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  • Datenschützer Schaar hat weiter Bedenken

    "Staatstrojaner"

    Deutschlands oberster Datenschützer Peter Schaar hat weiter Bedenken gegen den Einsatz von Spionage-Software durch die Ermittlungsbehörden. …mehr

  • Xing-App scannt Visitenkarten ein

    Kooperation mit Abbyy

    Das Hamburger Business-Netzwerk Xing erweitert seine Smartphone-Apps um die Möglichkeit, Visitenkarten damit einzuscannen.  …mehr

  • Deutscher E-Book-Markt mit großen Zuwächsen

    media control

    Der Absatz digitaler Bücher in Deutschland legt schnell zu, zugleich sinken die Preise. …mehr

  • OnePhone Deutschland: Cloud-Telefonie komplett für Medica-Technik GmbH

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Telefonie aus der Cloud ersetzt nicht nur die traditionelle TK-Anlage, sondern ermöglicht zusätzlich eine Verbesserung der Geschäftsprozesse durch Fixed-Mobile-Convergence. Ein Projekt aus der Kategorie Platform as a Service im Wettbewerb um den Best in Cloud Award der COMPUTERWOCHE.  …mehr

  • PCS AG: UNIQUE Business for SaaS hievt Software in die Cloud

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Was tun Anbieter einer Software, die nicht web-basiert ist und daher nicht via Cloud betrieben werden kann? Die PCS AG hat eine Lösung für das Problem gefunden, mit der sie sich um den Best in Cloud Award der COMPUTERWOCHE bewirbt.  …mehr

  • QSC AG: Schneller besser kommunizieren mit TK-Diensten aus der Cloud

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Hardware für Fax und Anrufbeantworter am Arbeitsplatz verursacht Aufwand und Kosten, die Dayton Home & Office sich sparen will - mit dem kostenlosen Cloud-Service cospace der QSC AG Ein Projekt im Wettbewerb um den Best in Cloud Award der COMPUTERWOCHE, Kategorie Software as a Service.  …mehr

  • DashDrive™ Choice UC500 - Schnapsidee als USB-Stick

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem DashDrive™ Choice UC500 bietet Adata einen neuen USB-Stick im Flaschenform. …mehr

  • AMD stellt neues SeaMicro-Chassis vor

    Fabric bekommt Storage-Anschluss

    AMD hat das neue Micro-Server-Chassis "SM15000" der übernommenen Firma SeaMicro angekündigt.  …mehr

  • Apple-Multitouch besser als bei Android

    Samsung-Anwälte

    Apple verlangt vor einem niederländischen Gericht in den Haag erneut, den Verkauf von Android-Geräten des koreanischen Herstellers wegen Patentrechtsverletzungen bei Multitouch-Lösungen zu verbieten. Die Antwort der Samsung-Anwälte überrascht: Multitouch sei bei Android schlechter gelöst und darum nicht mit dem Apple-System vergleichbar. Folglich gebe es auch keine Verletzung geistigen Eigentums, das ein Verkaufsverbot rechtfertigt. …mehr

  • Diebstahl von Apple-Seriennummern aufgeklärt

    FBI doch nicht gehackt

    Die jüngst im Internet veröffentlichten Seriennummern von Apple-Geräten stammen laut neuen Informationen nicht vom FBI, sondern von einem amerikanischen Verlagsdienstleister. …mehr

  • Millionen von Webseiten waren offline

    GoneDaddy

    Mysteriöser Ausfall bei einem der größten Internet-Unternehmen in den USA: Zahllose Web-Auftritte waren nicht mehr erreichbar. Ein einzelner Twitter-Nutzer erklärte sich für verantwortlich; die Motive sind unklar.  …mehr

  • Das neue iPhone muss sich gegen starke Konkurrenz behaupten

    Ausblick

    Vor jeder Vorstellung eines neuen iPhone schießen die Erwartungen in unendliche Höhen. …mehr

  • Samsung droht Apple mit Patentklage wegen neuem iPhone

    LTE

    Samsung will den Patentkrieg gegen Apple mit der Vorstellung des nächsten iPhone eskalieren.  …mehr

  • "Shareconomy" ist Leitthema der CeBIT 2013

    Teilen und gemeinsam nutzen

    Die CeBIT-Macher wollen das veränderte gesellschaftliche Verständnis vom Besitzen zum Teilen in den Mittelpunkt der weltgrößten ITK-Messe rücken. …mehr

  • Enterprise Content Management ist Anwalts Liebling

    ECM in der Legal-Industry

    Wachsende Dokumentenberge und scharfe Compliance-Vorschriften erfordern in Deutschlands großen Sozietäten ausgefeilte Enterprise-Content-Management-Systeme (ECMS). Worauf es in der Legal-Industry ankommt und welche Anbieter den Markt dominieren, hat eine Studie herausgefunden.  …mehr

