to expect from the phone when it hits the US shores. Samsung and wireless carriers have yet to announce when the Samsung will be available here in the US.

  • Million Short showcases the Web's supporting cast

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite its almost unimaginable scope, the Internet can sometimes seem like a pretty small place these days. For some common types of search queries, top results tend to come from a relatively limited pool of websites -- the LinkedIns, Wikipedias and Amazons of the world.

  • Transfer email from one Mac to another

    Premium-Inhalt. On-the-go reader Wally Bock would like to move his email from here to there. He writes:

  • This Insane 4K Video Camera Captures Four Billion Pixels Per Second

    Premium-Inhalt. If you thought LG's 84-inch 4K HDTV was too crazy to be real, you probably won't believe in this insane 33-megapixel .

  • Razer Naga Expert MMO Gaming Mouse Review

    Premium-Inhalt. The Razer 2012 Naga Expert MMO mouse is the latest edition in their gaming peripheral line geared to meet the unique needs of MMO players. After testing the new for a few days and seeing what it can do, we think it's worth the $80 price tag for gamers who are serious about MMOs or any other keyboard-heavy PC gaming.

  • Shoulder-Sitting Robot Means You'll Never Be Alone Again

    Premium-Inhalt. Everyone has days where, as much as you love your friends, you'd rather have some alone time. Everyone also has days where, as much as you enjoy your alone time, you'd much rather be with your friends (who went out and saw a movie without inviting you--sigh). Of course, with something like , it doesn't mean you have to be totally alone.

  • Samsung preps two new Chromebooks as Google updates Chrome OS, Apps

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung will launch this week two new Chrome OS-based computers, a laptop and desktop that have been designed to be significantly faster and more versatile than previous models.

  • Apple App Store Downloads Sink in April

    Premium-Inhalt. Downloads from Apple's App Store declined in April as the cost of landing loyal users increased, according to Fisku, an app ranking firm located in Boston.

  • NSA security expert worries about mobility, cloud

    Premium-Inhalt. Approaching its 60th birthday, the National Security Agency (NSA) has a staff some 35,000 strong worldwide, and an impressive building complex in Fort Meade, Md., where the walls are lined with copper mesh to prevent electronic eavesdropping. True to its origins dating back to breaking enemy code during World War II, the agency has two primary missions: signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and information assurance (IA).

  • Prices of Laptops, Refurbished Tablets, HDTVs Falling Through the Floor

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're looking for a new laptop, a 46-inch HDTV or refurbished tablet, June will be a good month for you, according to the price watchers at DealNews.com.

  • Bug bounty hunters reveal eight vulnerabilities in Google services

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to incorrect information provided by the source, the 11th paragraph of the story "Bug bounty hunters reveal eight vulnerabilities in Google services," posted Thursday, overstated the consequences of the discovery of the bugs.

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