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  • Verbraucherschützer verklagen Google und iTunes

    Wegen App-Store-AGB

    Auch weltweit tätige Internet-Unternehmen sollen sich in ihren Nutzungsbestimmungen nach deutschen Vorschriften für den Verbraucherschutz richten. …mehr

  • Microsofts EULAs werden menschenlesbar

    Mit Windows 8

    Zum Start von Windows 8 hat Microsoft seine Endnutzerlizenzen (EULAs) so umgeschrieben, das normale Menschen sie verstehen können.  …mehr

  • Alice-Kunden dürfte noch tagelang Mail-Probleme haben

    O2

    Zehntausende Kunden des Internet-Providers O2 müssen möglicherweise noch einige Tage auf Emails verzichten.  …mehr

  • IFA läutet neue Runde im Tablet-Wettbewerb ein

    Windows 8 und Android

    Tablet schlägt Ultrabook: Die Produktsuche der Elektronikmesse IFA zeigt für den flachen Mobilcomputer mehr als zehn Mal so viele Treffer an wie für den schlanken und schnellen Windows-Laptop mit Intel-Prozessor. …mehr

  • Samsung kündigt Dual-SIM-Handy offiziell an

    Galaxy S DUOS

    Bereits Ende vergangenen Monats hatten indische Blogs über das Samsung Galaxy S DUOS berichtet. Deren Angaben decken sich mit den jetzt offiziell von Samsung bekannt gegebenen Spezifikationen des Dual-SIM-Smartphones.  …mehr

  • Alles digital - Zwei Projekte zur E-Akte

    Mit T-Systems, IBM, Post

    Täglich 260.000 Dokumente digitalisiert die Deutsche Post für die Bundesagentur für Arbeit. Wiesbaden steigt derweil mit T-Systems auf digitale Akten um.  …mehr

  • Tipps zu Social Media Governance

    Virtual Identity

    Social Media stehen heute an der Schwelle vom Experimentierstadium zum Regelbetrieb.  …mehr

  • Revisionsausgabe von BackTrack, NVIDIA-Treiber zertifiziert und mehr

    Open-Source und Linux in KW33

    Die Entwickler der Sicherheits-Distribution BackTrack haben eine dritte Revision der Ausgabe 5 zur Verfügung gestellt. Todd Robinson arbeitet fleißig am Projekt 31 Linux-Distributionen in 31 Tagen.  …mehr

  • Google eskaliert Patentkrieg mit Apple

    Motorola-Klage

    Google spitzt mit einer Klage gegen Apple den Patentkrieg in der Mobilfunk-Branche zu. …mehr

  • AVM bietet Support jetzt mit Berliner Rufnummer

    Fritz!-Hersteller

    Ab sofort ist das Support-Team von AVM unter der Berliner Telefonnummer 030 - 390 04 390 erreichbar.  …mehr

  • App soll Projektleiterleben erleichtern

    SharePoint Store

    Eines der ersten Partnerprodukte, das in die Preview-Version des SharePoint Stores aufgenommen wurde, ist eine App von Campana & Schott: die "CS Milestone Trend Analysis App for Project", die MS Project 2013 um ein Management-Instrument zur Überwachung des Projektfortschritts erweitert.  …mehr

  • SAP plant weitere Übernahmen

    Jim Hagemann Snabe

    Der Software-Konzern SAP will auch nach den jüngsten Milliarden-Akquisitionen in den USA weiter zukaufen. …mehr

  • Social Media im Mittelstand

    Kostenlose Veranstaltung

    Am 6. September 2012 findet auf Schloss Birlinghoven eine Konferenz statt, in der Wissenschaftler und Praktiker über den Social-Media-Einsatz vor allem im Mittelstand referieren.  …mehr

  • iPhone anfällig für Phishing-Angriffe per SMS

    Blogbericht

    Der Blogger Pod2g beschreibt in einem Blogbeitrag eine Sicherheitslücke im Betriebssystem iOS, durch die Nutzer des iPhone unbewusst Kurznachrichten an Fremde senden könnten.  …mehr

  • Bundesnetzagentur räumt Probleme bei LTE-Netzausbau ein

    Antragsstau

    Die Bundesnetzagentur hat eingeräumt, dass es bei der Genehmigung von mehreren tausend Anträgen für den Ausbau des schnellen LTE-Mobilfunknetzes zu Verzögerungen gekommen ist. …mehr

  • Was passiert mit Assange?

