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.

17 ways the iPhone transformed enterprise tech

17 ways the iPhone transformed enterprise tech

In the 15 years since its arrival, the iPhone has changed the way we do and run our businesses. Here's a look at some of the major changes it brought about.

Will Apple win trust in the metaverse (as it has in the real world)?

Will Apple win trust in the metaverse (as it has in the real world)?

Apple has built a company around a series of core values, including the evolution of customer experiences and trust.

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint brings remote deployment to iOS

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint brings remote deployment to iOS

Microsoft has taken another step toward making life considerably easier for enterprise admins seeking to secure fleets of remote iOS devices at the endpoint.

Apple Maps aims at business with Snapshots for email, web

Apple Maps aims at business with Snapshots for email, web

If you run a public-facing business of any kind, you may want to look at Apple’s latest Maps enhancement; it lets you add a useful map to emails, websites or elsewhere.

How to bookmark Safari Tab groups (and other bookmark tips)

How to bookmark Safari Tab groups (and other bookmark tips)

Safari Tabs are moderately useful for research, though Apple made some some inconsistent UI decisions.

How Apple's iCloud Private Relay supports enterprise VPN

How Apple's iCloud Private Relay supports enterprise VPN

Apple's iCloud Private Relay is compatible with enterprise security policies, including VPN and proxy server prohibition.

CES 2022: Can hope defy Omicron?

CES 2022: Can hope defy Omicron?

The Consumer Technology Association is determined to host an in-person CES 2022, but will its plans run smack into reality? And will Apple be forced to take WWDC online for a third time?

What Apple’s approach to building services income tells us

What Apple’s approach to building services income tells us

Apple's has built an $86 billion services business. What trends does this confirm and what can other business users learn from this journey?

12+ tips to make remote meetings more effective

12+ tips to make remote meetings more effective

Are you drained by constant hours-long Zoom meetings in which everyone speaks but nothing seems to happen? Try a new approach.

8+ useful tips for Notes on iPhone, iPad, Mac

8+ useful tips for Notes on iPhone, iPad, Mac

You're likely juggling typical end-of-the-year business tasks, endless holiday season lists, and a pandemic. So you probably need to make Notes work for you better.

Did Apple send its controversial CSAM scanning back to the lab?

Did Apple send its controversial CSAM scanning back to the lab?

Apple seems to have stepped back on its least popular innovation since the Butterfly Keyboard, deleting mentions of its CSAM scanning/surveillance tech from its site following universal criticism.

Why you should install the latest Apple updates

Why you should install the latest Apple updates

The latest software updates from Apple address critical security problems, introduce improved privacy tools and include the SharePlay feature. Still missing? Universal Control.

2021 — the year Apple became a big player in enterprise tech

2021 — the year Apple became a big player in enterprise tech

In a few years' time, when peering back through the coronavirus fog, we’ll fully understand that 2021 is the year Apple truly entered the enterprise.

How will we use Apple's AR glasses — and with what UI?

How will we use Apple's AR glasses — and with what UI?

Everything about Apple’s history tells us that it will want to build an interface that delivers a sense of natural connection.

Apple should enforce the App Store privacy promise

Apple should enforce the App Store privacy promise

Some developers are allegedly exploiting loopholes in Apple's developer agreement to undermine app privacy.

Designer smartphone hacks will trickle down in 2022

Designer smartphone hacks will trickle down in 2022

State-sponsored attacks similar to NSO Group's Pegasus will begin to leak into the criminal hacker community in 2022, Watchguard warns.

Eve Systems CEO: Matter standard is a 'foundational' tech

Eve Systems CEO: Matter standard is a 'foundational' tech

Jerome Gackel , the CEO of Eve Systems, explains why Matter and Thread will enable smarter homes, offices and more.

Why Apple may be planning life after Arm

Why Apple may be planning life after Arm

With Nvidia's Arm acquisition seemingly unlikely to succeed, what will Apple do?

Apple, accessibility, and Project Titan

Apple, accessibility, and Project Titan

Work on the Apple Car is exposing foundational technologies to support a decade or more of Apple innovation.

How to use FileVault to protect business data on Macs

How to use FileVault to protect business data on Macs

If you use Macs for business, you should be familiar with FileVault. Apple’s built-in disk encryption system for macOS can help protect corporate data.

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