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  • Ratgeber: Was ist was im Netzwerk?

    Router, Switches, Hub und Co.

    Router, Repeater, Switch, Bridge, Access Point, Hub und Netzadapter sorgen dafür, dass Datenpakete dort ankommen, wo sie hinsollen. Wir erläutern, wie die Netzwerkgeräte funktionieren, was sie voneinander unterscheidet und worauf Sie beim Einsatz achten müssen. …mehr

  • Rekordabsatz des iPad beflügelt Tablet-Geschäft


    Erst kommt das iPad - und dann lange nichts. …mehr

  • Rohstoff der Informationsgesellschaft

    "Big Data"

    In zehn Jahren könnte das vollautomatische Autofahren Wirklichkeit werden. …mehr

  • Arctic MC101 - Eleganter Multimedia-Rechner

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Firma Arctic mit Hauptsitz in der Schweiz hat sich auf Computer-Zubehör und Unterhaltungsprodukte spezialisiert. Mit MC101 gehört nun ein Media-Computer zum Repertoire. …mehr

  • Hat Huawei das Quad-Core-Tablet abgespeckt?

    Mediapad 10 FHD

    Als Huawei auf dem MWC das Mediapad 10 FHD vorstellte, war die Presse ob der Leistungsdaten sehr beeindruckt. Bei der Entwicklung zur Serienreife blieben leider Einiges auf der Strecke. …mehr

  • "Odyssee im Weltraum" muss im Apple-Samsung-Prozess draußen bleiben

    Richterin Koh

    Samsung wird in dem kalifornischen Patentprozess gegen Apple keine Hilfe vom Kubick-Klassiker "2001 - Odyssee im Weltraum" bekommen. …mehr

  • Adobe veröffentlicht erste Open-Source-Schriftart

    "Sans Source Pro"

    Adobe hat zum ersten Mal in der Firmengeschichte eine hochwertige Schrift Open Source gestellt. …mehr

  • "Du sollst nicht mehr 'Metro' sagen"

    Neues Microsoft-Gebot

    Seit Erscheinen von Windows Phone hat Microsoft seine neue, durch Kacheln und Typografie geprägte Design-Sprache als "Metro" bezeichnet. …mehr

  • ZTE ist HTC dicht auf den Fersen


    ZTE hat bei den Absatzzahlen im zweiten Quartal zum taiwanischen Konkurrenten HTC aufgeschlossen. Bis die Chinesen Highend-Smartphones in Deutschland anbietet, kann es allerdings noch dauern. …mehr

  • Wetura - Warenwirtschaft aus der Cloud wächst mit den Kunden

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Mit Wetura hat die Wepro GmbH ein modulares Cloud-System entwickelt, das auf Basis der Kundenbedürfnisse laufend erweitert wird. Mit seiner flexiblen Cloud-Lösung tritt Wepro in diesem Jahr im Wettbewerb um den "Best in Cloud 2012"-Award der COMPUTERWOCHE an.  …mehr

  • LinkedIn begeistert Anleger

    Das Anti-Facebook

    Der Börsengang des beruflichen Online-Netzwerks LinkedIn galt vor einem Jahr nur als eine Art Generalprobe für Facebook. Doch inzwischen macht die LinkedIn-Aktie den Investoren deutlich mehr Freude. …mehr

  • SAP zahlt Oracle 306 Millionen Dollar

    Einigung in Datenklau-Streit

    Nach fünf Jahren endet der Datenklau-Streit zwischen SAP und Oracle mit einer Übereinkunft. …mehr

  • Apple Macbook Air 13 (MD231D/A) im Test

    Notebook für unterwegs

    Im neuen Macbook Air 13 arbeitet Intels Ivy-Bridge-Plattform. Reicht das aus, um die Ultrabook-Konkurrenz auf Abstand zu halten? Der Test klärt, wer bei ultra-mobilen Notebooks den Ton angibt.  …mehr

  • Test Avision Miwand 2 Pro

    Mobiler Scanner

    Mit dem mobilen Scanner lassen sich unterwegs leicht Dokumente einscannen.  …mehr

  • Mit 27 Jahren noch einmal studieren?


