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  • Rechenzentren zahlen Öko-Zulage

    Betreiber widersprechen Jürgen Trittin

    Hähnchenmäster, Golfplätze und Rechenzentren seien von Öko-Zulage befreit, hatte Grünen-Politiker Jürgen Trittin angesichts der steigenden Strompreise geschimpft. Stimmt nicht, antworteten nun die IT-Provider.  …mehr

  • Prototyp des neuen Google-Smartphones ausprobiert

    Nexus 4

    Ein russisches Blog hat einen Prototypen des nächsten Google-Smartphones Nexus 4 in die Finger bekommen und einen sehr ausführlichen Test dazu veröffentlicht. …mehr

  • Microsoft startet neuen Musik-Dienst

    Xbox Music

    Xbox Music steht erstmal nur auf der Spielekonsole Xbox zur Verfügung, kommt aber nach Angaben von Microsoft noch dieses Jahr auch auf PCs und Tablets mit Windows 8 und Telefonen mit Windows Phone 8. Eine Xbox Music App für Android und iOS ist ebenfalls geplant. …mehr

  • Natalya Kaspersky beteiligt sich an G Data

    Aufsichtsratstätigkeit ab 23. Oktober

    Natalya Kaspersky, Mitgründerin des russischen IT-Sicherheitsunternehmens Kaspersky Labs, steigt bei dem deutschen Software-Experten G Data ein.  …mehr

  • Software AG richtet Kernprodukte neu aus

    Big Data, Cloud, Social, Mobile

    Mit den Releases "Aris 9" und "Webmethods 9" orientiert sich die Darmstädter Software AG an den vier großen Trends Cloud, Mobile, Social und Big Data.  …mehr

  • Softbank übernimmt Sprint-Nextel

    Deal über 20,1 Milliarden Dollar

    Die Übernahme des drittgrößten US-amerikanischen Mobilfunkers Sprint Nextel durch den japanischen Mischkonzern Softbank ist perfekt. Die Japaner zahlen 20,1 Milliarden Dollar für anteilige 70 Prozent.  …mehr

  • Linux und Open-Source-Rückblick

    Secure Boot, systemd, ownCloud 4.5

    Lesen Sie in unserem Wochenrückblick, was sich in KW41 in puncto Linux und Open Source Neues getan hat. …mehr

  • Kommt das Mini-iPad am 23. Oktober?

    Erste Preisliste entdeckt

    Vom iPad Mini ist nichts Offizielles bekannt. dennoch kursieren bereits Erscheinungstermin und Preise: 23. Oktober 2012 ab 249 Euro.  …mehr

  • UBS nimmt Stellen in der IT ins Visier

    2000 Jobs gefährdet

    Der Banken-Konzern UBS will Berichten zufolge 10.000 Stellen streichen, davon 2.000 in der IT. Das IT-Budget soll um ein Drittel schrumpfen.  …mehr

  • Asus-Chef präsentiert das neue Padfone vorab

    Asus Padfone 2

    Kurz vor dem offiziellen Launch-Event hat Asus-Chef Jerry Chen das Padfone 2 mit seinem Tablet-Dock öffentlich gezeigt. Das Konzept ist das gleiche wie beim Vorgängermodell, das Gerät jedoch flacher und leistungsfähiger. …mehr

  • Flurry Analytics - Google Analytics für Apps

    Kleine Helfer

    Welche Features werden am häufigsten verwendet? Wie oft wurde diese oder jene Ressource angeklickt? Welche Fehler treten in einem bestimmten Modul auf? App-Entwickler, die Antworten auf solche Fragen suchen, sind mit Flurry Analytics gut bedient. …mehr

  • Sichern Sie das Netzwerk ab!

