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Apple needs to introduce an iCloud business suite for the enterprise

Apple has an opportunity to create a suite of online services aimed at its growing congregation of enterprise users.

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13 handy hidden tricks for Google Maps on Android

Take advantage of all Maps has to offer by tapping into these easily overlooked features and options.

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How to choose the right UEM platform

Unified Endpoint Management software lets IT manage all of an organization’s endpoint devices — smartphones, laptops, desktops, printers, IoT devices, and more — from a single management console. Here’s what to look for when shopping...

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Apple warns: Sideloading apps threatens an iCrime wave

An extensive Apple white paper describes the risks of app sideloading to consumers and enterprises.

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iPhone SE 2022: Apple reads the room

Apple is seeking platform proliferation and high service and product add-ons to weather an anticipated post-pandemic slump.

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Has Apple set the scene for its next small big thing?

Aimed at developers, App Analytics in App Store Connect provides a window through which they can explore important app metrics....

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The most important Pixel 6 feature might be invisible

Google's Pixel 6 is almost upon us, but the phone's most significant element has barely started to come into focus.

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Apple gains traction as enterprise workplaces become hybrid

Research data shows that hybrid work has propelled Apple device use across the enterprise, with the cost-of-ownership argument cutting through.

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Google Keep cheat sheet: How to get started

Get up and running with Google’s powerful note-taking app.

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Google now tells criminals when Chrome users are 'idle.' What could go wrong?

Another day, another revelation that mobile vendors might not always have users’ needs in mind, but they sure are helpful to cyberthieves.

What the iPhone 13 says about Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro

Apple could have made much more impressive claims when it launched the iPhone 13. What might these tell us about the Mac?

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How one coding error turned AirTags into perfect malware distributors

A security researcher found that an open area for typing in a phone number has unintentionally turned AirTags into God’s gift to malware criminals.

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My first week with an iPhone 13 mini

I’ve been using a Product (Red) iPhone 13 mini. It manages to be small, highly portable, and pretty much uncompromised.

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Android vs. iOS in the enterprise: IT now has a real choice

It used to be that Android couldn't get a second look in the enterprise. Now Apple's iOS has real competition.

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Apple deepens its engagement in enterprise security

Following security promises made at The White House, Apple has become a co-chair of the Cyber Readiness Institute to help enterprises secure themselves

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Podcast: iPhone privacy settings still allow apps to track users, plus Android's privacy measures

Last week, The Washington Post revealed that, despite update app tracking transparency measures, iPhone apps continue to track users. This presents a serious privacy issue, since the type of data gathered about a user's device could...

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Apple makes a quiet transition to post-consumerism

The extent to which Apple under CEO Tim Cook is making the transition to becoming a mass market post-consumerist company should guide anyone making a similar transition.

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Apple’s latest right-to-repair trick is delightfully evil

I’ve always been impressed by how clever Apple can get when trying to protect its repair revenue. A new report from MacRumors doesn’t disappoint.

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