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  • Finger weg vom Samsung-Tablet

    Zu unsicher für Unternehmenszwecke

    Das technische Beratungshaus Context Information hat Apples "iPad 2", RIMs "BlackBerry PlayBook" und Samsungs "Galaxy Tab" für den B2B-Einsatz analysiert. Ohne Tadel ist keines.  …mehr

  • Zuviel Security-Awareness ist kontraproduktiv

    RSA Conference Europe 2012

    Manager des Security-Spezialisten RSA kritisieren den Umgang von Unternehmen und Medien mit sensiblen IT-Sicherheits-Themen. …mehr

  • ITK-Firmen als ByoD-Vorreiter?

    Bring Your own Device

    Einer Umfrage des Branchenverbands Bitkom zufolge erlauben fast die Hälfte der ITK-Unternehmen die Nutzung privater Endgeräte am Arbeitsplatz. Sie versprechen sich davon Effizienzsteigerungen, eine höhere Mitarbeiterzufriedenheit und die Wahrnehmung als moderner Arbeitgeber.  …mehr

  • Freenet vertreibt Produkte von Kabel Deutschland

    Kooperation vereinbart

    Seit Anfang Oktober bieten mobilcom-debitel Shops auch TV- und TK-Produkte von Kabel Deutschland an. …mehr

  • Mit einer App auf Entwicklerfang

    Code-Caching

    Mitarbeitersuche macht manche Arbeitgeber kreativ. Der IT-Dienstleister 1&1 ­versucht mit einer virtuellen Schnitzeljagd Programmierer einzustellen.  …mehr

  • Cisco kappt Partnerschaft mit chinesischer ZTE

    Wegen Techniklieferungen in den Iran

    In den USA wächst der Druck auf die chinesischen Elektrokonzerne ZTE und Huawei, unter anderem weil Sie Geschäfte mit dem Iran betreiben. Nun hat Cisco die Partnerschaft mit ZTE gekündigt.  …mehr

  • Allgeier expandiert in die Türkei

    Recruiting-Spezialist übernommen

    Der Münchner IT- und Personaldienstleister Allgeier SE hat in der Türkei investiert und den lokalen Anbieter Oxygen Consulting übernommen.  …mehr

  • Deutsche Post tastet sich an Online-Handel heran

    Beteiligung an Allyouneed.com

    Die Deutsche Post will mit Hilfe einer Beteiligung am Online-Supermarkt Allyouneed.com den Verkauf im Web fördern. Online-Händler will sie indes nicht sein.  …mehr

  • Belastungsprobe für die ERP-Architekturen

    Modernes ERP

    Steigende Geschäftsanforderungen bezüglich der Flexibilität und neue Techniken rund um Cloud Computing, Mobility und In-Memory-Computing fordern die ERP-Systeme. Anwender müssen reagieren.  …mehr

  • bloc for Apple TV - Holzunterlage für die Apple-Box

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit dem bloc for Apple TV lässt sich der Apple TV standesgemäß im Wohnzimmer unterbringen. …mehr

  • Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung – Mac mini auf SSD umrüsten

    Recovery-Tool, USB-Festplatte und Schraubenzieher genügen

    Der Mac mini besitzt serienmäßig eine 2,5-Zoll-Festplatte. Wer die optionale SSD will, muss bei Apple tief in die Tasche greifen. Wir zeigen, wie Sie die Umrüstung auf eine Solid State Disk selbst erledigen. Ein kostenloses Apple-Tool, Time Machine und etwas Werkzeug genügen für den Einbau der SSD. …mehr

  • Anwendungsfall entscheidet über Cloud-Dienst

    Platform as a Service

    Plattform-Dienste sollen die Entwicklung und Vermarktung von Apps beschleunigen. Dabei entscheiden die Anwendungsfälle über den Nutzen. …mehr

  • Neue Technik trifft auf alte Gesetze

    Standards und Zertifikate für die Cloud

    Standards und Zertifikate können helfen, juristische und organisatorische Fallstricke beim Cloud Computing zu meistern. …mehr

  • AMD finally makes a tablet play with dual-core Hondo chip

    Premium-Inhalt. Advanced Micro Devices renewed its attempt to make an impact in the tablet market, this time with its new dual-core Z-60 chip which the company introduced on Tuesday.

