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  • Innovations-Center für 3D in Berlin eröffnet

    Fraunhofer HHI und Partner

    Bundeswirtschaftsminister Philipp Rösler hat am Dienstag ein neues 3D Innovation Center in Berlin eröffnet. Auf einem Areal von rund 700 Quadratmetern wollen dort insgesamt 50 Forschungseinrichtungen und Unternehmen die Technologie für die verschiedensten Einsatzgebiete gemeinsam weiterentwickeln. …mehr

  • Lexmark gibt bei Tintenstrahl-Druckern auf

    1700 Jobs weg

    Sinkende Verkäufe zwingen Lexmark zum Ausstieg aus dem traditionsreichen Geschäft mit Tintenstrahl-Druckern und Zubehör. …mehr

  • Diaspora-Gründer geben Kontrolle über Online-Netzwerk ab

    Community pur

    Die "Facebook-Alternative" Diaspora hat sich von ihren letzten kommerziellen Bindungen gelöst und soll künftig allein von den daran interessierten Programmieren weiterentwickelt werden. …mehr

  • Splunk jetzt auch aus der Cloud für die Cloud

    "Splunk Storm"

    Splunk bietet seine Lösung zur Analyse von maschinenerzeugten Big Data jetzt auch via Amazon Web Services (AWS) an.  …mehr

  • Neues LG-Smartphone fordert Galaxy S3 heraus

    LG Optimus G

    LG hat jetzt das Optimus G Lightning offiziell vorgestellt. Anscheinend versucht das Unternehmen mit dem Smartphone den Begriff Superphone neu zu definieren. Die Technik ist jedenfalls neue Spitzenklasse. …mehr

  • Verlagsinhalte machen 7,5 Prozent der Google-Ergebnisse aus

    LSR-Studie

    Die im Internet veröffentlichten Inhalte von Medienverlagen machen nach der Erhebung einer Beratungsfirma 7,5 Prozent aller Einträge in den Suchergebnissen von Google aus. …mehr

  • Yahoo holt sich Startup-Gründerin als Marketing-Chefin

    Kathy Savitt

    Die neue Yahoo-Chefin Marissa Mayer kommt beim Aufbau ihres Führungsteams voran. …mehr

  • Apple will US-Verkaufsstopp für acht Samsung-Smartphones

    Juristischer Kampf

    Apple hat nach dem Erdrutschsieg im kalifornischen Patentprozess gegen Samsung ein Verkaufsverbot für acht Smartphone-Modelle des südkoreanischen Rivalen beantragt. …mehr

  • Bob Mansfield bleibt doch bei Apple

    Ruhestand verschoben

    Eigentlich wollte Hardware-Chef Bob Mansfield Apple den Rücken kehren und sich in den wohlverdienten Ruhestand verabschieden.  …mehr

  • Forefront - Microsofts Sicherheitsprodukte im Überblick

    IT-Sicherheitslösung

    Forefront ist der Sammelbegriff für Microsofts Sicherheitsprodukte. Unter diesem Namen bündelt der Softwarehersteller seit einigen Jahren den Großteil seiner Sicherheitswerkzeuge. In diesem Beitrag geben wir einen Überblick über die einzelnen Module der Forefront-Familie.  …mehr

  • IBM kündigt neue Mainframe-Generation an

    "zEnterprise EC12"

    Die IBM hat unter Mitwirkung von 17 Entwicklungslabors die nächste Generation "zEC12" ihrer Mainframes fertiggestellt.  …mehr

  • Bayerisches Landesamt für Steuern arbeitet beim Logdatenmanagement mit Hadoop und Solr

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Als ideale Plattform zur Speicherung und Verarbeitung von Massendaten hat sich Hadoop im Bayerischen Landesamt für Steuern erwiesen.  …mehr

  • Wie Sie Daten von Social Media integrieren

    Gartner-Ratschläge

    Private Daten von Facebook, Twitter & Co. lassen sich von geschäftlichen kaum noch trennen. Unternehmen können mit Tools diese Daten in ihrem Content Management verbinden.  …mehr

  • Das vernetzte Auto liegt im Trend

    Car IT

    Mit Smartphones und Tablets haben wir uns an die Mobilisierung der IT gewöhnt. Doch nun rollt eine neue Gattung auf uns zu: Die vernetzten Autos, die ans Enterprise Network angebunden werden wollen und Kontakt mit der Cloud suchen. …mehr

  • IBM pumps up high-end mainframe speed, capacity

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM today continued the evolution of its mainframe family by introducing a system it says is 25% faster and has 50% more capacity than the current high-end machine.

