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Meldungen vom 10.09.2012

  • Vom Sonderzeichen zum Zeichensatz

    PopChar X 6.0

    Seit nunmehr 25 Jahren gehört PopChar von Ergonis Software aus Österreich zu den Mac-Hilfsprogrammen, auf die Layouter und Grafiker nur ungern verzichten.  …mehr

  • Neue Anwendungen schneller integrieren mit SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions

    CW-Webcast

    IT-Verantwortliche und Geschäftsbereichsleiter sind immer dann besonders gefordert, wenn neue Unternehmenssoftware installiert werden soll.  …mehr

  • Infosys kauft Beratungshaus

    Lodestone Management Consultants übernommen

    Der indische IT-Service-Provider Infosys zahlt rund 270 Millionen Euro für das Beratungshaus Lodestone und baut damit sein Europageschäft ordentlich aus.  …mehr

  • Neue Details zum stärkeren Bruder des HTC One X

    HTC One X+

    Neue Details zum HTC One X+ legen nahe, dass diese aufgerüstete Variante des HTC One X einen neuen Chipsatz hat und etwas dicker wird. Am 19. September werden wir vermutlich auf der Pressekonferenz von HTC mehr darüber erfahren. …mehr

  • Massive Kritik an schwedischem Piratengründer

    Kinderpornografie im Netz

    Die Piratenpartei Deutschland hat sich am Montag gegen den schwedischen Gründer ihrer Bewegung gestellt, der den Besitz von Fotos mit Darstellungen sexueller Gewalt an Kindern straffrei stellen will. …mehr

  • ProfitBricks GmbH: Die realen Vorzüge des virtuellen Data Centers

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Mit dem Projekt "IBN.Cloud Managed Services hosted by ProfitBricks" bewirbt sich ProfitBricks um den Best in Cloud Award der COMPUTERWOCHE in der Kategorie Software as a Service, Public Cloud.  …mehr

  • "Es ist möglich, gegen die Cyberverbrecher zu gewinnen"

    Konferenz zur Internetsicherheit

    Je mehr kritische Infrastrukturen und unternehmerische Prozesse ins Internet verlagert werden, desto stärker sind sowohl Wirtschaft als auch Gesellschaft von dessen Schattenseiten bedroht. Zahlreiche Vertreter aus Politik und Industrie trafen sich in Berlin, um Strategien für mehr Cybersicherheit zu diskutieren.  …mehr

  • Plex Systems: Wie der Automobilzulieferer Inteva Products EDV-Kosten senkt und dabei Qualität und Produktivität steigert

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Eine ERP Software in einem Unternehmen innerhalb von 12 Monaten an 14 Standorten weltweit zu implementieren, ist eine Herausforderung für Hersteller und Anwender. Plex Systems und Inteva haben sie gemeistert. Jetzt wollen sie dafür den Best in Cloud Award der COMPUTERWOCHE in der Kategorie Software as a Service (SaaS).  …mehr

  • Ein netter Chef reicht nicht

    Was Mitarbeiter frustriert

    Wenn Mitarbeiter sich nicht mehr engagieren, liegen die Ursachen meist in mangelnder Wertschätzung, zu hohem Druck und an unfähigen Chefs. Jeder Fünfte reagiert mit Resignation oder Leistungsreduktion. Das geht aus einer Befragung von 30.000 Mitarbeitern hervor.  …mehr

  • 7Business Consulting AG: TURBO für Cloud Operational Readiness bei Daimler

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Cloud Computing in einem Unternehmen wie der Daimler AG einzuführen verlangt eine klare Methodik. Der/7BC/ TURBO hat sich als Alternative zu komplizierten und aufwändigen Prozess- und IT-Management-Ansätzen bewährt. Mit ihrem strategischen Projektmodell bewirbt sich die 7Business Consulting AG um den Best in Cloud Award der COMPUTERWOCHE in der Kategorie Software as a Service.  …mehr

  • Neu! TecChannel-Compact 7/2012 - Windows 2012

    Buch und eBook

    Im TecChannel-Compact 07/2012 dreht sich alles rund um die neuen Microsoft-Produkte. Die TecChannel-Redaktion hat dazu auf über 160 Seiten Praxisbeiträge, Ratgeber und Tipps für IT-Profis zusammengefasst. Das Buch ist versandkostenfrei erhältlich oder als Kauf-eBook verfügbar. Premium-Leser erhalten das Farb-PDF kostenlos.  …mehr

  • Wirtschaftministerium sucht IT-Gründer

    Wettbewerb IKT Innovativ

    Wer eine gute Gründungsidee hat, kann sie noch bis Ende November bei "IKT Innovativ" einreichen. Das Wirtschaftsministerium vergibt insgesamt über 20 Preise. Siemens, SAP und Empolis schreiben zudem 10.000 Euro für Webbasierte Dienste aus.  …mehr