  • Chip maker Calxeda receives $55 million to push ARM chips into the data center

    Premium-Inhalt. Chip maker Calxeda has received an investment to the tune of US$55 million to develop low-power server chips with ARM processors, the company is expected to announce on Tuesday.

  • Analyst: Microsoft to price Surface RT tablet at $400 to $500

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft's new Surface tablet, slated to ship later this month, will be priced between $399 and $499, an analyst said today, in the same ballpark as Apple's iconic iPad.

  • NewsGator adds employee learning module to Social Sites

    Premium-Inhalt. NewsGator on Tuesday a new employee learning module for Social Sites, its flagship enterprise social networking add on for Microsoft SharePoint.

  • EU set to give UK green light for £530m broadband plans

    Premium-Inhalt. The European Commission is set to give the UK the go-ahead for its plans to distribute £530 million to local authorities for the roll-out of superfast broadband to rural areas, following months of intense negotiations to gain state aid approval.

  • How to run your business in Evernote

    Premium-Inhalt. Evernote isn't a revolution. Like most of the technology products we tend to use regularly in our daily lives, Evernote is an evolution, a collection of good ideas that rolls into a single program the functionality of a half-dozen apps you would otherwise use separately.

  • Ballmer sees his bonus cut, Hastings leaves Microsoft board

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer saw his bonus shrink a little in 2012 while that of other Microsoft executives rose significantly, the software maker said Tuesday.

  • Windows 8 PCs hit Home Shopping Network early

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft won't release Windows 8 until October 26, but the Home Shopping Network is already selling five models of PCs loaded with Windows 8. What's more, the selection is apparently unannounced by the vendors.

  • Brother HL-5470DW review: Cheap toner, solid printing

    Premium-Inhalt. What it lacks in speed, the $250 Brother HL-5470DW monochrome laser printer makes up for in good-quality output and cheap toner. In fact, in terms of price per page, the HL-5470DW is one of the cheapest-to-operate printers on the market--inkjet or laser, consumer or corporate--when you use the high-capacity cartridges.

  • Good news for job hunters in Android, Linux, and open source

    Premium-Inhalt. Job candidates with in general and in particular tend to face better-than-average prospects in today's otherwise gloomy hiring marketplace, but in the past few days the outlook appears to have gotten even brighter.

  • Nvidia bundles GeForce GTX 650 Ti, Assassin's Creed 3

    Premium-Inhalt. PC gamers looking to improve their graphics quality without emptying their wallets can check out graphics cards based on the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti available Tuesday at a starting price of $150. The GTX 650 Ti uses the same found in other GTX cards such as the $380 GTX 670, but at a far lower price point. You could get an even lower price by snapping up the GTX 650, but for about an extra $30 Nvidia says the GTX 650 Ti is up to 40 percent faster than the regular 650. Select versions of the GTX 650 Ti also come with a free copy of .

  • Swizzle Sweeper turns inbox-cluttering newsletters into a simple daily digest

    Premium-Inhalt. Are you suffering from newsletter overload? Does your inbox see a daily deluge of store promotions, Google Alerts, and/or awesome technology sites (ahem)?

  • Nvidia announces GeForce GTX 650 Ti and Assassin's Creed 3 bundles starting at $150

    Premium-Inhalt. PC gamers looking to improve their graphics quality without emptying their wallets can check out graphics cards based on the Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti available Tuesday at a starting price of $150. The GTX 650 Ti uses the same found in other GTX cards such as the $380 GTX 670, but at a far lower price point. You could get an even lower price by snapping up the GTX 650, but for about an extra $30 Nvidia says the GTX 650 Ti is up to 40 percent faster than the regular 650. Select versions of the GTX 650 Ti also come with a free copy of .