    Ein Fachinformatiker sucht nach acht Jahren bei der Bundeswehr einen Job und muss feststellen, dass die Anforderungen der Unternehmen sehr hoch sind. Soll er besser studieren? …mehr

  • EU forciert Datenschutz in Clouds

    Cloud Computing und Datensicherheit

    Die Datenschutzgruppe der Europäischen Union (EU) hat sich das Cloud Computing vorgeknöpft und Empfehlungen zum Datenschutz ausgesprochen. Ein Überblick über die wesentlichen Tipps. …mehr

  • Remains of the Day: Do not want

    Premium-Inhalt. CBS doesn't want to help Apple build a business on the back of its content, a Russian carrier doesn't want to submit to Apple's autocratic demands, and Mountain Lion apparently doesn't want MacBook users to get their full battery life. The remainders for Friday, August 3, 2012, are wanting for nothing.

  • Destroy Internet tracking files with PrivacyScan


  • This Real-Life WALL-E Replica Is Adorable, Awesome

    Premium-Inhalt. In 2003, Mike Senna charmed the Internet with his . Now, he's winning even more people over with . And, it only took him two and a half years.

  • Save a Web Page as a PDF with Just One Click

    Premium-Inhalt. Typically, when you want to save a Web page for future reference, you bookmark it. But what happens if that site gets taken down? Or the content of the page gets changed? Or you want to actually preserve that page in a format that doesn't require a Web browser?

  • UPS midway in deploying wearable image scanners for faster package sorting

    Premium-Inhalt. With 15 million packages to sort each day, UPS workers are taking advantage of new wearable scanning technology that speeds up package loading and quickly transmits online tracking data to customers.

  • New MetroPCS Phone Offers Mobile TV Programming: Worth It?

    Premium-Inhalt. MetroPCS now sells a phone capable of receiving free TV programming. There's one problem, though--it's expensive. The will set you back $460, $200 more than its sister Galaxy smartphones, which don't have TV reception capabilities.

  • Jack Jones: Numbers game

    Premium-Inhalt. When someone says Jack Jones wrote the book on how to think about information risk, they mean it literally. He created the Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR), which gave security professionals a method of defining and analyzing risk in a way that was more consistent and understandable.

  • Download Videos From YouTube and More With AllMyTube

    Premium-Inhalt. Ubiquitous broadband connections mean that most of us no longer have to wait for online videos to slowly buffer before we can start watching them. That said, it is sometimes nice to be able to download videos for later viewing or convert them for a mobile format. AllMyTube is a $29 utility for downloading streaming video off websites like VEVO, Vimeo, and YouTube, which can also convert downloaded videos to many device-specific formats.

  • Facebook says it has 14 million 'undesirable' user accounts

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's disclosure that it found 14 million user accounts it considers "undesirable" -- meaning they are likely spewing spam or other malicious links and content -- highlights the need for better user verification on the popular social network, security experts said.

  • Oracle-HP ruling highlights risks of IT vendor partnerships

    Premium-Inhalt. The by a California judge saying Oracle has to keep porting its software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium-based servers is not the end of the between the two companies, but it could have an effect on the broader IT industry.

  • Twitter Gets Political with a Political Index

    Premium-Inhalt. The helps the masses figure out just how the rest of the Twitter world feels about the two presidential candidates. Instead of relying on intuitions of political experts or waiting for the polling phone calls to be made, Twitter's new tool powered by will keep you informed about the general consensus on the candidates.

  • Survey: Drivers like in-car Internet but worry about safety, privacy

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. drivers seem to hold conflicting opinions on in-car Internet access, viewing the technology as a driving hazard and even a threat to privacy while praising the entertainment and safety features it offers.

  • Shelley Stewart: Business view

    Premium-Inhalt. With her broader view of risk and deep knowledge of business, Shelley Stewart has made risk and security management a value creator. The executive director of global security for Cummins, an international manufacturer of diesel engines and power generators, didn't come to the position with the usual background in security.

  • Kristin Lovejoy: Enabling innovation

    Premium-Inhalt. Imagine for a moment you work for one of the best-known companies in the world, one that made computers an essential part of business. Imagine this company, with more than half a million employees, had let each business unit create its own security systems as long as it followed certain guidelines. Now imagine it's time to replace that with an enterprisewide security architecture. Most people would reasonably imagine this to be a scary, overwhelming project.

  • Dick Parry: Culture change

    Premium-Inhalt. Over the past 30 years, Novartis's Dick Parry has seen and done almost everything in the security field. He has gone from beat cop all the way up to head of security and information protection for a world-renowned medical research institute. Doing so has meant changing in ways he never anticipated when he started out.

