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  • Intel kappt Prognosen für das dritte Quartal

    Umsatz- und Gewinnwarnung

    Der weltgrößte Chiphersteller Intel wird pessimistischer. …mehr

  • Twitter kündigt @Anywhere ab

    Stattdessen Twitter for Websites

    Das Framework @Anywhere ist aus Sicht von Twitter überflüssig geworden und wird deswegen abgekündigt.  …mehr

  • "Auf Wiedersehen Wunderkit"

    Doch keine Wunderkinder

    Das Berliner Start-up 6Wunderkinder stellt seine zum Start hochgejazzte Collaboration-Plattform "Wunderkit" sang- und klanglos ein.  …mehr

  • Stadtteilwährung per NFC und QR-Code

    Pilotprojekt in Dresden

    Im Stadtteil Dresden Neustadt gibt es seit Anfang Juli ein bargeldloses Bezahlsystem, das Anwohnern und Touristen das Bezahlen mit dem Smartphone erlaubt.  …mehr

  • Behörden müssen mehr Informationen ins Netz stellen

    Schaar

    Der gesetzliche Rechtsanspruche auf Zugang zu amtlichen Informationen wird in Deutschland nur selten geltend gemacht. Der Bundesbeauftragte für die Informationsfreiheit fordert deswegen mehr Offenheit von Seiten der Behörden. …mehr

  • Alcatel-Lucent vor weiterem Umbau

    Patente besser ausbeuten

    Der kriselnde französische Telekomausrüster Alcatel-Lucent will einem Pressebericht zufolge das Ruder herumreißen. …mehr

  • Cloud Readiness Assessment von T-Systems ebnet Weg für SAP-Betrieb in der Cloud

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Das südafrikanische Fertigungsunternehmen Consol hat sich bei seinem Weg in Cloud für die standardisierten Werkzeuge und Methoden von T-Systems als Begleiter entschieden. Das Projekt tritt zum diesjährigen "Best-in-Cloud-Award" der Computerwoche an.  …mehr

  • Bitrix24 kombiniert Intranet mit Social-Web-Funktionen

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Mit Bitrix24 bietet der gleichnamige Hersteller Existenzgründern, Startups und kleineren Unternehmen ein Social Intranet als Cloud-Service an. Die Lösung geht ins Rennen um den diesjährigen "Best-in-Cloud-Award" der COMPUTERWOCHE.  …mehr

  • Amazon bringt den Kindle Fire erstmals nach Deutschland

    Neue E-Reader

    Der weltgrößte Online-Einzelhändler Amazon bringt sein Tablet "Kindle Fire" erstmals nach Deutschland. …mehr

  • Apple arbeitet an Internet-Radio

    "Wall Street Journal"

    Apple arbeitet laut einem Zeitungsbericht an einem Internet-Radio, um seine starke Rolle im Musikgeschäft gegen neue Rivalen zu verteidigen. …mehr

  • Richtige Verhaltensweise nach IT-Angriffen

    IT-Forensik

    Wenn es zu einem IT-Zwischenfall in Ihrer Firma kommt, gilt zunächst: Keine Panik. Anschließend sollten Sie nicht selbst Detektiv spielen, sondern einen IT-Forensiker beauftragen. Wir sagen Ihnen, was zu tun ist, wenn der Hacker zuschlägt.  …mehr

  • Facebook schließt Instagram-Kauf ab

    Stärkung bei Smartphones

    Das bei den Börsianern in Ungnade gefallene Soziale Netzwerk Facebook bekommt etwas Aufwind: Endlich ist der im April angekündigte Kauf des Fotodienstes Instagram in trockenen Tüchern. …mehr

  • Exchange Server 2010 - rollenbasierte Berechtigungen und Delegierung

    Praxis-Workshop

    Mit Exchange Server 2010 hat Microsoft das Berechtigungsmodell deutlich überarbeitet. Der folgende Beitrag beschäftigt sich praxisnah mit Verwaltungsrollen und erläutert Schritt für Schritt den Umgang mit den rollenbasierten Berechtigungen. …mehr

  • So drucken Sie günstiger

    Sparen beim Ausdrucken

    Bei Farbdruckern spielen Verbrauchskosten eine wichtige Rolle – schnell ist da viel Geld verschenkt. Das muss allerdings nicht sein. Mit ein paar einfachen Tricks reduzieren Sie Ihre Druckkosten erheblich!  …mehr

  • Wenn Mitarbeiter abgeworben werden

    Führungstipp

    In Zeiten des IT-Fachkräftemangels sind gute Mitarbeiter rar. Ein Unternehmer klagt: "Immer wieder werden mir gute Mitarbeiter vom Wettbewerb abgeworben - wie kann ich das verhindern?"  …mehr

  • „Big Data kommt schneller als man denkt“

    EMCs Kunden- und Partnerkonferenz 2012

    Auf EMCs jährlichen Kunden- und Partnerkonferenz erläuterten hochrangige Manager des Unternehmens, wie sie sich die EMC-Zukunft vorstellen. Wenig überraschend spielen hier Cloud und Big Data dominante Rollen. Das Partnergeschäft soll massiv ausgebaut werden. …mehr