    Diplomatischer Krimi geht weiter

    Julian Assange bleibt rätselhaft. Sein mit Spannung erwarteter Auftritt auf dem Balkon der ecuadorianischen Botschaft in London speiste mehr die Spekulationen, als Antworten zu geben. Die diplomatischen Drähte glühen.  …mehr

  • Apple knackt 600-Milliarden-Dollar-Marke

    Hoffen auf neue Produkte

    Die Vorfreude auf ein neues iPhone und ein mögliches kleineres iPad sowie Spekulationen über große Pläne im Fernsehgeschäft haben den Wert von Apple erstmals über die magische Marke von 600 Milliarden Dollar getrieben. …mehr

  • Active Directory - verwaltete Dienstkonten in der Praxis

    Managed Service Accounts

    Verwaltete Dienstkonten sind bestimmte Benutzerkonten im Active Directory, die zur Verwendung als Benutzerkonto von lokalen Diensten geeignet sind. Richtig eingesetzt, können sich Administratoren damit Abläufe deutlich erleichtern.  …mehr

  • Xing coacht Führungskräfte

    Bessere Einarbeitung

    Die Xing AG ist in zehn Jahren auf rund 490 Mitarbeiter gewachsen. Damit sich die organisatorischen Strukturen mitentwickeln, definierten die Personalverantwortlichen interne Prozesse und setzten ein Führungskräfteprogramm auf.  …mehr

  • Der klassische Softwarehandel verschwindet

    Gastkommentar von Bernd Hilgenberg

    Die Vertriebswege für Softwarehersteller ändern sich drastisch: Statt über unabhängige Händler vermarkten die Entwickler ihre Produkte zunehmen über die AppStores der großen Player. Das hat Konsequenzen.  …mehr

  • Mit dem kostenlosen Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 virtualisieren

    Installation, Einrichtung, Praxis

    Mit Hyper-V Server 2008 R2 bietet Microsoft kostenlos ein Betriebssystem zur Virtualisierung an. Dieses erlaubt den Betrieb als Hyper-V-Host. Der folgende Praxisbeitrag erläutert detailliert, wie die Microsoft-Virtualisierungslösung installiert, eingerichtet und remote verwaltet wird.  …mehr

  • CIO des Jahres 2012 - Hier wird gefeiert!

    Die größte CIO-Party Deutschlands

    Am 22. November 2012 steigt die große Jubiläumsgala mit der Preisverleihung "CIO des Jahres" in München. Zu der exklusiven CIO-Party kommen alle, die Rang und Namen haben in der Branche.  …mehr

  • Deutsche Cloud-Provider im Vergleich

    Viele IaaS-Anbieter werden scheitern

    Das Cloud-Angebot in Deutschland ist groß, doch viele Anbieter werden scheitern. Ein Vergleich der Cloud-Provider gibt Aufschluss über die Leistungsfähigkeit der Provider.  …mehr

  • Missbräuchlich Geld abgehoben - wer haftet?

    Geheimhaltungspflicht verletzt

    Der Bundesgerichtshof hat zur Haftung bei missbräuchlicher Abhebung von Bargeld an Geldautomaten ein Urteil gefällt.  …mehr

  • Projectbook for iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. is a new note-taking and task management application for the iPad from . (See for a thorough description of the app.) Ive been using the iPad offering since its recent release and, with each feature I evaluate, I keep finding myself drawing comparisons to . This isnt surprising given the nature of the app. However, since Evernote is a mature application with a robust developer community while Projectbook is a newly-released app from a small (though ) development shop, it really isnt a fair comparison. But I wont let that stop me&

  • Diablo III Announces New Paragon System

    Premium-Inhalt. I know we've already outlined some of the upcoming mechanical changes in the 1.0.4 patch to Diablo III, but today Blizzard announced the biggest change to the game in the form of new "Paragon Levels" that can only be attained after reaching the game's previous maximum level of 60 and provide several benefits to paragon-leveled characters.

