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  • Was Office 2013 RT alles nicht kann

    Microsoft gesteht

    Dem "Office Home & Student 2013 RT", das Microsoft auf ARM-basierenden Tablet mitliefert, fehlen gegenüber der normalen Version verschiedene Features.  …mehr

  • Telekom kämpft mit hoher Nachfrage beim iPhone 5

    Vorbestellungen

    Nach der Vorstellunge des iPhone 5 ist bei der Deutschen Telekom eine Flut von Bestellungen eingegangen. …mehr

  • Microsoft stattet alle Mitarbeiter mit Windows-8-Geräten aus

    PC, Tablet, Smartphone

    Microsoft stattet nach dem Start seines neuen Betriebssystems alle Mitarbeiter mit einem neuen Windows-8-PC aus. …mehr

  • Webcast "Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)"

    Standards im Datenaustausch

    Networking ist nicht nur auf zwischenmenschlicher Ebene ein wichtiges Unternehmensthema. Auch im digitalen Geschäftsverkehr vernetzen sich Unternehmen als Kunden, Partner oder Lieferanten miteinander, um Rechnungen, Angebote und andere Daten auf elektronischem Wege austauschen zu können.  …mehr

  • Projekte im Web erfassen und abrechnen

    Cronsync

    Die Berliner Agentur Kontrollfeld bietet mit "Cronsync" ein webbasierendes Zeiterfassungs- und Abrechnungssystem für Freiberufler und Unternehmen an.  …mehr

  • Der Albtraum der IT wird wahr

    Cisco 2011 Annual Security Report

    Mitarbeiter fordern Zugriff auf alle Social Media Angebote mit allen Devices. Auf der Arbeit, unterwegs und Zuhause. Gegen Policies verstoßen sie, stellt Cisco fest. …mehr

  • "Wii U" kommt im November auf den Markt

    Neue Nintendo-Konsole

    Nintendo rüstet seine Spielekonsole "Wii U" zur Multimedia-Zentrale fürs Wohnzimmer auf.  …mehr

  • Piraten bringen Leistungsschutzrecht vor Petitionsausschuss

    Petition 35009

    Die Piratenpartei nutzt die Online-Plattform für Petitionen an den Deutschen Bundestag, um die Diskussion über das umstrittene Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverlage im Internet zu beflügeln. …mehr

  • Ebay verpasst sich ein neues Logo

    Geradlinig statt verspielt

    Die Zeit der hüpfenden Buchstaben im Ebay-Logo ist vorbei. …mehr

  • Facebook und Co. sicher nutzen

    Sicherheitsrisiko Social Networks

    Social Networks wie Facebook oder Twitter können sich für IT-Verantwortliche zum Albtraum entwickeln. So schützen Sie Ihr Unternehmen.  …mehr

  • HP streicht mindestens 450 Stellen in Deutschland

    Konzernweite Restrukturierung

    Das IT-Unternehmen Hewlett-Packard plant in Deutschland den Abbau von mindestens 450 Arbeitsplätzen. …mehr

  • Die besten Tools für Ihre Videos

    Videobearbeitung für wenig Geld

    Viel Leistung für wenig Geld: Lesen Sie, welche günstigen oder kostenlosen Tools eine professionelle Videobearbeitung erlauben. …mehr

  • Erfolgsfaktoren für die SAP-Einführung

    Erfahrungen eines CIOs

    Ein sehr ungewöhnliches Geschenk hat CIO Egmont Foth seinen Mitarbeitern bei der Unternehmensgruppe Fischer zum Abschied gemacht: Das erste umfassende Buch über den SAP-Einsatz aus Anwendersicht, wie er sagt.  …mehr

  • Mitarbeiter binden statt rekrutieren

    Der Führungstipp

    Qualifizierte Mitarbeiter stehen besonders im Fokus der Headhunter. Was kann ich tun, um mich gegen Abwerbeversuche zu schützen?  …mehr

  • Controlling mit dem Blick nach vorn

    Predictive Analytics & Co.

