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  • Z-DBackup - Leistungsstarkes Tool für die Datensicherung

    Update  Professionelles Backup- und Restore

    Die Freeware-Software Z-DBackup bietet umfangreiche Funktionen für Backup- und Restore-Aufgaben. Das Programm ist durch einen modularen Aufbau einfach zu bedienen. Es sichert Datenbestände auf beliebige Ziellaufwerke und eignet gleichermaßen für Profis und Heimanwender. …mehr

  • Peter Strauß ist Champion für IT-Quality-Management

    Computerwoche Championship 2012

    Der erste deutsche Champion in der Kategorie IT-Quality-Management steht fest. Ein spannendes Finale hat am Ende Peter Strauß von der Commerzbank für sich entschieden.  …mehr

  • Chef der Bundesnetzagentur für Bürgerdividende bei Investitionen

    Jochen Homann

    Bundesnetzagentur-Chef Jochen Homann unterstützt eine mögliche Beteiligung der Bürger an den Investitionen in den milliardenschweren Stromnetzausbau. …mehr

  • "Unsere Fusion Apps sind von Grund auf sozial"

    OpenWorld 2012

    In seiner zweiten Keynote auf der Hausmesse OpenWorld widmete sich CEO Lawrence "Larry" Ellison schwerpunktmäßig den sozialen Fähigkeiten der Oracle-Software. …mehr

  • Neue Details zum Asus Padfone 2

    Smartphone-Tablet-Hybride

    Am 16. Oktober wird der taiwanische Hersteller Asus in Mailand und Taipeh das Padfone 2 vorstellen. Zertifizierungsunterlagen verraten bereits die ersten Ausstattungsmerkmale des 3-in-1-Geräts. …mehr

  • Windows Phone 8 und Windows 8 starten Ende Oktober

    Einladung zu Launch-Events

    Microsoft lädt ein zu Launch-Events für die neuen Betriebssysteme für mobile Endgeräte. Das PC-, Laptop- und Tablet-OS Windows 8 geht am 26. Oktober an den Start, Windows Phone 8 für Smartphones wenige Tage später. …mehr

  • iPhone-Apps mit Doxygen effizient dokumentieren

    Kleine Helfer

    Wer nach einem einfachen und effizienten Weg sucht, iPhone-Anwendungen zu dokumentieren, der dürfte bei dem quelloffenen und kostenlosen Werkzeug "Doxygen” fündig werden.  …mehr

  • 'Farmville'-Erfinder Zynga enttäuscht Börse erneut

    CEO fordert Einstieg beim Online-Poker

    Der Online-Spieleanbieter Zynga kommt nicht aus den roten Zahlen heraus.  …mehr

  • Chinesischer Elektro-Riese Huawei plant möglicherweise Börsengang

    WSJ

    Der chinesische Telekom-Ausrüster Huawei Technologies arbeitet laut einem Zeitungsbericht an einem Börsengang. Derzeit liefen erste Gespräche mit Investmentbanken, es seien noch keine Entscheidungen getroffen worden.  …mehr

  • Samsung erneut mit Rekordgewinnen

    91-prozentige Steigerung

    Der Apple-Rivale Samsung eilt dank seiner Galaxy-Smartphones von einem Rekord zum anderen.  …mehr

  • Media-Saturn-Gruppe forciert Internetgeschäft

    Logistikzentrum mit redcoon

    Die Media-Saturn-Gruppe will zusammen mit dem Onlinehändler redcoon ihr Internetgeschäft in Schwung bringen. Dazu beitragen soll ein neues Logistikzentrum vor den Toren von Erfurt, das am Donnerstag offiziell eröffnet wurde.  …mehr

  • Betriebsrat von Nokia Siemens Networks scheitert vor Gericht

    Standort Bruchsal

    Der Betriebsrat von Nokia Siemens Networks in Bruchsal ist vor Gericht mit dem Versuch gescheitert, eine geplante Verlagerung von Teilen der Fertigungseinrichtung zu stoppen.  …mehr

