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  • VMware kehrt zum alten Lizenzmodell zurück

    VMworld 2012

    Zu seinem Einstand machte der neue VMware-CEO Pat Gelsinger den Kunden ein Geschenk und verkündete das Ende der umstrittenen vRAM-Lizenzierung. Außerdem wurde auf der VMworld 2012 Version 5.1 der "vCloud Suite" vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • Erste Unternehmens-Funktionen für Google+

    Apps for Business

    Für seinen Social Layer Google+ bietet Google nun auch Funktionen an, die nur für Unternehmen mit Google Apps for Business zur Verfügung stehen (und sinnvoll sind).  …mehr

  • HANA in der Praxis

    CIO-Webcast

    Echtzeit-Datenverarbeitung - so heißt die Herausforderung der Zeit für jedes Unternehmen. Denn wenn tatsächlich gilt, dass im Geschäftsalltag "die Schnellen die Langsamen fressen", wird Business Intelligence ein Muss.  …mehr

  • Mehr Quadratmeter, aber die Ausstellerzahl stagniert

    IFA

    Die diesjährige Technik-Messe IFA ist seit April ausgebucht, doch die Ausstellerzahl stagniert. …mehr

  • Google hofft nun auf den Bundestag

    Leistungsschutzrecht

    Aus Sicht von Google ist heute "ein schwarzer Tag für das Internet in Deutschland".  …mehr

  • AVM zeigt neue LTE-Fritz!Box 6810 und mehr

    IFA

    Für AVM ist die IFA in Berlin ein Heimspiel. Im Messegepäck hat die Firma aus Moabit unter anderem die neue LTE-Fritz!Box "6810".  …mehr

  • SMS-Nachfolger Joyn in Deutschland gestartet

    Vodafone

    Der Text- und Video-Chat-Dienst Joyn soll mittelfristig die SMS ersetzen. Das kündigten die Netzbetreiber Telekom, Vodafone und O2 im Januar 2012 an.  …mehr

  • Der Trend geht bald zu "Bring Your Own IT"

    Gartner

    Die Marktforschungs- und Beratungsfirma Gartner erwartet, dass "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) das Client-Computing in Unternehmen ähnlich revolutionär verändern wird wie einst die Einführung des PCs.  …mehr

  • Entwurf für neues Leistungsschutzrecht beschlossen

    Bundeskabinett

    Presseverlage sollen das ausschließliche Recht erhalten, ihre Erzeugnisse zu gewerblichen Zwecken im Internet öffentlich zugänglich zu machen.  …mehr

  • Unterhaltungselektronik vor großen Herausforderungen

    Bitkom

    Der Verkauf von TV-Geräten in Deutschland brummt wie nie zuvor. …mehr

  • Gigaset setzt strategisch auf Android und Cloud

    IFA

    Der gebeutelte Schnurlostelefon-Hersteller Gigaset setzt längerfristig auf das mobile Google-Betriebssystem Android und eine offene Plattform auf Cloud-Basis.  …mehr

  • Firefox bekommt Hintergrund-Updates

    Version 15

    Nach Google Chrome wird Firefox der zweite namhafte Browser, der sich mit "Silent Updates" selbst auf dem aktuellen Stand hält.  …mehr

  • Messe startet mit erstem Pressetag - Fernseher mit Internet im Fokus

    IFA

    Die Elektronik-Branche versammelt sich ab Mittwoch in wirtschaftlich schwieriger Zeit zu ihrer weltgrößten Messe IFA in Berlin. …mehr

  • Entscheidung über Samsung-Verkaufsstopp nicht vor Dezember

    US-Patentprozess

    Samsung hat nach der schweren Niederlage im US-Patentprozess gegen Apple erst einmal mehrere Monate Zeit gewonnen. …mehr

  • Datenschutz nur aus Image-Gründen

    Studie des TÜV Süd

    Nur jede dritte Firma prüft, ob Mitarbeiter Datenschutzrichtlinien einhalten. Schlecht steht es laut Studie bei vielen um fixierte Regeln und Krisen-Management.  …mehr

