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  • Mehrere Länder blockieren Google-Dienste

    Transparenz-Report

    Die Dienste des amerikanischen Internet-Konzerns Google wurden in den vergangenen Jahren immer wieder aus politischen Gründen blockiert. …mehr

  • Europas IT-Industrie wird irrelevant

    A.T.Kearney-Studie

    Die IT-Industrie liefert Schlüsseltechniken für viele Branchen etwa im Automobil- und Anlagenbau. Europäische IT-Hersteller spielen dabei kaum eine Rolle.  …mehr

  • Am ersten Wochenende 5 Millionen iPhone 5 verkauft

    Apple

    Apple hat nach dem Verkaufsstart des neuen iPhone 5 am ersten Wochenende mehr als fünf Millionen Geräte verkauft.  …mehr

  • Handsfree-Videokamera von Looxcie mit Livestreaming ins Internet

    Gadget des Tages

    Wer seine sportlichen Höchstleistungen schon immer in Echtzeit mit seinen Freinden teilen wollte, sollte einen Blick auf die neue Handsfree-Videokamera von Looxcie werfen. …mehr

  • Apple dominiert auf absehbare Zeit den Tablet-Markt

    IDC

    Die Marktforscher von IDC haben ihre Prognosen für den Tablet-Markt aktualisiert. Der Verlierer dabei heißt Android.  …mehr

  • iPhone 5 besonders leicht zu reparieren

    iFixit

    Bereits kurz nach dem Verkaufsstart des iPhone 5 (in Australien) hat der Reparatur-Dienstleister iFixit das neue Smartphone von Apple auseinander genommen.  …mehr

  • Apple will mehr Geld von Samsung

    Kalifornischer Patentprozess

    Apple will seinen haushohen Sieg im kalifornischen Prozess gegen Samsung komplett machen. …mehr

  • SBB sieht ihre Uhr von Apple kopiert

    Schweizer Bahn

    Apple ist schnell dabei, seine Designrechte durchzusetzen, doch jetzt soll sich der US-Konzern selbst ohne Erlaubnis bedient haben. …mehr

  • Alpha-Versionen von Fedora und Mandriva

    Open-Source und Linux in KW 38

    Einige namhafte Linux-Distributoren liefern Alpha- und Beta-Versionen. Cinnamon 1.6 debütiert und bringt mehr Anwenderfreundlichkeit.  …mehr

  • Die besten Mini-Tools für den Desktop

    Nützliche Utilities für Windows

    Auf den meisten Windows-Rechnern gibt der Desktop ein schwaches Bild ab. Entweder er wird kaum für persönliche Verknüpfungen genutzt oder er ist mit Icons überfüllt. Nützliche Gratis-Tools für den Arbeitsplatz schaffen Abhilfe.  …mehr

  • Facebook stoppt Gesichtserkennung in Europa

    Etappensieg für Datenschützer

    Die Gesichtserkennung bei Facebook hat die deutschen Datenschützer auf die Barrikaden getrieben.  …mehr

  • Foxconn-Werk in China nach Unruhen geschlossen

    Streit unter Arbeitern eskaliert

    Nach gewaltsamen Unruhen unter seinen Arbeitern hat der weltgrößte Elektronikhersteller Foxconn am Montag eines seiner Werke in China schließen müssen. …mehr

  • Sicherheitslücke im Internet Explorer geschlossen

    Microsoft

    Microsoft hat die gefährliche Sicherheitslücke in seinem Browser Internet Explorer geschlossen. …mehr

  • Erste Hilfe nach dem Daten-GAU

    COMPUTERWOCHE 39/2012

    Ab sofort ist die neue COMPUTERWOCHE als Heft und als iPad-Ausgabe erhältlich. Wir kümmern uns um Datenabflüsse, Security im Mittelstand, Karriere mit SAP und die erfolgreichsten ITK-Unternehmen 2012.  …mehr

  • Die Hürden zum Enterprise 2.0

    Misstrauen und Kontrollverlust

    Enterprise 2.0-Initiativen müssen mit Mut und vor allem kultureller Agilität beginnen. Erst dann kommen Tools und Governance ins Spiel, rät Detecon.  …mehr

  • Der sozial vernetzte CIO ist die Ausnahme

    Keine Lust auf Social Media?