  • In 5 Minuten zum eigenen Windows 7 Desktop-Theme

    Schritt für Schritt

    Eigene Bilder, Sounds und Windows-Farben: Wir zeigen Ihnen, wie Sie aus Ihrem Windows-7-Desktop Ihren ganz persönlichen Kreativspielplatz machen.  …mehr

  • Fernseher + Media Portal - Das können Smart-TVs

    Die neue TV-Generation

    Online-Mediatheken aufrufen, Videos komfortabel aufnehmen, Mails im Wohnzimmer lesen und Anrufer auf dem Bildschirm sehen: Das alles kann Ihr TV schon jetzt.  …mehr

  • HP stellt mit BL660c und DL560 zwei neue Vier-Sockel-Server vor

    Neue HP-ProLiant-Server der 8. Generation

    Das Blade ProLiant BL660c und der Rack-Server ProLiant DL560 arbeiten mit den aktuellen Intel-Prozessoren der Serie E5-4600. Laut Hersteller sollen die Gen8-Systeme speziell für virtualisierte Umgebungen geeignet sein. Die neuen Server-Serien der ProLiant-Familie sind ab sofort verfügbar.  …mehr

  • Toshiba CAMILEO BW20 - wasserdichter Outdoor-Camcorder

    Gadget des Tages

    Toshiba bietet mit dem CAMILEO BW20 einen robusten Camcorder, der nicht nur Sportaktivitäten sondern auch kleinere Tauchgänge problemlos überstehen soll. …mehr

  • Plattformen für alle Fälle

    Marktübersicht Cloud Computing

    Auf dem Markt für Platform as a Service (PaaS) tummeln sich klassische Softwareunternehmen ebenso wie neue Cloud-Anbieter. Die Dienste variieren in Umfang und Support je nach Zielgruppe.  …mehr

  • Wer ist der Topexperte im IT-Quality-Management?

    COMPUTERWOCHE Championship 2012

    Erleben Sie heute Vormittag live mit, wer das Finale in der ersten deutschen Championship für das IT-Quality-Management für sich entscheidet.  …mehr

  • Funkstille war einmal

    20 Jahre Mobilfunk in Deutschland

    Im Sommer 1992 gingen die Mobilfunknetze D1 und D2 an den Start. Die ersten Handys kamen heraus, klobig und unansehnlich. Seitdem hat sich einiges getan.  …mehr

  • So fällt die Kündigung leichter

    Damit die Trennung nicht übermäßig belastet

    Die Entlassung von Mitarbeitern ist eine heikle Aufgabe für Führungskräfte. Wie sie möglichst schmerzfrei abläuft, sagt Frank Adensam.  …mehr

  • Judge asks for input over fate of orphaned Megaupload data

    Premium-Inhalt. A U.S. federal judge has asked for more information to plan an evidentiary hearing concerning the fate of terabytes of data held in limbo since the shutdown of the Megaupload file-sharing site.

  • One year after Jobs’ death, Apple shows changes under Tim Cook

    Premium-Inhalt. When Tim Cook stepped on stage to unveil the iPhone 5 on Sept. 12, the manner of the unveiling illustrated how Apple has changed, and hasnt, in the year since Steve Jobs died.

  • FCC chief lays out plans to boost mobile carriers' spectrum

    Premium-Inhalt. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski detailed plans on Thursday to free up more wireless spectrum that carriers say they need to offer high-speed mobile services.

  • Commerce Commission clears backhaul deregulation

    Premium-Inhalt. A Commerce Commission report on New Zealand's unbundled copper local loop (UCLL) and unbundled bitstream access (UBA) has found that increased competition in backhaul exchanges means they can now be deregulated.

  • Govt urged to resist changes to internet governance

    Premium-Inhalt. InternetNZ will be approaching the government to secure its vote against a shift in internet governance that the International Telecommunications Union is set to promote at the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai this December.

