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  • Erste RIM-Mitarbeiter müssen gehen

    Blackberry-Anbieter

    Beim angeschlagenen Blackberry-Hersteller Research In Motion rollt die befürchtete Entlassungswelle an. …mehr

  • Sandisk präsentiert schnelle Speicherkarte für Smartphones und Tablets

    microSDHC

    Der Flash-Spezialist Sandisk hat die nach Angaben des Unternehmens schnellste Speicherkarte für Smartphones und Tablets vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • PC-Markt wächst dieses Jahr um fünf Prozent

    IDC

    Die Marktforscher der IDC erwarten für 2012 ein Wachstum des weltweiten PC-Markts von fünf Prozent.  …mehr

  • Neue Details zu den Surface-Tastaturen

    Touch Cover und Type Cover

    Neben den beiden Tablets Surface für Windows RT und Surface für Windows 8 Pro stellt Microsoft auch das Zubehör Touch Cover und Type Cover vor. Jetzt gibt es weitere Details zu den beiden Tastaturen, die auch als Display-Schutz verwendet werden können. …mehr

  • Markt für Unternehmens-Anwendungen wächst 2012 um 4,5 Prozent

    Gartner

    Nach Schätzung der Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner wird der Markt für Enterprise Application Software dieses Jahr nur noch um 4,5 Prozent wachsen.  …mehr

  • Telekom zeigt Nokia Lumia 900 die kalte Schulter

    Ohne Upgrade-Möglichkeit nicht ins Portfolio

    Anders als o2 und Vodafone will die Telekom das Nokia Lumia 900 nicht in ihr Handy-Sortiment aufnehmen - nach Aussage eines Kundendienst-Mitarbeiters weil das Smartphone kein Update auf Windows Phone 8 erhalten wird.  …mehr

  • Spionage-Virus Flame von USA und Israel entwickelt

    "Washington Post"

    Der Spionage-Virus Flame ist nach Erkenntnissen der "Washington Post" eine Gemeinschaftsarbeit von USA und Israel gewesen. …mehr

  • Adobe senkt Prognose wegen Europa

    Erstes CS6-Quartal

    Adobe Systems hat die Zahlen für sein zweites Fiskalquartal vorgelegt. Die Umsatzprognose nahm der Softwarekonzern wegen schwächerer Nachfrage in Europa zurück.  …mehr

  • Schnelleinstieg in die Exchange-Verwaltungs-Shell

    PowerShell, CMDlets, Verwaltungskonsole

    Die Verwaltungs-Shell von Exchange Server 2010 gehört zu den wesentlichen Werkzeugen für Administratoren. Sie bietet in vielen Bereichen mehr Möglichkeiten als die Verwaltungskonsole von Exchange. Nachfolgend ein Schnelleinstieg in die Verwaltungs-Shell.  …mehr

  • Julia Probst schaut Fußballern aufs Maul

    Sie weiß, was Jogi brüllt

    Wenn Jogi Löw aufs Spielfeld brüllt, sich Bastian Schweinsteiger auf dem Platz ein Wortgefecht liefert, dann ist ihr Einsatz gefragt: Eine Lippenleserin schaut den Trainern und Spielern bei der EM auf den Mund und übersetzt für die Fans.  …mehr

  • IT-Modernisierung - Zwang macht schneller

    Fachtagung MEMO

    Mit Vernetzung und Prozessen wollen sich Verwaltungen modernisieren. Die Fachtagung MEMO 2012 am 25. und 26. Juni will Lösungen zeigen, wie Professor Jörg Becker im Interview erläutert.  …mehr

  • Endlich Schluss mit @googlemail.com

    Gmail auch in Deutschland

    Googles Webmail-Dienst heißt nun auch in Deutschland endlich Gmail.  …mehr

  • Urteil über Internetportal der privaten Fernsehsender vertagt

    OLG Düsseldorf

    Das Düsseldorfer Oberlandesgericht hat seine Entscheidung über die Zulässigkeit eines gemeinsamen Internetportals der privaten Fernsehsender vertagt. …mehr

  • Assange beantragt politisches Asyl in Ecuador

    Wikileaks-Gründer

    Wikileaks-Gründer Julian Assange kämpft seit über einem Jahr gegen seine Auslieferung von Großbritannien an Schweden.Nun hat der Australier sich in die Londoner Botschaft Ecuador geflüchtet und Asyl beantragt.  …mehr

  • App-Entwickler: Höhenflug mit Tücken

    Arbeitsmarkt

    App-Entwickler, ob angestellt oder frei tätig, sind begehrt und genießen derzeit die Sonnenseite des Arbeitsmarkts. Erste kritische Stimmen warnen allerdings davor, sich zu stark zu spezialisieren.  …mehr

  • Desktop-PC-Killer - Gestern, heute, morgen

    So gut wie tot?