    IT-Lenker großer Konzerne kommunizieren bislang eher konservativ. Nur wenige schöpfen das Potenzial von Social-Media-Tools aus.  …mehr

  • Unser Mann beim Kunden

    Ein Tag mit einem SAP-BI-Berater

    Was macht eigentlich ein SAP-Profi den ganzen Tag? CW-Redakteurin Alexandra Mesmer ging mit Tobias Kuhnt, Berater für SAP Business Intelligence bei der Itelligence AG, auf Reisen.  …mehr

  • Alignment - wie es konkret funktioniert

    IT meets Business

    Gelungene IT-Projekte, höchste Kosteneffizienz und Informationssysteme, welche die Geschäftsprozesse perfekt unterstützen. Dieses Szenario lässt sich nur bewerkstelligen, wenn IT und Business optimal zusammenarbeiten. Aber das ist leichter gesagt als getan.  …mehr

  • Sharepoint- und Branchen-Wissen sticht

    Die besten Systemhäuser 2012

    Anwender haben für uns ihre Projekte zur Anwendungs- und Softwareentwicklung benotet. Hier finden Sie die fünf Anbieter mit den besten Bewertungen.  …mehr

  • Meistens engagiert, manchmal lust- und kopflos

    Anwender bewerten Systemhäuser

    Über 4200 Projektbewertungen von knapp 1700 Anwendern belegen: Zum Großteil haben die Systemhäuser einen guten Job gemacht.  …mehr

  • IPv6 traffic rises in U.S., but remains sliver of overall Internet

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. ISPs are reporting a significant rise in IPv6 traffic during the last three months, even though the overall numbers remain tiny -- less than 1% of Internet traffic.

  • 8 things that (still) bug us in iOS 6

    Premium-Inhalt. Now that weve been living with iOS 6 for a while, weve realized (to our chagrin) that it still comes with a few quirks that bugged us in previous versions and still arent fixed. Herewith eight of the surviving features and flaws that bother Macworld editors the most.

  • Just how hackable is your digital life?

    Premium-Inhalt. When Wired News reporter Mat Honan had his digital life hackedand subsequently, virtually wiped outin August, the significant loss of data he endured wasn't the scariest part of the experience. Much more terrifying was the method by which hackers drilled into his digital accounts.

  • Facebook denies reports of major privacy breach

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook today denied news reports of a major privacy breach involving users who saw their private messages from 2009 and before suddenly appearing on their viewable Timeline as messages posted by their friends.

  • In early tests, iPhone 5 customers praise fast LTE wireless speeds

    Premium-Inhalt. LTE data speeds with the new LTE-ready iPhone 5 are many times faster than speeds over older 3G networks, according to delighted users, who praised the data speeds in interviews and in online forums.

  • Mayer expected to lay out Yahoo's turnaround plan Tuesday

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo's new CEO Marissa Mayer is expected to unveil her plan on Tuesday to turn around the ailing Internet company.

  • How to clean up Facebook updates in iOS 6 Contacts

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple says . If you have one (or more) of them, you likely have already explored some of the operating system's new features--including .

  • Turn email into reminders

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Cynthia Nakano needs a more streamlined way to create reminders. She writes:

  • New iPhone 5 users cry foul, claim new phone is too easily scuffed and scratched

    Premium-Inhalt. Some new users are griping that they received scuffed or scratched handsets out of the box, while others are reporting the new iPhone is more susceptible to nicks than previous models. Apple sold since Friday, and it's difficult to know how widespread this issue is.

  • MobileMe users to see bonus iCloud storage end Sunday

    Premium-Inhalt. Former MobileMe customers got a pretty sweet deal with Apple closed down that cloud storage service and replaced it with iCloud: a transitional period with 20GB of free, extra iCloud data storage, which would cost other users up to $40 a year. But that deal----is now coming to an end.

  • Toshiba's tiny and mighty 500GB hard drive is no bigger than an index card

    Premium-Inhalt. Toshiba announced Monday the 500GB Canvio Slim ($115) portable hard drive which is smaller than an index card--4.2 x 2.9 inches--and slightly more than a quarter-inch (0.35) thick.

  • Get a free domain name and Web hosting for one year

    Premium-Inhalt. It's the rare new business that wouldn't benefit from a home on the Web. Quite the opposite: If someone goes looking for a business like yours and doesn't find at least a simple Web site for it, well, that's a customer who's probably going to a competitor.

  • 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.

  • Tweets run 2 to 1 for Google over Apple in iOS 6 map mess

    Premium-Inhalt. Consumers ranked Google Maps better than Apple's new homegrown mapping technology by more than 2 to 1 on Twitter, a social media analytics company said today.

  • Four hours in colonial America: Assassin's Creed 3 hands-on

    Premium-Inhalt. I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that Assassin's Creed 2 is one of my favorite games of this generation. There was a pure sense of exploration and discovery that I haven't found in any game since, not even the semi-sequels Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood or Revelations. Since that experience, I've been looking for a game to revive that feeling, and, while things have changed in games since Assassin's Creed 2 was originally released back in 2009, I found that feeling while exploring the frontier in Assassin's Creed 3, and it feels good.

  • Microsoft to make the case for new Exchange version

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft will lay out the reasons it believes enterprises need to adopt the new version of its Exchange email server at a conference this week devoted to the product.

  • Kenneth van Wyk: Shutting down security gotchas in iOS 6

    Premium-Inhalt. I and many of my fellow iOS users spent some time last week upgrading our iPhones, iPads and/or iPod Touches. If you are among those people, or even if you're one of the cautious souls who decided to wait before , you probably want to know what gotchas await and what you can do to keep from getting burned.

