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  • IT-Standort Deutschland kann nur mit IT-Sicherheit überleben

    Cornelia Rogall-Grothe

    Die IT-Beauftragte der Bundesregierung hat in ihrer Eröffnungsrede der IT-Security-Messe it-sa die Privatwirtschaft erneut aufgefordert, sich ihrer Verantwortung bewusst zu werden.  …mehr

  • Foxconn beschäftigte 14-jährige Praktikanten

    Apple-Produkte angeblich nicht betroffen

    Der weltgrößte Auftragsfertiger Foxconn hat bestätigt, dass in einem seiner Werke 14-jährige Praktikanten im Einsatz gewesen sind. …mehr

  • Telefonica bereitet größten deutschen Börsengang seit 2007 vor

    Fast 1,7 Milliarden Euro Volumen geplant

    Telefonica Deutschland verspricht der größte deutsche Börsengang der vergangenen fünf Jahre zu werden. Damals hatte der Motorenhersteller Tognum 2,01 Milliarden Euro eingesammelt.  …mehr

  • Logitech Touch Mouse T620

    Gadget des Tages

    Logitechs neue Touch Mouse T620 bietet statt der üblichen Maustasten eine große Touch-Oberfläche. Zudem wartet die T620 mit speziellen Features für Windows 8 auf. …mehr

  • IBM ernennt neue Datenschutz-Chefin

    Christina Peters wird Chief Privacy Officer

    Die Juristin Christina Peters, bislang Senior Counsel für Security and Privacy, wird als neue Chief Private Officer oberste Herrscherin über Datenschutz und Informationssicherheit bei IBM.  …mehr

  • Die falsche Sicht auf IT-Sicherheit

    3 Ratschläge von Gartner

    Firmen sollen sich darauf konzentrieren, potenzielle Löcher zu stopfen und ihre Monitoring-Kapazitäten ausbauen, um schneller auf Angriffe reagieren zu können.  …mehr

  • Apple will am 23. Oktober "ein bisschen mehr zeigen"

    iPad Mini?

    Apple hat für den 23. Oktober zu einer Konferenz eingeladen, auf der das Unternehmen neue Produkte vorstellt. Darunter könnte auch das iPad Mini sein, wie in der Einladung angedeutet wird. …mehr

  • iPhone Mockup - UI-Skizzen für iPhone im Nu erstellen

    Kleine Helfer

    Wer schnell Benutzerschnittstellen für iPhone-Apps skizzieren möchte, sollte einen Blick auf "iPhone Mockup" werfen. …mehr

  • Nokia sieht sich auf dem Weg zur Weltspitze

    Hoffen auf Erfolg mit dem Lumia 920

    Das Lumia 920 sei das beste Smartphone am Markt, betont Nokia-Vorstand Michael Halbherr. Damit sei der Konzern bestens für den Wettbewerb gerüstet.  …mehr

  • Intel mit Rückgang bei Umsatz und Gewinn

    Flaute im PC-Geschäft

    Die Flaute im PC-Geschäft macht dem größten Chip-Lieferanten Intel schwer zu schaffen. Umsatz und Gewinn gingen zuletzt zurück. Die Hoffnung liegt auf den nächsten Microsoft-Betriebssystem Windows 8.  …mehr

  • IBMs Quartalsumsatz schwindet

    Europäische Kunden sparen

    Auch "Big Blue" kann sich den wirtschaftlichen Problemen in Europa und andernorts nicht entziehen. Die Kunden halten sich besonders beim Kauf neuer Hardware zurück.  …mehr

  • Full-HD-Riese von HTC vorgestellt

    HTC J Butterfly

    Die Gerüchte aus der Vergangenheit sind bestätigt: HTC hat tatsächlich an einem Smartphone mit einem 5 Zoll großen Full-HD-Display gearbeitet. Der Riese geht jetzt unter der Bezeichnung HTC J Butterfly in den Verkauf - doch leider vorerst nur in Japan. …mehr

  • So kommen Freelancer an Projekte

    Agentur oder Direktauftrag?