  • Eric Cowperthwaite: Connect the dots

    Premium-Inhalt. Businesses frequently divide risk and security efforts among several business units or make them specific to a certain place or type of activity: Electronic is separate from physical is separate from financial. However, keeping them all apart makes it impossible to understand how one risk can affect and exacerbate so many others. That's the problem Eric Cowperthwaite, CISO for Providence Health and Services, is most concerned with.

  • Rick Kelly: Value focus

    Premium-Inhalt. In its more than 200 year-history, Harsco had never had a CSO or even much interest in security. That changed in 2008 when the industrial services company asked Rick Kelly to come in as CSO and create a security and risk function. This was no small task: Harsco has 450 locations in 55 countries and had $3 billion in revenues last year.

  • Google dumps more products

    Premium-Inhalt. Google continues purging its product roster of services and applications that it considers redundant or obsolete, deciding now to axe an unpopular edition of Google Apps and a podcast player.

  • Defcon Wi-Fi hack called no threat to enterprise WLANs

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprise Wi-Fi networks can keep using WPA2 security safely, despite a that has been widely, but wrongly, interpreted as rendering it useless.

  • Seven Minutes of Terror: NASA's Curiosity Rover to Land on Mars This Weekend

    Premium-Inhalt. How do you get the largest Mars rover yet--one the size of a Mini Cooper with six wheels, a host of scientific instruments including a with a seven-foot range, and a --from space to the surface of Mars? The last two NASA rovers to land on Mars were the size of shopping carts and used a bouncing to deliver those rovers safely. This time, with the larger Curiosity, NASA is going sci-fi: It'll use a sky crane to gently land the largest rover yet on Mars.

  • Microsoft blames last week's Azure outage on a configuration error

    Premium-Inhalt. A system configuration mistake caused the outage that affected Windows Azure customers in western Europe last week, according to Microsoft.

  • How to Secure Sensitive Files and Documents

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you doing enough to secure your organization's sensitive information? If all your security measures are focused on the volume level rather than the file or document level, chances are the answer is 'no.'

  • Leaked Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Runs WIndows 8

    Premium-Inhalt. Back in May, that the company was working on a ThinkPad tablet running Windows 8. Details were sparse, though--all we knew at the time was that the tablet would have an Intel processor and tie into a cloud service Lenovo is building.

  • Twitter takes social spotlight at London Olympics

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter is basking in the Olympic spotlight, with athletes tweeting about the games and fans around the world offering their support on the social network.

  • Government Seeks Guidance on Cloud-Brokerage Services

    Premium-Inhalt. The federal government could be turning a corner as it hastens its transition to the cloud.

  • Google Wallet adds Visa, Discover support, along with important safety feature

    Premium-Inhalt. The original Network World correction to the second paragraph of the story, "Google Wallet adds Visa, Discover support, along with important safety features," did not adequately correct the second sentence of that paragraph. The correct second paragraph reads:

  • Ancestry.com's Family Tree Maker Uses a Large Genealogical Database

    Premium-Inhalt. The United States is a country of immigrants. It's rare to find anyone who doesn't have to start looking outside of the country for information about their grandparents or greatgrandparents. If you don't have the funds or the time to cross the world in search of ancestors, Ancestry.com's Family Tree Maker 2012 ($40, buy-only) may be your answer.

  • Judge rejects Apple's punishment against Samsung

    Premium-Inhalt. The judge in Apple's patent-infringement suit against Samsung Electronics turned down Apple's request that she rule in its favor as punishment for an improper disclosure by Samsung.

  • Google Wallet adds Visa, Discover support, along with important safety feature

    Premium-Inhalt. The headline, first and second paragraphs of the Network World story whose original headline was "Google Wallet adds Visa, Amex, Discover support, along with important safety feature," which posted to the newswire Wednesday, have been corrected on the wire. In addition, an update paragraph has been added to the end of the story.

  • Identity theft may cost IRS $21 billion over next five years

    Premium-Inhalt. The dead can't speak for themselves. But they can apparently file U.S. tax returns.

  • Heated debate over stalled cybersecurity bill pits pro-defense Democrats vs. hands-off Republicans

    Premium-Inhalt. The cybersecurity bill that went down Thursday to shows the deep schism in Congress that had Democrats siding with traditional national- defense hawks, and , who toppled the bill, largely siding with businesses that didn't want government foisting new regulations on them.

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