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  • Die besten Tools für ITSM

    Marktüberblick IT-Service-Management

    Die ITSM Consulting AG hat exklusiv für die COMPUTERWOCHE eine Analyse der gängigen Werkzeuge für das IT-Service-Management (ITSM) vorgenommen. …mehr

  • Nachrichtenportale sollen für Artikel an Verlage zahlen

    Leistungsschutzrecht

    Kommerzielle Nachrichtenportale und Suchmaschinen sollen in Zukunft an Presseverlage zahlen, wenn sie deren journalistische Artikel für das eigene Angebot nutzen. …mehr

  • Radian6 sitzt künftig direkt an der Tweet-Quelle

    Salesforce.com

    Der Cloud-Pionier Salesforce.com bekommt für sein Radian6 jetzt direkten Zugang zu Twitters "Firehose"-Stream aller öffentlichen Kurznachrichten.  …mehr

  • SAP HANA hat bald Geburtstag

    In-Memory-Datenbank

    Nächste Woche jährt sich die Vorstellung von SAPs In-Memory-Datenbank zum ersten Mal - und HANA verkauft sich weit besser als gedacht.  …mehr

  • Vier Jahre und sechs Monate Haft für Kino.to-Chef

    Deal

    Der Gründer und Chef des illegalen Filmportals Kino.to ist zu vier Jahren und sechs Monaten Haft verurteilt worden. …mehr

  • Google bietet E-Books auch in Deutschland an

    Für viele Plattformen

    Google wird künftig auch in Deutschland E-Books anbieten. …mehr

  • Skype blendet künftig Werbung zu Telefonaten ein

    "Conversation Ads"

    Auf der Suche nach weiteren Wegen zur Monetarisierung von Skype hat sich der neue Besitzer Microsoft nun "Conversation Ads" einfallen lassen.  …mehr

  • Facebook geht in die Werbeoffensive

    Auktionssystem "Facebook Exchange"

    Facebook will seine Anzeigen-Plattform mit einem neuen Auktionssystem attraktiver für Werbekunden machen. …mehr

  • WordPress 3.4 "Green" ist fertig

    Open-Source-CMS

    Das vor allem für Blogs populäre Open-Source-CMS "WordPress" liegt seit gestern Abend in der neuen Version 3.4 vor.  …mehr

  • Nokia streicht 10.000 Stellen bis Ende 2013

    Ulm wird dichtgemacht

    Der kriselnde Handy-Riese Nokia streicht 10.000 Arbeitsplätze. …mehr

  • Karriereratgeber 2012 - Dr. Birgit Zimmer-Wagner, Bewerber Consult

    Damit Arbeitgeber und Bewerber zusammenkommen

    Vom 14. bis 27. Juni betreut Dr. Birgit Zimmer Wagner das CW-Karriereforum. Sie gibt vor allem Tipps zu Selbstvermarktungsstrategien aus Coaching- und Arbeitgebersicht. …mehr

  • Kabel Deutschland unter dem Strich erstmals mit schwarzen Zahlen

    Triple Play

    Der Kabelnetzbetreiber Kabel Deutschland hat zum ersten Mal auch unter dem Strich schwarze Zahlen geschrieben. …mehr

  • Durchsuchungen bei mutmaßlichen Hackern nach Attacke auf Gema

    Anonymous

    Das Bundeskriminalamt (BKA) hat bundesweit Wohnungen mutmaßlicher Mitglieder und Mitläufer des Hacker-Kollektivs Anonymous durchsuchen lassen. …mehr

  • Schnappt sich Microsoft die Social Software Yammer?

    Donnerstagsgerücht

    Microsoft steht Medienberichten zufolge vor der Übernahme des Social-Software-Spezialisten Yammer.  …mehr

  • Iiyama Prolite B2776HDS im Test

    27-Zoll TFT-Bildschirm

    Der Iiyama Prolite B2776HDS basiert auf einem 27-Zoll-Panel. Die Bildqualität des TFT-Bildschirms überzeugte mit großer Helligkeit und hohem Kontrast.  …mehr

  • On{x} für Android

    Microsoft automatisiert Android

    Microsoft hat eine neue Automatisierungslösung für Android-Smartphones vorgestellt. On{x} führt Aktionen auf dem Smartphone aus, sobald bestimmte Vorgaben erfüllt sind. Aktuell ist der Dienst noch in der Beta-Phase, er klappt allerdings schon recht gut.  …mehr

  • In 6 Schritten zur Cloud-Anwendung

    Ratgeber SaaS und Application Hosting

    SaaS gehört zu den am meisten genutzten Ausprägungen des Cloud Computing. Wer die Potenziale ausschöpfen will, sollte schrittweise vorgehen. …mehr

  • Aufgepasst beim Firmenwagenkauf

    Wann ist ein Vorführwagen "neu"?

