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Jonny Evans

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Why you must remember to update T&Cs in Apple Business Manager - Computerworld

Apple frequently requests its customers approve new terms and conditions (T&Cs) when major OS updates are introduced.
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How to use Emergency SOS via satellite on iPhone 14 - Computerworld

Apple has made a demo mode so iPhone 14 users in the US and Canada can try out satellite calling on their smartphone today. It’s slated to be available in Germany, France, Ireland and the UK in December.
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JumpCloud brings Remote Access to cross-platform teams - Computerworld

JumpCloud Product Manager Tom Bridge talked about Apple’s growing status in enterprise IT, and how remote access can drive the multi-platform world of hybrid work.
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How the new Matter standard could unleash innovation in IoT - Compu...

“Matter is for consumers who want systems that just work, and for innovative enterprises who need a robust system on which to innovate. With a little luck it will open this industry,” says Tobin Richardson, president and CEO of the Connectivity Standards Alliance.
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7+ ways macOS Ventura will make you more productive - Computerworld

Here’s a collection of the most useful productivity-enhancing improvements in macOS Ventura, which is due to arrive next week.
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Get ready for the next big thing in Macs and the iPad Pro - Compute...

Businesses plotting investment in new Macs or iPads should delay the spend for just a few weeks more as Apple’s refresh announcements are imminent.
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Yes, you can outsource hybrid workplace disruption - Computerworld

The Apple-in-the-enterprise space has begun to create opportunities for companies willing to look for smart answers to emerging pain points around the future of work.

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How Apple Car could become the future car-as-a-service - Computerworld

A subscription is likely to be a key component of Apple’s’ go-to-market strategy for the Apple Car.
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Is Apple preparing its big idea for digital health? - Computerworld

Apple may be about to make it much cheaper to get hold of an Apple Watch. Why would it do this unless it has a bigger plan in place?
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Apple wasn’t fooling when it said it wanted to make Macs more secur...

“We have a level of malware on the Mac that we don’t find acceptable,” Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi said last year. He meant it....
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10 lesser-known iOS 16 features to make work easier - Computerworld

Apple has allegedly finished development on iOS 16 as it prepares for what we think will be the iPhone 14 launch event on Sept. 7. Here are 10 small improvements that will boost your workflow.
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What is USB Restricted Mode in macOS Ventura, and why do you want i...

Beginning with macOS Ventura, a new layer of protection provides a little reassurance for enterprise IT against USB device-carried attacks.
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Review: Apple’s M2 MacBook Air - Computerworld

The M2 MacBook Air’s fanless design, battery life, and clear bright screen — along with its impressive performance per watt — makes for a machine you’ll use productively for years.
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In the new workplace, all we want is a chance to Flow and grow - Co...

Flow Club is an unusually effective attempt at online virtual co-working that aims to power productivity for remote workforces.
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Apple's Universal Control delivers big productivity benefits - Comp...

I already feel as if I’ve been using Universal Control forever; it’s made my Mac, iPad workplace set up far more useful and coherent.