  • Operative Cockpits beschleunigen Abläufe

    SAP effizienter machen

    Mitarbeiter brauchen die richtigen Informationen zur richtigen Zeit am richtigen Ort, um die richtigen Entscheidungen zu treffen. Dabei helfen können operative Cockpits im SAP-System, wie folgende Beispiele zeigen.  …mehr

  • Die nützlichsten Apps für das iPad

    Office, Filesharing, Präsentationen

    Lesen Sie, welche Apps Ihnen die tägliche Arbeit mit Apples Tablet erleichtern können. …mehr

  • Datenberge auf vier Rädern

    Big Data und Autos

    Telematiksysteme und immer mehr Computerchips verschärfen das Problem der Datenmassen für die Automobilindustrie. Um die Informationen schneller zu analysieren, kann die Industrie das Watson-System von IBM nutzen.  …mehr

  • Apple mulls licensing radio streaming service, report says

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple is considering licensing a custom radio streaming service similar to Pandora, according to a report in Thursday's Wall Street Journal.

  • UK to decide on NASA hacker extradition by Oct. 16

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.K.'s Home Office will decide by Oct. 16 whether to block the extradition to the U.S. of Gary McKinnon, who has admitted to hacking into U.S. government computers, McKinnon's attorney said on Thursday.

  • Huawei urges world to step back from online 'Wild West'

    Premium-Inhalt. Huawei may have been barred by the Australian federal government from National Broadband Network (NBN) deals on , but the Chinese vendor has invited governments to review its security capabilities in a new white paper.

  • IDC: Storage spending defied economic woes in Q2

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprises continued to buy more storage in the second quarter despite economic woes in many parts of the world, driving total disk storage system revenue up 8.0 percent from a year earlier, according to research company IDC.

  • Download Instagram photos in bulk with 4K stogram

    Premium-Inhalt. Type in an Instagram username, and instantly download their image feed. It's not often I can describe 100% of an application's functionality in a single sentence, but when it comes to free utility 4K Stogram, I just did.

  • Remains of the Day: That ship has sailed

    Premium-Inhalt. Nokia's marketing is looking increasingly like, well, marketing. Elsewhere, FedEx prepares for a deluge of packages, there's no use crying over broken glass, and Tim Cook and Jonathan Ive make a dynamic duo. The remainders for Friday, September 7, 2012 are getting out of town on a boat goin' to Southern islands.

  • Rein in your inbox and schedule email reminders with Right Inbox

    Premium-Inhalt. Send an email sometime on the weekend, and by the time Monday rolls around, it will be buried under a pile of other emails crowding your recipient's inbox. But what if you don't have time to send the email at just the right moment for it to be seen? If you're using Gmail, Right Inbox can do that for you. This service ($5/month or $39/year, free feature-limited demo) can also track sent emails and report when the recipient opened them, and remind you about emails that haven't received a reply so you can follow up.

  • Take realistic Driving Speed 2 racing game for a spin

    Premium-Inhalt. Feel like going for a drive? To play a racing game that's realistic, but not as gruelingly so as , take Driving Speed 2 (free) for a spin. Driving Speed 2 feels a bit more like a game, although your car can still easily drift and spin out of control.

  • Google Doodle celebrates Star Trek Anniversary

    Premium-Inhalt. The 46th anniversary of the cult TV show Star Trek is Saturday but Google's with a whimsical animated interactive "doodle" posted to its main search page Friday.

  • Learn Gmail keyboard shortcuts with KeyRocket for Chrome

    Premium-Inhalt. Keyboard shortcuts are awesome-sauce. Anytime you can keep your hands on your keys instead of reaching for the mouse, you're saving precious seconds.

  • Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks hit multiyear highs, though some retreat

    Premium-Inhalt. The tech-heavy Nasdaq retreated a bit Friday after a rally Thursday in which the exchange touched its highest point since 2000, after the dot-com bubble burst and tech stocks started their descent.

  • Amazon aims for iPad with Kindle Fire HD

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazons Jeff Bezos made it very clear when he announced the on Thursday: the company is gunning for the tablet market leader by a long stretch.

  • HP names Microsoft exec as head of Autonomy software division

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard has found new leadership for its Autonomy information management software division in the form of Microsoft executive Robert Youngjohns, HP announced Friday.

  • Itanium fans cheer Oracle's return after slamming its choice to stop porting

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle did the right thing this week when it pledged to resume porting its software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium-based servers, but it should never have pulled that support from a critical platform as it did in March 2011, according to users and analysts.

  • The last iPhone 5 rumor rollup, for the week ending Sept. 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's mailing of and the number "5" shadowed under the number "12" pretty much confirm that next Wednesday we'll see the sixth generation of the , which some people, with little else to do, have been waiting for since early 2011. Traditionally, meaning for all two years we've been doing this, The Rollup offers our own best guess on what the Next iPhone will be like.

  • IT employment continues to gain

    Premium-Inhalt. WASHINGTON -- IT employment increased last month, and there may be signs in the latest data of high demand for some specific IT occupations.