    Die Verpflichtung, in der Werbung Angaben zum Spritverbrauch zu machen, kann auch für Vorführwagen gelten.  …mehr

  • Spezialisierte Allrounder

    Berater für Product-Lifecycle-Management

    PLM-Berater sind gleichzeitig Generalisten und Spezialisten. Denn sie müssen in ihrem Job den gesamten Produktlebenszyklus im Auge behalten und dennoch immer wieder auch in die Tiefe gehen. Dafür benötigen sie Technik-, BWL und IT- Kenntnisse. Wer den hohen Anforderungen genügt, dem stehen attraktive Karrieremöglichkeiten offen.  …mehr

  • Salesforce.com gets access to Twitter's messages feed

    Premium-Inhalt. Salesforce.com announced Wednesday a deal with Twitter that will give the enterprise cloud computing company access to Twitter's feed of public messages, it said Tuesday.

  • Panasonic to launch smartphones in Japan that sync with rice cookers, TVs

    Premium-Inhalt. Panasonic will launch smartphones that sync with its household appliances, including its ovens and rice cookers, from this summer.

  • AT&T works on expanding Toggle BYOD service to PCs, Macs

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T plans to extend its dual-personality software for mobile devices, called Toggle, to provide a walled-off and encrypted work environment within PCs and Macs as well as mobile devices.

  • Remains of the Day: Secret agency

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's Phil Schiller says the company isn't ready to take the mobile payment plunge, even as Apple gets nailed for making available consumers' personal information. And how does Apple keeps things secret? By not telling anyone. The remainders for Wednesday, June 13, 2012 can keep a secret, but only if they're dead.

  • Russian WiMax pioneer Yota had to turn on LTE networks overnight

    Premium-Inhalt. Russian mobile operator Yota bravely stepped out with one of the world's first large-scale WiMax networks in 2008. Making the switch to LTE four years later, when the whole world had already signed on to that technology, may have taken even more courage.

  • Vizio enters PC business, ships Ivy Bridge systems starting at $898

    Premium-Inhalt. Vizio entered the PC business on Thursday, announcing new laptops and all-in-ones that all start at the same price, US$898.

  • Facebook pushes security tips to all its users

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook has started promoting security tips at the top of each user's home page, with a link to about scams, passwords and how to stay safe on the social network.

  • Banks: Hackers more aggressive in attacking customer accounts

    Premium-Inhalt. A survey of large financial institutions shows they faced more attacks by hackers to take over customer banking accounts last year than in the two previous years, and about a third of these attacks succeeded.

  • Canonical announces Ubuntu Apps Showdown

    Premium-Inhalt. developers will soon have a chance to compete for prizes of laptops and , thanks to Canonical's announcement today of the Ubuntu App Showdown contest.

  • Mistakes, heavy competition force Nokia to reboot

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia is betting on camera functionality, navigation technology and further price reductions for its Windows Phone-based products to turn the company around after a round of cost cuts. Breaking Apple's and Samsung's stranglehold on the smartphone market won't be easy, however.

  • Your nagging Windows license questions, answered

    Premium-Inhalt. Just got a fleet of OEM PCs for your company or just a single PC for your home? Confused by what you can (and can't) do with your license or installation media? We've got answers to some of the most common questions, traps and gotchas around Windows XP and 7 OEM keys.

  • Senator's legislation takes on telephone bill cramming

    Premium-Inhalt. New legislation in the U.S. Senate would outlaw most third-party charges on wireline telephone bills in an effort to combat unauthorized billing tacked onto bills, a common practice called cramming.

  • What Hadoop can, and can't do

    Premium-Inhalt. The lure of using big data for your business is a strong one, and there is no brighter lure these days than Apache Hadoop, the scalable data storage platform that lies at the heart of many big data solutions.