    Wird der Desktop-PC bald aussterben? Wir zeigen Ihnen zehn potentielle Desktop-PC-Killer – und verraten, warum der klassische Rechner trotzdem noch lebt.  …mehr

  • Widerlegte CIO-Mythen

    HP-Studie: IT-Chefs Opfer ihres Erfolgs

    Die Studie stellt verbreitete Ansichten auf den Kopf. Projektarbeit sei erfolgreicher als angenommen, die Konsumerisierung ebenso Chance wie Herausforderung.  …mehr

  • So verkaufen sich Dienstleister besser

    Den eigenen Markt bearbeiten

    Wie IT-Freiberufler, Selbstständige und Firmeninhaber eine positive Einstellung zum Verkauf der eigenen Leistung gewinnen, sagt Bernhard Kuntz.  …mehr

  • Handle PDF Documents Easily with Blueberry PDF Form Filler

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe's Portable Document Format has become the standard format for distributing digitized documents. But how can you proceed when you need to fill out a form, add your signature to a document, or correct an error--and the PDF file is locked to editing? Blueberry's free PDF Form Filler is the answer.

  • RIM reduces headcount in $1 billion cost-cutting effort

    Premium-Inhalt. Research In Motion has started cutting jobs as it tries to achieve its stated goal of slashing US$1 billion in costs by the end of fiscal 2013, the company said on Wednesday.

  • First Key to Agile IT Governance: Stakeholder Satisfaction

    Premium-Inhalt. This article is the first in a series called The 12 Principles of Agile IT Governance. The series is designed to help board members and senior managers leverage technology excellence as a competitive advantage for their organization. Each article discusses a key principle of agile IT governance and presents tactical measures that allow for deployment of that principle.

  • Waze adds gas price searches to crowd-sourced traffic app

    Premium-Inhalt. The Waze navigation app has used the wisdom of crowds to help you avoid traffic jams. With an update released on the App Store Wednesday, is now looking to do the same thing when it’s time to find lower gas prices.

  • Microsoft previews Windows Phone 8

    Premium-Inhalt. Seeking to drive greater compatibility between smartphones and PCs, Microsoft is planning to base its upcoming Windows Phone 8 OS on the same OS core as its Windows 8 software for desktop and laptop computers, the company said Wednesday.

  • Get a Sneak Peek at Firefox's New 'Australis' Interface

    Premium-Inhalt. announced in April that it planned to unify the look of its browser across desktop and mobile platforms, and on Monday a developer working on the project posted an early preview of the resulting new “Australis” interface.

  • Oracle's Catz was 'shocked' by HP suit against Hurd

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle refused to commit to continued porting of its software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium platform as part of the companies' settlement over Oracle's hiring of Mark Hurd, Oracle co-President Safra Catz told a judge on Tuesday.

  • The Week in iOS Accessories: Run and jump

    Premium-Inhalt. This week's roundup of iOS accessories will help you run, jump, and see the world around you just a little better than you could before. Here are some accessories that caught our eye:

  • MacBook Woe: A tale of a near Mac disaster, averted by good backups

    Premium-Inhalt. This is the sad story of one man's MacBook Pro, its failed hard drive, the aftermath, and then some Monday-morning quarterbacking to top it off.

  • Low Battery Saver puts your MacBook to sleep before its battery dies

    Premium-Inhalt.

  • Virtualization improves disaster preparedness of Philippine SMBs

    Premium-Inhalt. Disaster preparedness is closely connected with small and medium sized businesses' (SMBs) adoption of technologies like virtualization, cloud computing, and mobility, finds the 2012 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey conducted by Symantec Corp.

  • Can your firm bear the cost of a cyber attack?

    Premium-Inhalt. If your company were hit with a cyber attack today, how much would it cost? The entire bill -- including costs from regulatory fines, potential lawsuits, damage to your organization's brand, and hardware/software repair, recovery and protection?

