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  • Moderne IT-Infrastrukturen mit integrierten Experten-Systemen

    CW-Webcast

    Cloud Computing, große Datenmengen, das mobile Unternehmen - so lauten die Megatrends der Geschäftswelt 2012. Umso größer die Herausforderungen für die bestehende IT-Infrastruktur.  …mehr

  • Funkwerk verkauft weitere Tochterfirma

    An novero

    Der Kommunikationstechnik-Anbieter Funkwerk verkauft eine weitere Tochtergesellschaft. …mehr

  • Microsoft schubst Office-Privatkunden Richtung Abo

    Neue Preismodelle

    Mit Office 2013 bietet Microsoft sein Büropaket erstmals auch für Privatkunden im Subskriptionsmodell an.  …mehr

  • Leica kündigt neue "M" an

    photokina 2012

    Die Leica Camera AG, Solms, hat gestern Abend auf der photokina 2012 einen feuchten Fotografen-Traum vorgestellt.  …mehr

  • CID - Big Data in Echtzeit mit Texten, Daten und Informationen

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Wissen als Unternehmenswert zu aktivieren und gezielt zur Sicherung der eigenen Wettbewerbsfähigkeit einzusetzen - für diese Aufgaben bietet CID den Topic Analyst. Mit semantischer Sprachverarbeitung unterschiedlich strukturierter Informationen soll er hohe Ergebnisqualität und themenbasierte Analyse ermöglichen.  …mehr

  • Neue stylische Kopfhörer von Sony

    Gadget des Tages

    Wer auf der Suche nach neuen Kopfhörern ist, sollte einen Blick auf die neuen Modelle von Sony werfen. …mehr

  • Amazon Cloud Player startet in Deutschland

    Streaming

    Seit heute ist der "Cloud Player" von Amazon auch in Deutschland verfügbar.  …mehr

  • BT Global Services bekommt einen neuen CEO

    Luis Alvarez

    Luis Alvarez wird zum 1. Oktober CEO von BT Global Services, der IT-Dienstleistungssparte des britischen Telekomriesen BT Group.  …mehr

  • "Klick mich" fragt nach der Identität im Netz

    Psychogramm

    Julia Schramm, Enfant terrible unter den Netz-Promis, hat ein Buch geschrieben. Die "Bekenntnisse einer Internet-Exhibitionistin" sind Dokument eines Lebensstils, der das Netz ins Zentrum stellt - mit all seiner Beliebigkeit, Hilflosigkeit und dem Ruf nach Veränderung. …mehr

  • LTE ist in Deutschland noch unbekannt

    Deloitte Mobile Consumer Survey

    Die Netzqualität ist Nutzern von mobilen Endgeräten immer wichtiger - dennoch ist LTE (Long Term Evolution) in Deutschland weitestgehend unbekannt.  …mehr

  • Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials installieren und einrichten

    Mit Videoanleitungen

    Mit dem Small Business Server 2011 Essentials richtet sich Microsoft an kleinere Unternehmen mit bis zu 25 Nutzern. Der folgende Praxisbeitrag führt Schritt für Schritt durch Installation und Einrichtung des SBS 2011 Essentials.  …mehr

  • Google kauft deutschstämmige Fotofilterfirma Nik

    Für die 400 Mio. Google+-Nutzer?

    Nach Facebook hat sich nun auch Google einen Fotospezialisten gekauft. …mehr

  • Universität Paderborn: Eine Wolke für den Maschinenbau

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Das war nicht leicht: CAD-Anwendungen für den Maschinenbau gelten als Schwergewichte in Sachen Rechenleistung und Datentransfer. Die IT der Universität Paderborn und ihr externer Dienstleister NextiraOne Deutschland verlegten sie dennoch in die Cloud - mit Erfolg.  …mehr

  • Apple-Aktie erreicht neues Allzeithoch

    Vorfreude aufs iPhone 5

    Apple-Fans können es kaum noch erwarten, bis das iPhone 5 am Freitag herauskommt. …mehr

  • CloudSigma AG: Schweizer Infrastruktur-Services für die EnergieAgentur.NRW

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Die Berater der EnergieAgentur .NRW arbeiten mit Präsentationen aus der Cloud. Für Energie- und Kosteneffizienz sorgt dabei die Abrechnung der bezogenen Leistungen aus dem Cloud-Rechenzentrum im Fünf-Minuten-Takt.  …mehr

  • AMD verliert überraschend deutschen Finanzchef

    Aktie bricht ein

    Nach drei Jahren verlässt der aus Deutschland stammende Finanzchef Thomas Seifert ohne Vorwarnung den US-Chiphersteller AMD. …mehr

  • INFO AG: BearingPoint plant Unfied Communications aus der Cloud

    Best in Cloud 2012

    Die Management- und Technologie-Berater von BearingPoint nutzen die ITK-Services der QSC-ITK-Cloud. Die QSC-Tochter INFO AG bewirbt sich mit dem Projekt in der Proof-of Concept-Phase um den Best in Cloud Award in der Kategorie Software as a Service (SaaS), Hybrid Cloud.  …mehr