  • Leistungsschutzrecht für Verlage heute im Bundeskabinett

    Neuer Referentenentwurf

    Verlage und Internet-Anbieter streiten weiter über das von der Regierung geplante Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverlage. Vor diesem Hintergrund berät das Bundeskabinett am Mittwoch über einen Entwurf des Justizministeriums.  …mehr

  • Die schlechtesten Photoshop-Bilder - reloaded

    Bildbearbeitungs-Pannen

    Drei Hände, ein Bein und kein Spiegelbild – peinliche Photoshop-Pannen machen Models zu Monstern. Wir decken die 50 schlechtesten Bildmontagen auf.  …mehr

  • Sabre verbindet In-Memory- und Big-Data-Technologie

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Tausende von Buchungsanfragen pro Sekunde - das ist das Geschäft von Sabre. Unter der Bezeichnung "BigMemory" implementierte der weltweit agierende Technologie-Lieferant für die Reisebranche innerhalb von zwei Monaten eine hochverfügbare Big Data Plattform.  …mehr

  • Die sechs Tücken des Testdaten-Managements

    Softwaretests

    Viele Unternehmen testen noch auf Produktionsdaten. Dabei ist es sicherer und billiger, spezielle Testdaten zu selektieren. Der Markt bietet dafür auch Lösungen an. Aber das Testdaten-Management ist nicht ganz ohne.  …mehr

  • Lizenzbedingungen von Oracle

    Ratgeber Softwarelizenzen

    Wer in Sachen Server-CPU und Virtualisierungstechnik auf Oracle-fremde Produkte setzt, muss tiefer in die Tasche greifen. Laut den Lizenzregeln greifen dann ungünstigere Metriken und Multiplikatoren.  …mehr

  • Keine Kürzung von Zeitguthaben

    Arbeitszeitkonto auf dem Prüfstand

    Der Arbeitgeber darf nur unter bestimmten Bedingungen eine Verrechnung des ausgewiesenen Zeitguthabens mit Minusstunden vornehmen.  …mehr

  • Wann sich Office aus der Cloud lohnt

    Die wahren Kosten von Office 365

    Nach dem Berechnungsbeispiel für ein kleines Unternehmen stellt sich die Frage, unter welchen Bedingungen sich der Einsatz von Microsoft Office 365 auch in mittelständischen und großen Unternehmen lohnt.  …mehr

  • Stiefkind Application Management

    Ausfälle werden teuer

    Nur eine Minderheit der Unternehmen misst laut Aberdeen die Performance geografisch verteilter Anwendungen. Folge: Anwender klagen über lange Reaktionszeiten. …mehr

  • Wer nachfasst, gewinnt Aufträge!

    Freiberufler

    Viele Freiberufler drücken sich nach der Angebotserstellung selbst die Daumen - und tun ansonsten nichts. Experten raten: Nach Angebotserstellungen immer Nachfassen! Ein Buch verrät, wie. …mehr

  • MIPS looks to challenge ARM's tablet dominance with smaller CPU

    Premium-Inhalt. MIPS Technologies hopes to challenge ARM in the market for high-end tablets and smartphones with an upcoming processor design it presented at the Hot Chips conference in Silicon Valley on Tuesday.

  • Music streaming app Grooveshark back for Android

    Premium-Inhalt. The music streaming application Grooveshark is available again for Android devices 16 months after it was removed by Google from its application market.

  • Why Vodafone may pass on Digital Dividend auction

    Premium-Inhalt. Vodafone Hutchison Australia may not need 700MHz spectrum from next year's Digital Dividend auction, according to spectrum experts. The number three telco, which is still deciding whether to bid, might already have enough spectrum to support its 4G expansion plans, the experts said.

  • Remains of the Day: My word is my Bond

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple didn't use one of its prominent patents in the suit against Samsung, the iPhone may soon play wireless audio in a whole new way, and James Bond's going to have a hard time coming up with a pun for "Xperia." The remainders for Wednesday, August 29, 2012 are shaken, not stirred.

  • HP-Oracle Itanium ruling becomes final, sets case toward jury trial

    Premium-Inhalt. A California judge's order that Oracle must keep porting its software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium platform is now final, setting the stage for a jury trial over whether Oracle breached a contract with HP and what damages it may need to pay.

