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  • Zehn Prozent der Web-Zugriffe erfolgen mobil

    Dem Smartphone sei Dank

    Mehr als jeder zehnte Zugriff auf Web-Seiten kommt von einem mobilen Gerät, zumeist mit Hilfe des vorinstallierten Standard-Browsers.  …mehr

  • Neue Android-Versionen setzen sich nur langsam durch

    Zögerliche Hardwarehersteller

    Hardwarehersteller meiden den Aufwand, vorhandene Modelle auf neue Android-Versionen aufzurüsten.  …mehr

  • Grönland ist Schatzkammer für Hightech-Metalle

    Forscher entdecken

    Der Wettbewerb um Hightech-Metalle nimmt weltweit an Schärfe zu - nun haben deutsche Forscher Grönland als Schatzkammer für die Computer-Rohstoffe entdeckt.  …mehr

  • Über ein Cockpit die IT-Service-Qualität steuern

    Neues Konzept

    Ein vorkonfiguriertes Set an Kriterien ermittelt den IT-Quality-Index. So können IT-Organistionen individuelle Normen entwickeln, implementieren, steuern und überwachen.  …mehr

  • EADS stärkt Geschäft mit IT-Sicherheit

    Übernahme von Netasq

    Der Luftfahrt- und Rüstungskonzern EADS stärkt mit der Übernahme des französischen Firewall-Spezialisten Netasq sein Geschäft im Bereich IT-Sicherheit.  …mehr

  • ECM-Award 2012 kürt innovative Projekte in Unternehmen

    ECM-Lösung des Jahres

    Am 23.10.2012 ist es soweit: In insgesamt drei Kategorien wird der ECM-Award verliehen. In der Kategorie "Innovative Projektumsetzung" werden herausragende Leistungen im ECM-Bereich gekürt.  …mehr

  • Neue Einblicke in Oracle 12 c

    Pluggable Database

    Oracle lüftet den Vorhang: Die nächste Datenbank-Version kommt mit mandantenfähigen, "Pluggable Databases" auf den Markt.  …mehr

  • Oracle feiert bescheidenen Fusion-Erfolg

    Social-Funktionen angekündigt

    Der Softwarekonzern trommelt auf seiner Hausmesse für die neuen Anwendungen "Fusion Applications", will aber dennoch andere Softwarelösungen weiter pflegen.  …mehr

  • Mark Hurd erklärt die Oracle-Strategie

    OpenWorld 2012

    Die Zukunft heißt Cloud, und Oracle bietet dafür einen kompletten Stack inklusive Infrastruktur-Services. Diese Botschaft vermittelte Oracle-President Mark Hurd.  …mehr

  • Zep - Web-Tool erfasst Projektzeiten und rechnet Kosten ab

    Kleine Helfer

    Mit "Zep" bietet sich kleinen und mittelständischen Firmen eine professionelle On-Demand-Lösung an, mit der sie Projektarbeitszeiten sowie Personal- und Reisekosten effizient verwalten können.  …mehr

  • Samsung nimmt auch iPhone 5 aufs Korn

    Patentstreit gegen Apple

    Samsung weitet den weltweiten Patentkrieg mit Apple mit einem Angriff auf das neue iPhone 5 in den USA aus.  …mehr

  • Stepstone bleibt beliebteste Jobbörse

    Bewerbung

    Angesichts über 1600 Jobbörsen in Deutschland fällt der Durchblick schwer. Für Orientierung sorgt das Gütesiegel "Deutschlands beste Jobportale".  …mehr

  • Xing analysiert seine Community in-Memory

    Neues Datenbanksystem

    Das Business-Netzwerk Xing war wegen steigender Nutzerzahlen und Funktionsanforderungen mit seinem Datenbanksystem an Grenzen gestoßen. Eine In-Memory-Lösung beschleunigt Reports und ermöglicht neue Analysen.  …mehr

  • NAS-Test - Synology DS1512+

    Network Attached Storage für KMU

    Synology preist die DS1512+ als Netzwerkspeicher für kleine und mittlere Unternehmen an. Das NAS mit maximal fünf Festplatten bietet sehr viele Funktionen und die Kapazität lässt sich bei Bedarf auf 60 TByte expandieren. Wir prüfen, ob auch die Bedienung und Performance stimmt.  …mehr

  • Libratone Zipp - AirPlay-Lautsprecher für unterwegs

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem Zipp bietet Libratone einen neuen AirPlay-Lautsprecher für alle, die auch gerne mal an der frischen Luft ihre Umwelt stilgerecht beschallen möchten. …mehr

  • Parstream gewinnt Big Data Award 2012 der COMPUTERWOCHE

    Analysen in Echtzeit

    Mit seiner Big Data Analytics Platform hat Parstream den Big Data Award 2012 der COMPUTERWOCHE in der Kategorie Demonstrator-Tools gewonnen. Den Publikumspreis sicherte sich die Talend GmbH mit ihrer Open-Source-Lösung für die Big-Data-Integration.  …mehr

  • Startup Tarsier promises a touchscreen floating in the air

    Premium-Inhalt. While consumers go crazy for touchscreens on their smartphones and tablets, Minnesota startup Tarsier is working on what it calls the interface for the next 30 years: a touchscreen you don't have to touch.

