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WWDC: 12 small but important improvements you may have missed

Some of the smaller (mostly iOS) improvements Apple told us about on or around WWDC 2021 will be quite useful in the workplace.

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Google abandons URL shortening in Chrome

The move, which was unveiled last August, 'didn't move relevant security metrics,' according to a Google staff software engineer on the Chrome team.

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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WWDC: Why iCloud+ will help secure the enterprise

iCloud+ is an upgraded version of Apple's existing service that provides secure emailing and VPN-style security for users.

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Microsoft's plan to remake Windows — what that might mean

In two weeks, Microsoft, plans to unveil the "next generation" of Windows. But isn't Windows 10 supposed to be the last generation of the ubiquitous OS?

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Asana adds features to reduce distractions, improve video chats

The work management platform focuses on fighting video fatigue with an asynchronous video tool that an analyst said could eventually see widespread adoption.

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WWDC: Apple digs deep to secure its platforms

From built-in IP address masking to insights into how information is abused, Apple continues to secure Macs, iPhones, iPads, and everything else it can.

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WWDC 2021: 20+ improvements for enterprise pros

Apple announced a range of enhancements that will benefit remote workers after a year like no other, with changes coming to iOS, iPadOS, macOS and other software.

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Apple to try new hybrid workplace model for a year

The company wants employees back in the office three days a week, but will offer flexible support for remote work in company-wide pilot project.

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The missing context around Google's Android privacy fallout

Recent revelations about Google's Android privacy practices are raising some red flags, but as usual, there's more to the story than meets the eye.

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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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Microsoft Teams gets Fluid components, ‘main stage’ meeting app integrations

Microsoft is adding new cross-platform integrations for Teams to help employees get work done without leaving the collaboration application.

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US gov’t plans for remote workers could spur private-sector push, too

The Biden administration appears poised to encourage remote work for 2 million US government workers as the COVID-19 pandemic eases and businesses look to fully re-open. The move could spur companies to follow suit.

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Microsoft confirms Windows 10X's demise, quickly teases 'significant update' to Windows 10

Windows 10X is officially out. So what's coming next for Windows 10? At this week's Build event, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella teased serious updates "very soon."

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Android 12's quietly important privacy progress

Android 12's visual advancements are understandably stealing the show, but there's another area of the software you shouldn't be overlooking.

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Microsoft sets IE's date with death — kind of

The company plans to retire Internet Explorer 11 next year, putting it on the path to a long, slow lingering death as the company fully embraces Microsoft Edge.

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Tech wages: Women, minorities still paid less in 2020

A survey of tech firms in the US, UK, and Canada shows that the wage gaps with white men are decreasing for new hires, but many existing employees lost ground in several segments.

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Accessibility takes a magic leap with Apple Watch gesture control

Apple offered up a series of announcements to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day, including thought-provoking gesture controls for Apple Watch.

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Android 12 and the 'Android Pixel' era

Google's latest Android version is an ambitious new beginning — at least, for one small slice of the Android platform pie.

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Otter.ai launches Otter Assistant to help Zoom-fatigued workers

Otter.ai this week unveiled a new tool for Zoom: a virtual assistant that can automatically join Zoom meetings, takes notes, and share them with meeting participants.

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