Jonny Evans

Hello, and thanks for dropping in. I'm pleased to meet you. My name is Jonny Evans. I'm a freelancer who has been writing (mainly about Apple) since 1999. These days I write my daily Apple Holic blog at Computerworld.com, where I try to deliver sometimes interesting, sometimes provocative insights into what Cupertino is doing. I try to write something worth reading. You can also keep up with my work at AppleMust.

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How Apple Car could become the future car-as-a-service

How Apple Car could become the future car-as-a-service

A subscription is likely to be a key component of Apple's’ go-to-market strategy for the Apple Car.

Mosyle aims to improve enterprise Mac deployment for new users

Mosyle aims to improve enterprise Mac deployment for new users

Mosyle Embark is designed to keep onboarding employees informed as Macs are configured for use. Company CEO Alcyr Araujo sees Apple adoption 'accelerating.'

Apple will dominate the enterprise, says Kandji CEO

Apple will dominate the enterprise, says Kandji CEO

Apple push into the enterprise ecosystem continues to expand; I caught up with Kandji CEO Adam Pettit to learn more.

How Taiwan deployed 400,000 iPads in a few weeks

How Taiwan deployed 400,000 iPads in a few weeks

Large education deployments are among the most challenging problems IT admins have to solve. So, just how did they deploy 400,000 iPads in Taiwan?

Apple’s enterprise IT pitch: Management, security, identity

Apple’s enterprise IT pitch: Management, security, identity

And it envisions all of these wrapped up in user interfaces that just work, as an Apple exec explained at the world's biggest Apple admins event.

How Ukraine’s MacPaw got its business ready for war

How Ukraine’s MacPaw got its business ready for war

Vira Tkachenko, CTO at Ukraine software developer MacPaw, explained at this week's JNUC event how her company prepared for war before the Russian invasion.

Jamf touts big boost to enterprise security at JNUC

Jamf touts big boost to enterprise security at JNUC

Jamf opened its annual JNUC event for Apple admins with a plethora of new announcements focused on device management and security, including a new Jamf Trust app and more details on its ZecOps acquisition.

Apple CEO Tim Cook wants more women in tech

Apple CEO Tim Cook wants more women in tech

Apple CEO Tim Cook has come out swinging, arguing that there are “no good excuses” to explain the continued lack of women in the world’s tech firms.

Jamf buys ZecOps to bring  high-end security to Apple enterprise

Jamf buys ZecOps to bring high-end security to Apple enterprise

ZecOps protects world-leading enterprises, governments, and individuals; Jamf has acquired it to help secure the enterprise.

Jamf Pro now lets IT admins manage AWS Mac instances

Jamf Pro now lets IT admins manage AWS Mac instances

Apple-in-the-enterprise solutions provider Jamf has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to introduce new tools to let IT admins manage virtual EC2 Macs.

UK's Ofcom to probe cloud services, messenger apps, and smart devices

UK's Ofcom to probe cloud services, messenger apps, and smart devices

The UK regulator plans an investigation into the cloud, messenger and smart device markets that could put Apple, Amazon, Meta, Google, Zoom and others in the agency's cross hairs.

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