  • Bei Hewlett-Packard müssen 2000 Mitarbeiter mehr gehen

    Börsenmitteilung

    Für die Mitarbeiter des angeschlagenen IT-Konzerns Hewlett-Packard (HP) kommt es noch schlimmer als gedacht.  …mehr

  • Erste Bildschirme erhalten das neueste Nachhaltigkeits-Siegel

    TCO Development

    Die schwedische Firma TCO Development hat die ersten Bildschirme veröffentlicht, die ihrer neuesten Nachhaltigkeits-Zertifizierung "TCO Certified" entsprechen.  …mehr

  • Nokia bewarb Lumia 920 mit irreführenden Videos und Fotos

    Peinlich, peinlich

    Nokia hat sich einen schönen PR-Gau geleistet: Das Unternehmen bewarb die Kamera-Fähigkeiten seines neuen "Lumia 920" mit Videos und Fotos, die gar nicht mit dem Gerät aufgenommen waren.  …mehr

  • 5-Layer-Architektur gegen Betrug

    Gartner zu Fraud Prevention 2014

    Authentifizierungsmethoden genügen nicht, um IT-Systeme vor Angriffen zu schützen. Sie haben zu viele Schwachstellen im Kampf gegen Datendiebe.  …mehr

  • Wochenrückblick zu Open-Source und Linux

    Ubuntu 12.10 "Quantal Quetzal" Beta

    Canonical hat die erste Beta-Version der für Oktober geplanten Linux-Distribution Ubuntu 12.10 ausgegeben.  …mehr

  • Online-Werbung handelt mit detaillierten Nutzerprofilen

    dmexco

    Die Kölner Fachmesse dmexco richtet in dieser Woche den Blick auf das digitale Marketing. Im Trend liegen immer feinere Profile von Nutzern für die zielgerichtete Werbung im Internet. Was fehlt, sind sinnvolle Konzepte für die Werbung auf Smartphones.  …mehr

  • Autobauer bald abhängig von Software-Dienstleistern

    Gartner

    Das Einbinden von Fahrzeugen ins mobile Internet wird die Autohersteller aus Sicht des IT-Marktforschers Gartner stark herausfordern und die Machtverhältnisse in der Branche neu verteilen. …mehr

  • Nächstes iPhone bekommt LTE-Datenturbo

    "Wall Street Journal"

    Das nächste iPhone wird laut einem Zeitungsbericht international den schnellen LTE-Datenfunk unterstützen. …mehr

  • Systemhaus-Studie 2012 ist erschienen

    Studie von ChannelPartner und Computerwoche

    "Systemhäuser 2012" - das ist die gemeinsame Systemhaus-Studie von ChannelPartner und Computerwoche. Hierzu haben wir Anwender-Unternehmen gebeten, ihre Systemhäuser zu bewerten. Fast 1.700 Computerwoche-Leser haben die Arbeit der sie betreuenden Systemhäuser beurteilt.  …mehr

  • USB-Sticks schnell und sicher abmelden

    Windows XP, Vista, 7

    Beim Abziehen von USB-Sticks kann es zu Datenverlust kommen, wenn noch Prozesse aktiv sind. Wir zeigen Ihnen, wie Sie USB-Stick dennoch schnell abmelden.  …mehr

  • SAP-Systeme automatisch synchronisiert

    Stadtwerke München

    Die Stadtwerke München setzen ein neues System ein, dass die verschiedenen SAP-Systeme weitgehend automatisch synchronisiert und das Einspielen von Support Packages steuert.  …mehr

  • Freunde als Kaufberater

    Gründergeschichten

    Das Wiener Gründer-Trio Katharina Klausberger, Armin Strbac und Stefan Fleig hat mit finderly.com ein Empfehlungsportal der besonderen Art geschaffen - Freunde und Experten dienen als persönliche Kaufberater.  …mehr

  • Bring your own Generator

    COMPUTERWOCHE-Kommentar

    Alle reden über Enduser-Devices. Doch bei aller Sympathie für den Technik-affinen Anwender - es gibt eine IT jenseits von iPads und Android-Smartphones.  …mehr

  • Zwischen Zweifel und Zuversicht

    Stimmung im Systemhausmarkt 2012

    Die deutschen Systemhäuser rechnen 2012 mit soliden Geschäften. Ihren Optimismus aus dem Vorjahr haben sie indes verloren.  …mehr

  • http://www.networkworld.com/news/2012/082912-vmware-openstack-262036.html

    Premium-Inhalt. VMware is now officially a part of OpenStack.

