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Meldungen vom 12.09.2012

  • iPhone 5: Schneller, höher, leichter

    LTE, aber kein NFC

    Apple hat in San Francisco das mit Spannung erwartete neue "iPhone 5" präsentiert. Einzige echte Überraschung: Das Gerät hat kein NFC an Bord. …mehr

  • Händler bauen Blackberry-Bestände ab

    Kaum Nachfrage in den USA

    Viel wird über den Erfolg des iPhone und Smartphones mit Android-Betriebssystem berichtet. Doch wie geht es eigentlich dem Smartphone-Pionier und Blackberry-Hersteller RIM? Nach neuesten Erkenntnissen des US-Marktforschers Pacific Crest derzeit nicht allzu gut. Er hat stichprobenartig die Verkäufe von Blackberry-Smartphones in Shops von Netzbetreibern und anderen Handyanbietern untersucht. …mehr

  • Hi-Fun Hi-Call - Smartphonehandschuhe mit Bluetooth

    Gadget des Tages

    Die Hi-Call Smartphonehandschuhe von Hi-Fun sind mit Bluetooth ausgestattet und sollen das Telefonieren mit der "Ruf mich an"-Geste ermöglichen.  …mehr

  • Fujitsu steht auf britischer Blacklist

    Im Bann der Behörden

    Der IT-Konzern Fujitsu bekommt vorerst keine Aufträge von der öffentlichen Hand in Großbritannien mehr. Die Behörden stufen ihn als "hoch riskanten" Lieferanten ein.  …mehr

  • "Störende Werbung auf Mindestmaß reduzieren"

    Experte zur dmexco

    Die Nutzung neuer Techniken zur Datenanalyse soll die Online-Werbung intelligenter machen. …mehr

  • Online-Werbung wächst zweistellig

    Fachmesse dmexco

    Werbung ist eine tragende Säule für viele Geschäftsmodelle im Internet. Die Umsätze wachsen zweistellig, die Anbieter entwickeln neue Modelle. Diese werden zwei Tage lang auf einem Branchentreff am Rhein vorgestellt und diskutiert.  …mehr

  • Smart Storage Systems expandiert nach Europa

    Stein der Weisen für Enterprise-SSDs?

    Der kalifornische Anbieter von SSDs für den Enterprise-Einsatz Smart Storage Systems will jetzt auch in Europa wachsen.  …mehr

  • Die besten Cloud-Projekte

    COMPUTERWOCHE zeichnet Innovationen aus

    Ein Schaulaufen der wichtigsten Cloud-Anbieter und die Auszeichnung der besten Cloud-Projekte finden am 24. und 25. Oktober 2012 in Mainz statt.  …mehr

  • Windows-RT-Tablets lassen sich doch managen

    Aber nur mit Intune

    Ein Hauptkritikpunkt an ARM-basierenden Tablets mit Windows 8 RT war bislang, dass man solche Geräte im Unternehmen nicht zentral verwalten kann.  …mehr

  • Admin-Tricks für Windows Server 2008 R2

    Server-Manager, Multiboot und Co

    Mit etwas Geschick kann man die Arbeit mit Windows Server 2008 R2 erheblich vereinfachen. Lesen Sie, welche Lösungen für das Server-Betriebssystem sich bewährt haben.  …mehr

  • Huawei investiert zwei Milliarden US-Dollar in Großbritannien

    Chinesischer Netzriese

    Der chinesische Telekom-Riese Huawei investiert umgerechnet zwei Milliarden US-Dollar in Großbritannien. …mehr

  • Kostenlose IT-Literatur

    Als E-Book

    Ein dänischer E-Book-Verlag bietet kostenlose IT-Literatur an, die sich über Anzeigen in den Büchern finanziert.  …mehr

  • Facebook-Gründer Zuckerberg betont mobiles Geschäft

    Aktie steigt

    Facebook-Gründer Mark Zuckerberg hat mit seinem ersten Interview nach dem verpatzten Börsengang die Anleger ein wenig versöhnt. …mehr

  • GoDaddy-Kollaps war doch kein Hack

    Interne Netzprobleme

    Bei einem der größten Internet-Unternehmen in den USA waren zahllose Web-Auftritte stundenlang offline.  …mehr

  • Holtzbrinck verkauft VZ-Nachfolgefirma an Medieninvestor

    Vert Capital

    Die VZ-Netzwerke, seit langem kriselnde Facebook-"Rivalen" in Deutschland, werden an einen Medieninvestor verkauft. …mehr