  • FailBetter Games' Alexis Kennedy is trying to make browser games that don't suck

    Premium-Inhalt. A smoggy cityscape. A single lampost cocooned by shadowy tentacles. An introduction that promises the ability to cavort with devils, converse with cats, wrestle tigers and navigate resolutions. A sly greeting, "Welcome, Delicious Friend."

  • Jalatext: Utility to open and navigate immense files

    Premium-Inhalt. Data mining often involves hunting through files many gigabytes in size that are not amenable to quick filtering by scripts. Jalatext ($30, thirty-day free trial) is a tool designed to help you view, search and edit such files--and it can do it fast.

  • Mac Gems: Write 2 offers advanced word-processing features, minimalist interface

    Premium-Inhalt. The OS X text-editor market is burgeoning, especially with the advent of the Mac App Store and the capability to store documents on iCloud (and otherwise in the cloud). These writing apps range from minimalist text editors with few options to relatively powerful tools that approach the feature sets of word processors. MOApps' $7 (; ) straddles the line between a simple text editor and a more-powerful word processor. It manages to not cross that line, stopping short of overwhelming you with too many features.

  • Developers stymied by Mac App Store approval delays

    Premium-Inhalt. Some developers say that Apple is slowly getting worse at approving apps for the Mac App Store. Apple, of course, reviews all apps submitted to the store, just as it does with the iOS App Store; developers are thus at the company's mercy when it comes to getting their apps--or updates to those apps--available to customers through the Mac App Store.

  • Sprint still sees demand for phones with Qwerty keyboard

    Premium-Inhalt. Behold the Qwerty physical keyboard. It just seems to hang in there with customers.

  • IBM expands PureSystems line for data duties

    Premium-Inhalt. IBM has expanded its PureSystems line of pre-integrated systems to include new models to handle business analysis and online transaction processing.

  • Rapid7 acquires startup Mobilisafe

    Premium-Inhalt. firm Rapid7 today announced the acquisition of startup , the Seattle-based provider of a mobile-risk management software and services.

  • Box takes 'best of breed' approach to compete with single stacks from Oracle, IBM, HP

    Premium-Inhalt. Looking to broaden its scope in the enterprise market, Box Tuesday rolled out a "point and click" ability for third parties to integrate the Box sharing platform directly into their .

  • CIO succession plans lacking, study finds

    Premium-Inhalt. IT pros are accustomed to handling unexpected crises, such as when hardware fails or a . But it seems many IT leaders haven't considered what will happen if they're suddenly unable to work.

  • Verizon expands management service to mobile devices

    Premium-Inhalt. Business customers can now turn over to Verizon the oversight of mobile devices, including employee-owned and tablets.

  • Verizon to reach 410 cities with LTE next week

    Premium-Inhalt. SAN DIEGO -- Verizon Wireless said Tuesday it will launch faster LTE wireless service in 21 cities on Oct. 18, reaching a total of 410 markets two months ahead of schedule. The carrier also announced it will soon reach another milestone: Putting a majority of its data over LTE.

  • Microsoft patches 20 bugs, including critical Word flaw

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today patched 20 vulnerabilities in Word, Office, Windows, SharePoint Server, SQL Server and other products in its portfolio, including a critical bug in the company's popular Word program and another already used to attack the company's own online services.

  • Chief differentiator

    Premium-Inhalt. For Thomas Salmen of Orcon, a big part of the technology leader's role is about "extracting the best out of raw materials" of the enterprise."

  • Watch out, Pinterest, Facebook tests Collections tool

    Premium-Inhalt. Watch out, Pinterest. Facebook is testing a new feature called Collections, which is set up to enable businesses to showcase and sell their products.

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