  • Samsung files patent infringement motion against iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics filed a motion in a U.S. federal court on Monday to add Apple's latest smartphone, the iPhone 5, to its patent lawsuit. Also on Monday, a judge lifted a sales ban on the company's Galaxy Tab 10.1.

  • Samsung files patent infringement motion against iPhone 5

    Premium-Inhalt. Samsung Electronics filed a motion in a U.S. federal court on Monday to add Apple's latest smartphone, the iPhone 5, to its patent lawsuit. Also on Monday, a judge lifted a sales ban on the company's Galaxy Tab 10.1.

  • Facebook dims outlook for click-based ad measurements

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook said on Monday that data collected from its partnership with loyalty-card tracker Datalogix shows people are swayed to make purchases after merely viewing an ad, even if they did not click on it.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note Tablet, better but still not great

    Premium-Inhalt. Back in March Samsung released the first generation of the Galaxy Note, a tablet/phone hybrid that piqued the interest of many tech enthusiasts (myself included). a 3.5 star review. I was blown away by the fantastic screen, but thought it was an awkward size and disappointed by what was, arguably, its most important feature -- the S-Pen stylus.

  • Four key new features in Linux 3.6

    Premium-Inhalt. Just a little more than two months after the release of version 3.5, Linux creator on Sunday unleashed the next new version of the .

  • Microsoft bakes data protection into Exchange Server

    Premium-Inhalt. The world of Microsoft messaging recently took over Orlando, Florida, for the Microsoft Exchange Conference 2012. MEC 2012 was the first conference Microsoft has hosted that's completely dedicated to Exchange in 10 years, and it brought a lot of big news--especially around protecting and managing the sensitive data that passes through Exchange.

  • AMD OverDrive: Easily overclock an AMD rig

    Premium-Inhalt. Low framerates can make or break a 3D game. When overclocked, most video cards push past their posted limits with ease and offer better gains than CPU boosts when it comes to gaming. Although many utilities to tweak graphics cards exist, AMD's OverDrive is an especially good choice for AMD-based systems.

  • Oracle touts Fusion Apps but affirms commitment to other software lines

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle touted what it called strong early adoption of its next-generation Fusion Applications on Monday, but also discussed how it will continue to support and add new features to the company's other business software lines, such as E-Business Suite and JD Edwards.

  • igHome gives displaced iGoogle users a familiar home

    Premium-Inhalt. A couple months back I suggested , the popular personalized Google home page that's scheduled to be switched off about a year from now.

  • Oracle, Fujitsu team on Sparc64 'Athena' chip

    Premium-Inhalt. With an eye for better serving big data projects, Oracle and partner Fujitsu have commenced building the next generation of Sparc64 processors, in a project called Athena.

  • ShoreTel goes big in hosted VoIP: A Q&A with CEO Blackmore

    Premium-Inhalt. ShoreTel, which made its mark in IP telephony by simplifying unified communications and reducing total cost of ownership, recently broke into the hosted VoIP business with the acquisition of M5. Network World Editor in Chief John Dix caught up with ShoreTel CEO Peter Blackmore to find out how integration of that company is going and where he is taking the company.

  • MetroPCS in talks to merge with T-Mobile USA

    Premium-Inhalt. Deutsche Telekom is in talks with MetroPCS Wireless on a possible deal to combine T-Mobile USA with that carrier, MetroPCS confirmed in a statement on Tuesday.

  • Lessons learnt from high profile security breaches

    Premium-Inhalt. On Friday August 3 2012, Mat Honan, a reporter for Wired magazine, had his digital life erased after attackers were able to gain access to his Apple, Amazon, Gmail and Twitter accounts. Losing every photo from his daughter's life was serious enough, but the true shock came from how easy the process was. It all started with someone knowing Honan's personal domain name. From there, the escalation of steps was simple:

  • iPhone 5 - should i care?

    Premium-Inhalt. It's that time of year again. Apple has released a new phone and millions of people around the world are looking at their current iPhones with contempt.

  • Good Technology acquires AppCentral to boost mobile app management

    Premium-Inhalt. The story "Good Technology acquires AppCentral to boost mobile app management," which ran Tuesday, gave the wrong month for when Symantec closed its acquisition of Nukona. The deal closed in April.

