Apple's new mobile OS is now available, and IT managers need to know how to handle its new features. We examine what the leading Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) vendors have to offer on the subject.
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This week's Google Chrome update added some significant new features to its Windows 8 mode, effectively turning the browser into a stripped-down version of Chrome OS, with its own taskbar and window-management tools. But who's it for, really?
The recent edition of MacTech magazine offers a closeup look at new features added to the command-line tool fdsetup to manage FileVault 2 in OS X Mavericks. This offers many useful capabilities for Mac managers.
Mobile device/application management vendor updates its on-premise Windows-based solution to accommodate business features in Apple's upcoming mobile OS refresh.
NComputing combines OS virtualization, access virtualization, and management technology to simplify VDI and offer support for today's intelligent devices.
Microsoft is adding incremental management, networking and security features to the Windows 8.1 'Blue' update, hoping to convince more business users to take a look at its latest OS release.
Microsoft has updated its cloud-hosted management platform with expanded OS support and direct (EAS-free) management of a range of mobile devices. It can also integrate with the on-premises System Center 2012.
The windowing scheme in OS X hasn't changed much in 10 years and frankly, leaves a lot to be desired - especially for users migrating from Windows. Luckily, third-party apps can help fill the gap.
Dell Kace upgrades management appliance to support multiple operating systems in order to alleviate some IT woes.
Following this week's LinkedIn password disaster, Mac users are naturally worried about their passwords and not just for their LinkedIn accounts. What if you used a password in another place? It could happen! There are ways to investigate your passwords in Mac OS X's Keychain Access utility and with popular third-party password management tools. However, some of this investigating can be difficult.
Adobe has updated its flagship suite of creative tools, bringing new features and updates to key applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign and Premiere Pro, and introducing Creative Cloud. Here's ZDNet UK's guide to CS6
Coyote Point decided that their application delivery servers needed a better foundation to improve connectivity, security, management tools, acceleration and availability. Future products will be based upon EQ/OS 10.
Jean-Louis Gassee says it's good that Apple chose Steve Jobs' NeXT OS over his Be OS in 1996. He couldn't stand Apple management at the time.
At a Churchill Club event in San Jose, Calif., Jean-Louis Gassée discusses why Apple chose Steve Jobs NeXTSTEP OS over Gassée's Be OS. In hindsight, Gassée says, "Thank god that didn't happen, because I hated Apple's management."
But it might be the only OS with the patent to do pens the right way…One of the highlights of Adobe's MAX developer conference this year was Photoshop Touch; a tablet application, initially for Android but coming soon for iPad, that's a real application with powerful features. Equally interesting was the device Adobe was demonstrating it on - a prototype Samsung Galaxy Tab with the kind of pressure-sensitive Wacom pen that's been in Tablet PCs for years.
Google has updated its Chrome operating system to include several enterprise-friendly features, such as VPN and secure Wi-Fi support.The updated Chrome OS, announced in a blog post on Wednesday by Chrome for Business group product manager Rajen Sheth, also allows Chromebook users to access virtualised desktop applications such as Photoshop, thanks to a tie-in with Citrix.
An interesting piece over on TechRepublic by Jack Wallen got me thinking about Linux and DRM (Digital Rights Management) - could the two ever coexist peacefully or will heavy-handedness from big corporations and fanboy prejudices work to keep the OS away from the masses?
In a concession to growing marketshare for the Macintosh operating system, power management software company Verdiem has extended its flagship product to support the OS with Surveyor 5.5.
The release candidate of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 has been made available to select testing partners ahead of the product's final release later in the year the company announced on its blog on Monday.The newest iteration of the open source OS will offer a number of improvements over previous versions including more efficient power management, better networking —including comprehensive IPv6 support.
With multitasking, task switching, task management, threaded e-mail and more, Apple's latest mobile OS breathes new life into your old iPhone.