  • Fotomarkt 2012 mit Rückgang bei Kameras

    Smartphones im Fokus

    Beim Geschäft rund um das Foto verschiebt sich der Fokus: Die klassische Kamera ist auf dem Rückzug, weil das Fotografieren mit dem Smartphone rasant zunimmt. …mehr

  • Tunen statt ablösen

    Relationale Datenbanken

    Wieder einmal wird Relationalen Datenbank-Management-Systemen (RDBMS) das Ende prophezeit. Im Zeitalter von Hadoop, NoSQL und In-Memory sei für sie kein Platz mehr. Doch Oracle und IBM integrieren die neue Technik.  …mehr

  • Projektanbieter müssen höhere Honorare zahlen

    Freiberufler

    IT-Freiberufler setzen im Schnitt einen Preis von 74 Euro pro Arbeitsstunde an. Eine Forderung, die sie oft auch erfüllt bekommen, schließlich ist die Nachfrage nach selbständigen IT-Profis hoch.  …mehr

  • HP schickt zwei Stores ins Rennen

    CW-Serie: Business-App-Stores

    Im Wettbewerb der B2B-Marktplätze bringt Hewlett-Packard einen weltweiten öffentlichen Marktplatz und eine deutsche B2B-Plattform an den Start.  …mehr

  • The Macalope Daily: Under pressure

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  • Tim Cook: Apple by the numbers

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Tim Cook threw out a lot of numbers Tuesday, but perhaps the most startling one was this: The company has sold more than 400 million iOS devices since the first iPhone debuted in 2007.

  • Connections: Looking to the future of business communications

    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.

  • Is your disaster recovery plan ready for cloud?

    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.

  • Intel's new Itanium chip, Poulson, to launch later this year

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel on Tuesday said it was on track to launch the next-generation Itanium processor later this year, brushing away any speculation that the processor would reach its end of life in the near future.

  • HK-based Dao Lab aims for momentum in video optimization

    Premium-Inhalt. VCs focus on going to IPO--while a startup's goal is to improve the product, said Kit Tsi (pictured), principal researcher and president at Hong Kong-headquartered video optimization tech provider Dao Lab.

  • Zuckerberg: Stock 'disappointing,' no phone or search on way

    Premium-Inhalt. In his first public appearance since Facebook's sluggish IPO, company co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckergerg called their stock performance "disappointing."

  • Government invests $92 million in hi-tech research

    Premium-Inhalt. The government has announced it is investing $92 million over six years towards funding hi-tech research at 31 universities, Crown Research Institutes (CRI) and private companies as part of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's second 2012 science investment round.

  • HK IT pros enjoy higher salary increase than inflation rate

    Premium-Inhalt. More than 80% of the organizations indicated their IT staff enjoys a pay rise within the year, according the latest IT salary trend survey conducted by Hong Kong Computer Society (HKCS). Surveying 58 organizations, ranging from major IT vendors and local enterprises, this is the second time that the IT professional association organizes a study of similar nature.

  • SAS CEO: Big role for CIOs in big data challenge

    Premium-Inhalt. Big Data is not a new phenomenon and has been around for many years, noted Jim Goodnight, CEO at SAS, who spoke recently at the SAS High Performance Analytics Conference in Hong Kong.

  • Apple's Ping to cease operation Sep. 30

    Premium-Inhalt. Ping has ponged. Apple's social networking service for music, which , has come to an end. A message on the service says that it will no longer be available as of September 30. The news was .

  • Apple's iPhone 5 has larger screen and LTE networking

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple on Wednesday took the wraps off its new iPhone 5, which has a larger screen than its predecessors and works on high-speed LTE wireless networks.

  • Apple's iPhone 5 has larger screen and LTE networking

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's iPhone 5 has a larger screen than its predecessors and support for high-speed LTE wireless networks, the company said Wednesday at a launch event.

  • Ashampoo Music Studio 4 has better cataloging, easier navigation

    Premium-Inhalt. Ashampoo Music Studio 4 ($29.99, 10-day trial) is a classy step up from an already sweet little suite of audio tools. It has modules that let you edit, rip, record, play, convert, organize, burn audio discs, and even design and print labels and jewel case inserts. Ashampoo Music Studio's major additions to version 4 are the cataloging of files and ripping audio from video files, but there's no longer an audio file repair tool.

  • iPhone 5: thinner, longer, ready for LTE

    Premium-Inhalt. The 5 unveiled Wednesday is the company's first LTE model, a smartphone that's longer and thinner than previous versions though it remains a pocket-able and one-handed device.

  • Industry needs to step up and save the PC, says Intel exec

    Premium-Inhalt. If the PC industry can't come up with a better way to make the PC a part of our Internet-crazed lives, then it will continue down its current path to becoming a has-been in the high-tech world.

