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  • Microsoft investiert in Social-Media-Ranking-Dienst Klout

    Für Bing

    Microsoft ist mit einem "strategischen Investment" beim Social-Media-Dienstleister Klout eingestiegen. …mehr

  • Intel startet den nächsten Mobility-Versuch

    Dual-Core-Chip Atom 72760

    Intel setzt große Hoffnung in den neuen Mobility-Chip "Atom Z2760". Der mit 1.8 Gigahertz getaktete Doppelkern-Prozessor ist das erste Mitglied der neuen "Clover-Trail"- Familie.  …mehr

  • Infineon-Chef Peter Bauer geht

    Wachwechsel

    Peter Bauer hat wie kaum ein Manager vor ihm eine Krankheit öffentlich gemacht. …mehr

  • Sony-Einstieg bei Olympus perfekt

    50 Milliarden Yen

    Der Einstieg von Sony beim angeschlagenen japanischen Konkurrenten Olympus ist perfekt. …mehr

  • Gmail unterstützt jetzt auch CardDAV-Sync

    Kontakte

    Google unterstützt jetzt die Synchronisation von Kontakten über den offenen Standard CardDAV.  …mehr

  • Fehlender Überblick kostet Millionen

    Alte Daten und Anwendungen

    Ungenutzte Software und inkonsistente Daten schaden Firmen immens. Viele behalten aus Compliance-Gründen alte Anwendungen, Fachbereiche pflegen Daten schlecht.  …mehr

  • Google startet mobile, lokale App

    FieldTrip für Android und iOS

    Die neue Google-App "FieldTrip" gibt mobilen Nutzern Tipps und Informationen zur näheren Umgebung. Die App läuft auf Android-Smartphones. Eine iOS-Version folgt.  …mehr

  • Ärzte wollen Krankenkassen öffentlich im Internet bewerten

    "FAZ"

    Gesundheits-Ranking einmal anders: Deutschlands Kassenärzte und Psychotherapeuten wollen in einem öffentlich einsehbaren Internetportal die Leistungen von Krankenkassen bewerten. …mehr

  • Brasiliens Google-Chef wieder auf freiem Fuß

    YouTube-Video weiter im Netz

    Brasiliens Google-Chef Fabio José Silva Coelho ist nur wenige Stunden nach seiner Festnahme wieder auf freien Fuß gesetzt worden. …mehr

  • Jetzt auch Unterwasserbilder in Maps

    Google taucht

    Google geht mit seinem Kartendienst jetzt auch unter Wasser. …mehr

  • Wie gut sind populäre Freeware-Tools?

    Windows schützen

    Das Angebot an kostenlosen Security-Tools für Windows ist kaum zu durchschauen. Selbst die großen Sicherheitsanbieter bieten Freeware-Lösungen an, die sehr beliebt sind. Doch taugen sie in der Praxis auch etwas?  …mehr

  • Blackberry-Hersteller RIM bremst Talfahrt

    Aktie steigt 20 Prozent

    Wenige Monate vor dem Verkaufsstart der ersten Smartphones mit dem Betriebssystem-Hoffnungsträger Blackberry 10 kann der Hersteller Research In Motion seinen Abwärtstrend stoppen. …mehr

  • Gratis-Tools von Microsoft für Windows 7

    Ratgeber Windows

    Schützen Sie Ihren Rechner vor Viren, schreiben Sie Mails und erforschen Sie das Weltall - alles kostenlos und mit Microsoft-Tools.  …mehr

  • Gartner - BI vor radikalem Wandel

    3 Ebenen der Konsumerisierung

    BI scheitert weitgehend, weil die Tools den Anwendern zu kompliziert und langsam sind. Auch die Ergebnisse sind oft irrelevant. Konsumerisierung könnte das ändern. Best-of-Breed statt BI-Plattform könnte die Folge sein.  …mehr

  • Verschenktes Virtualisierungspotenzial

    Unternehmen im Vergleich

    KMU virtualisieren mehr Anwendungen als große Firmen - bei geschäftskritischen wie Mail-System oder SQL-Datenbank hinken sie laut Aberdeen aber noch hinterher.  …mehr

  • "Wir wollen die innovativste Business-Software-Firma werden"

    Mehr Kreativität in der SAP AG

    Der SAP-Aufsichtsratschef und der Co-Vorstandsvorsitzende haben die Marschroute vorgegeben: Hasso Plattner und Jim Hageman Snabe wollen für mehr Kreativität und weniger Hierarchie sorgen.  …mehr

  • Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A im Test

    Notebook für unterwegs

    Das Asus-Ultrabook Zenbook Prime UX31A ist dem Macbook Air dicht auf den Fersen. Nicht nur weil es fast genauso aussieht. Sondern auch, weil es einige Dinge besser macht als das Vorbild.  …mehr

  • E-Mail - Opfer ihres Erfolgs

    Nachruf auf die die elektronische Post

    Elektronische Post als alleiniges Mittel der digitalen Kommunikation ist nicht mehr zeitgemäß. Unternehmen wenden sich neuen Formen des Informationsaustauschs zu.  …mehr

  • Im finanziellen Würgegriff von Ebay?