  • MightyMeeting

    Premium-Inhalt. Depending on the culture at your company, meetings are either tolerated or detested. MightyMeeting doesn't remove the need for meetings altogether, but it does reduce some of the stress around trying to organise the technology to run one.

  • University of Melbourne investigates unified storage

    Premium-Inhalt. Faced with aging storage equipment and looking to reduce costs, the University of Melbourne is evaluating a new unified storage system.

  • Asia-Pacific increases spend on digital mobile consumers

    Premium-Inhalt. Companies in Asia-pacific have increased spend on digital mobile consumers, according to a research commissioned by Tata Consultancy Services.

  • Online video the future -- but television won't die out, ACBI says

    Premium-Inhalt. Malcolm Long, member of the Convergence Review, believes the communications landscape is changing due to changes in the way consumers access and produce video content.

  • Cyber criminals plan attack on major U.S. banks

    Premium-Inhalt. A cyber gang thought to be based in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union to participate in a scheme to steal millions of dollars from 30 major U.S. banks, according to RSA.

  • How to know when it's time to replace your router

    Premium-Inhalt. How's your home network these days?

  • Here's your Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 launch guide: Event and product highlights

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft is getting set to release and in October, with events planned in New York and San Francisco, pop-up stores set to open across the U.S. during the holidays, and lots of interesting new Windows-flavored gadgets appearing.

  • App Spotlight: WorkFlowy comes to iOS

    Premium-Inhalt. They don't teach organization at business school, yet it's as vital to business success as any other skill. Take it from someone who's chronically disorganized.

  • Fake Angry Birds games hijack Google Chrome browser

    Premium-Inhalt. Fake games imitating popular Angry Birds titles in the Google Chrome Web store can hijack your browser and display extra ads on websites, security firm Barracuda Networks --and some 83,000 Chrome users have already installed these suspicious fake games.

  • The Week in iOS Apps: Batter up!

    Premium-Inhalt. This week's roundup of iOS apps is rocking it old-school. Old baseball, old music, old presidents, and more.

  • How to Defend Against Malnets

    Premium-Inhalt. Since 2011, security firm Blue Coat Systems has been tracking malnets: extensive distributed network infrastructures embedded in the Internet and designed to deliver mass-market attacks on a continuous basis. These malnet infrastructures are like the proverbial Lernaean Hydra--chop off one head, like a botnet it has produced, and two more spring up to take its place.

  • SeaSucker iPad Mounting System secures your iPad to any surface

    Premium-Inhalt. There's nothing remotely stylish or cool-looking about SeaSucker's $90 (also called the Naked Flex Mount on the company's website), but there's also nothing I've seen that grips an iPad quite as tightly. The Flex Mount consists of a pair of massive, white-rubber-with-orange-accents vacuum cups, paired with a flexible stem (called a Flex Arm) that goes between them.

  • Wall Street Beat: Tech shares waver as financial results paint mixed picture

    Premium-Inhalt. Even though an upbeat U.S. government jobs report caused shares of some companies to jump Friday, tech vendor stocks faltered on the back of mixed quarterly reports.

  • Free Game Friday: Text-Based Games

    Premium-Inhalt. In honor of the we'll be featuring text-based games in this week's Free Game Friday roundup. Not all of this week's games come from the competition, but they all feature the written word as their main gameplay mechanic. We also didn't have space to feature all the great games in the competition, so here's in the competition if you need more interactive fiction. Text-based games are having a real renaissance right now, and the quality of interactive fiction has never been better.

  • Cybercriminals plot massive banking Trojan attack

    Premium-Inhalt. An international gang of cyber crooks is plotting a major campaign to steal money from the online accounts of thousands of consumers at 30 or more major U.S. banks, security firm RSA warned.

  • Oracle Open World: How Ufone Works with Oracle

    Premium-Inhalt. CIO Pakistan caught up with Ufone CIO at Oracle World 2012.

  • NASA rover Curiosity gets first scoop on Mars

    Premium-Inhalt. NASA's is set to begin a very busy weekend.