  • Data loss can occur in any environment

    Premium-Inhalt. Data loss can occur in any environment, regardless of the specific technology, according to a recent survey conducted by Kroll Ontrack.

  • Ultra Recall offers flexible outlining and data management

    Premium-Inhalt. Ultra Recall Standard 5.0 ($49, 45-day free trial) is a simple outlining, note-taking and document management tool that is similar to TreePad and MemoMaster, but has a more robust set of features that I find especially useful.

  • Remains of the Day: Chip off the old block

    Premium-Inhalt. The next iPhone is down with LTE, Apple's bolstering the corporate computer market, and HP's gone a little crazy with its latest iMac all-in-one PC. The remainders for Monday, September 10, 2012 are oddly familiar.

  • HP adds 2,000 to layoff list

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard's layoff just got a little bigger.

  • Microsoft goes public with holiday store plans

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has a big month ahead of it, with the release of both and its coming in October. To support these releases, the company will open 32 new retail locations in the U.S. and Canada.

  • Lock down your files with Folder Lock 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Folder Lock 7 ($40, five-day free trial) is a one-stop-shop for file encryption and data security. It's impressive and affordably priced, and it fulfills basically every security need you can think of--making it a must-download if you need to secure your files.

  • Postgres 9.2 invites large-scale enterprise deployment

    Premium-Inhalt. The open-source Postgres database continues to be refined for enterprises: The latest version, released Monday, contains a number of new features and performance enhancements designed to ease professional large-scale usage.

  • Western Digital releases samples of its thinnest hybrid drive for Ultrabooks

    Premium-Inhalt. Western Digital on Monday announced what it said is the industry's thinnest hybrid drive for Ultrabooks, a 5mm-thick model with 500GB of storage capacity.

  • T-Mobile appeals to unlocked iPhone users

    Premium-Inhalt. T-Mobile may be the only major U.S. carrier not currently selling the iPhone, but the company doesn't intend to be left out in the cold. On Monday, the telco said it will , by offering in-store assistance to help get those phones onto the company's network. And for the first time, those users may be able to get data speeds comparable to those offered by Apple's official carrier partners.

  • EarthLink plans fixed and mobile wireless services over Clearwire's 4G networks

    Premium-Inhalt. EarthLink will resell wireless broadband on Clearwire's WiMax network starting early next year and later will launch a service based on that company's planned LTE network.

  • Get a sneak peek at Firefox OS in this new Mozilla video

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been possible for some time already to watch the progress of Firefox OS through , but on Friday Mozilla posted a new video on YouTube that offers a fresh, up-to-date look at its forthcoming mobile operating system in action.

  • PAX Prime 2012: Dishonored Preview

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been a good while since we've had a really good stealth action game, with Hitman: Blood Money still reigning supreme. That all changes with Dishonored though, as it looks like we're going to get not only a great stealth action game, but one that puts as much emphasis on the world as it does the action. It isn't your generic "infiltrate the party and kill this person"-type game where you climb in a window, shoot them, and leave unchallenged. In the mission that I played at PAX, not only did a seemingly straightforward assassination require thought, planning, and lightning-fast thinking, but it was also brutally difficult, something I believe has been missing from the genre for years. As I started the demo, I was presented with a mission in which I was tasked with finding a way into Lady Boyle's manor during a masquerade ball and executing her without raising suspicion; that way I could still find my way out before anyone noticed that she was gone. Unfortunately, my play style isn't to slow down and take my time, so this resulted in a rough start to the demo; once I adapted to playing differently than I normally would, the level worked brilliantly. As I approached the entrance to the manor, I was stopped by a guard who asked for my invitation. Unfortunately for me, I didn't have one. I overheard some partygoers outside the gate talking about fancy rich-people things and saw this as a perfect opportunity. In Dishonored you play as a magical assassin, which meant I had access to many different types of magical powers, including Wind Gust, which I proceeded to select from my radial menu. Using the gust of wind on the partygoers was just the right move, as an invitation flew out of the hand of one of them and right into the sewer. I climbed into the sewer and snatched up the invitation. I approached the guard and handed him my invitation. He welcomed me and was shocked at just how scary my mask was, which was a funny nod to the fact that the protagonist in Dishonored seemingly always wears a scary metal mask. I walked inside and started my hunt for Lady Boyle; as I made my way around the party, talking to partygoers for any information that I could find, I ran across a mysterious man. This man knew of my intentions at the party and begged me to spare Boyle's life, as he was in love with her. If I could somehow lure her into the basement, he would make sure that she was never heard from again. While this seemed like an extremely weird request, I figured that it might be a neat alternative to look into; it was only a secondary objective, after all. I continued to walk around the party, until I finally spotted Lady Boyle. I studied her movement as she went around talking to party guests and looking at the dozens of rare antiquities throughout her mansion. I finally saw my moment as she made her way toward a back room; I started to follow her but once I entered the room that she had gone in, I realized that she had somehow slipped back out with the crowd. I pulled up my radial menu and looked at what weapons I had at my disposal. I could fell her with a poison dart, giving me enough time to escape before anyone realized that something was wrong with her. I could simple just shoot her with my pistol or crossbow as well, but I saw a great opportunity for a bit of showboating. I equipped the sticky grenade and took aim. She wandered back out into the main foyer and I aimed a few feet above her head. I threw the grenade perfectly onto the back of her head, allowing her to move out into the plain view of all her guests before the grenade went off and her head exploded in spectacular fashion. Of course, this raised a bit more attention than just killing her stealthily and walking away, but it showed just how many choices you truly have and how they affect the NPCs and other characters around you. After finishing the demo, I went back to see what happens if you take Lady Boyle to the basement for the creepy guy. Turns out, he manages to be even more creepy, vowing to keep her locked in his basement for the rest of her life while he tortures her. It's pretty dark. At this point, I'm glad that I killed her, rather than having her experience that. It's shows how things can change based on one little choice and how it might seem like the right choice but ultimately turn out to be the wrong decision. You'll have a hard time trying to find two playthroughs alike in Dishonored, as the open-ended nature of the game allows things to play out differently for each person depending on their actions. During my demo, I looked at the screen next to me and realized that that player had taken a completely different path than I, but we both completed the objective, resulting in a successful mission. It's that sort of small touch that makes Dishonored's gameplay so refreshing, and it seems to be shaping up to be a promising October 2012 release.We've only seen a small portion of Dishonored so far, but I'm thankful for that, as it allows us to go back and see how things might have been different if we had taken a different path. I can only imagine how much time I'll spend seeking out all the different possibilities and establishing a play style once the full game releases on October 9th.

