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Securing the Apple mobile enterprise takes context

Truce Software CEO Joe Boyle talks about Apple's place in business and the evolution of new security models for the remote enterprise.

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Jamf updates target enterprise iPad and iPhone sharing

Jamf Setup and Jamf Reset have gotten updates designed to make it much easier to manage and deploy shared iOS and iPadOS devices.

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With Apple's Claris, digital transformation goes to school

Claris Connect is a powerful new student information integration system that enables powerful digital workflows for educators.

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A highly sarcastic Android security warning

The Android malware monster is back — and this time, he's coming for all of your deepest, darkest secrets. (Uh, maybe.)

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VMware targets remote work security with Anywhere Workspace

Three tools from VMware’s portfolio — Workspace One, Carbon Black Cloud, and SASE — are now bundled, offering a suite of tools to simplify management of remote worker devices and applications.

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Appogee becomes one-stop shop for enterprise iOS deployment

Apple-only VAR Appogee now offers a fully managed hardware deployment as iOS/Mac enterprise use comes of age

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Mosyle unveils Apple MDM tools for the enterprise

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

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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.

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Apple, AI, and humans in the new work place

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

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Apple MDM services are essential for the WFH enterprise

Apple MDM vendor Addigy confirms that more companies than ever are making the move to fully remote work.

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How Jamf fits into the enterprise device management landscape

Should you consider Jamf to manage your company’s Apple devices? Here’s what you need to know.

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How Jamf plans to let Microsoft Endpoint manage enterprise iPhones

A new solution due out soon will allow IT to use Microsoft Endpoint Manager to manage iOS devices as well as Macs.

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Mobile workforce to reach 93.5M in U.S. by ‘24

Research firm IDC expects businesses to invest heavily in mobile devices as the pandemic increases remote working; 60% of the workforce will be mobile within four years.

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How Apple is being deployed across the COVID-19 enterprise

Jamf shares useful insights on real world enterprise use of Macs, iPads and iPhones during the pandemic.

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15 hot tech skills getting hotter -- no certification required

Employers are apt to invest more often in cash premiums for noncertified tech skills compared to certifications. Here are a few they’re coveting the most now and going forward.

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Amid the pandemic, using trust to fight shadow IT

With most workers scattered at home and trying to come up with their own ad-hoc IT workarounds, there’s an easy way for IT shops to build trust: communicate.

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Shadow IT goes home: How to reduce the risk

As workers were forced home due to the COVID-19 crisis, the potential for shadow IT went with them to their remote offices. However, it doesn't need pose a risk. In fact, it could prove to be an asset.

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Verizon: Companies will sacrifice mobile security for profitability, convenience

Although nearly seven-in-10 businesses suffered a mobile compromise – and called the impact “major” – nearly half continue to sacrifice security, according to a study by Verizon.

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