    Der Einsatz eines zukunftsorientierten Operational BI bietet neue Ansatzpunkte und Chancen für den Wertbeitrag des Controllings.  …mehr

  • Fraunhofer lagert E-Mail aus

    Outsourcing - Microsoft Exchange 2010

    Die rund 80 unabhängigen Institute der Gesellschaft können künftig als Managed Service auf eine einheitliche Mail-Umgebung von Computacenter migrieren.  …mehr

  • Die Top 25 der Social CIOs

    Ranking der Sozial-Netzwerker

    SAP-CIO Oliver Bussmann ist neben der IT-Chefin der US-Regierung der aktivste soziale Netzwerker unter den CIOs großer Firmen und Organisationen.  …mehr

  • Leitfaden fürs eigene Online-Profil

    Google, Facebook, Xing

    Nicht alle peinlichen Fotos und beleidigenden Posts lassen sich wieder aus dem Netz tilgen. Tipps, wie Sie trotz allem Ihre gute Online-Reputation verteidigen.  …mehr

  • Microsoft finds new computers in China preinstalled with malware

    Premium-Inhalt. Brand-new laptop and desktop computers sold in China contain preinstalled malicious software, which has infected millions of computers around the world, according to an investigation by Microsoft revealed on Thursday.

  • Appeals Court upholds jury award of $222,000 in music piracy case

    Premium-Inhalt. In the second major legal victory for music labels in recent weeks, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eight Circuit has upheld a jury award of $222,000 against a woman accused of pirating 24 songs over a peer-to-peer file sharing network.

  • 'CRIME' attack abuses SSL/TLS data compression feature to hijack HTTPS sessions

    Premium-Inhalt. The 'CRIME' attack announced last week exploits the data compression scheme used by the TLS (Transport Layer Security) and SPDY protocols to decrypt user authentication cookies from HTTPS (HTTP Secure) traffic, one of the attack's creators confirmed Thursday.

  • Apple rolls out online versions of Notes, Reminders

    Premium-Inhalt. The hits just keep on coming: Apple on Thursday launched Web-based versions of Reminders and Notes, joining existing versions of Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Find My iPhone, and iWork on iCloud.com. The two apps were , after the leak of a developer preview.

  • Firmware maker says it could enable dual-boot Windows RT, Android devices

    Premium-Inhalt. Tablets and PCs could come with a dual-boot capability to load either Microsoft's upcoming Windows RT or Android, but device makers will need to be interested in building such devices in order for it to make its way to the public, firmware company Insyde Software said on Thursday.

  • Seven benefits of the iPhone 5 and iOS 6 for business

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple unveiled a variety of new products and features at its media event yesterday. While a veritable rainbow of iPod Touch options, or re-engineered headphones might be exciting news for some, they're irrelevant to businesses or business users.

  • USITC judge rules that Apple doesn't infringe Samsung patents

    Premium-Inhalt. An administrative law judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has ruled that Apple does not infringe four computing and mobile patents held by Samsung.

  • Simplify your cashback searches with the Ebates Toolbar

    Premium-Inhalt. It was just last week that I explained . Today let's talk about one you might want to put there on purpose.

  • USITC judge rules that Apple doesn't infringe Samsung patents

    Premium-Inhalt. An administrative law judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has ruled that Apple does not infringe four computing and mobile patents held by Samsung.

  • AT&T, Verizon now out of iPhone 5, too

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T and Verizon today emptied their iPhone 5 pre-order inventories, and now show delivery dates as far out as three weeks.

  • The Week in iPhone Cases: Take 5, take 2

    Premium-Inhalt. Thanks to , the onslaught of iPhone 5 case announcements continues. Which means that this week, we've got doses of our weekly roundup of the latest and greatest protective accessories. (You can see .) Yes, this means you can shop for a new case before your new phone even arrives! And if you're not quite ready to upgrade, we've also got some new cases for your your trusty iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.