  • Speedfan schützt vor PC-Überhitzung

    Windows-Tool gegen Überhitzung

    Eine zu hohe Wärmeentwicklung im PC-Inneren kann Bauteile schädigen, zu Datenverlust und willkürliche Systemabstürze führen.  …mehr

  • Mitarbeiter dürfen Missstände anprangern

    Entlassung wegen "Whistleblowing" rechtswidrig

    Das Recht auf freie Meinungsäußerung ist grundsätzlich auch im Arbeitsverhältnis geschützt.  …mehr

  • ECM-Award 2012

    ECM-Lösung des Jahres

    Erstmalig wird in diesem Jahr in Deutschland der ECM-Award für herausragende Lösungen im Bereich Enterprise Content Management verliehen. …mehr

  • GoDaddy comes back online after attacks

    Premium-Inhalt. GoDaddy restored some services on Monday as the company battled online attacks that severely impacted its hosting and domain-name registration operations.

  • GoDaddy comes back online after attacks

    Premium-Inhalt. GoDaddy restored some services on Monday as the company battled online attacks that severely impacted its hosting and domain-name registration operations.

  • GoDaddy and its customers start recovery from massive service disruption

    Premium-Inhalt. GoDaddy, the largest registrar of Internet domains and host to some 5 million websites, starter to recover Monday afternoon from a service disruption that may have disabled countless websites across the Internet.

  • Leaked Apple UDIDs were stolen from digital publishing firm

    Premium-Inhalt. The unique identifiers of 1 million Apple iOS devices that hackers leaked last week were stolen from the servers of a Florida-based digital publishing firm called Bluetoad.

  • Venetian Macao improves backup and critical apps performance

    Premium-Inhalt. Businesses in the financial-sector conduct transactions 24/7 and must keep related records efficiently and effectively. But there are businesses outside the financial sector tasked with the same mission-critical requirements.

  • How IT pros can gear up for corporate leadership

    Premium-Inhalt. Bottom Line

  • Zuckerberg says IPO has been 'disappointing,' eyes search opportunity

    Premium-Inhalt. Due to a reporting error, the story "Zuckerberg says IPO has been 'disappointing,' eyes search opportunity," which ran Tuesday, misstated how many searches Facebook users perform each day. The number is about a billion, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

  • Holly is a seriously simple to-do list, no accounts required

    Premium-Inhalt. If you manage dozens of employees on complex projects with interlocking deadlines, task delegations, and complex dependencies, Holly is not for you. But if you are looking for a simple way to rein in your to-do list without downloading an application or opening an account, this simple and free Web app may be just the ticket: Holly is just one step above a simple todo.txt file.

  • Intel outlines our mobile future at IDF keynote

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel kicked off its Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco Tuesday showing off an , new gesture controls for PCs, and its newest Haswell Core processor aimed at the mobile PC market. Intel Chief Product Officer David (Dadi) Perlmutter lead the keynote and shared his vision for a connected future--powered by Intel, of course.

  • Zuckerberg says IPO has been 'disappointing,' eyes search opportunity

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave his first interview Tuesday since the company's troubled initial public offering earlier this year. He said the performance of the stock has "obviously been disappointing" but said Facebook has big opportunities in both mobile and search.

  • Intel's Perlmutter eyes thinner laptops for Haswell chips

    Premium-Inhalt. The man responsible for Intel's mobile computing platforms says he is pushing the company's engineers to squeeze Intel's next-generation Haswell chip into laptops even thinner than those available today.

  • Apple confirms iCloud mail outage for some users

    Premium-Inhalt. iCloud mail service has been down throughout Tuesday--at least for some subscribers to Apple's cloud-based service.

  • Court orders music pirate Jammie Thomas-Rasset to pay original fine of $222,000

    Premium-Inhalt. A U.S. appeals court has reinstated a lower court ruling that found admitted music pirate Jammie Thomas-Rasset guilty of copyright infringement. The Minnesota woman has been ordered to pay the original $222,000 in damages.

  • PCI compliance awareness lacking in finance world: Survey

    Premium-Inhalt. Some Australian chief financial officers have still not heard of standards created by MasterCard and Visa despite coverage of data breaches, according to the findings of a survey.

  • MobileGo Pro offers easy Android management

    Premium-Inhalt. Wondershare's MobileGo for Android offers almost all of the features found in iTunes--and a few you won't find anywhere in Apple's software. So Android users, you can banish your envy of the symbiotic relationship between Apple's mobile iOS device and its iTunes desktop software. MobileGo is available in a free version that's available for Windows PCs and a $40 Pro version that's available for Macs, too.

  • Jury to hear HP-Oracle Itanium case in February

    Premium-Inhalt. Hewlett-Packard's lawsuit against Oracle over the latter's decision to halt future software development for Itanium will enter its second phase on Feb. 4, 2013, in front of a jury that will determine whether Oracle breached a contract and what damages it may owe.