  • Good Technology acquires AppCentral to boost mobile app management

    Premium-Inhalt. Good Technology has acquired AppCentral, and plans to use the company's products to boost its ability to manage and secure mobile enterprise applications, Good said on Tuesday.

  • Oracle finally releases pricing for cloud software offerings

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle has finally answered a big question hovering over its emerging family of cloud services: What do they cost?

  • Microsoft wins permanent settlement against Nitol botnet

    Premium-Inhalt. has won a battle to permanently disrupt a haven for the Nitol botnet that it discovered within an Internet domain controlled by a Chinese ISP.

  • Google's Motorola unit drops one trade case against Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Google has dropped one part of its wide-ranging patent-infringement battle against Apple, withdrawing a complaint to the U.S. International Trade Commission in which it had sought to block iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch models at the border.

  • Researchers study bee brains to develop flying robots

    Premium-Inhalt. University researchers are studying the brains of honey bees in an attempt to build an autonomous flying robot.

  • Lenovo opens first US manufacturing plant for PCs, tablets

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo on Tuesday said it will open its first computer manufacturing plant in the U.S., where it will make laptops, PCs and tablets sold under its Think brand.

  • Facebook: For ads, clicks aren't all that counts

    Premium-Inhalt. Traditional wisdomand online ad budgetsmeasure success in clicks. While that may work for ads on Google, Facebook says that focusing on the isn't the best method for businesses seeking to spread brand awareness. Per-click metrics don't show the "outcomes that happen in the grocery store, in the car dealership, or in the local coffee shop," said Brad Smallwood, Facebooks director of pricing and measurement, as  Monday.

  • Google launches Web site tag manager

    Premium-Inhalt. Aiming to reduce the administrative overhead of both Web administrators and digital marketers, Google has launched a service that will manage their website tags.

  • Microsoft co-founder dings Windows 8 as 'puzzling, confusing'

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen today called Windows 8 "puzzling" and "confusing initially," but assured users that they would eventually learn to like the new OS.

  • Mutual fund operator pleads guilty to selling bogus Facebook stock

    Premium-Inhalt. The operator of a mutual fund has pleaded guilty in U.S. court to charges that he operated a US$13 million scheme to sell shares of Facebook and Groupon stock before their initial public offerings.

  • QuickBooks 2013, despite its quirks, is good for business

    Premium-Inhalt. QuickBooks for Mac 2013, Intuit's business finance application for the Mac, offers an incremental update to last year's version, with some small but welcome additions and enhancements to existing features. Though QuickBooks for Mac remains on its own financial island--related in name but not in file format to its nearly eponymous Windows version--the new version is a good tool for taking care of your business's financial matters.

  • In security response, practice makes perfect

    Premium-Inhalt. We've heard it many times in many forms -- expect to be breached, expect that you've been breached, expect that you are being breached.

  • Yahoo's Mayer crowdsources suggestions for baby's name

    Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo's new CEO -- who also happens to be a new mom -- seems to be embracing the social aspect of her life, both professionally and personally. She's reportedly crowdsourcing the name of her newborn son.

  • Rumor: Microsoft's building its own Windows 8 smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. In a move that would help it compete against the , is rumored to be making its own smartphone that will run on Phone 8, which would again put the company in competition with its hardware partners.

  • Oracle set to build out cloud service capabilities, rivalry with Salesforce.com

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle is planning to broaden the footprint of its cloud software portfolio with seven new services covering developer team services, analytics, collaboration and other areas, Executive Vice President of Product Development Thomas Kurian announced Tuesday during the OpenWorld conference in San Francisco.

  • Citigroup IT chief says Oracle cloud can’t satisfy its needs

    Premium-Inhalt. Citigroup's SVP of IT, Rangesh Jagannathan, has said that despite Oracle's recent foray into public cloud applications, its offerings still could not satisfy the requirements demanded by the financial services industry.

  • Microsoft to open 'pop-up' stores Oct. 26, battle Apple at most locations

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's temporary, or "pop-up," stores will open Oct. 26 and will sell the Surface tablet, according to the company's website.

  • FTC gets $163 million ruling against scareware defendant

    Premium-Inhalt. A U.S. judge has imposed a judgment of US$163.2 million against a defendant accused by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission of being part of an operation that sold software to people it tricked into thinking their computers were infected with malicious software.

  • Birdeez app flies toward birdwatchers' iPhones

    Premium-Inhalt. While some people think social, location-based mobile apps are for the birds, others might like to use them for that very purpose. That's the idea behind , an iOS app created by three partners in California who have birdwatchers in their sights.

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