    Kaufpreiszahlungen geändert

    Welche Nachteile die neue Zahlungsabwicklung des Online-Auktionshauses für Internet-Händler hat, beschreibt Johannes Richard.  …mehr

  • NYSE will use Twitter and Facebook if email fails

    Premium-Inhalt. The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) has said that it plans to use Twitter and Facebook for finding buyers and sellers to close daily trading, following a technical glitch that saw its usual method of email fail.

  • With tablet chip, Intel tries to lessen its dependency on PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. With Intel unveiling a tablet processor this week, analysts say the chip maker may be on track to becoming less dependent on the struggling PC market.

  • Tim Cook 'did not have to write' Apple's apology, argues analyst

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Tim Cook's apology earlier today was unnecessary, a Wall Street analyst said.

  • Start Recruiting IT Talent Now

    Premium-Inhalt. Here's a paradox: Your need to hire great technologists is at an all-time high, but the talent pool is shrinking. Computer science enrollments are down, young people are not interested in IT, and "experienced mobile architect" is an oxymoron.

  • iPhone 5 8th most popular search on internet

    Premium-Inhalt. Just how popular is ? Very. It was the eighth most popular web search on the day of its launch. See also: .

  • OpenWorld 2012: What's in store

    Premium-Inhalt. With each year, Oracle becomes a bigger company and in turn, so does its annual OpenWorld conference, which kicks off Sunday in San Francisco.

  • Google tweaks travel search site for tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has updated its flight search engine to make it easier to use on tablets, as more and more people use those devices to book their travel, the company said in a Friday.

  • FCC moves forward on incentive spectrum auctions

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission took the first step Friday toward groundbreaking auctions of television spectrum to mobile carriers faced with skyrocketing bandwidth demands from their customers.

  • Hackers compromise Adobe server, use it to digitally sign malicious files

    Premium-Inhalt. The story, "Hackers compromise Adobe server, use it to digitally sign malicious files," was inadvertently posted to the wire Friday during the editing process.

  • Clover Trail tablets pitched as workplace-friendly

    Premium-Inhalt. Some of the tablet makers at a launch event for Intel's emphasized the business smarts of their products as a way to distinguish them from Apple's market-leading iPad.

  • ShortcutFoo: Master keyboard shortcuts in no time

    Premium-Inhalt. If you find yourself reaching for the mouse too often, Web app ShortcutFoo ($5, free demo with feature limitations) can help you start using the keyboard for everything.

  • BlueStacks store brings Android apps to PCs

    Premium-Inhalt. PC users cringed at the news that the Windows 8 app store has ready to go, but fear not: The free AMD AppZone store is today bringing 500,000 Android apps to PCs.

  • The Week in iOS Accessories: iPhone 5 (and cuteness)

    Premium-Inhalt. It didn't take long for iOS accessory makers to react to the launch of the iPhone 5. Sure, the new phone is a little longer than its predecessors--and yes, it has that that's incompatible with every previous generation of accessories--but there's still gold in them thar accessory hills. This week's roundup features iPhone 5 gear, things for your older iPhone, and some of the cutest accessories we've ever seen.

  • Hackers compromise Adobe server, use it to digitally sign malicious files

    Premium-Inhalt. Adobe plans to revoke a code-signing certificate after hackers compromised one of the company's internal servers and used it to digitally sign two malicious utilities.

  • CableJive Lightning adaptor connects iPhone 5 to older speaker docks

    Premium-Inhalt. That didn't take long. Just a week after the debut of the iPhone 5 and its , accessory maker has a new adapter, the , that makes it possible to connect the new phone to speaker docks made for Apple's older 30-pin dock connector.

  • Companies Race to the Patent Office to Protect Their IT Breakthroughs

    Premium-Inhalt. As companies strive to regain the ground lost to the recession, CEOs are talking a lot about innovation. Some have decreed that a certain percentage of revenue must come from brand-new products and services each year. If CEOs want innovation, then CIOs ought to want patents. Not for internal IT operations inventions, but for unique business methods and other inventions made possible by new technology. The innovation mandate, and the convergence of social media, mobile technology and analytics, has companies running to the patent office, trying to lock in ownership of new ways to do business and interact with customers.

  • Dell Is Changing its Stripes

    Premium-Inhalt. Can Dell transform itself from a hardware maker into a full-fledged software vendor, too? Based on its recent shopping spree, it sure is trying.

  • 6 IT Hiring Tips to Weed Out the Duds

    Premium-Inhalt. Nathan Brown is one of a growing number of CIOs who are experienced in moving from one sector to another, including from commercial to government and from for-profit to nonprofit. He's currently in an IT leadership position at Care.com after recently leaving the role of senior director of IT for Year Up, an IT workforce development program for young urban adults, and he was previously CIO for Harvard Law School.