  • First iPhone 5 case announced

    Premium-Inhalt. Sculpteo has announced and shown off its case before Apple has even announced the latest generation smartphone.

  • Want a new iPhone 5? Waiting for your current contract to expire is the hardest part

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone 5 has arrived, but consumers might not rush out to snap up Apple's latest smartphone if they're still under contract with their current device.

  • iPhone 5 and CIOs: What Apple's New Phone Brings to the Enterprise

    Premium-Inhalt. Throngs of consumers cheered Apple's unveiling of the iPhone 5 today, tech analysts predict the iPhone 5 will be the hottest selling gadget in history, and J.P. Morgan chief economist Michael Feroli said the iPhone 5 could boost the entire U.S economy in a measurable way.

  • Intel preps tiny 'Next Unit of Computing' for October ship

    Premium-Inhalt. Small form factors are the new black, and Intel wants in on the action. Compact systems such as Lenovo's ThinkCentre M92p fill a niche between all-in-one PCs and standard desktop PCs. They take up little space and can be hidden away, yet still offer substantial PC performance. Intel wants to push small form factors even smaller, with its new ultra-compact form factor.

  • D-Link DIR-865L: Thumbs up for cloud integration; thumbs sideways for performance

    Premium-Inhalt. D-Link has been going ga-ga over the cloud lately, introducing a raft of new , , , and mobile apps that let you manage your network and the devices attached to it by using a PC, a smartphone, or a tablet (as long as those mobile devices run on iOS or Android; Windows 7 and BlackBerry uses need not apply).

  • Finding the business value in big data is a big problem

    Premium-Inhalt. PHOENIX -- For all the promise of big data, the fundamental challenge with collecting massive volumes of data from different sources is finding new business uses for it, according to several IT managers at Computerworld's BI & Analytics Perspectives event held here this week.

  • Comcast caters to SMBs with new Business Class Signature Support services

    Premium-Inhalt. Large enterprises have the budgets and IT departments to manage multiple dedicated T1 or T3 lines. However, small and medium businesses (SMBs) tend to like DSL, or cable-based broadband. Comcast is one of the leading providers of broadband Internet in the United States, and it's introducing new IT services aimed at helping those SMB customers get more done.

  • Despite warnings, most states slow to confront corporate ID theft

    Premium-Inhalt. How easy is it to steal the identity of a business? Just ask Roger Lee Shoss and Nicolette Loisel, two Houston-based attorneys who turned hijacking the identities of publicly traded companies into a cottage industry.

  • Antivirus programs often poorly configured, study finds

    Premium-Inhalt. How securely antivirus software has been configured varies widely between products with users of Microsoft's Security Essentials (MSE) the most likely to run protection using optimal settings, software certification firm OPSWAT has found.

  • Apple struts lighter, faster, bigger iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Tim Cook and other company executives today unveiled the iPhone 5, a faster, slimmer upgrade that for the first time in the five-year history of the smartphone, boasts a larger screen of 4 inches.

  • Five new features in Ubuntu 12.10 'Quantal Quetzal' Beta 1

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been just about two months since the launch of the first of Ubuntu Linux 12.10 Quantal Quetzal, and that release was followed by two more alpha iterations over the course of the summer.

  • Summary: iPhone 5 highlights Apple product unveilings

    Premium-Inhalt. As expected, the iPhone 5 led a busy Wednesday of product announcements for Apple. But it wasnt the only unveiling at the companys San Francisco press event, which also featured new iPod models for the holiday season, a revamped version of iTunes, and a shipping date for iOS 6.

  • Apple's new iPod nano has built-in pedometer

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple's new iPhone 5 got at a launch event in San Francisco on Wednesday but the company also showed off a new iPod touch and a redesigned iPod nano that has a built-in pedometer for joggers.

  • Clipperz helps manage passwords for free

    Premium-Inhalt. is a free online password manager. If the last three words of the preceding sentence give you pause, they should. The idea of trusting one website with your login information for all the other sites you use seems naïve at best.

  • Intel completes porting Android 4.1 to smartphones with its chips

    Premium-Inhalt. Intel has ported Google's Android 4.1 OS, called Jelly Bean, to work on smartphones based on the low-power Atom chips code-named Medfield.

  • Apple shows off iPod touch, nano updates

    Premium-Inhalt. iPhones and iPads may get the attention these days, but Apple isn't ready to abandon its iconic music players just yet. The company announced two new iPods at its Wednesday media event--updated versions of the iPod touch and the iPod nano.

  • Network history: Why it's important and who's responsible for it

    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.

  • Three BYOD approaches -- and the budget impact

    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.

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