  • 5 Steps to Ensure Your Cloud Provider Is Ready for Ediscovery

    Premium-Inhalt. Identifying, retrieving, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) in response to a subpoena can be a time-consuming and costly business. Processing just one gigabyte of data in response to an electronic discovery (ediscovery) request can cost at least $30,000, according to the .

  • Nokia's 920 Windows 8 smartphone: Early returns are in

    Premium-Inhalt. The early returns/opinions are in on the Nokia Lumia 920--expected to reach retailers in --and they declare the new flagship smartphone for Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system a winner.

  • Critics concerned trade agreement will include SOPA language

    Premium-Inhalt. As the U.S. and eight other nations negotiate a wide-ranging trade agreement, several digital rights groups said they're concerned that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will bring back controversial copyright-enforcement provisions pushed by some U.S. policymakers in recent years.

  • Walking Dead for iPhone and iPad

    Premium-Inhalt. is an acclaimed comic book series and television show about survivors dealing with a zombie outbreak in the American South. It's about human relationships, the strain put on these bonds by the need to survive, and the fact that the walking dead might not be the most monstrous things stumbling around this planet. These aspects of the comic series are all handled with equal grace by seasoned adventure-game developers . With for iPhone and iPad, Telltale once again demonstrates that its team knows how to create compelling characters, unique worlds, and an interactive experience that's as intense as it is memorable.

  • GM to hire 10,000 IT pros as it 'insources' work

    Premium-Inhalt. General Motors, which is insourcing the majority of its IT work, Friday said it is hiring 500 IT positions in Austin to staff a new "innovation center."

  • Elite hacker gang has unlimited supply of zero-day bugs

    Premium-Inhalt. An elite hacker group targeting defense industry sub-contractors has an inexhaustible supply of zero-days, or vulnerabilities that have yet to be publicized, much less patched, Symantec said today.

  • Amazon Kindle Fire HD: what you need to know

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon has finally announced the long-awaited Kindle Fire in the UK. Here's everything you need to know about the flagship HD version which will be released on 25th October. See .

  • If you don't really need Java, get rid of it

    Premium-Inhalt. Got Java? Even if you've applied the urgent out-of-band patch from Oracle, you may want to . It turns out that the patch has its own flaws that make Java vulnerable to new attacks.

  • To avoid Dutch Galaxy ban, Samsung says Android's multitouch software is not as good as Apple's

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the name of Rutger Kleemans, a lawyer for Apple, was misspelled in the 13th paragraph of the story, "To avoid Dutch Galaxy ban, Samsung says Android's multitouch software is not as good as Apple's," posted Friday.

  • Northern Grid's new £8.3m BT network suffers major service disruption

    Premium-Inhalt. The Northern Grid for Learning, which recently awarded an to provide broadband services to schools and local authorities in the North East, has been experiencing major service issues over the past few days.

  • Mobile security threats rise

    Premium-Inhalt. Security threats to your mobile device lurk as , fraudulent lures such as , and , but they're all becoming favorites of digital crooks as people move away from using PCs and toward smartphones and tablets, according to a new report.

  • To avoid Dutch Galaxy ban, Samsung says Android's multitouch software is not as good as Apple's

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung has claimed that the way Android's multitouch software works is not as good as Apple's, in a bid to avoid a recall and ban on sales of its Android smartphones in a patent dispute with Apple in the Netherlands.

  • Taxpayers subsidizing Google Fiber project

    Premium-Inhalt. The underway in the Kansas City area is offering 5 Mbps Internet access for free and 1 Gbps access for $70 a month, among other major benefits.

  • The Week in iOS Apps: Hulk out!

    Premium-Inhalt. This weeks roundup of iOS apps offers ways to Hulk out, enjoy the start of football season, and carefully plan your divorce. Yeah, that last ones a bummerbut also a reminder of how the iPhone and iPad are creeping into every nook and cranny of our lives.

  • Intel to push mobility in fractured PC, tablet market

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel will make a major mobile push at the Intel Developer Forum next week as the company tries to remain relevant in a market where tablets and smartphones are becoming an alternative to PCs for everyday computing.

  • Firefox 15.0.1 fixes bug that exposed websites visited in private browsing mode

    Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla released Firefox 15.0.1 on Thursday in order to fix a bug that potentially exposed the websites visited by users while in "Private Browsing" mode.

  • Why smartphones need more protection than 'not-smartphones'

    Premium-Inhalt. A from the Pew Internet and American Life Project finds that smartphones are at greater risk for privacy breaches than traditional flip or feature mobile phones. That seems like an obvious conclusion that needed a study about as much as we need research on whether or not water is wet or ice is cold.

  • Nokia Lumia 920 announced, but when will it ship?

    Premium-Inhalt. Although Nokia announced its next flagship phone, the before all its competitors, the actual release date may still be two months away.

  • The Kowala transforms your iPad into a lapboard and easel

    Premium-Inhalt. With all this , you have to stop and wonder why someone would create a shell that makes the current iPad not only bigger, but heavier. And yet thats exactly what has done with the $79 , an iPad lapboard for artists and workers alikeand its surprisingly good.

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