  • CIOs Should Get to Know Their Chief Legal Officers

    Premium-Inhalt. Corporate CIOs and chief legal officers (CLOs) have a lot to talk about: data privacy, e-discovery and policies for employee mobile devices, to name a few topics. But a recent Gartner survey of 70 CLOs found that over half (51 percent) of them said they have conversations with CIOs no more than once a month.

  • Hey CIOs! Show Your CMO the Love

    Premium-Inhalt. Nearly two years ago in this column, I confidently predicted big changes in the CIO-CMO relationship. I was sure CIOs and marketing chieftains would overcome their historically conflicted, confrontational relationships to find new common ground and learn to collaborate more closely on issues of customer engagement.

  • Get More Productive IT Workers in Just 3 Steps

    Premium-Inhalt. If you're looking to improve your IT team's performance and productivity, corporate trainer Brian Souza shares three tips for how to get the most out of your employees.

  • Are Patents the Secret to Competitive Advantage in IT?

    Premium-Inhalt. Innovation is always a favorite topic when CIOs gather to talk about their businesses. That beloved "I" word was also front and center in the rush of late-summer punditry around Apple's legal victory in its patent-infringement lawsuit against rival smartphone-maker Samsung.

  • Big Value from Big Data

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  • How UC Drove Sales, Rescued Customers From Voicemail Hell

    Premium-Inhalt. Ask your average CIO about his business case for unified communications (UC), and the likely answer will come down to cost reduction or avoidance--savings generated by voice-over-IP (VoIP) networks, bills lowered using instant messaging instead of toll calls.

  • How IT Can Prepare for Windows 8-Packing Millennials

    Premium-Inhalt. At a recent Intel event held to showcase upcoming Windows 8 hardware, Lauren Berger, blogger and author of "All Work No Play," delivered the opening presentation. Berger's topic was the life of a millennial, a group she considers herself a part of. As I am from a different, older generation, I don't have the same insight into millennials that Berger has. She is far better explaining what this powerful group of buyers is looking for than I would be.

  • How CIOs Can Learn to Think Like Entrepreneurs

    Premium-Inhalt. Pundits say one of the roles CIOs must play is entrepreneur. But what does it mean to be an entrepreneurial CIO?

  • Campbell's IT Team's Secret Mission to Sell More Soup

    Premium-Inhalt. Not only are people taking fewer trips to the grocery store these days, but they also buy less than they used to. Campbell Soup Company knows that customers slipping away would be mm, mm, good. Campbell also knows that coaxing people to buy more soup will take more innovation than the 90-year-old company has shown in a long time.

  • Solve the mystery of lost System Restore points

    Premium-Inhalt. Earlier this week I received a terrific letter from reader George, who was having a problem with Windows' System Restore on his Dell Desktop.

  • Big Data Projects Lack Big Budgets

    Premium-Inhalt. With corporate data stores bursting at the seams, 65 percent of the 369 companies surveyed by magazine have deployed or plan to deploy big data technology to boost the speed and quality of business decisions. The number-one hurdle is getting the big bucks to pay for it.

  • The Week in iOS Apps: Albert Einstein's brain

    Premium-Inhalt. This weeks roundup of iOS apps is all about the multimedia entertainment: Weve got video, weve got music, weve got games, and weve got the brain of Albert Einstein.

  • Wall Street Beat: Tech shares up for Q3, but face uncertainty

    Premium-Inhalt. Shares of technology companies finished up for the third quarter Friday, but face economic uncertainty for the rest of the year.

  • Think tank's website rejects browser do-not-track requests

    Premium-Inhalt. The website for the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) now tells visitors it will not honor their browsers' do-not-track requests as a form of protest against the technology pushed by privacy groups and parts of the U.S. government.

  • LightSquared asks to share weather-balloon spectrum for its LTE network

    Premium-Inhalt. Embattled satellite carrier LightSquared proposed on Friday that the government let it share spectrum with federal uses such as weather balloons so it can get enough spectrum to launch its proposed national LTE mobile network.

  • FCC Approves Wireless Spectrum Incentive Auction Plan

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Communications Commission Friday voted to initiate a rulemaking proceeding to set the guidelines for a series of auctions that aim to transfer wireless spectrum from television broadcasters to mobile broadband operators.

  • Mercedes electric supercar guilty of sticker shock

    Premium-Inhalt. Unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Electric Drive might be the ultimate production-ready electric sports car with a price to match. Its four electric motors propel it from zero to 60 miles per hour in 3.9 seconds. Its top speed is 155 miles per hour, which has to be electronically limited. The price tag is jaw-dropping at US$540,000.

  • Delivering Value Beyond Technology

    Premium-Inhalt. As a leader, I know I can create and deliver value in many ways. Right now, the opportunity to do that is through technology, and there are so many possibilities open to us in healthcare. But I don't want to stop there.

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