  • Android Tablets Beating Out iPad in Business and IT: Report

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPad may still be considered the in many quarters, but new research data casts a shadow of doubt over how long that will continue.

  • Microsoft Schedules Two Major Mystery Media Events Next Week

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has two days of big news planned for next week that could include a look at Windows RT tablets and Windows Phone 8.

  • Apple's new laptop heralds 'Air-izing' of all MacBook Pros

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's new Retina MacBook Pro is a harbinger of future changes to the company's laptop line, analysts said today.

  • Have LinkedIn's security woes permanently damaged the social network?

    Premium-Inhalt. After hackers last week breached the LinkedIn site, stealing more than 6 million user passwords, analysts are debating whether the attack will cause long-term damage to the social network.

  • MIT Develops a Fuel Cell Implant That Runs on Sugar, Turns Carbs Into Electricity

    Premium-Inhalt. The biggest hurdle we face with implantable chips is that they need to run off of a limited power supply that inevitably needs to be replaced. MIT engineers may have cracked this problem with a new that runs off the same sugars you got from your morning bowl of Wheaties.

  • Amazon updates Kindle for iOS with support for comics, book search

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon on Thursday released updates to the Kindle app for iOS, along with the . The updates add in support for children's books, comics, and graphic novels.

  • Reddit bans major publications for allegedly spamming and/or cheating

    Premium-Inhalt. Reddit, a popular link-sharing and discussion site, announced this week that it has begun blocking content from entire domains - including some belonging to the Atlantic, Business Week, Phys.org, Science Daily, and Discover Magazine - for "spamming and/or cheating."

  • Snow Leopard on a new retina-display MacBook Pro? Nuh uh

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Hugh Fredericks seeks a new Mac, but with an old OS. He writes:

  • SAP's tech chief affirms ERP on HANA database by year-end, touts momentum

    Premium-Inhalt. SAP technology chief Vishal Sikka has reaffirmed that the company will have its core ERP (enterprise resource planning) software running on the HANA in-memory database by the end of this year.

  • Fast networks key to new apps, says White House

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -Fast food franchises have a larger presence in many communities than next generation, high-speed gigabit networks, a fact the White House says it's attempting to address.

  • Should Microsoft buy Nokia? Bad idea, say analysts

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia's announcement Thursday that it plans in coming months resurrected speculation that should buy the cell phone maker in order to prop up its struggling Windows Phone platform.

  • Three great folder actions

    Premium-Inhalt. OS X’s Folder Actions let you attach AppleScripts to specific folders so actions are performed automatically as soon as you add items to the folders. Once you know the , you’ll inevitably start wondering what cool things they can do for you. Here are three interesting Folder Actions to try out.

  • 5 Ways Cloud Computing Is Like Open Source

    Premium-Inhalt. Marx referred specifically to Louis Napoleon's coup d'etat in 1851, which came nearly 52 years after his uncle, Napoleon Bonaparte, seized power in France in similar fashion. He might as well have been commenting on cloud computing, though.

  • 2012 MIT commencement: Khan Academy founder celebrates 'wizards of our time'

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  • Google Chair Schmidt to Boston University grads: 'You can write the code for all of us'

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  • Eye-Fi Plays the Waiting Game With the SD Association

    Premium-Inhalt. Note: This article is a follow-up to our and our story about , both of which were published in January 2012.

  • This Is What a Portal Gun Looks Like in Real Life--Sort Of

    Premium-Inhalt. Portal is one of those seriously frustrating games that, no matter how tricky the puzzles get, you can't seem to draw yourself away from it. It also makes you kind of wish you had your own Portal gun to move between rooms (doors are for squares, after all) or through obstructions. A geek's dream!

  • What the Linked breach teaches us about how to safeguard ourselves online

    Premium-Inhalt. The mammoth breach that should be a wakeup call for end-users everywhere. We should all practice due dilligence and ask the companies we deal with questions about how they deal with security.

  • Microsoft turning to Yammer to beef up social tools, reports say

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft in serious discussions to buy Yammer, an enterprise social collaboration company, according to reports.

  • WordPress 3.4 offers no hassle theme testing

    Premium-Inhalt. Although taking a few months longer than expected, Automattic and the volunteer developers have finally released version 3.4 of the widely used WordPress blogging platform.

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