  • 10 CIOs Crowned Compensation Champs

    Premium-Inhalt. Among the 1,000 biggest public companies in the United States, 45 CIOs were rewarded highly enough last year to be included in the proxy statements required by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which explain how the top five company executives are paid.

  • Testing home routers for World IPv6 launch

    Premium-Inhalt. The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) hosted its fourth IPv6 Customer Edge (CE) Router Interoperability Test Event the week of April 16 at its facility in Durham, N.H., bringing together both users and suppliers of home router equipment. The goal was to gain perspective on the current status of IPv6 interoperability against the Internet Engineering Task Force's (IETF) Basic Requirements for IPv6 Customer Edge Routers and support the Internet Society's (ISOC) World IPv6 Launch. Eight vendors -- Broadcom, CHT-TL IPv6 Testing Lab, D-Link, NDM Systems, Motorola Mobility LLC, Netgear, Time Warner and ZyXEL -- tested ten router implementations using publicly routable IPv6 addresses.

  • Leaked document details iPhone 5 components

    Premium-Inhalt. The components for Apple's new iPhone that have been leaked online appear to be legitimate.

  • Leaky web sites provide trail of clues about corporate executives

    Premium-Inhalt. You can read about Zappos' CEO Tony Hsieh on the company's Web site-- about how he sold his first company, LinkExchange to Microsoft in 1999, at the age of 24, and joined Zappos as an advisor and investor, eventually rising to the company's top post. What you might not learn is that Tony is an exercise enthusiast who gets his gear from Nikeplus.com, watches his favorite shows on the Internet streaming site Hulu, keeps up with his friends on Facebook and checks the value of his Amazon.com stock (Amazon bought Zappos in 2009) at Marketwatch.com. That lesser known information about Hsieh -- a treasure trove for hackers -- is public, all the same: leaked from e-commerce and social networking sites linked to the CEO's @zappos.com e-mail address.

  • US Republicans back Internet 'freedom'

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Republican Party has approved a policy statement that focuses on removing regulations and protects personal data on the Internet.

  • 'Lazy' Employees Can Fix Your Social Woes, Says Yammer Co-Founder

    Premium-Inhalt. If your organization's social media initiatives have fizzled more than fostered debate, don't despair: yours isn't the only one. Social media has taken the mainstream by storm, but its adoption in the business world has been more uneven. Why is the road to better internal discussion often so rocky?

  • The Week in iOS Accessories: Style edition

    Premium-Inhalt. This weeks roundup of iOS gear has a focus on styleheck, even your dock-connector cables can be snazzy. Here are the new accessories weve come across this week.

  • Looking for the perfect iPhone case

    Premium-Inhalt. Few iPhone owners are so bold as to leave their elegant hardware unsheathed against the rigors of everyday life, which is too bad because most iPhone cases defeat the Apple aesthetic: It is pretty much the case (pun intended) that the tougher the case, the less elegant your iPhone will look.

  • Survey: One-third of Americans believe "the cloud" is related to the weather, not tech

    Premium-Inhalt. seems to be a buzzword in tech, but it's misunderstood by a majority of regular Americans too, according to results of a new survey sponsored by Citrix.

  • Juniper dumps BitGravity CDN tech

    Premium-Inhalt. Juniper Networks is reportedly dropping the BitGravity content delivery networking (CDN) technology it and refocusing its CDN efforts.

  • VMware CEO Paul Maritz Leaves Behind a Vision of IT Transformation

    Premium-Inhalt. Friday marks the end of an era, as outgoing VMware CEO Paul Maritz hands the reins to incoming CEO Pat Gelsinger.

  • DOJ drops charges against websites seized for 17 months

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Department of Justice has dropped its case against two Spanish websites that stream sports events nearly 17 months after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement seized the sites and shut them down for alleged copyright violations.

  • Will cloud computing kick the IT door in for women?

    Premium-Inhalt. Poke your head into most data centers today and youre bound to notice a distinct gender gap. While women still represent only a fraction of IT workers today, some experts believe that cloud computing will offer the wedge in the door that women need to equalize staffing numbers.