  • Wall Street Beat: US Fed efforts, iPhone excitement fuel tech stock rally

    Premium-Inhalt. Tech stocks rallied Friday as markets rode a wave of euphoria over the U.S. Federal Reserve's commitment to buy bonds to boost the economy and as excitement over Apple's iPhone 5 got industry analysts talking about an "iPhone stimulus."

  • Apple event: the reaction on Twitter and blogs

    Premium-Inhalt. As usual after any Apple event, the Internet was abuzz with reactions to the company's latest offerings: the iPhone 5, iOS 6, iTunes 11, and a new lineup of iPods.

  • Intel's show signals market shift from PC to mobile devices

    Premium-Inhalt. This year's Intel Developer Forum was upstaged by Apple's iPhone 5 launch event, which to some show attendees felt like a reprise of last year, when IDF had to compete with Microsoft's Build conference.

  • Microsoft is going all in with Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8

    Premium-Inhalt. It's a huge year for Microsoft. The venerable tech giant is essentially reinventing itself from the ground up for 2012. A new server OS, new desktop OS, new Microsoft Office suite, new mobile platform, and new tablet hardware are all being launched virtually simultaneously. To say Microsoft has a lot riding on the success of the new products is an understatement.

  • iPhone 5 and the case for evolution

    Premium-Inhalt. You may have heard grumbles of disappointment after--and in some cases before--the . Amid those guttural moans, you might also have heard such phrases as "user interface is the same," "same hardware," "safe, reliable, boring."

  • Microsoft applies 'surgical sinkhole' to strangle botnet installed on new PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has uncovered a vulnerability in the PC supply chain that allows hackers to pre-install malware-infected copies of Windows onto new machines.

  • Bugs & Fixes: The case of the stuck Skype preferences

    Premium-Inhalt. It began innocently enough. I helped a friend set up a Skype account and phone number. All seemed to go well--until we tested out the phone number. I dialed the number from my landline phone and kept getting a busy signal. I couldn't even leave a voicemail message.

  • Microsoft battles botnet pre-installed on systems

    Premium-Inhalt. Imagine turning on a brand new, fresh-from-the-factory laptop and already having a virus on it before you even do anything. That's the scary situation Microsoft uncovered on several PCs in China, and now the tech giant is fighting the botnet responsible for the infections in court.

  • Intel: Clover Trail Atom chip won't work with Linux

    Premium-Inhalt. The forthcoming "" version of Intel's Atom chip will not work with Linux, the company reportedly confirmed on Thursday.

  • Your PC may come with malware pre-installed

    Premium-Inhalt. It is rare to find a new PC that doesn't come with additional bells and whistles in addition to the operating system itself. The "bloatware" that PC vendors add on often includes useful tools like third-party security software. It seems, though, that some PCs also come with something more insidious--pre-installed malware.

  • Cumbria finally accepts BT's revised broadband bid

    Premium-Inhalt. Cumbria County Council has finally accepted a bid from BT to rollout broadband across the region in a deal that is likely to exceed £70 million.

  • Developers prep for iPhone 5's screen, iOS 6 launch

    Premium-Inhalt. in 2010, iOS developers who wanted in on the tablet needed to update their apps to take advantage of the new screen's size and dimensions. later that year, developers and designers again needed to relaunch Photoshop and generate new art assets to exploit the updated capabilities. this year, the cycle continued once more.

  • AOL Computer Checkup simplifies system cleanup

    Premium-Inhalt. Windows 7 does a pretty good job of keeping itself in good operating order. The bad old days of Windows 95 and even XP bogging down under constant use are gone. Still, junk does build up if you're not careful, so cleanup/utility programs such as the easy-to-use AOL Computer Checkup suite ($5 per month, $40 per year) remain on the market.

  • The Week in iOS Apps: '80s mania

    Premium-Inhalt. We're in a real 1980s mood in this week's roundup of iOS apps--whether it's music, movies, or even collecting crazes, there are apps that'll make the old days new again for iPhone and iPad users.

