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Box debuts new iOS app, Cook has 'fireside chat' at BoxWorks

09/29, 3:14pm

Cloud storage company announces alternative camera app for secure shoots

Enterprise-focused cloud storage company Box kicked off its BoxWorks 2015 conference with a pre-keynote chat with Apple CEO Tim Cook before announcing a new, iOS-only app called Box Capture that works as a substitute for Apple's own Camera app by automatically sending snapped images securely to private Box storage for team members, who can comment on the images directly. Cook focused his "fireside chat" with Box CEO Aaron Levie mostly on enterprise topics.


Apple updates OS X Server with major fixes, tweaks iAd Producer

09/22, 7:03pm

Updated for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan, both updates address notable bugs

Yesterday, Apple released its delayed watchOS 2 update -- but more quietly updated two of its workhorse programs to address some significant flaws. The company issued OS X Server 5.0.4, which addressed a serious flaw in 5.0.3 that broke most web-related services, while iAd Producer 5.1 fixes an issue where part of an ad could be displayed in the opposite orientation to what was intended. Both programs have recently seen major 5.0 versions, with Monday's updates addressing issues discovered since then.


Employee time tracking service firm Replicon launches iOS app

09/15, 12:12pm

App integration allows for photo, GPS monitoring of employee check-ins

Replicon, the leading provider of time asset management solutions, today announced that it will deliver iOS-based business applications. Replicon has also unveiled a new mobile application in the App Store, which helps businesses of all sizes book time off, approve time sheets, time off requests and expenses, and transfer data to payroll for instant processing.


RocketStor 6414 series of external SAS RAID storage arrays debuts

09/15, 9:11am

Four-bay solution provides up to 32TB of storage, with provided SAS PCI-E card

Today, storage solutions vendor HighPoint has released the RocketStor 6414 series four-bay External SAS Turnkey Solution. The array supports up to 32TB of SAS or SATA storage,and features an external 6Gb/s Mini-SAS port, and four removable hot-swap bays, which support any 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch enterprise class SATA or SAS storage media.


BlackBerry pays $425M in cash to acquire Good Technology

09/04, 1:48pm

Acquisition helps BlackBerry bolster cross-platform enterprise services

BlackBerry has attempted to bolster its enterprise services, by acquiring a competitor in the mobile security business. Good Technology is being bought by the mobile phone producer for $425 million in cash, with the purchase expected to help Blackberry shore up its own enterprise messaging and security platform by using Good's knowledge of iOS, Windows, and Android management and applications security.


Apple partners with Cisco for iOS network, comm optimizations [u]

08/31, 2:38pm

Collaborative effort aims to make work to mobile phone transition seamless

[Update: Cook's surprise appearance at sales conference added] Apple and Cisco today announced a partnership to optimize Cisco networks for iOS devices and apps. The pair's first effort integrates the iPhone with Cisco enterprise environments for collaboration in business, with the goal of providing employees with a seamless experience between iPhone and their desk phone. In addition, Apple CEO Tim Cook stunned the 20,000 attendees at Cisco's annual sales conference with a surprise appearance to discuss the announcement.


SSD data recovery, secure erase standards group formed

08/25, 2:40pm

Problem troublesome in data centers, other enterprise SSD deployments

The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) and its Solid State Storage Initiative (SSSI) have announced the formation of a new Data Recovery and Erase Special Interest Group (DR/E SIG) to accelerate awareness and adoption of recovery technology in the solid state storage marketplace. The first meetings, held earlier in August, brought together manufacturers as well as data recovery specialists, to hammer out a charter and a path for the group to standardize techniques, technologies, and best practices for SSD recovery and erasure, previously unique to each manufacturer.


Briefly: sixth Xcode 7 beta, Cook to speak at BoxWorks conference

08/24, 8:15pm

New beta includes support for latest iOS 9, OS X 10.11, watchOS 2 betas

On Monday, Apple alerted developers that a new beta of Xcode 7 was now available, the sixth beta of the IDE program. The new build, 7A192o, includes an XCTest user interface testing tool, and fixes issues with watchOS app installation protocols and Xcode source control management. The beta also updates its support for forthcoming iOS, watchOS and OS X versions and the latest betas of same.


HighPoint launches 16-drive NA338TB rack-mounted Mac mini solution

08/21, 8:46am

Drive array takes up to 16 3.5-inch drives, three PCI-E cards

HighPoint technologies has launched a Mac mini server chassis -- the HighPoint NA338TB 16-Bay, Ultra-Compact Storage and PCIe Expansion Rackmount Solution. The NA338TB features a removable rear panel that can accommodate a complete Mac mini system, and -- with expansion card -- a 16-drive RAID in 0, 5, and 50 storage configurations.