  • How Oracle's pluggable databases will work

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison revealed this week at the OpenWorld conference that the next version of the company's flagship database, Oracle 12c, would feature a radical new architecture called pluggable databases.

  • Foxconn workers on strike over iPhone 5 production, labor group says

    Premium-Inhalt. Thousands of workers went on strike at a Foxconn factory in China on Friday, bringing some iPhone 5 production lines to a halt, a labor rights group said.

  • The Week in iPhone Cases: Paper, rock, scissors

    Premium-Inhalt. The iPhone 5's launch has come and gone, but the excitement in the case market is just getting started, with dozens of announcements appearing in our inboxes on a daily basis. From the stately to the sporty, and from the quirky to the...homemade, we've got some great new cases for you in this week's roundup.

  • LG to make next Google Nexus smartphone

    Premium-Inhalt. LG will be the firm behind the next and upcoming Google Nexus .

  • GS-Calc: A low-cost spreadsheet with a unique interface

    Premium-Inhalt. GS-Calc 10 ($20, 30-day free trial) is an inexpensive spreadsheet program that isn't an Excel clone. It also has some imperfections that are at least partially mitigated by the low price.

  • Virtual TimeClock '12 continues to punch in on time

    Premium-Inhalt. Two years ago, I Redcort Software's and I'm happy to report that the latest version remains substantially unchanged and is still an excellent cross platform solution for tracking employees' work time. Redcort Software also resolved issues associated with new user creation, and it now offers a number of new login options that make it easier to maintain employee privacy and limit access to information about which users are logged in and what projects other employees are working on.

  • Apple to ditch Intel chips in future Macs?

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple could be planning to move away from Intel processors in its Macs in the future, according to new reports.

  • Steve Jobs mouse was buried in lost 1983 time capsule

    Premium-Inhalt. Following on from our story earlier this week that a speaking at the International Design Conference in Aspen back in 1983 had been found, it has emerged that at the time a time capsule had been buried containing Steve Jobs' mouse.

  • The Macalope Daily: Dear Apple, I have too much time on my hands

    Premium-Inhalt. Prep your fainting couches because Apple has once again outrageously--outrageously!-- violated the sacred trust between giant computer company and its shrillest and most sensitive customers!

  • The five key decisions Apple must make

    Premium-Inhalt. has not seemed to cause much turbulence for Apple. In fact, the company is stronger than at any point in its history. In its most recent fiscal quarter, the company sold more iPads than in any three-month period in its history; it also tallied June-quarter records for Mac and iPad sales and saw quarterly revenue rise 22 percent from the previous year to $35 billion. More to the point, Apple is now the most valuable company in the world in terms of market capitalization.

  • Oracle public cloud very appealing to SMEs, says UKOUG chair

    Premium-Inhalt. Oracle's release of a public cloud offering, which has been compared to that of Amazon Web Services, will be 'very appealing' to SMEs, according to the chair of the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) application server & middleware interest group.

  • Companies 'won’t have a choice' about using Big Data for ID management

    Premium-Inhalt. Enterprises will be forced to invest in Big Data technologies to monitor employee behaviour in order to better control remote access to company systems, which is becoming a problem thanks to the ongoing surge in consumerisation.

  • A year after Steve Jobs's death: As we should have expected, it's the same Apple

    Premium-Inhalt. Much has been made of how Apple would survive in a post-Steve Jobs world. And in the year since the after a long illness, new Apple boss Tim Cook has been repeatedly subjected to comparisons to his predecessor. The comparisons are not usually flattering: "Steve Jobs would never have allowed that" has become such a constant cry in some corners of the tech press, it's turned into something of a cliche.

  • Swedish websites down after Anonymous threats

    Premium-Inhalt. A handful of Swedish websites remained down Friday evening there after hacking group Anonymous threatened earlier this week to attack the nation for a police raid on a hosting service that was once home to The Pirate Bay.

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