    Planspiel Security

    Testen Sie Ihr Know-how! Unser Auftrag: Absicherung der internen Netzwerke gegen fremde Hardware und Datenmissbrauch. …mehr

  • AMD vor drastischem Stellenabbau

    Wegen Krise der PC-Branche

    Die Schwäche der PC-Branche zwingt den Chiphersteller AMD zu immer härteren Einschnitten. Nach Informationen von US-Medien sollen bald tausende Jobs verschwinden. …mehr

  • IT-Ausgaben: Schlechter als gedacht

    Analysen von Forrester und IDC

    Die Schuldenkrise der starke US-Dollar senken die weltweiten IT-Investitionen. Den PC-Markt retten allein die Verkäufe von Macs und iPads.  …mehr

  • Marantz Consolette - Neue Dockingstation für Android- und iOS-Geräte

    Gadget des Tages

    Mit der Consolette bietet Marantz eine edle, neue Dockingstation für Android- und iOS-Devices. …mehr

  • Arbeitnehmerpflichten im Social Web

    Social Media Guidelines

    Risiken in sozialen Netzen erkennen und daraus Richtlinien für die eigenen Mitarbeiter abzuleiten, gehört für Unternehmen heute zum guten Ton.  …mehr

  • Communication und Collaboration aus der Cloud

    Cloud statt Kommunikationsinfrastruktur

    Warum in eine eigene Kommunikationsinfrastruktur investieren, wenn entsprechende Anwendungen bedarfsgerecht, flexibel und kostentransparent als Web-basierende Services verfügbar sind?  …mehr

  • Ich muss keine Rücksicht auf Seilschaften nehmen

    IT intim - Was CIOs beschäftig

    Als Interims-CIO sind Sie selten länger als ein Jahr in einem Unternehmen. Was können Sie da eigentlich bewirken?  …mehr

  • Apple to open new store in Beijing on Saturday

    Premium-Inhalt. Apple plans to open a new company store in Beijing this coming Saturday, ahead of a likely launch of the iPhone 5 in this large market for the company.

  • Apple iPhone 5 reviewers butt of Saturday Night Live skit jokes

    Premium-Inhalt. Saturday Night Live this weekend skewered tech journalists for their whining about iPhone 5 shortcomings, with a skit featuring a trio of Chinese factory workers answering their critics and besting them.

  • Malnets booming: Blue Coat

    Premium-Inhalt. Web security and WAN optimisation vendor, Blue Coat, has reported a 200 per cent hike in malnets over the past six months.

  • MNCs benefit from increasing global mobility services contracts: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. Multinational corporations (MNCs) will benefit from the increasing amount of global mobility services contracts, according to research firm, Ovum.

  • Ingram Micro surges into mobility with finalisation of Brightpoint acquisition

    Premium-Inhalt. Global technology distribution giant, Ingram Micro, has taken a giant step forward into the mobility sector with the completion of its acquisition of Brightpoint for $US9 per share in cash.

  • Start-up tips: Advice from start-up veterans

    Premium-Inhalt. There are more resources and technologies available to start-ups than ever before, but that doesn't mean running a start-up is easy.

  • Is the bullying problem really in cyberspace?

    Premium-Inhalt. The Law Commission was already putting together its thoughts on the impact of "new" media for the government's attention, when Justice Minister Judith Collins asked it to fast-track the part of the report dealing with "harmful digital communication".

  • Apple cedes US dominance to Japan and China

    Premium-Inhalt. "Apple Maps is the worst-received new product to come out of Cupertino since the 1993 launch of the Newton...the child of a nasty divorce between two of the world's most powerful companies." "

  • CIO as a storyteller

    Premium-Inhalt. Brian Lillie, CIO of Equinix, said he aims to turn people directly reporting to him into CIOs in a recent interview with Computerworld Hong Kong.

  • What will an $8 billion check from Softbank buy Sprint?

    Premium-Inhalt. If US$8 billion shows up in Sprint Nextel's wallet as planned in Softbank's proposed takeover, the No. 3 U.S. mobile operator may pay off debt, speed up its rollout of LTE, or even buy its network partner, Clearwire.

  • Amazon offers ebook refunds in price-fixing settlement

    Premium-Inhalt. Amazon will offer partial refunds to customers who bought ebooks between April 2010 and May 2012 a result of the between publishers and the attorneys general of most U.S. states.

  • How to dual-boot Windows 8 and Windows 7

    Premium-Inhalt. Windows 8 is coming.

