Will your company embrace AR for training?

Will your company embrace AR for training?

Here's a short look at some of the use cases to support AR/VR in enterprise and government staff development and training.

Apple Business Essentials exits beta, adds AppleCare

Apple Business Essentials exits beta, adds AppleCare

Apple Business Essentials has exited beta and is now available with compelling AppleCare for Business options for SMBs in the US.

Apple can support sideloading, while protecting the rest of us

Apple can support sideloading, while protecting the rest of us

There’s been a tumult of regulatory activity aimed at Apple, and the company now faces a tidal wave that will eventually force it to open parts of its platform.

Boomerang takes the pain out of meeting scheduling

Boomerang takes the pain out of meeting scheduling

Boomerang, which augments your email with a raft of useful features to help make you more productive, now has a fix for meeting scheduling email hassles.

How not to upgrade your enterprise technology

How not to upgrade your enterprise technology

Just like the original Macintosh GUI, everything works better when you put your users at the center of change.

Apple Silicon, pandemic, drive Mac enterprise growth, admins say

Apple Silicon, pandemic, drive Mac enterprise growth, admins say

Experts from the Mac, iPhone and iPad IT admin space say Apple Silicon, changes in working habits and lower-than-Windows TCO are driving Apple growth in the enterprise.

Everything-as-a-service, Apple, and the future of business

Everything-as-a-service, Apple, and the future of business

Apple is repositioning its business for a new set of economic realities.

Jamf introduces essential Apple admin tools for SMBs

Jamf introduces essential Apple admin tools for SMBs

Company CEO Dean Hager says price is no longer an obstacle to enterprise deployment of Macs, as the business technology environment becomes increasingly Apple friendly.

iCloud goes down: Live by the service, die by the service

iCloud goes down: Live by the service, die by the service

Every enterprise (or consumer) should invest in multiple layers of backup to maintain data integrity, and should try to ensure key services still function in some way, even when servers fail.

Review: The iPad Air 5 remains the most versatile Apple tablet

Review: The iPad Air 5 remains the most versatile Apple tablet

With its M1 chip, the iPad Air 5 absolutely delivers the power you need to get work done like a pro, without the bells, whistles — and price tag — of an iPad Pro.

Apple leads the 5G transition, reports claim

Apple leads the 5G transition, reports claim

Driven by interest in the iPhone, sales of 5G-capable smartphones exceeded those of 4G devices for the first time in January.

Slack hails Apple’s new iPad Air with collaboration boost

Slack hails Apple’s new iPad Air with collaboration boost

'We recognize that the iPad is a unique device that demands the power of a desktop experience with the simplicity of a mobile app," says Slack.

Apple's Universal Control delivers big productivity benefits

Apple's Universal Control delivers big productivity benefits

I already feel as if I’ve been using Universal Control forever; it's made my Mac, iPad workplace set up far more useful and coherent.

What are the best VPN services for conflict zones?

What are the best VPN services for conflict zones?

Internet users are taking renewed interest in use of VPN services as they attempt to access information in an increasingly repressive environment.

Who will Apple's M-series Mac Pro be for?

Who will Apple's M-series Mac Pro be for?

The combination of power, performance and energy efficiency means Apple will eventually become as dominant in personal computing as it is in smartphones.

The M1 Ultra: Apple’s big leap forward in chip design

The M1 Ultra: Apple’s big leap forward in chip design

Apple's silicon interposer tech, UltraFusion, has stolen a march on the chip industry. Here's what we know so far.

‘Peek performance’ — Apple turns things upside down

‘Peek performance’ — Apple turns things upside down

An event characterized by Apple's growing processor technology advantage points to a new future for enterprise tech.

Apple joins the Great Return to (hybrid) work

Apple joins the Great Return to (hybrid) work

Having made a ton of cash offering products to support remote work, Apple has announced its corporate employees must begin returning to the office April 11.

Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla aim for a more consistent web

Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla aim for a more consistent web

Apple is working with Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, and others to make web standards work more consistently across different browsers.

It's time to secure the Apple enterprise

It's time to secure the Apple enterprise

It’s reasonable to anticipate a wave of cyberattacks, which means technology users need to audit their existing security protection. Here are some starting points.

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