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  • Wirtschaftskrise beeinflusst den Server-Markt

    Top 100 - Server 2012

    Die Anbieter von Servern leben in schwierigen Zeiten. Sie müssen der Wirtschaftskrise trotzen und Marktanteile verteidigen.  …mehr

  • Intel stellt digitalen Chip für Funknetze vor

    IDF

    Intel hat auf seinem Entwicklerforum in San Francisco den Prototyp eines neuen WLAN-Chips gezeigt, der weitgehend aus digitalen Komponenten besteht. …mehr

  • Kopfhörer werden zum coolen Modeartikel

    Hip-Hop-Stars als Designer

    Wer cool sein will, ist leise. Während in den 1980er Jahren die Ghettoblaster der Inbegriff von Jugendkultur waren, sind es heute stylische Kopfhörer. …mehr

  • Big Data ist kein Datawarehouse-Projekt

    Andreas Seufert im Interview

    Das Handling wachsender unstrukturierter Datenmengen hält enorme Herausforderungen bereitet. Andreas Seufert vom Institut für Business Intelligence und Jury-Mitglied des BigData-Awards von COMPUTERWOCHE, empfiehlt Anwendern eine integrative BI-Strategie. …mehr

  • Motorola bringt RAZR HD nach Deutschland

    Ab Oktober

    Das kürzlich von Motorola vorgestellte Droid RAZR HD kommt als Motorola RAZR HD im Oktober nach Deutschland. Bis auf die Unterstützung der Funkformate hat die Europa-Version die gleiche hochwertige Ausstattung. …mehr

  • Die wichtigsten IT-Produkte der Woche

    Vom iPhone 5 bis zu kostenloser IT-Literatur

    Die COMPUTERWOCHE präsentiert Ihnen die spannendsten neuen IT-Produkte aus der vergangenen Woche. …mehr

  • Entlastung für den E-Mail-Eingang

    CW-Kolumne

    Schritt für Schritt nisten sich Social- Media-ähnliche Funktionen in die interne Kommunikation ein. Die Entwicklung ist unausweichlich, unter anderem weil die Hersteller von Unternehmenssoftware ihr Portfolio und ihre Lösungen um Social Business erweitern. …mehr

  • Glow - Das quelloffene Javascript-Framework der BBC

    Kleine Helfer

    Mit "Glow” bietet das britische Medienhaus BBC ein selbst entwickeltes Javascript-Framework an, das viele nützliche Funktionen und sehr gute UI-Widgets zur Verfügung stellt.  …mehr

  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean auf Intel-Smartphones portiert

    Schneller Neuling

    Intel mag ein Neuling im Smartphone-Markt sein, doch bei der Portierung des von Google entwickelten Betriebssystems Android wird der Chip-Entwickler immer schneller. Auch Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, das erst im Juni vorgestellt wurde, hat das Unternehmen nach eigenen Angaben schon für seine Chip-Technik angepasst. …mehr

  • RFID in der Praxis

    Wie RFID-Projekte Kosten senken

    Die Funktechnik Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) optimiert Prozesse und spart Geld. Drei Projektbeispiele veranschaulichen den Nutzen.  …mehr

  • Was "Spieler" können müssen

    Karriereratgeber

    Leser fragen, Personalprofis antworten. Dieses Mal im Fokus unseres interaktiven Ratgebers: Die Karriereaussichten in der Spielebranche.  …mehr

  • Zehn IT-Bereiche mit Handlungsbedarf

    Experton-Analyse

    Client-Strategie, Virtualisierung, Cloud oder Business Intelligence - viele IT-Leiter sind in diesen Bereichen nicht auf der Höhe der Zeit. Experton-Analyst Luis Praxmarer hat 10 Technologiebereiche identifiziert, für die im Jahr 2012 unbedingt Handlungsbedarf besteht. …mehr

  • ‘High risk’ Fujitsu likely to suffer in bids for broadband

    Premium-Inhalt. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has revealed that any suppliers that have been branded 'high risk' by the government will be scrutinised before being given any work under the Broadband Delivery UK framework.