  • Microsoft Surface Could Totally Change the Tablet and PC Markets

    Premium-Inhalt. The unveiled by Microsoft at its mysterious event in Los Angeles this week looked very impressive. It obviously faces very stiff competition from the Apple iPad--which dominates the tablet market. But, there's a very good chance that businesses will flock to the Surface (or other Windows 8 tablets) if Microsoft delivers something close to what it presented to the media.

  • OfficeDrop Adds Right-click Upload Feature

    Premium-Inhalt. OfficeDrop first gained with a document management system that allows users to scan documents to the cloud using nearly any scanner or mobile device. On Thursday, the company will announce a new element of its service that enables PC users to upload entire Windows folders to the cloud with a simple right-click of their mouse.

  • Hands On: Microsoft's On{X} App Provides Android Automation

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft recently introduced a really interesting product, and one that is, surprisingly enough, exclusively for Android phones. It's called (Pronounced on-x), and it's an app designed to automate events via your Android phone. It reminds me a whole lot of the automation service (if-this-then-that), only it's centered completely on your Android phone.

  • Surface vs. iPad: The Weight of the World on Microsoft

    Premium-Inhalt. In an epic battle shaping up between Microsoft and Apple, played out over a 10-inch touchscreen, one question rises above all others: Will Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer put to bear enough resources and aggression to win this one?

  • Immerse Yourself in Post-apocalyptic Game Fallen Earth

    Premium-Inhalt. Fallen Earth is not the only post-apocalyptic game on the market, but its combat sequences, play-crafting features and captivating landscapes make it a jolting action-adventure worth checking out. You can play it for free with some limitations, or pay for one of three different tiers of paid subscription, starting at $10 per month. There is a cash shop as well.

  • Windows Phone 8's Great Start Screen: A Closer Look

    Premium-Inhalt. The Windows Phone 8 Start Screen is Microsoft's "marquee feature," the company said Wednesday, as it unveiled the latest iteration of the screen in and 7.8.

  • Rackspace exec warns of Amazon lock-in

    Premium-Inhalt. Customers of Amazon Web Services may be unknowingly locking their data and computational logic in with the popular cloud service, making it difficult to move or significantly modify those resources, the president of a competing cloud provider asserted Wednesday.

  • Microsoft previews Windows Phone 8

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today unveiled a revamped Windows Phone mobile OS that will share key core elements with Windows 8. It also revealed a much more customizable Metro user interface, and changes designed to make the OS more acceptable to corporate IT groups.

  • Windows Phone 8 Details Revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been a huge week for Microsoft news. On Monday, the company unveiled a new line of Surface tablets, one of which will run a full version of Windows 8. Today, at the Windows Phone Developer Summit in San Francisco, Microsoft provided details regarding the upcoming Windows Phone 8 operating system.

  • Moboto: Finally, an iPhone Dock With Personality and Character

    Premium-Inhalt. Mark Solomon decided to design a unique dock for an iPhone, iPad or iPod, and then subsequently started a , into production, and into your hands. The dock, named Moboto, has a personality and character that go along with it.

  • Bitcasa cloud service launches public beta

    Premium-Inhalt. Bitcasa, a consumer cloud services startup, launched a public beta of its unlimited cloud storage service on Wednesday.

  • Verizon launches 46 new 4G LTE markets Thursday

    Premium-Inhalt. Verizon Wireless will add 46 U.S. cities to its 4G LTE network on Thursday, for a total of 304 markets.

  • How Microsoft Surface Tablets Compare in a Crowded Market

    Premium-Inhalt. During their splashy press conference on Monday, Steve Ballmer and the other Microsoft execs referred to the company's upcoming Surface devices as tablets. So it makes sense to compare them to other tablets, right?

  • Social software users: Focus on corporate culture or your project will fail

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprise social software may end up as shelfware -- software that never gets used or falls into disuse -- unless customers make the right efforts to change corporate culture and employee habits, speakers said Wednesday during the Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston.

  • Hands-on with Reading Rainbow for iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. The old TV series filled thousands of children with a love of books and stories during its and made host LeVar Burton a to budding bibliophiles everywhere. But the new app isn't merely an exercise in nostalgia: It wants to create a new generation of readers.

  • NASA revamps, looks to speed high-tech commercialization opportunities

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking to address harsh criticism from its own that has been painfully slow in getting important technologies out of the lab and into commercial , today said it has opened a revamped Technology Transfer Portal which aims to streamline the way the space agency handles that business.

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