Industry

Industry | News, how-tos, features, reviews, and videos

abstract collage of money with wall street finance
windows 11 logo bloom

Ukrainian flag

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 and MacBook

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.

work from home

GoTo adds co-browsing functionality to its contact center offering

The new feature allows agents and customers to collaboratively "browse" a website, web application or mobile app together in real time.

Calendar pages flipping through months. [time / past / future / history / what's next]

Tech event calendar 2022: Upcoming US shows, conferences, and IT expos

Our sortable chart offers information, dates and locations for a variety of US IT-focused events coming up over the next year.

Cybersecurity  >  locked binary code

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.

software update

Windows 11: A guide to the updates

Here’s what you need to know about the latest updates to Windows 11 as they’re released from Microsoft. Now updated for KB5017383 Preview, released on Sept. 20, 2022.

windows 10 logo

Windows 10: A guide to the updates

Here's what you need to know about each update to the current version of Windows 10 as it's released from Microsoft. Now updated for KB5017380 Preview, released on Sept. 20, 2022.

how to use group facetime ios ipados

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.

A remote worker works from home with tablet, documents, notebook and pen.

Six in 10 workers want to ditch the 40-hour work week, survey finds

Most workers want their productivity measured by results — not by how many hours they spend working, according to a multi-national survey by business software and services provider Adaptavist.

thumbs up happy employees binary diversity motivated staff happy people by peopleimages getty

A tale of two companies: How Intel and Dell are creating better places to work

Two tech bigwigs with very different corporate cultures are trying to make the workplace a better place for their employees. There are lessons here for other companies.

iOS 16

How to share Safari Tab Groups on iPhone

Apple has added something special to the rich medley of available tools for project and research collaboration.

Windows 11

Windows 11 22H2: Small but welcome changes

A handful of tweaks improve the Start menu, Task Manager, and File Explorer, but the most anticipated new feature is absent.

Slack logo, with background by Mudassir Ali, via Pexels

Slack launches new Slack Canvas tool at Dreamforce 2022

The messaging platform launches new “persistent layer,” allowing users to capture and store information directly inside Slack channels and individual workspaces

A digital hub marked with crossed wrench and screwdriver branches circuits through a system.

Critical zero-days make September's Patch Tuesday a 'Patch Now' release

Microsoft focused on Windows with this month's big patch release, pushing out 63 updates affecting the operating system, Microsoft Office and the Visual Studio and .NET platforms. The release came amid reports of three publicly...

iOS 16 lock screen

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.

post 7 image map your cybersecurity program to security best practices

Sadly, IT can no longer trust geolocation for much of anything

This goes beyond simply not trusting location data for cybersecurity authentication. Geolocation is now used for a wide range of business reasons — but it shouldn’t be.

Adobe Skills

Adobe's $20B Figma acquisition highlights web-based collaboration trends

The cash and stock deal will see Figma become part of the broader Adobe ecosystem, adding collaborative software development to the design company’s list of capabilities.

European Union, EU

Google’s failure to quash EU antitrust ruling has broad implications for tech companies

Tech giants currently under investigation by the EU are unlikely to be calmed by the General Court's judgment, especially with the Digital Markets Act (DMA) set to come into force next year.

Load More