Jonny Evans

Hello, and thanks for dropping in. I'm pleased to meet you. I'm Jonny Evans, and I've been writing (mainly about Apple) since 1999. These days I write my daily AppleHolic blog at Computerworld.com, where I explore Apple's growing identity in the enterprise. You can also keep up with my work at AppleMust, and follow me on Mastodon, LinkedIn and (maybe) Twitter.

Apple gives developers wider App Store price flexibility

JumpCloud hits AWS marketplace as Apple's enterprise market grows

JumpCloud hits AWS marketplace as Apple's enterprise market grows

Modern business environments rely on iPhones, iPads, Macs, WindowsPCs and more. The days of a pure, single-platform environment are over.

Apple gives up on 'Reality,' but still wants to extend it

Apple gives up on 'Reality,' but still wants to extend it

Collaborative environments, training, and experiences such as virtual visitor and product tours will dominate the first wave of enterprise Apple xrOS development.

AWS brings Verified Access security to the Apple enterprise

AWS brings Verified Access security to the Apple enterprise

Amazon is working with MDM providers such as Jamf to enable secure access to applications without the need for a VPN.

When fees are 'taxes' and free speech costs $8 a month

When fees are 'taxes' and free speech costs $8 a month

Thanks to the headline-grabbing new boss at Twitter, Apple faces renewed criticism over App Store fees and its insistence on content moderation. That criticism misses the mark.

Why you must remember to update T&Cs in Apple Business Manager

Why you must remember to update T&Cs in Apple Business Manager

Apple frequently requests its customers approve new terms and conditions (T&Cs) when major OS updates are introduced.

Apple has improved Mac MDM with this important feature

Apple has improved Mac MDM with this important feature

Mac admins now have more control over login and background items, thanks to improvements in macOS Ventura.

Apple, Google face legal pressure over UK mobile services dominance

Apple, Google face legal pressure over UK mobile services dominance

The UK’s competition watchdog has launched an investigation into how Apple and Google dominate the market for mobile services.

Spot virtual workplace creators on the future of work

Spot virtual workplace creators on the future of work

“We believe that the right technologies already exist today and simply haven’t been leveraged correctly in a work context,” say Gordon Hempton and Wes Hather, co-founders of the Spot virtual workplace platform.

The future of security: smarter devices that protect themselves

The future of security: smarter devices that protect themselves

Jamf completed its acquisition of Zecops this week. Why is this important and what might it mean to enterprise mobile security?

Why Macs and iPhones should avoid installing 'orphan' apps

Why Macs and iPhones should avoid installing 'orphan' apps

When attacks are at an all time high it makes no sense to leave your Apple fleets exposed to third-party software vulnerabilities.

Mosyle brings new iPhone, iPad endpoint security options

Mosyle brings new iPhone, iPad endpoint security options

Mosyle Hardening and Compliance ensures that employee devices are protected, compliant and are in line with the latest cybersecurity benchmarks.

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