    Für drei Viertel ihrer IT-Projekte beauftragen Unternehmen Vermittlungsagenturen, um an die benötigten Freiberufler zu kommen.  …mehr

  • Active Directory in Windows Server 2012 - Diagnose, Tools, Verwaltung

    Server-Manager, PowerShell, Exchange-Anbindung

    Mit Windows Server 2012 ändert Microsoft einige Funktionen in Active Directory und verbessert die Verwaltung und Überwachung. Die Installation von Active Directory läuft in Windows Server 2012 komplett über den Server-Manager oder in der PowerShell. Der folgende Beitrag erläutert die Neuerungen.  …mehr

  • 4 Mobile-Strategien für CIOs

    Private iPads einbinden - oder blocken

    Manche CIOs sind kontroll-orientiert, andere stellen die Nutzer-Zufriedenheit vornan: Laut Gartner bilden sich beim Management mobiler Geräte vier Stile heraus.  …mehr

  • Die größten Innovationsfallen

    Prozesse und Strukturen aufbrechen

    Oft verpassen vermeintlich innovative Unternehmen die Marktentwicklung. Lesen Sie hier die gefährlichsten Innovationsfallen, in die Firmen tappen.  …mehr

  • EAM - ein Muss in Zeiten des Wandels

    Enterprise-Architecture-Management

    Das Herzstück einer Enterprise Architecture ist das Metamodell, in dem sich der Informationsbedarf aller Stakeholder niederschlägt. Es sollte passgenau und Tool-unabhängig konstruiert sein, um zu den erhofften Synergievorteilen zu führen. …mehr

  • Urlaub trotz Arbeitsunfähigkeit

    Sammeln von Urlaubsansprüchen

    Das Landesarbeitsgericht Hamm hat ein vorläufiges Ende des Streits um Urlaubsanspruch und Arbeitsunfähigkeit im EuGH-Fall gesetzt.  …mehr

  • "Generaleinwilligung" für Werbung nicht ausreichend

    Telefon, E-Mail oder Post?

    Eine einheitliche Einwilligungserklärung für mehrere Werbeformen, die nicht konkret auf die Art der Werbung Bezug nimmt, ist unwirksam. Details von Manfred Wagner und Jenny Hubertus.  …mehr

  • Apple iPhone Passbook: The Future of Mobile Payments?

    Premium-Inhalt. Mobile payment has been hailed as the next great frontier for smartphones, and Apple has bet a chunk of the iPhone's future on its new Passbook app-a precursor to the mobile wallet.

  • Is RCS the way to go for telcos?

    Premium-Inhalt. By 2016, operators will have lost US$54 billion in SMS revenues due to the increasing popularity of social messaging services on smartphones, according to a forecast by Ovum, the global analyst company. This figure is more than double the US$23 billion they are expected to have lost by the end of 2012.

  • Google, Apple, and Microsoft are most attractive employer brands: LinkedIn

    Premium-Inhalt. Google is the world's most In Demand Employer brand, followed by Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Unilever, according to networking site LinkedIn.

  • Boundaries between IT outsourcing and BPO are becoming blurred: Ovum

    Premium-Inhalt. What is the potential impact of cloud on propositions of platform business process outsourcing (BPO)? Will it develop and merge into business-process-as-a-service (BPaaS)? According to research firm Ovum, the answer is yes.

  • How it works: The technology of touch screens

    Premium-Inhalt. Here's a question: What is a technology that you can't see, but is essential to smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices -- and is estimated to generate (according to DisplaySearch)? The answer is multitouch touch screens -- which have sparked the explosive growth of the mobile device market.

  • A face in the crowd: Inside the world of fast-track data processing

    Premium-Inhalt. Imagine processing massive amounts of video data from surveillance cameras and rapidly churning out usable and reliable information on pick-pockets, drunken hooligans, criminals or even terrorists.

  • ACCC takes HP to the Federal Court

    Premium-Inhalt. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has taken legal action in the Federal Court against Hewlett-Packard Australia Pty Ltd (HP) for alleged contraventions of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).

  • FCC Paves Way for 4G LTE Mobile Broadband Service

    Premium-Inhalt. The Federal Communications Commission today voted unanimously to revise a set of rules governing wireless spectrum to open a portion of the airwaves for mobile broadband service.

  • Plea hearing delayed again for Jobs' home break-in suspect

    Premium-Inhalt. The plea hearing for the man accused of breaking into the home of the late Steve Jobs has been delayed by a month on request of his lawyer.

  • How to move from Gmail to Outlook.com

    Premium-Inhalt. So you've decided you , so much so that you're ready to ditch Gmail and move your mail into Microsoft's camp. Easier said than done, right?

  • Amiga Forever makes retro gaming painless

    Premium-Inhalt. Personal computers have been around long enough to become a part of our history and shared social consciousness. As time marches on and older hardware dies, emulation is often the only way to experience these orphaned systems again. Amiga has been mourned more than most. Emulators are tricky business, however. Mastering and maintaining them can sap enough enthusiasm that you're left wondering why you bothered. Cloanto carefully sized up this common problem when putting together its Amiga Forever package, and the results are impressive. We looked at the $30 Plus edition ($10 Value and $50 Premium editions also available).