  • Schwere Sicherheitslücke im Internet Explorer

    BSI empfiehlt alternative Browser

    Im Internet Explorer Version 6 bis 9 auf allen Windows-Versionen klafft eine riesige Zero-Day-Sicherheitslücke.  …mehr

  • Blue Yonder - große Datenmengen vorausschauend analysieren

    Big Data 2012 - die besten Projekte

    Die Predictive Analytics Software NeuroBayes stammt aus der experimentellen Elementarteilchenphysik. Dort fallen jede Sekunde Datenmengen im PetaByte-Bereich an. Was sich in der Wissenschaft bewährt hat, steht jetzt auch im Unternehmensalltag zur Verfügung.  …mehr

  • Wie CIOs IT-Services einfordern

    Claim-Management

    IT-Outsourcing birgt Risiken, die durch Claim-Management kalkulierbarer werden. Wie Anwender Forderungen beim Provider durchsetzen, lesen Sie hier.  …mehr

  • Warum PM-Projekte scheitern

    Ratgeber Projekt-Management-Tools

    Selten sind es äußerliche Faktoren wie schlechte Beratung, die die Einführung eines Projekt-Management-Tools zum Scheitern verurteilen.  …mehr

  • Was CIOs in Versicherungen beschäftigt

    Executive Think Tank Insurance-IT

    Das Bayerische kennt den Spruch von der "Eierlegenden Wollmilchsau". Wie solch ein Wundervieh, das alles kann, dürften sich dieser Tage die CIOs in Versicherungen fühlen.  …mehr

  • Sieben ERP-Produkte im Vergleich

    Testbericht ERP-Systeme

    Der ERP-Contest 2011 hat die "Tauglichkeit" von sieben großen ERP-Systemen genau unter die Lupe genommen. Wir stellen die wesentlichen Ergebnisse vor.  …mehr

  • Plattformen für die Private Cloud

    VMware, OpenStack oder Eucalyptus

    Was leisten die Private-Cloud-Plattformen von VMware und Microsoft? Sind Open-Source-Pakete wie OpenStack oder Eucalyptus für Unternehmen die bessere Wahl?  …mehr

  • Zynga acquires multiplayer games developer A Bit Lucky

    Premium-Inhalt. Games company Zynga has acquired multiplayer, multiplatform games developer A Bit Lucky, it said Monday.

  • 'Flame' malware may have siblings, study finds

    Premium-Inhalt. A deeper look into the Flame malware, linked to the infamous Stuxnet, has revealed that it may be just one of four pieces of malware created by the same unknown development team.

  • Mac buyers' guide: What you need to know before heading to the Apple Store

    Premium-Inhalt. You've finally decided to purchase a new Mac -- whether it's your first, a replacement, or for school -- you'll need to consider a lot of things. Do you buy a notebook, emphasizing portability; or get an iMac, focusing on power in your home? Or maybe -- with an all-day battery in concert with instant-on reliability - all you need is an iPad? If you're not sure what to get, here's what you need to keep in mind before heading to the Apple store.

  • Leaked Windows 8 tablet pricing suggests Asus is targeting big spenders

    Premium-Inhalt. Asus' first batch of Windows 8 tablets won't come cheap, at least according to a leaked product roadmap full of pricing details.

  • FedEx begins shipping iPhone 5 pre-orders

    Premium-Inhalt. The first batch of iPhone 5 handsets began shipping on Tuesday to people who ordered them online last week, according to FedEx tracking notices delivered the same day.

  • Mac Gems: Fission 2 is a powerful but easy-to-use audio editor

    Premium-Inhalt. For years, Rogue Amoeba's has been my go-to tool for manipulating audio files. Whenever I need to trim songs, splice tracks, edit voice recordings, fade tracks in or out, or create ringtones, Fission has been simple and efficient--once you've mastered the basics, you can do any of these tasks and more.

  • AccountEdge Pro 2012 a business standout, but shows its age

    Premium-Inhalt. Acclivity's is the powerful, significantly more feature-rich big brother to the company's very good entry level business account application, . Both are built on the same double-entry accounting foundation, but AccountEdge Pro offers significantly more features and capabilities, including inventory management, purchasing, time-billing, and payroll. AccountEdge Pro also includes a combination of about 20 new features, enhancements, and improvements.

  • Twitter redesigns its iPad app, introduces new profile header

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter's getting just a bit more photogenic: The company on Tuesday , along with updates to its iOS and Android apps and a new profile page overhaul that includes Facebook-style cover photos.

  • The Macalope Daily: Apple also killed Chuck Cunningham

    Premium-Inhalt. [Editor's Note: The Macalope Daily is an exclusive benefit for our Macworld Insider members, but is being made available to all Macworld readers for a limited time. To learn more about this and other features, visit our .]

  • Steve Jobs's seven key decisions

    Premium-Inhalt. When Steve Jobs officially returned to Apple 15 years ago, it marked a moment of rebirth for the ailing company. Within eight months (September 17, 1997, to be exact), he (later abbreviated to "iCEO" for cuteness) and executed a stark and keen strategy to save Apple from oblivion.

