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WWDC: How will Apple change iPadOS for pros?

Now that Apple has put a Mac chip inside the iPad Pro, how will it enhance the OS to make use of that power?

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An enterprise take on Apple’s Spring Loaded event

Apple’s Spring Loaded event offered food for thought for any enterprise, as the iPad Pro became an even more compelling PC replacement.

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iPad gains much-improved Microsoft Office app

Microsoft reads the zeitgeist with a welcome release for iPad-toting professionals that combines Word, PowerPoint and Excel inside an easy to manage experience.

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Review: iPad Air 2020 is a bundle of powerful joy

The iPad Air can handle almost every task you throw at it, making it absolutely the best all-round tablet in the Apple fleet.

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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.

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How Jamf fits into the enterprise device management landscape

Should you consider Jamf to manage your company’s Apple devices? Here’s what you need to know.

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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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Mobile workforce to reach 93.5M in U.S. by ‘24

Research firm IDC expects businesses to invest heavily in mobile devices as the pandemic increases remote working; 60% of the workforce will be mobile within four years.

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Adobe's iOS Lightroom crisis shows need for backup

Enterprise and personal users should backup often and verify new software before they install it.

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Post-COVID surveys (and evolving tech needs) suggest a coming change in PC/tablet design

The coronavirus pandemic has forced companies to change how employees do their jobs. It's also going to change the hardware they use.

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Essential iPad tips to help you work from home

This extensive collection of tips should help you become more productive when using your iPad to get work done.

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Can the iPad Pro replace the MacBook as an enterprise device?

On this episode of Today in Tech, Computerworld Executive Editor Ken Mingis and Macworld writer Michael Simon join Juliet to debate whether the iPad Pro is a practical enterprise device. (Short answer: It depends.) And Michael weighs...

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iOS 14: How to use widgets on iPad and iPhone

Apple's newly introduced Home screen widgets on iPads and iPhones could be useful to enterprise professionals.

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The Android hardware truth Google won't tell you

Google doesn't like to talk about it, but there's one type of Android hardware you really shouldn't be buying.

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How to use Apple’s iPad Magic Keyboard

Here's what you need to know to get the best out of Apple's new Magic Keyboard for iPad.

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Microsoft set to introduce a feature iPad users really need

Microsoft is about to deliver the most-requested feature for Word and PowerPoint on iPads – support for Split View.

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What Chrome OS needs to conquer next

Google's Chromebooks are constantly evolving and expanding in reach, but there's one tremendous opportunity still begging to be seized.

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Apple in the enterprise: What is Shared iPad for Business?

iPad OS now introduces support for an excellent feature called Shared iPad for Business. It could be a boon for enterprise users.

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