  • Windows Store for apps opens to all developers globally

    Premium-Inhalt. The Windows Store, a new online marketplace for applications for Windows 8 and Windows RT computers, is now open to developers in 120 geographic markets, Microsoft on Tuesday.

  • Microsoft confirms patch for Flash in IE10 coming soon

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe recently issued an utility to patch critical flaws that could allow an attacker to run malicious code on the target system. But, if youre using Windows 8, the version of Flash Microsoft has embedded in Internet Explorer 10 is still vulnerable. Good news, thoughan update is forthcoming to address that problem.

  • Apple patents may point to what's next for iPhone

    Premium-Inhalt. Imagine a smartphone that can go weeks without needing its battery recharged.

  • GoodReader for Good offers PDF encryption, collaboration

    Premium-Inhalt. is offering its PDF-reading capabilities to companies with an eye toward security, with Tuesdays launch of . The new app is a secure, enterprise-focused version of the popular PDF-reading and -annotation application for iPad.

  • Microsoft backpedals, promises to patch Windows 8's Flash 'shortly'

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said it would update Flash on Windows 8 "shortly," although it declined to set a timetable.

  • Microsoft's September Patch Tuesday load lighter than usual

    Premium-Inhalt. gave IT departments a break this month, issuing just two patches in its September Patch Tuesday release. Separate updates should keep some busy through the month, though.

  • Google Wallet to lose pre-paid card option

    Premium-Inhalt. Google announced this week that it would discontinue support for its branded pre-paid card in Google Wallet on Oct. 17, and urged customers to take steps to ensure they recover all their funds in a timely manner.

  • Apache Web servers will ignore IE10's 'Do Not Track' settings

    Premium-Inhalt. There's already been a fair bit of controversy over Microsoft's decision to make the (DNT) setting turned on by default in Internet Explorer 10, and recently the brouhaha got even louder.

  • FinancialForce.com deepens integration with Salesforce.com

    Premium-Inhalt. The sixth paragraph of the story, "FinancialForce.com deepens integration with Salesforce.com," posted to the wire on Tuesday, has been clarified upon receipt of additional information from the vendor. The paragraph has been changed on the wire and now reads:

  • Don't Fumble iPad Security with an NFL Playbook

    Premium-Inhalt. In the offseason, several NFL team moved their coveted playbooks to electronic form using iPads. They are relying heavily on iOS security to protect their team secrets. Could somebody hack into an iPad and steal a playbook? Well, it depends. It depends on how well the overall security framework is setup around the iPad iOS and applications involved in reading the playbook.

  • 15 LinkedIn Tips to Improve Your Job Search

    Premium-Inhalt. LinkedIn is an invaluable social network for both job hunters and seasoned professionals, but it's also used by recruiters to find the candidate with the perfect mix of skills. The right LinkedIn profile can boost your visibility, improve your overall Web presence and strengthen your professional brand. Consider it your online resume, being that it contains all of the information from your resume plus a healthy splash of personality, if you've done it right.

  • Analysts: Windows 8 downgrade rights crucial to success

    Premium-Inhalt. Downgrade rights will be critical to Windows 8's acceptance in the enterprise, but if they're exercised by consumers, it's a sign Microsoft's newest OS has pulled a "Vista," analysts said today.

  • FinancialForce.com deepens integration with Salesforce.com

    Premium-Inhalt. FinancialForce.com has broadened its integration with Salesforce.com, now tying into its Service Cloud customer-service software, the company announced Tuesday.

  • Intel hopes to double ultrabook battery life with Haswell chip

    Premium-Inhalt. The battery life of ultrabooks will nearly double with Intel's upcoming processors based on the Haswell microarchitecture, which will succeed processors code-named Ivy Bridge, Intel executives said on Tuesday.

  • Tech Policy 2012: Comparing the Democrat's and Republican's Platforms

    Premium-Inhalt. In the presidential campaign, cybersecurity and Internet freedom won't get top billing as the candidates spar over their plans for creating jobs and cutting deficits, but the two major parties have included positions on several technology policy issues in the platforms ratified at their recent conventions.

  • Cutting the cable: Wireless charging becomes a reality

    Premium-Inhalt. Imagine sitting down at work, plopping a mobile device on the desk and having it wirelessly charge itself while, at the same time, synchronizing new data to your PC.

  • New iPhone looms as likely star of Apple's Wednesday event

    Premium-Inhalt. , "It's almost here." On Wednesday, Apple will almost assuredly unveil the iPhone 5 at a press event in San Francisco.

  • Apple iPhone 5 pre-order date Sept. 14?

    Premium-Inhalt. 5 watchers have pinned down Wednesday, Sept. 12, as the smartphone announcement date and Sept. 21 as the likely U.S. shipping date. Now comes word from the rumorsphere that Sept. 14 will be the date pre-orders will start.

  • Microsoft patent reveals immersive gaming environment

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you wondering where computer gaming may go next? If you're Microsoft, the answer to that question is total immersion.

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