Jamf adds network and endpoint security tools for enterprise Macs

Jamf adds network and endpoint security tools for enterprise Macs

Jamf has unveiled a series of significant updates designed to improve Mac enterprise security, and touted additional security solutions.

Does Apple plan an Apple Pay surprise as Tap to Pay hits beta?

Does Apple plan an Apple Pay surprise as Tap to Pay hits beta?

iOS 15.4 enabled the iPhone Tap to Pay API so payment providers could climb aboard in time for spring launch.

Apple's Fleetsmith closes as demand for enterprise MDM expands

Apple's Fleetsmith closes as demand for enterprise MDM expands

Apple will discontinue its Fleetsmith Mobile Device Management (MDM) service in October and wants customers to find other MDM providers.

Apple explains Google Workspace integration for Apple IDs

Apple explains Google Workspace integration for Apple IDs

Apple has detailed how it will integrate Google Workspace identity services with Managed Apple IDs to simplify cloud identity management.

Apple-friendly iDrive pushes price to build S3 service for SMBs

Apple-friendly iDrive pushes price to build S3 service for SMBs

iDrive's e2 service pitches S3-compatible storage at a low price, as the company seeks to build its pitch in a rapidly accelerating cloud computing market.

Review: Logitech’s Lift vertical mouse helps control RSI

Review: Logitech’s Lift vertical mouse helps control RSI

Logitech’s latest ergonomic device may help manage or prevent injuries that affect one in 50 employees.

Apple plots a Mac revolution in interesting times

Apple plots a Mac revolution in interesting times

Apple's teams have plotted a path that makes Macs more than relevant all over again, but this revolution comes in the middle of very challenging times.

Apple calls out Meta for hypocrisy

Apple calls out Meta for hypocrisy

Meta’s poked its face out the book as it admits plans to levy a 47.5% commission on virtual transactions in its metaverse.

Apple has good privacy arguments, but critics aren't listening

Apple has good privacy arguments, but critics aren't listening

The problem with Apple’s passionate stance on privacy and user security is that those attacking its position aren’t interested in the same thing.

Adobe woos video pros with After Effects M1 performance promise

Adobe woos video pros with After Effects M1 performance promise

Adobe says the latest release of Adobe After Effects will run up to three times faster on M1 Ultra Macs than it will on the high-end Intel iMac Pro.

WWDC: It's all about the Four Ps — performance, parity, platforms, and partnership

WWDC: It's all about the Four Ps — performance, parity, platforms, and partnership

Apple's pro users and developers will be looking for a lot at this year's WWDC when it rolls around in June.

WWDC: Apple's call to code and the no-code future

WWDC: Apple's call to code and the no-code future

What’s a giant US corporation to do when there really aren’t enough developers on the planet to build all the things we need?

What will, might and could happen at Apple's hybrid WWDC event

What will, might and could happen at Apple's hybrid WWDC event

Themed as ‘Call to Code,' Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will be held online for the third time since the pandemic began.

Why your company should deploy Apple Messages for Business

Why your company should deploy Apple Messages for Business

Apple Business Essentials isn't the only business service the company provides. If you and your company want to reach Apple users, take a look at Messages for Business.

Will your company embrace AR for training?

Will your company embrace AR for training?

Here's a short look at some of the use cases to support AR/VR in enterprise and government staff development and training.

Apple Business Essentials exits beta, adds AppleCare

Apple Business Essentials exits beta, adds AppleCare

Apple Business Essentials has exited beta and is now available with compelling AppleCare for Business options for SMBs in the US.

Apple can support sideloading, while protecting the rest of us

Apple can support sideloading, while protecting the rest of us

There’s been a tumult of regulatory activity aimed at Apple, and the company now faces a tidal wave that will eventually force it to open parts of its platform.

Boomerang takes the pain out of meeting scheduling

Boomerang takes the pain out of meeting scheduling

Boomerang, which augments your email with a raft of useful features to help make you more productive, now has a fix for meeting scheduling email hassles.

How not to upgrade your enterprise technology

How not to upgrade your enterprise technology

Just like the original Macintosh GUI, everything works better when you put your users at the center of change.

Apple Silicon, pandemic, drive Mac enterprise growth, admins say

Apple Silicon, pandemic, drive Mac enterprise growth, admins say

Experts from the Mac, iPhone and iPad IT admin space say Apple Silicon, changes in working habits and lower-than-Windows TCO are driving Apple growth in the enterprise.

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