  • Netflix factor has university networks creaking under streaming video strain

    Premium-Inhalt. With the return of students to the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth's campus in the fall, the university's network will be required to cope with a huge increase in demand - and the major culprit, according to network systems manager Richard Pacheco, is Netflix.

  • Samsung: Apple engaging in 'outright abuse of patent law, not pursuit of innovation'

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung has issued a memo to its staff, regarding the outcome of the in the US. The memo, which claims that Samsung will "continue to so our utmost until our arguments have been accepted", points to the differing rulings in other countries with respect to the same patent battle, and suggests that Apple's success is based on "the outright abuse of patent law, not the pursuit of innovation", can be read on .

  • Cisco, VMware doing just fine, thank you

    Premium-Inhalt. Just when everyone was , Cisco and VMware say they have expanded their strategic relationship to offer integrated products for cloud infrastructures.

  • Ants Have Used Internet Algorithms for Ages, Don't Act Pretentious About It

    Premium-Inhalt. We all know that ants are amazing biological creations, but it was only recently that researchers discovered that a certain breed of harvester ants (Pogonomyrmex barbatus) behave in a way that is not dissimilar from the way Internet protocols discover how much bandwidth is available for data transfer.

  • Mobile Payment System Isis Looks Set for September Debut

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile payment system Isis, which is supported by the major mobile carriers, appears set for a September debut. This is after several delays, including a change in how the service works.

  • Remains of the Day: No money down

    Premium-Inhalt. The issues with the Apple Store may go all the way to the top, the next iPhone probably won't drop cash for you, and you've never seen anything like Samsung's latest innovation. You're nobody 'til the remainders for Tuesday, August 28, 2012 love you.

  • What's behind the broken banks?

    Premium-Inhalt. Hardly a day goes by without a story about the UK banking community messing up in some way or other. Some of the highest profile stories of the year have been around banks side-stepping regulation and fixing the markets for their own benefit.

  • New BlackBerry 10 Devices Impress - But Can They Save RIM?

    Premium-Inhalt. You may not have noticed, but BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) has been on a media blitz during the past few weeks, showing off its upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphones to select reporters and bloggers in"off-the-record" demonstrations.

  • Unpatched Java vulnerability exploited in Blackhole-based attacks

    Premium-Inhalt. Attacks targeting an unpatched vulnerability in the latest versions of Java 7 have become widespread after an exploit for the new flaw was integrated into the popular Blackhole attack toolkit, according to security researchers from antivirus vendor Kaspersky Lab.

  • Syracuse University Faculty Makes Red-Hot Lava, No Volcano Required

    Premium-Inhalt. I remember a time when paper maché volcanos were the coolest things ever. Those days are gone now. As , two faculty members at Syracuse University made the decision to craft actual, homebrew molten rock and .

  • Mozilla acts as plumber, plugs add-on memory leaks with Firefox 15

    Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla today launched Firefox 15, boasting that users will see "drastic improvements in performance" because of new code that stops add-ons from leaking memory.

  • VMworld 2012: New VMware Horizon Suite delivers apps, data to any device

    Premium-Inhalt. VMWare Tuesday pulled the wraps off its mobility platform, Horizon Suite, showing how it can securely deliver workers the set of applications and data they need regardless of the devices they use including iPads and iPhones even those that are owned by employees.

  • AMD plucks new graphics executive from Intel

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday said it had hired former Intel researcher John Gustafson as the chief architect for graphics products, continuing an executive shuffle among chip companies.

  • LG's Game World Will Bring Video Games to Cinema 3D Smart TVs

    Premium-Inhalt. LG that it will be launching a new Smart TV game portal called Game World in the second half of this year. Game World is exclusively for , and will offer free and paid games, some of which will be in 3D.

  • Six ways to protect against the new actively exploited Java vulnerability

    Premium-Inhalt. Security researchers have proposed several methods for users to protect their computers from ongoing attacks that target a new and yet-to-be-patched vulnerability in all versions of Java Runtime Environment 7.