  • 12 career tips from tech CEOs

    Premium-Inhalt. It's a long way from mowing lawns and washing windows to the CEO's office, but today's tech titans haven't forgotten where they started in the working world. When Network World asked tech CEOs to talk about their first jobs, more than 30 obliged ( to read about their experiences making licorice, cleaning hotel rooms, shoveling monkey cages, and scuba diving). They also offered advice for newcomers in the working world. Here's what they had to say:

  • Enable Flash in Chrome Only When You Want It With FlashControl

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe Flash is slowly being replaced with HTML5, but many websites still use Flash for videos, banners, and games. Flash videos and animations take up resources, and may even make your browser unresponsive. And of course, they also move and bounce around, sometimes making it difficult to focus on what you're trying to read. FlashControl (free) offers a simple solution, letting you selectively enable Flash in Google Chrome.

  • Get a Free Sharepoint-Style Workspace for Your Business

    Premium-Inhalt. If your business employs more than a few people, it's a good bet you've got project-management problems.

  • SGP's Dresden Klaus 9i offers basic protection for your iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. When it comes to iPad bags, sometimes less is more. After all, whats the point of having a tablet if you have to carry it around in a big, bulky bag? SGPs $75 messenger-style bag is a good solution for those seeking sleek, simple, no-frills functionality.

  • Start8 beta restores Start button to Windows 8, sidesteps Start menu

    Premium-Inhalt. Stardock today released a beta version of its "Start8" utility that restores a Start button to the desktop of Windows 8.

  • Samsung unveils Windows 8 mobile devices, updates Note

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics took the wraps off new Android and Windows devices here at IFA in Berlin on Wednesday, showing off a bigger, faster Note tablet, a new Galaxy Camera, and smartphones and tablets running Windows 8.

  • Death of ERP as we know it

    Premium-Inhalt. ERP systems are used throughout most large enterprises, with SAP and Oracle accounting for 80% or more of the installed based in regulated sectors such as pharma and energy. But these same systems, with their million development budgets and long learning curves, have been singularly unsuccessful in smaller enterprises.

  • Lockdown Facebook Photo Albums: Hands-on with McAfee Social Protection App

    Premium-Inhalt. McAfee's latest Facebook app, called , lets users create protected Facebook albums that are viewable only to the users they choose to share with. The app is now officially in beta, which means using your Facebook account.

  • Motorola, Verizon set to launch Droid Razr M smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. Motorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless have scheduled a press conference for Sept. 5 in New York City, reportedly to unveil a new Droid Razr M smartphone.

  • Salesforce.com's next release to feature Chatter updates, new third-party app integration tools

    Premium-Inhalt. Salesforce.com has revealed details of what's coming in its next major product update, Winter '13, in a set of recently posted on its website.

  • Oracle knew about currently exploited Java vulnerabilities for months, researcher says

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle knew since April about the existence of the two unpatched Java 7 vulnerabilities that are currently being exploited in malware attacks, according to Adam Gowdiak, the founder and CEO of Polish security firm Security Explorations.

  • Samsung launches Windows 8 ATIV line with new smartphone, three tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung announced an ambitious line of Windows 8 mobile devices using the ATIV name on Wednesday, including an ATIV S smartphone with a 4.8-in. HD display and three tablet PCs.

  • Samsung unveils Windows 8 mobile devices, updates Note

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics took the wraps off new Android and Windows devices here at IFA in Berlin on Wednesday, showing off a bigger, faster Note tablet, a new Galaxy Camera, and smartphones and tablets running Windows 8.

  • 'Project HellFire' Demonstrates Need for Stronger Passwords

    Premium-Inhalt. In the wake of news that the on charges related to attacks against Sony Pictures, a new team of hackers is making headlines. Team GhostShell has published over a million hacked records, and it promises there's more to come.

  • Compare and synchronize PC files easily with FreeFileSync

    Premium-Inhalt. As hard drives start to get bigger, it becomes more and more convenient to become digital packrats, stuffing files left, right and center into folders and assuming that they will be safe forever. But some of those files may be important, so what if your hard drive suddenly fails and you can't access those important files anymore? It can and will happen. So that's where backup and synchronization techniques come into play and one app that could help you out in this area is FreeFileSync (free).

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