Adobe gets mobile, remote and goes to war with deep fakes

Adobe gets mobile, remote and goes to war with deep fakes

Adobe has ramped up its use of AI, introduced Illustrator for iPad, and gone to war against deep fakes.

Signal intelligence shows strong iPhone 12 demand

Signal intelligence shows strong iPhone 12 demand

Businesses hoping to deploy fleets of Apple’s first 5G phones may have a wait on their hands

Zoom is becoming what Apple's FaceTime should have been

Zoom is becoming what Apple's FaceTime should have been

Apple had a chance to define the video collaboration space. It failed to take it.

What's next for 5G now that Apple supports it in the iPhone 12?

What's next for 5G now that Apple supports it in the iPhone 12?

The iPhone 12 supports 5G, but problems remain and all parties should avoid setting unrealistic expectations.

How Apple’s iPhone 12 may boost your business

How Apple’s iPhone 12 may boost your business

It's time for 5G, LiDAR, and details about how your business can exploit the new Apple smartphone's Neural Engine.

Apple is working to make AR part of everyday life

Apple is working to make AR part of everyday life

Here's how the company wants to use the U1 chip inside iPhones and Apple Watch to support connected AR experiences (and more).

An iPhone a day keeps the doctor away

An iPhone a day keeps the doctor away

Apple's iPhone is becoming an essential tool for medical care as smart medical devices enter use.

What we think we know about Apple Silicon Macs

What we think we know about Apple Silicon Macs

Apple will soon introduce the first Macs based on Apple Silicon.What do we think we know about them so far?

Apple is introducing iPhone Health Records to UK and Canada

Apple is introducing iPhone Health Records to UK and Canada

Health Records are now available to some patients in the UK and Canada with coverage to be extended in the next few months, Apple says.

Apple's T2 Mac security chip may be vulnerable, researcher claims

Apple's T2 Mac security chip may be vulnerable, researcher claims

A security researcher claims to have figured out how to break the T2 security chip on modern Intel-based Macs.

Current trends in Mac security threats

Current trends in Mac security threats

The latest trends involving Mac threats show that while attempts are increasing, users remain the first line of defense for the "show up when you want to" enterprise.

Microsoft's Brad Anderson on Apple in the enterprise

Microsoft's Brad Anderson on Apple in the enterprise

During this week's JNUC event, the Microsoft VP talked about enabling enterprise class security for Macs.

Lessons learned: Provisioning new employees during a pandemic

Lessons learned: Provisioning new employees during a pandemic

What have we learned about hardware provisioning employees for remote working during the pandemic?

JNUC 2020 opens with big news for Apple and Azure

JNUC 2020 opens with big news for Apple and Azure

Jamf kicks off its virtual JNUC conference today with a deluge of news and information for Mac, iPhone and iPad using enterprises.

5 HomeKit-compatible solutions for working from home

5 HomeKit-compatible solutions for working from home

These HomeKit tips can help optimize your work-from-home experience.

Will Apple Silicon slow enterprise Mac deployment?

Will Apple Silicon slow enterprise Mac deployment?

Apple must prove a business case to maintain enterprise deployment of Macs with Apple Silicon.

Microsoft's forthcoming Outlook for Mac should boost WFH

Microsoft's forthcoming Outlook for Mac should boost WFH

October's release of Microsoft Outlook for Mac adds new tools and features for Mac users in Outlook-based enterprises.

Apple’s Tim Cook shares his company's WFH experience

Apple’s Tim Cook shares his company's WFH experience

“I don't believe that we will return to the way we were," says the CEO of one of world's most successful companies.

iOS 14: What’s new for enterprise IT?

iOS 14: What’s new for enterprise IT?

Apple has introduced numerous enhancements for IT, including new tools MDM vendors can exploit.

Why you need Apple support to secure the C-suite

Why you need Apple support to secure the C-suite

Even in enterprises that don't officially support Apple, you'll probably find a few Macs and iPads in the C-suite.

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