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Tips for new tech devices

Tips, tricks, apps and advice for getting the most out of iPhones and iPads, Android devices, Macs, Windows 10 and 11 PCs, and Chromebooks.

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How Apple's iCloud Private Relay supports enterprise VPN

Apple's iCloud Private Relay is compatible with enterprise security policies, including VPN and proxy server prohibition.

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Privacy-centric DuckDuckGo to release Mac desktop browser

DuckDuckGo said its new desktop browser app will act much like its mobile app, allowing users to perform internet searches without tracking or installing cookies on Apple devices. The company claimed the browser is cleaner, more...

Mac enrollment simplified: Apple Configurator comes to iOS

The new iPhone version of Apple Configurator makes configuring and enrolling Macs as easy as setting up an Apple Watch.

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8+ useful tips for Notes on iPhone, iPad, Mac

You're likely juggling typical end-of-the-year business tasks, endless holiday season lists, and a pandemic. So you probably need to make Notes work for you better.

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2021 — the year Apple became a big player in enterprise tech

In a few years' time, when peering back through the coronavirus fog, we’ll fully understand that 2021 is the year Apple truly entered the enterprise.

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Why Apple may be planning life after Arm

With Nvidia's Arm acquisition seemingly unlikely to succeed, what will Apple do?

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How to use FileVault to protect business data on Macs

If you use Macs for business, you should be familiar with FileVault. Apple’s built-in disk encryption system for macOS can help protect corporate data.

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What's needed to consolidate Apple’s enterprise gains?

Apple's recent moves show it wants to consolidate its place in the enterprise.

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What the media doesn't say about Apple

There’s a real lack of nuance in so much Apple reporting.

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Apple pulls no punches in lawsuit against 'amoral' NSO Group

Apple calls NSO Group "21st century mercenaries who have created highly sophisticated cyber-surveillance machinery that invites routine and flagrant abuse."

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Will Windows come to M1 Macs soon?

It looks a little more likely you may soon be able to run Windows on M-series Macs, as a deal between Microsoft and Qualcomm is allegedly about to expire.

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FileMaker Pro now supports Siri Shortcuts on Mac, iPhone, iPad

FileMaker Pro’s embrace of Apple’s Shortcuts app is a big step toward low-code business automation and deployment.

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With latest Safari preview release, Apple tweaks ProMotion scrolling issue

Apple's new MacBook Pro laptops offer a 120Hz screen refresh rate via ProMotion, but new owners complained Safari wasn't using the new display feature.

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Jamf CEO welcomes Apple Business Essentials

“When Apple innovates, Jamf celebrates,” Jamf CEO, Dean Hager told me following the introduction of Apple Business Essentials.

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Apple’s message for everyone: Keep up

With the arrival of new Macbook Pros running the latest Apple Silicon, Apple has a message for chipmakers, developers and IT admins. It's a company on the move in more ways than one.

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Apple introduces Business Essentials service for SMBs

Apple Business Essentials offers small and midsized companies iCloud+ for Work, 24/7 Apple support, device, application, and user management among other services

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Review: The new 16-in. MacBook Pro is Apple to the core

The new 16-in. MacBook Pro is a major step forward for Apple’s hardware platform and brings together all the benefits of its overall computing vision.

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