  • NASA unveils mission to probe Mars' core

    Premium-Inhalt. NASA has decided to take a much deeper look inside Mars to try to figure out why the Red Planet evolved so differently from Earth.

  • Nikon Coolpix P310: Premium Compact Camera at a Bargain Price

    Premium-Inhalt. The Nikon Coolpix P310 is without peer at its price ($300 as of August 15, 2012). It's a premium compact camera priced more like your average , with a fast F1.8 lens, manual exposure controls, very good image quality, and a pocket-size body. The Coolpix P310 offers the best bang for the buck you'll find in the premium-compact class, just as long as you don't need a long-zoom lens or a RAW mode.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 review: Testing the stylus-toting tablet

    Premium-Inhalt. Too many devices these days suffer from : They're okay but unremarkable -- and in a sea of similar-looking slates, they end up blending into the pack and drowning in obscurity.

  • Developer interview: How Haiku is building a better BeOS

    Premium-Inhalt. It might have ended very differently for BeOS. At one point, it looked like BeOS, developed by Be Inc, might become the operating system for Apple hardware. Instead, Apple ended up tapping NeXT and used its OpenStep as the basis for Mac OS X (in the process bringing Steve Jobs back into the fold).

  • IT security is a boardroom decision: IBM

    Premium-Inhalt. IT security is no longer a trivial issue and is now becoming part of a company's boardroom discussion, according to IBM Asia-Pacific institute for advanced security director, Glen Gooding.

  • SME online activity declines: MYOB

    Premium-Inhalt. There is a significant decline in proactive online business activity, including online transactions, email marketing and social media, among SMBs despite an increasing number running their own websites, according to business management software vendor, MYOB.

  • Apple v Samsung jury to face 700+ questions on verdict form

    Premium-Inhalt. Imagine the longest, most complex government form you've ever had to fill out and you start to have an idea what jurors will face as they begin to consider their verdict in the patent infringement case between Apple and Samsung.

  • Outlook.com

    Premium-Inhalt. I bet I'm not the only one out there that wishes they could go back in time and choose a less embarrassing user name for their first email account. If you're like me your first email provider was Hotmail, which remains the dominant email platform to this day.

  • Hong Kong boutique hotel to provide guest services via iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. L'hotel élan in Hong Kong has selected IBM to build an interactive guest service system using the Apple iPad, said Big Blue Monday.

  • RecImg Manager Makes Windows Disk Imaging Easier

    Premium-Inhalt. RecImg Manager is a Metro interface and manager for the new Windows 8 recimg.exe command line utility and the recovery images it creates. Unlike full images, recovery images don't contain or documents, user settings, etc.; these are left alone when a recovery image is created or restore. However, they do contain everything else, and with no differential or incremental options, they are generally quite large.

  • Manage Your Files With System Navigator

    Premium-Inhalt. If you want to move a file from folder A to folder B, or delete a few files here and there, then Windows Explorer has your basic needs covered. But if you want to do a little bit more with your files--share them on your favorite social networks, work with archived files, or secure your files--you need a file manager with a little more oomph. You need a file manager like ExeOne's System Navigator ($35, thirty-day free trial).

  • Smart spending: Saving on IT is easier than you think

    Premium-Inhalt. Companies are always looking for new ways to cut costs, and two key strategies for saving on IT are to extract optimal value from your current contracts and to invest money now to reduce future expenses.

  • Droid Razr HD: Why It's Worth Watching

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola's Droid Razr HD has been making some noise in the tech blogosphere lately, even as the company itself stays quiet.

  • Quest extends access control to unstructured data

    Premium-Inhalt. Extending its line of identity management software, Quest Software has released an application to help administrators more easily control who accesses documents on the corporate network.

  • Is the iPhone a Better Platform for Mobile Ads?

    Premium-Inhalt. More and more content is being consumed on smartphones, which doesn't bode well for online publishers. The shift in Web advertising from desktop to mobile hasn't been an easy one; there's just not a lot of real estate on a tiny smartphone screen for selling or consuming ads.

  • Harvard stores 70 billion books using DNA

    Premium-Inhalt. Harvard researchers have been able to use sequencing technology to store 70 billion copies of a yet-unpublished book in DNA binary code.