  • Cisco looking to buy Citrix ADCs?

    Premium-Inhalt. could buy Citrix's networking business if an expected OEM deal involving the latter's application delivery controller product bears fruit, .

  • Leaked screenshots hint at Google Maps for iOS 6

    Premium-Inhalt. Screenshots that reportedly show a native Google Maps app for iOS 6 indicate the app will be vector-based, just like Apple's replacement Maps app, and will also be formatted to suit the larger screen of the iPhone 5.

  • Playing iPhone media through iTunes

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Adam Spelbring is unsure of exactly what limitations the Lightning connector places on iOS devices, particularly in their relationship to iTunes. He writes:

  • iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S III Mini and Droid Razr M: Pick on someone your own size

    Premium-Inhalt. Many of the latest and greatest have something in common besides powerful internals and cutting-edge features -- size. Samsung's Galaxy S III, HTC's One X+ and Motorola's Droid Razr HD and Razr HD Maxx are all big phones, with displays closing in on the 5-inch mark.

  • The personal computer tifosi

    Premium-Inhalt. A few weeks ago the potential impact of the verdict in the v. Samsung patent case. The reaction from many readers who took the time to comment was, let's say, not supportive of the position I took in the column. You should take the time to read the comments -- they are enlightening -- but more about a very long-running split in the technical community than about the actual content of the column.

  • Microsoft Windows 8 brings malware improvements, says antivirus researcher

    Premium-Inhalt. With 8 , aspects of the new operating system related to anti-malware protection and other features are getting a lot of attention.

  • AT&T to sell LG Optimus G Nov. 2 for $200

    Premium-Inhalt. AT&T's version of the quad-core LG Optimus G will go on sale Nov. 2 for $199.99 with a two-year contract. Pre-orders will start Tuesday, AT&T announced in a .

  • Mobility, data harvesting biggest threats to security: IDC

    Premium-Inhalt. Threat analysis, data harvesting, mobility and the commoditisation of IT security products have been cited by analyst firm IDC as the biggest threats to Australian security in 2012.

  • Analyst skeptical of $249 price for iPad Mini

    Premium-Inhalt. Claims by a German website that Apple will price the iPad Mini starting at [euro]249 were met today with skepticism by an analyst who two months ago projected the opening price would be $299 in the U.S.

  • Cyberthieves loot $400,000 from city bank account

    Premium-Inhalt. Burlington, Wash. officials have notified hundreds of employees and residents that their bank account information was compromised last week when hackers broke into city systems and stole more than $400,000 from a city account at Bank of America.

  • Finding the Right Fit between IT and Business

    Premium-Inhalt. There's a sea-change in information security and security specialists need to evolve effectively, not just in terms of IT alone, but in business as a whole. Can they step up to the challenge?

  • Profiting from Security: A Channel Perspective

    Premium-Inhalt. The security market is undergoing change and if you want to ensure the future of your business, it's time to look beyond commoditized technologies to new feeding grounds.

  • Banks still upbeat on NFC despite iPhone 5 disappointment

    Premium-Inhalt. Australia's top banks are moving forward with plans to support near field communications (NFC) despite Apple's decision not to support the contactless payment technology in the iPhone 5. A number of NFC-enabled devices running Google's Android mobile platform are available in Australia, including smartphones from Samsung, HTC and Sony.

  • Riverbed: We Are Innovating at the Fastest Rate in WAN Optimization Market

    Premium-Inhalt. Anil Batra, MD, Riverbed Technology, India, on the company's hot new growth areas, and how it's beating back new wanna-be's and old players.

  • Six tips for mobile device management security

    Premium-Inhalt. There has been a lot of discussion this year about the increasing influx of consumer devices being used for both professional and personal purposes. Many organisations are feeling a little overwhelmed as they try to work out appropriate security levels and device management boundaries. When you take into consideration all the platform and application updates chewing through corporate bandwidth, plus the potential for rogue applications and malware to gain illicit access to company data, there are many headaches for security managers to deal with.

  • From the editor-in-chief: No Small Change

    Premium-Inhalt. ... Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,

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