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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.

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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.

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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.

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Podcast: iPhone 14 Pro: Buy or nah?

Join Macworld’s Michael Simon and Ken Mingis from Computerworld as they discuss their Apple newest phones and answer your questions.

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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.

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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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Macs still lead the ACSI survey as PCs go mobile and work goes remote

The latest American Customer Satisfaction Index survey suggests Apple’s iconic leadership is narrowing. But there's more to what's going on than just that.

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What's new in Notifications in iOS 16?

Given the extent to which mobile pros depend on notifications, it's important to understand the changes Apple has made to Notifications in iOS 16 for the iPhone.

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iPhone users have become more cautious about fast iOS upgrades

People want to be certain the experience will be bug free, apps will work, and that consumer-simple remains enterprise-secure.

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The evolution of Apple's iPhone

As the iPhone ages, it's important to look at how the now-iconic device has matured since its arrival in 2007.

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Why Apple's October event matters to business

It might be just another Mac and iPad launch, but Apple continues to show the strength of its coherent mobile and PC strategy.

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The quick and easy guide to eSIM on Apple's iPhone 14

Apple’s decision to abandon the SIM tray in US models of the iPhone 14 is arguably braver than its move to abandon the headphone port.

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14+ reasons enterprises should upgrade to iOS 16

When it comes to iOS, 16 it’s not terribly surprising most reports focus is on consumer-friendly features. But there are lots of good reasons for enterprise users to make the move.

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Will your enterprise app dev teams visit Apple's Dynamic Island?

Apple has successfully turned the part of the iPhone display everyone ignored into the place to be seen. This is an opportunity to build engagement — will you exploit it?

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After Apple's iPhone 14 launch event, a few things to consider

Though enterprise considerations from Apple's big show were a little thin, what Apple announced — and the strategies it's pursuing — would be good for any smart business to heed.

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America is (almost) ready for Apple Reality distortion

As we wait on Apple’s iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods Pro refresh event later today, spare a thought for another big reveal, mixed reality glasses branded Reality One.

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Is Apple preparing its big idea for digital health?

Apple may be about to make it much cheaper to get hold of an Apple Watch. Why would it do this unless it has a bigger plan in place?

Apple wasn’t fooling when it said it wanted to make Macs more secure

“We have a level of malware on the Mac that we don’t find acceptable,” Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi said last year. He meant it....

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