  • Razer's Blackwidow Tournament Edition is great for gamers on the move

    Premium-Inhalt. The packs many of the high-end keyboard features gamers love, most notably a full and support for programmable macro keys, into a smaller, cheaper package.

  • Google turns its data centers into an art show

    Premium-Inhalt. Google is offering a look inside its data centers with a series of stunning photographs that would be more at home in an art gallery than a technology manual.

  • VMware extends support for ESX hypervisor in OpenStack

    Premium-Inhalt. SAN DIEGO - Continuing its commitment to the project and its newfound vision to support multiple types of cloud platforms, VMware announced support for its ESX hypervisor in OpenStack today.

  • Juniper trimming up for a sale?

    Premium-Inhalt. Those layoffs happening at might be to dress the company up for a sale.

  • The Week in iOS Accessories: See farther

    Premium-Inhalt. As you'd expect, accessories for the iPhone 5 are trickling out, and this week there are couple of new products that will help your new iPhone's camera see farther and better. But there's also plenty of other gear for making art or listening to music on your iOS device.

  • Using CDs and DVDs with a MacBook Air

    Premium-Inhalt. Reader Steven Lange loves his new MacBook Air except for one little thing. He writes:

  • Preview of Apple's 'A Little More to Show' event

    Premium-Inhalt. It seems that Apple hasn't finished creating products appropriate for the holiday season and beyond. How else can you explain next week's ? With press invitations issued earlier this week how do we respond? By speculating about what Apple might have up its corporate sleeve, of course.

  • FCC means business when it comes to illegal cellphone jammers

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission issued a warning in three languages against cellphone jammers this week, and just in case that wasn't clear enough, it employed public shaming, too.

  • Web-based debt relief operation settles FTC charges

    Premium-Inhalt. The owner of 17 websites purporting to offer debt relief to consumers has agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that prohibits him from making deceptive claims.

  • Communities get social during emergencies

    Premium-Inhalt. If there's a brush fire or earthquake in California's Ventura County, city officials could be getting critical information from Twitter and residents could be receiving warnings on their smartphones.

  • Microsoft breaks silence, slates preview of Windows 7's IE10 next month

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today said it will ship a preview of Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) for Windows 7 next month, but would not commit to a timetable for a final release.

  • Inside Intel, part 2: The future IT security workforce

    Premium-Inhalt. The future workforce will look somewhat different than the current workforce, according to Alan Ross, senior principal engineer at Intel.

  • Isis to roll out mobile payments on Monday

    Premium-Inhalt. The Isis mobile wallet network will launch Monday in Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas, the Isis consortium announced Wednesday after an earlier delay in the launch.

  • E-Mail Extortion: A Sordid Tale

    Premium-Inhalt. I have a paranoid security team. Which is good. I also have paranoid users who don't trust security people. Which is not so good. I discovered this a few years back when a co-worker came into my office, red in the face, eyes puffy and greatly upset. "What on earth is the problem?" I asked in my best official-yet-caring management voice. Between sobs, she explained that, a week earlier, she had gotten an e-mail about the then upcoming Olympics in Greece.

  • What's Common Between Internet Protocols and Harvester Ants?

    Premium-Inhalt. Recently, researchers discovered that a certain breed of harvester ants (Pogonomyrmex barbatus) behave in a way that is not dissimilar from the way Internet protocols discover how much bandwidth is available for data transfer. They're calling them the 'Anternet'.

  • FCC clears the way for AT&T to use untapped spectrum

    Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has voted to approve an agreement that will bring an end to a 15-year fight over interference concerns over mobile broadband service in the 2.3GHz band of spectrum.

  • Windows 8 Tablets in the Enterprise: The Pros and Cons

    Premium-Inhalt. In the two and a half years since the release of the first-generation iPad, tablets of various shapes and sizes have sparked a revolution among consumers, who are now no longer afraid to take their touch-enabled tablets to work.

  • Gartner: Big data to drive US$28B of IT spending in 2012

    Premium-Inhalt. Big data will drive US$28 billion of worldwide IT spending in 2012 and US$34 billion in 2013, said Gartner Wednesday.

  • GE polishes global strategy with local transformation

    Premium-Inhalt. General Electric (GE), founded 125 years ago, is one of the USA's iconic corporations. The firm has 300,000 employees working in areas ranging from aviation, healthcare, transportation, financials, and energy. The firm employs about 5,000 IT staff outside the USA."

  • Doc: Tech must meet the needs of patients and staff

    Premium-Inhalt. Like technologies deployed in a corporate environment, those used in healthcare are meant to improve services and productivity. On its new clinical management system (CMS 3), the aims to create new modules to meet patient needs and reduce risk in patient care.

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