  • FBI eager to embrace mobile 'Rapid DNA' testing

    Premium-Inhalt. It's been the FBI's dream for years -- to do near-instant DNA analysis using mobile equipment in the field -- and now "Rapid DNA" gear is finally here.

  • Box Accelerator streamlines cloud data uploads

    Premium-Inhalt. One of the biggest problems faced by cloud storage users is upload speed. It's an issue, however, that just became much less of a concern for Box customers .

  • Google+ hits milestone -- 100M active monthly users

    Premium-Inhalt. Answering critics who said Google+ was among the walking dead, Google this week announced that it has some 100 million active users among the 400 million that have signed up for the social network that in June.

  • Prepare your business for digital disaster

    Premium-Inhalt. You don't have to look hard to find tales of technological disaster. The infiltrated thousands of Middle Eastern PCs, where it could intercept online banking credentials. Apple iPhones were to spoofed SMS messages. all but demolished Western Digital's hard drive production facilities in Thailand.

  • ioSafe unveils new disaster-proof NAS cloud appliance

    Premium-Inhalt. ioSafe, the storage company that has gained some Internet notoriety by to try to destroy its encased hard drives and arrays, today released a new disaster-proof cloud NAS appliance.

  • Twitter takes page from Facebook for new redesign

    Premium-Inhalt. Twitter is getting a new look and it's looking a lot like Facebook.

  • RIM, Microsoft ink licensing deal for media-focused file storage format

    Premium-Inhalt. announced that it has reached a deal with troubled BlackBerry smartphone manufacturer Research In Motion that will see RIM gain access to the larger company's proprietary Extended File Allocation Table format.

  • Windows, Mac, and Linux version naming schemes explained

    Premium-Inhalt. Do software version names matter at all? Or are we all just curating a rich library of goofy things for future archaeologists to laugh at? Does anybody buy, use, or trust the code on their computer, tablet, or phone based on its name?

  • Getting the most out of broadband to back up MPLS

    Premium-Inhalt. The problem with using broadband to back up branch office links is 1) you spend all that money on the pipes and most of the time they simply lie fallow, and 2) when MPLS does go down the failover process often takes so long it kills active sessions.

  • How to future-proof your hardware for Windows 8

    Premium-Inhalt. It's like a special consumer-tech corollary of Murphy's law: Your PC will inevitably die just before a new Windows OS is about to ship. You need a new laptop immediately, and you can't wait to buy one that comes with the new OS preinstalled.

  • QuickBooks Online goes global

    Premium-Inhalt. QuickBooks Online is now available on a global basis thanks to configuration options that help the cloud-based accounting software for small businesses support local tax codes, languages and other factors, Intuit announced Tuesday.

  • Google buys photo editor Snapseed

    Premium-Inhalt. The rivalry between Google and Facebook is stepping up a notch after Google on Monday acquired Nik Software, the German company behind , a popular iOS photo app. Snapseed is a photo manipulation app that also uses filters in a similar way to Facebook-owned Instagram does. Snapseed was previously Apple's pick for the iPad App of the Year.

  • Dump Internet Explorer until Microsoft issues patch, security experts warn

    Premium-Inhalt. If you use Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8 or 9 as your default browser on a , security experts are advising you to use a different Web browser until Microsoft patches a critical vulnerability in IE. Microsoft on Monday confirmed that hackers were actively exploiting an IE vulnerability that could allow an attacker to take over your PC. The exploit does not affect users running on the Release Preview.

  • JetBlue in-flight Wi-Fi coming Q1 2013, free at first

    Premium-Inhalt. JetBlue plans to rollout in-flight Wi-Fi in the first quarter of 2013, with free baseline service for at least the first 30 planes in its fleet.

  • RIM signs deal to license Microsoft exFAT technology

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft announcing a new licensing deal with Research In Motion (RIM). RIM will be licensing Microsoft's exFAT file system for use in BlackBerry mobile devices.

  • In IT hiring, DevOps is a growing trend: Dice

    Premium-Inhalt. The current economic recovery may be proceeding far more slowly than most would like, but when it comes to , two trends appear to be going relatively strong.

  • What you need to know about the Internet Explorer zero-day attacks

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft has confirmed reports that a zero-day vulnerability in its Internet Explorer Web browser is being actively attacked in the wild. While Microsoft works diligently to crank out a patch, it's important for businesses and consumers to understand the threat, and the steps that can be taken to avoid compromise while you wait.

  • Do Klout Perks carry any real-world weight?

    Premium-Inhalt. You may be more than the sum of your parts, but to Klout, you're just a number. The analytics company monitors your interactions on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and beyond. It then sorts through the data to generate a numeric score that purportedly "" on a scale from 1 to 100.

  • Anglian Water integrates Sharepoint and LiveLink for new ECM system

    Premium-Inhalt. Anglian Water is in the process of migrating over one million documents to its new enterprise content management (ECM) system, which was implemented by Infosys and integrates Open Text's LiveLink and Microsoft's Sharepoint.

  • European gaming giant deploys Hadoop to better understand its players

    Premium-Inhalt. One of Europe's largest gaming companies, King.com, has deployed Cloudera's Distribution for Apache Hadoop in a bid to better understand its online gamers and boost its revenue.

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