  • Get unlimited free cloud storage, with a catch

    Premium-Inhalt. Cloud storage services are a dime a dozen these days -- though there's usually at least a dime involved, especially if you want more than a few gigabytes of a space.

  • Steam's new 'Big Picture' brings PC gaming to couch potatoes

    Premium-Inhalt. A new version of Steam's gaming software, called Big Picture, aims to liberate PC gamers from their desks with an interface designed for living rooms.

  • GoDaddy goes down, Anonymous takes credit

    Premium-Inhalt. Tuesday's story, "GoDaddy goes down, Anonymous takes credit" incorrectly spelled out the U.S. SOPA bill. It should be Stop Online Piracy Act.

  • Mitigating the risks of BYOD with mobile application management

    Premium-Inhalt. This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach.

  • Anonymous hacker claims responsibility for GoDaddy.com outage

    Premium-Inhalt. A hacker affiliated with Anonymous has claimed responsibility for knocking domain provider GoDaddy offline today. The attack appears to have also affected all sites hosted by GoDaddy.

  • GoDaddy goes down, Anonymous takes credit

    Premium-Inhalt. Popular domain name registrar and Web and email hosting provider GoDaddy is experiencing a severe outage, one that appears to have taken out not only its hosted services, but even those websites that have registered their domain names through GoDaddy.

  • Microsoft names 32 'pop-up' stores that may sell the Surface RT tablet this fall

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said it would open nearly three dozen 'pop-up' stores this fall in U.S. and Canadian malls and shopping centers to sell its own hardware and software.

  • Google updates Drive apps for Android, iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has upgraded the iOS and Android applications for its Drive cloud-storage service, giving users more capabilities for creating, editing, uploading and organizing files, the company on Monday.

  • RIP Bill Moggridge, Design Father of the Laptop

    Premium-Inhalt. Wiliam "Bill" Moggridge is the man responsible for designing the folding screen and clamshell design of the modern laptop.

  • Does the iPhone 5 need LTE wireless to succeed?

    Premium-Inhalt. When Apple announces its as expected on Wednesday, many analysts predict it will have faster LTE wireless capability along with other improvements, including a larger 4-in. display, more powerful processor and overall design changes to woo expectant buyers.

  • Microsoft's SkyDrive gains hooks into Gmail

    Premium-Inhalt. Attachments.me, which lets Gmail users send attachments to and access files on several cloud storage services, now also works with Microsoft's SkyDrive.

  • Splunk Adds Visibility Into Virtual Environments

    Premium-Inhalt. When transitioning workloads to virtual environments, one of the big drawbacks for data center administrators can be a loss of visibility.

  • Sprint LTE coming to NY, LA, Chicago 'in the coming months'

    Premium-Inhalt. Sprint Nextel will launch 4G LTE service in more than 100 cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami, in the coming months, the carrier said on Monday.

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