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IT admins want one, and only one, Windows 10 upgrade annually

Though they question how Microsoft has cut the number of yearly Windows 10 refreshes, for admins it's clearly a case of less is more.

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Maybe it’s therapeutic

As for pilot fish, very little shocks them.

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What is the Nvidia-Arm merger? Here's how it affects the tech industry

Just about a week ago, Nvidia announced its $40 billion deal to acquire Arm from its current owner SoftBank. This deal would be the biggest by dollar value in the semiconductor industry, but it’s not without regulatory challenges....

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iOS 14: What’s new for enterprise IT?

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

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The Nvidia-Arm merger could change how we work

With Arm dominant in mobile devices and IoT, and Nvidia dominant in both graphics and AI training, the deal could re-shape everything from mobile security to video collaboration.

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Foldable smartphones are important, even if you never get one

With smartphone sales soft this year in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, innovation matters more than ever.

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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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Windows 10 upgrades are rarely useful, say IT admins

A majority of admins surveyed this summer say Microsoft's oft ballyhooed twice-a-year upgrades for Windows 10 aren't really worth the hassle.

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There’s something in the iPad Air for enterprise IT

Will the new A14 Bionic chip appear in future Macs? And how much more performance can Apple tweak from the 5nm design?

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Wayback Wednesday: A little too literal-minded

But you DID demo it that way.

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Apple and the future of work

We’ve learned a lot during the pandemic: remote working can be productive and multi-cloud, multi-platform environments are mandatory.

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And the motherboard slipped right out

It’s a whole new category of PC abuse.

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Nvidia's $40B deal for Arm could affect Apple

Nvidia agreed to pay Arm's current owner, SoftBank Group, $12 billion in cash and $21.5 billion in stock, along with other payments for the chip design firm.

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A fat Windows Update for September's Patch Tuesday

Microsoft released 129 updates to its Windows ecosystem this month. The good news: we are not dealing with any zero-days or publicly reported vulnerabilities.

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Pro tip: Sock away a clean copy of Windows 10 (2004)

It looks like Microsoft will release the next version of Windows 10 – version 20H2 – sometime in the next couple of weeks. Now would be a good time to squirrel away an official, clean copy of Win10 version 2004, even if you don't ever...

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How Jamf plans to let Microsoft Endpoint manage enterprise iPhones

A new solution due out soon will allow IT to use Microsoft Endpoint Manager to manage iOS devices as well as Macs.

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Beaucoup bugs beset this month’s Windows patches

July and August had relatively stable Patch Tuesdays. Not so, this month. Here’s the tip of the iceberg – the bugs that cropped up within a day of release.

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Wayback Wednesday: You can’t blame marketing this time

Brute force is rarely a good idea in computing.

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