  • Salesforce commits to giving machines social profiles

    Premium-Inhalt. Salesforce.com is looking to create a market that enables machines to have social networks that interact with employees and customers, where one senior executive told Computerworld UK that the company is in talks with industry to "do more in depth work in this area very soon".

  • How the U.S. is winning the race to next-gen Internet

    Premium-Inhalt. With the worldwide supply of , the United States is pulling ahead of its global rivals in the deployment of next-generation Internet services based on the emerging standard.

  • 6 signs that the U.S. is overtaking the world at IPv6

    Premium-Inhalt. Having 40-odd years ago, the United States has had the first-mover advantage when it comes to selling products and services that run on this ubiquitous communications platform. Now the United States is pulling ahead of its global rivals on next-gen Internet services built around the emerging IPv6 standard.

  • HP pairs Autonomy Idol with Trim records management

    Premium-Inhalt. As part of a strategy to integrate its enterprise software products, Hewlett-Packard has updated its Trim records management software so that it works with Autonomy IDOL search and classification software for unstructured data.

  • Now in Ubuntu Linux 12.10: integrated Amazon search results

    Premium-Inhalt. News about Ubuntu Linux 12.10 is coming fast and furious as the software's October release date approaches, but it seems fair to say that not even the project's have been as controversial as a new feature that came to light late last week.

  • C64 Forever: Relive the golden days of the Commodore 64 without the hardware headaches

    Premium-Inhalt. Commodore 64 fans who want to take a stroll down memory lane should take a peek at Cloanto's emulator C64 Forever ($15 for download, $20 for standalone; free demo).

  • Deal with email annoyances

    Premium-Inhalt. Despite the world's rapid move to other means of communicationtext, instant messaging, and social networking serviceswe still rely on email. Given email's importance and how long the technology has been around, its surprising to see the problems many people continue to have with sending, receiving, and filtering email. Lets clear up some of those problems now.

  • BYOD and Smartphones: Ingram Micro Goes Global

    Premium-Inhalt. Only a few hundred employees had opted into Ingram Micro's newly crafted "Bring Your Own Device" smartphone program when the finance department saw an opportunity to blow it up. The corporate contract with AT&T was coming to a close, and Ingram Micro chose not to renew.

  • Planes, trains, and automobiles: The cutting edge of technology on the go

    Premium-Inhalt. The urge to climb the next hill and see what's over the horizon is as old as human existence. To seek out strange new resorts and new souvenirs: that is the voyage that we all seek to undertake, with hopefully a nice, sandy beach at the destination.

  • Hands-on with The War Z

    Premium-Inhalt. Late last week I got a chance to dive head-first into the upcoming zombie survival MMO , with Executive Producer Sergey Titov showing me around. Here's what I learned while racking up a significant virtual body count.

  • New cryptographic hash function not needed, Schneier says

    Premium-Inhalt. As the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) prepares to announce the winner of its competition to find the next-generation cryptographic hash algorithm, renowned cryptographer Bruce Schneier doesn't think that a new hash function is needed at this time.

  • Smartphone shipments to hit 1.7bn in 2017: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. Global smartphone shipments will reach 1.7 billion in 2017, with emerging markets experiencing particularly strong growth, according to Ovum's 'Smartphones in Emerging Markets: Shifting Landscape' report.

  • Red flags raised over 'Cyberbullying Bill'

    Premium-Inhalt. It is aimed at combating harmful digital communications, but those attending an InternetNZ workshop on the Communications (New Media) Bill are concerned it may interfere with free speech.

  • Hands on with Apple TV Software Update 5.1

    Premium-Inhalt. On Monday Apple made the available to owners of second- and third-generation Apple TVs. Among the update's major additions are support for iOS 6's shared photo streams, AirPlay broadcasting, and iTunes account switching.

  • Adobe unveils Edge Tools & Services for Web creation

    Premium-Inhalt. has unveiled a new family of software called Edge Tools & Services, a set of seven "task-focused tools" to assist the creation and development of websites, digital content, and mobile apps.

  • Study: Estonia, US have most Internet freedom

    Premium-Inhalt. Residents of Estonia have the most freedom to do what they want on the Internet, with the U.S. ranking second among 47 countries examined by a group that pushes for democratic freedoms worldwide.

  • Barron's slams Facebook, stock plunges

    Premium-Inhalt. Any boost Facebook got a few weeks ago from since the company went public, seem to have dissipated.

  • Breaking up with a mentor with class and grace

    Premium-Inhalt. Mentorships aren't meant to last forever. Their purpose is to help junior employees establish goals and move forward in their career paths. Once the objective has been reached, the relationship usually lapses. But sometimes mentorships should be ended before the mentee's goals have been reached. The mentee may feel that the relationship has gone off course and that his needs aren't being met. When that happens, how do you end the relationship with class and grace? Below are some tips.

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