  • Add a Snooze Button to Gmail with Snooze Your Email

    Premium-Inhalt. Regular readers know of my mad love for services like and , which let you "snooze" emails you receive so they appear at the top of your inbox at a later time.

  • Crytek Unveils Crysis 3 Multiplayer At Gamescom 2012

    Premium-Inhalt. Electronic Arts used the annual Gamescom convention in Germany to reveal the multiplayer experience for Crysis 3. Developer Crytek, which is based just an hour train ride from Cologne, was on hand to explain how the Hunter mode changes multiplayer up. Rasmus Hoejengarrd. director of creative development at Crytek, talks about whats in store for PC gamers in this exclusive interview.

  • Next-Generation Laptop Touch Keyboards and Touchpads on Their Way From Synaptics

    Premium-Inhalt. The touch experience on laptops is about to get a whole lot better. No, were not talking about again. This time it's about more advanced touch technologies in trackpads and even mechanical keyboards. Touch solutions company Synaptics has debuted the ForcePad, a pressure-sensitive trackpad that recognizes 64 different levels of sensitivity, and its first touch keyboard product, the ThinTouch. Both offerings are designed to support manufacturers quest to make even thinner laptops and as well. Both the , according to , are up-to-40-percent thinner than todays common touchpads and keyboards. (The ForcePad is even thinner than a 3mm slice of cheese!) Those razor-thin 0.8-inch thick Ultrabooks might be able to get even slimmer as a result--or have more room for bigger internal components, such as larger batteries. Windows 7 laptops with multitouch touchpads disappointingly support few gestures. The ForcePad, however, can detect all five fingers at once and when you are applying more pressure from any specific finger. This opens up the universe of gestures and controls possible on your touchpad.

  • Apple not most valuable firm ever, says press watchdog

    Premium-Inhalt. Contrary to most reports, Apple is not yet the most valuable company of all time, according to calculations made by the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR).

  • Massachusetts: Cloud is taxed when there's a software license

    Premium-Inhalt. When are services taxed and when are they not? It's a question that many states across the country are tackling, and Massachusetts is the latest to rule on the issue.

  • General Dynamics buying Fidelis Security for DLP expertise

    Premium-Inhalt. General Dynamics Monday announced plans to acquire Fidelis Systems for an undisclosed amount in an effort to bolster the former's expertise in data-loss prevention (DLP) technologies.

  • SAP sues insurer over Waste Management lawsuit settlement

    Premium-Inhalt. SAP is suing insurer Swiss Re International, claiming that the company has refused to pay its share of an US$80 million settlement with Waste Management, which had brought suit against SAP in 2008 over a troubled software project.

  • Microsoft ends activation 'grace period' with Windows 8

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has ditched the 30-day grace period, a trademark of Windows 7, in the retail copies of Windows 8, mandating that users provide a product key during setup.

  • Mobile users prefer Wi-Fi over cellular for lower cost, speed, reliability

    Premium-Inhalt. Smartphone and tablet users prefer using Wi-Fi over cellular connections, and consider Wi-Fi cheaper, faster, easier to use, more reliable and, even, slightly more secure than cellular.

  • Take a Great Photo Every Time: A Preflight Checklist

    Premium-Inhalt. They say the bumpiest part of any flight is when the human pilot turns off the autopilot and takes over the controls. Photography is similar: Your camera is generally a lot more knowledgeable about exposure controls than you are, and under typical conditions, it'll take better photos than if you tried adjusting the settings yourself. Don't get me wrong--I absolutely recommend . But when you fiddle with your camera, that's when you can accidentally adjust settings incorrectly, leading to a ruined photo. This week: My preflight checklist of things to double-check to make sure your camera is set back to its "default" state for error-free photography.

  • Judge throws out Palmer suit against Infosys

    Premium-Inhalt. A U.S. District Court judge today threw out filed against Infosys brought by former employee Jay Palmer.

  • Plants vs Zombies 2 Release Window Revealed

    Premium-Inhalt. Not much is known about the sequel to one of the best-selling mini-games of all time, . But what we do know is that it is due out in late spring of 2013.

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