  • Google blocked Acer smartphone on Android incompatibility concerns

    Premium-Inhalt. Google responded to allegations it stopped the launch of a new Acer smartphone in China, by stating that the handset's Chinese-developed mobile OS was "apparently derived" from Android, but still not fully compatible with the Android ecosystem and its apps.

  • Google touts new Apps customers in education vertical

    Premium-Inhalt. Google announced 14 new customers for its Apps for Education cloud suite, as it continues to jockey for position against rivals like Microsoft in this important vertical market.

  • Microsoft discovers Chinese malware pre-installed on new PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has published evidence of an extraordinary conspiracy in which potent botnet malware was apparently installed and hidden on PCs during their manufacture in China.

  • Takeover rumours continue around Sage

    Premium-Inhalt. An increase in the share price of UK accountancy software firm Sage this week has led to further speculation that the company is an imminent takeover target.

  • Information Commissioner criticises 'dreamed up' EU cookie directive

    Premium-Inhalt. The Information Commissioner Christopher Graham has questioned the effectiveness of the EU cookie directive, suggesting that it was "dreamed up by politicians in Brussels" without the appropriate market research to back it up.

  • Ten Questions to Ask Before Using a Startup

    Premium-Inhalt. Using a little-known tech supplier can produce big benefits, but it requires doing your homework

  • Innovation Can Start Far From Home

    Premium-Inhalt. In his reverse innovation theory, Chris Trimble, an adjunct professor of business administration at Dartmouth College, asserts that companies should target customers in emerging economies to gain competitive advantage in the "rich world." Trimble is co-author, with Vijay Govindarajan, of .

  • Why CIOs Should Mentor Startups

    Premium-Inhalt. Working with technology startups has long been a part of every CIO's job, but the relative importance of that work waxes and wanes with market forces. When the pace of tech change is predictable and the biggest vendors call all the shots, why wander out on a limb with some no-name, bleeding-edge newbie?

  • Tablets for Flight Attendants on American Airlines

    Premium-Inhalt. It's hard to imagine employees and customers getting closer than they do in the aisles of an airplane, but American Airlines wants to get them even closer. Digitally, anyway.

  • 5 Things CIOs Need to Know About CX

    Premium-Inhalt. Bruce Temkin, managing partner of the Temkin Group, a customer experience (CX) research and consulting company, says companies need to reach out to customers through varied channels: "Listen in on calls, read feedback from surveys, and learn how to integrate this into the development of IT," he says. AT&T did this when it revamped its CX in retail stores. "We had customers provide direct feedback about the technology," says CIO Thaddeus Arroyo, whose team also learned from videos of customers interacting with sales reps.

  • Time to Pay It Forward for Better Educated IT Workers

    Premium-Inhalt. , I discussed how over the past decade, international science and math assessment tests have continually shown American students falling further and further behind their peers in other countries.

  • Tibet Trojan attacks connected to Chinese programmer

    Premium-Inhalt. Security firm AlienVault thinks it has identified a key Chinese programmer with connections to the Chinese Government who could be behind a long-running malware assault on pro-Tibet campaigners, including with the recent PlugX RAT Trojan.

  • iPads Lighten Load for Sales Staff At Boston Scientific

    Premium-Inhalt. When he rolled out iPads to the field sales force at Boston Scientific, a large medical device maker, CIO Rich Adduci suspected the strategy was a winner. The tablets would replace mounds of brochures and supporting material that sales staff had to lug to meetings with busy doctors.

  • Google to drop support for IE8 on Nov. 15

    Premium-Inhalt. Google will drop support for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) for its online apps and services in mid-November, effectively ending support for many users of Windows XP.

  • Is Apple lost without Steve Jobs?

    Premium-Inhalt. unveiled a solid and desirable lineup of new products and services this week. But the whole announcement event just fell flat. Something was conspicuously missing.

  • CatN steals over £1m of Thomas Cook business from Accenture

    Premium-Inhalt. UK-based web hosting company CatN has migrated Thomas Cook's entire Western European e-commerce operations to its own environment, effectively stealing the business from Accenture.

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