  • Thieves crash car into Apple Store: video

    Premium-Inhalt. Thieves crashed a car into an retail store, swept up a bunch of iPhones and iPads and then had trouble getting the car out of the store, according to tapes released by police.

  • iPhone 5's lack of NFC doesn't matter, survey shows

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple apparently made the right decision to , given that 68% of U.S. consumers prefer to buy good using cash and credit cards over mobile wallets, according to a recent consumer survey.

  • A sign of the post-PC era: DRAM sales down

    Premium-Inhalt. For the first time in a generation, PCs in the second quarter of the year didn't account for the majority of DRAM sales, yet another sign that the industry is moving into a post-PC era, according to data from IHS iSuppli.

  • EU Parliament agrees to new law on orphan works

    Premium-Inhalt. The European Parliament on Thursday approved new uses for so-called orphan works.

  • Over half of Android devices have unpatched vulnerabilities, report says

    Premium-Inhalt. Over half of Android devices are vulnerable to known security flaws that can be exploited by malicious applications to gain complete access to the operating system and the data stored on it, according to a report from mobile security firm Duo Security.

  • Google adds Do-Not-Track to Chrome

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has added a Do Not Track privacy option to Chrome's developer channel, though it's late to the party compared to other browsers.

  • Hands-On With Steam's Big Picture Mode

    Premium-Inhalt. The big news out of Valve this week is their move into the living room with a new version of Steam. I got a chance to poke around Steam's new Big Picture beta and while I was impressed by what I saw, I don't think this is the ultimate solution to gaming on the TV some may be hoping for.

  • Intel's Vision For a Wireless Future Could Be Bunny Ear PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. At the , there is one must-see keynote that many attendees unfortunately miss because it comes last. This keynote, by Intel CTO Justin Rattner, whose taste of whimsy makes his presentations more memorable than most, gives us a glimpse of what's coming soon from Intel Labs.

  • Apple drains iPhone 5 pre-order supplies in an hour

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple today exhausted its supply of the iPhone 5 within an hour of opening its online store for pre-orders, and now is telling customers that their orders won't ship for two weeks.

  • Linking to infringing material can violate copyright, says Dutch court

    Premium-Inhalt. A link to leaked Playboy pictures published by the Dutch blog GeenStijl infringed on Playboy's copyrights, the Court of Amsterdam ruled this week. It is the first time a Dutch court has deemed a hyperlink not only illegal but also copyright infringing.

  • Polish town highlights oddities in Facebook's personal data disclosures

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's store of data about its users holds some surprises, and not just in the sheer quantity of data it is sitting on. Among the surprises it held for me was SBupsk.

  • The Macalope Daily: Hissy fit du jour

    Premium-Inhalt.

  • Gartner Survey: CIOs in Asia Prioritize Business Intelligence, Mobile and Cloud Technologies

    Premium-Inhalt. On the technology front, CIOs in Asia are prioritizing business intelligence and analytics, mobile technologies and cloud computing, according to a survey conducted by analyst firm Gartner.

  • John Lewis sees online sales jump 40%

    Premium-Inhalt. Premium retailer John Lewis has revealed in its interim results that it saw a 40 percent jump in online sales for the half year ended 28 July 2012.

  • Institution of Engineering and Technology launches £1m scholarship fund

    Premium-Inhalt. The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has today launched a £1 million fund towards scholarships for students applying for IET accredited courses in computing, electrical, electronic and manufacturing engineering in 2013.

  • GOV.UK set to replace Directgov on 17 October

    Premium-Inhalt. The Government Digital Service (GDS) has revealed that GOV.UK will officially replace Directgov on 17 October.

  • O2 in discussions with Ofcom to bring 4G spectrum auction forward

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile operator O2 is in discussions with communications regulator Ofcom to bring the timeline of the much anticipated 4G auction forward, in what will be seen as an attempt to fight off competition from rival brand EE.

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