  • Internal Oracle document details HCM software strategy plans

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle is intent on taking an ample share of the increasingly hot HCM (human capital management) software market, and a new internal document describes its battle plan.

  • Smartphones selling faster globally than expected

    Premium-Inhalt. Smartphones are selling faster than previously predicted by IHS iSuppli and will make up more than half of global cell phone shipments next year.

  • AMD trying to bridge the gap between x86 and ARM

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices is taking steps to bridge the gap between x86 and ARM processors, and hopes to build a foundation from which programs will operate on mobile devices like tablets independent of architecture, the company's chief technology officer, Mark Papermaster, said in an interview.

  • VMware Shares Vision, Looks to Horizon

    Premium-Inhalt. Whereas last year had VMware watchers buzzing about Project Octopus, Project Horizon, Project AppBlast and other point solutions, this year it's about Project Horizon Suite, which brings those capabilities and others together into a comprehensive integrated platform for managing a mobile workforce.

  • vCloud vs. vSphere: VMware explains security changes

    Premium-Inhalt. In unveiling its at its annual conference this week, VMware took pains to explain how the security model for it differs significantly from that of its existing vSphere operating system both in terms of functionality and naming conventions.

  • Mac classics: Twenty one years later, still using Photoshop

    Premium-Inhalt. It was August 1991, I was 23, and I had a plane ticket that would take me from New Haven to Seattle. I was ready to shake off my college town, having already spent a year longer there than I'd intended after graduating from Yale with a degree in graphic design. I was headed to the Pacific Northwest with my mad skills as a typesetter, layout artist, imagesetting expert, computer programmer, Internet guru (seriously, even in 1991), and Mac troubleshooter, with a portfolio full of projects and a plan to apply for jobs at the top design studios in the Northwest.

  • FAA to Reconsider In-Flight Rules for Electronic Devices

    Premium-Inhalt. The FAA said that the working group, to be comprised of government, industry and consumer representatives, will explore an array of safety factors relating to the use of the devices and the potential for interference with critical radio frequencies in use by the flight crew, suggesting that the current rules are overly restrictive.

  • IPad management, security crucial in hospital tablet roll out

    Premium-Inhalt. Tablets, especially iPads, have become a way of life at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, which now issues the tablets to incoming medical students and just last month, the hospital's Department of Emergency Medicine said it's giving iPads to all 18 of its resident physicians as part of a patient-care initiative.

  • Cloud-based business continuity more than a Vision for specialist manufacturer

    Premium-Inhalt. M&I Materials, the manufacturer of specialist materials for industry and science, has deployed a cloud-based business continuity system for its mission critical business platforms.

  • Reports: Google Fiber uptake faces roadblocks in less affluent Kansas City neighborhoods

    Premium-Inhalt. The digital divide in Kansas City appears to be alive and well despite Google's best efforts, as recent reports from the indicate that the search giant's ultra-fast Google Fiber service might not come to poorer neighborhoods anytime soon.

  • Facebook, CNN Team Up to Crunch Real-Time Election Buzz on Social Networks

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook and CNN will team up to deliver real-time intelligence on how many people are talking about the candidates for president and vice president.

  • Kindle-exclusive e-books get lots of business

    Premium-Inhalt. Kindle-exclusive books have been purchased, downloaded or borrowed more than 100 million times, Amazon announced Tuesday.

  • Office 365 Earns High Marks in Education, Struggles in Enterprise

    Premium-Inhalt. Office 365 celebrated its first birthday in July, and the cloud service has attracted an impressive list of educational customers over the last year. But when it comes to gaining traction in the enterprise, the picture is far less encouraging for Microsoft.

  • 4 Strategies for Managing Junior IT Professionals

    Premium-Inhalt. Spring and summer school sessions have ended, and, if you're like a number of organizations around the globe, you have a giant pile of resumes and just a handful of openings for some fresh faces to join your firm at the bottom rungs of the corporate ladder. Hiring the right person is a difficult process, but managing the new employees--or, let's be honest, managing any employee--is even more challenging. Nobody sets out to be a bad manager, but that transformation can happen over time if your policies and your behavior are left unchecked.

  • Check Point President : We are 'The Big Security' player

    Premium-Inhalt. In India, Check Point is better known for its hardware appliances and end-point security than as a vendor that cuts across security products including GRC, DLP, etc. Is that the aim or is that something you want to change?

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