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WSJ leaks Apple’s digital healthcare plan

Apple has been working to develop its own subscription-based healthcare service, but the effort may have stalled, report claims.

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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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Download: EMM/UEM vendor comparison chart 2021

As enterprise mobility management (EMM) platforms continue their evolution into unified endpoint management (UEM), our chart lets you quickly compare features and functions from eight top vendors.

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Enterprise mobility 2021: UEM becomes key to the hybrid workplace

As companies embrace flexible work models, unified endpoint management can help IT departments manage all kinds of devices used in the office, at home, and out in the world.

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WWDC: What's new for App Clips in ARKit 5

Apple has updated App Clips with new features that make these things quite useful for many B2C and B2B enterprises.

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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Google's 15 funniest flip-flops with Android, Chrome OS, and beyond

From Android to Chrome OS and other associated services, has any other company created as much back-and-forth change as Google?

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The smart worker's guide to using a Chromebook offline

Chrome OS may be cloud-centric at its core, but you can get plenty accomplished offline on a Chromebook — if you set things up thoughtfully in advance.

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Note to IT: Google really wants its privacy settings left alone

It's deeply unsurprising that newly-released information from the Attorney General's office for Arizona — released when a judge agreed to unseal some of the data — shows Google trying to hide privacy settings and tracking users after...

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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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When is a cybersecurity hole not a hole? Never

In cybersecurity, one of the challenging issues is figuring out when a security hole is a big deal or is trivial. Apple now has a hole that pushes the definition.

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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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10 helpful iPhone tips to use at work

These tips should help you save a little time as we explore the future of work.

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A sanity-saving typing trick for Gboard on Android

Grant yourself superhuman summoning powers and give your Android typing experience the extra jolt of efficiency it's been missing.

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Android versions: A living history from 1.0 to 12

Explore Android's ongoing evolution with this visual timeline of versions, starting B.C. (Before Cupcake) and going all the way to 2021's Android 12 release.

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Apple's Mac security warning shows that closed beats open

Apple’s software engineering chief Craig Federighi recently said Macs aren’t yet as secure as iOS devices — should we be worried?

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