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.

Mosyle unveils Apple MDM tools for the enterprise

Mosyle unveils Apple MDM tools for the enterprise

Mosyle Fuse is a new cloud-native MDM solution aimed at enterprise Apple users.

Apple switches off the ‘open web’ by making it better

Apple switches off the ‘open web’ by making it better

Apple has begun rejecting apps that ignore its new App Tracking Transparency policy as it steams toward launch of iOS 14.5.

How to fix the Apple tech skills gap

How to fix the Apple tech skills gap

It makes sense to develop free tech-support courses to nurture untapped talents as Apple's market grows.

Lessons from Jamf on how to support the remote hybrid enterprise

Lessons from Jamf on how to support the remote hybrid enterprise

Macs, iPhones, and remote teams will become a fact of life in the new hybrid workplace

Apple confirms WWDC 2021 will be an online event

Apple confirms WWDC 2021 will be an online event

Apple has announced that WWDC 2021 will be an all-online event once again, following the success of the format last year.

How Apple's iCloud Drive works — and how to use it

How Apple's iCloud Drive works — and how to use it

Here's how to take complete control of iCloud Drive on Mac, iOS, iPad and Windows.

Apple Watch yields heart data nearly as good as clinical tests, report claims

Apple Watch yields heart data nearly as good as clinical tests, report claims

New research could point to a significant step forward in AI-driven remote health monitoring.

Apple, AI, and humans in the new work place

Apple, AI, and humans in the new work place

Alcyr Araujo, of Apple MDM solutions provider Mosyle, weighs in concerning the future of work.

Tempus fugit: Apple launched Mac OS X 20 years ago today

Tempus fugit: Apple launched Mac OS X 20 years ago today

Two decades ago, Steve Jobs taught the Mac to play the NeXT way when Apple introduced the first iteration of Mac OS X.

Apple’s iPhone factories are Industry 4.0 rock stars

Apple’s iPhone factories are Industry 4.0 rock stars

Key iPhone production facilities have been recognized as global examples of great Industry 4.0 deployments.

Needed: Project management tools for the remote Apple enterprise

Needed: Project management tools for the remote Apple enterprise

Enterprises are searching for powerful project management tools to support Apple-centric businesses — perhaps Merlin Project meets these needs?

Apple CEO Tim Cook and the coming hybrid workplace

Apple CEO Tim Cook and the coming hybrid workplace

Apple's leader expects the future of work to be a hybrid mix of remote and on-premises roles.

Hackers target developers to break into Apple’s garden

Hackers target developers to break into Apple’s garden

Apple developers beware -- cybercriminals have figured out that you may be the weakest link in Mac, iPhone and iPad security.

How to make more effective use of Mail in macOS

How to make more effective use of Mail in macOS

While we wait for Apple to innovate an application most Mac users rely on daily, here’s a few tips that should help you use Mail more effectively.

Use Stacks and Search in macOS to get work done

Use Stacks and Search in macOS to get work done

Here's how to maintain desktop law and order — and find those frequently wanted items fast.

Apple lives by its own privacy rules

Apple lives by its own privacy rules

As Apple prepares to limit the way app developers track users, it also shows it lives by its own rules.

Q&A: Adobe explains the transition to Apple Silicon

Q&A: Adobe explains the transition to Apple Silicon

I caught up with Adobe to find out more about the experience of recompiling Photoshop for Apple Silicon.

Jamf move improves enterprise security and compliance for macOS

Jamf move improves enterprise security and compliance for macOS

Jamf has acquired a security and compliance tool that should make it easier for more enterprises to move to Macs.

Why WWDC 2021 should take place online

Why WWDC 2021 should take place online

We've all sacrificed too much to put recovery at risk for Apple to hold an in-person WWDC event this year.

Apple's AR glasses and a future for 'AppleCare'

Apple's AR glasses and a future for 'AppleCare'

As big tech takes chunks out of private health, keep watching what Apple does in machine vision, as it may hint at plans to transform yet another industry — eye care.

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