Briefly: More Flyover locations revealed, Skype for Business previewed

08/12, 7:02am

Apple adds 20 more Flyover locations to Maps

Apple has added more locations to its Flyover feature in Apple Maps, for the second time this summer. The feature, which provides a visual overview of a city combining aerial photography with 3D data, now includes 20 more cities and sites for users to view in both the iOS and OS X versions of Maps, with the collection primarily including areas of Europe, as well as Mexico and Japan.


IBM rolls out JAMF Casper-derived enterprise Mac management suite

08/05, 10:53am

Initiative in place internally at IBM for some time, now publicly available

IBM has announced a series of new cloud-based IT services to help clients quickly, easily and securely integrate Macs with enterprise systems and applications. This new offering is an enhancement to IBM's MobileFirst services portfolio. It complements existing IBM enterprise services supporting iOS devices, including iPad and iPhone, creating a comprehensive suite of services for enterprise deployment and management of Apple products.


Seagate and Micron roll out SAS SSD with up to 1800MB/s speeds

08/04, 9:19am

Enterprise-class drive intended for enterprise, data centers

Storage company Seagate and Micron Technology have released the first product from the strategic alliance the pair forged in February. Available today for enterprise customers is the 1200.2 Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) Solid State Drive (SSD) available in up to 4TB in a 2.5-inch size.


Briefly: Cook in Istanbul, IBM to order up to 200,000 MacBooks

08/03, 12:09pm

Apple CEO greets visitors to celebrate debut of Apple Watch in Turkey

Over the weekend, Apple CEO Tim Cook took a surprise visit to Turkey on Saturday to be present at the two Apple Stores in the country's largest city, Istanbul, to celebrate the arrival of the Apple Watch to the country. The Apple Watch Sport starts at 1,249 Turkish Lira (TRY), which translates to about $450 US at the current exchange rate. The company now has two stores in Istanbul, a flagship store at the Zorlu Center mall, and another at the Akasya Shopping Center.


Hands On: Microsoft Excel 2016 v15.11.2 (OS X)

07/29, 2:20pm

Hugely-recommended overhaul, but few new features

It's no longer enough for Microsoft to add the odd new feature and scrub up the appearance of an app: the world has moved on, not least in that we now call them all "apps" instead of "applications." With Office 2016 now available to Office 365 users (if their companies have enabled it, or if they sign up themselves), our attention did go first to the new version of Microsoft Word. Office for Mac really contains four major applications (and OneNote, which we'll call a minor one) though, and while we personally might lump PowerPoint and Outlook together into the guest-cast category, Microsoft Excel 2016 15.11.2 is definitely a star of the show.


CudaLaunch gives iOS users VPN access through Barracuda NG firewalls

07/22, 11:49am

App available for both Android, iOS; allows access through enterprise firewall

Barracuda has today announced the release of CudaLaunch, an application for both iOS and Android devices that provides mobile workers secure and remote access to an organization's private cloud applications and networks through the widely-used Barracuda NG Firewall. The application is designed for both mobile workers and IT administrators, with end-user features for productivity, as well as management features for administrators.


Apple, IBM unveil another 10 enterprise apps

07/21, 1:19pm

MobileFirst for iOS partnership now offers 32 vertical apps

The partnership between Apple and IBM that targets the enterprise sector continues a steady stream of new app releases, with 10 more announced on Tuesday that brings the total of the year-old partnership to 32 apps for specific industries. The latest batch include apps designed for managers, business travelers, the mortgage industry, government inspectors, and field technicians and professionals, among others.


Parallels brings OS X support to Microsoft SCCM PC mass-admin tool

07/14, 11:43am

Thousands of Macs can be managed from central software server

Parallels today unveiled Parallels Mac Management 4.0 for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), which extends Microsoft SCCM functionality to manage and control Mac computers. The new version of Parallels Mac Management adds the capability for IT administrators to create OS X images which can be customized via Microsoft SCCM, or deploy a single OS X image to all users universally.


Canon extends ImageRunner range with two enterprise printers

07/09, 9:45am

ImageRunner Advance C350P, 1435P offer high capacity prints, small footprint

Canon has added two more enterprise-focused printers to its ImageRunner and ImageRunner Advance lineup. The color ImageRunner Advance C350P and the black-and-white ImageRunner 1435P both take up a small footprint in an office, have high-capacity toner bottles, can be easily integrated into managed document services, and while they both have separate drum and toner-based print engines, they share consumables with others in the range to help minimize support costs.


Cisco launches bid to buy OpenDNS for $635 million

07/01, 2:04pm

Deal expected to close in 1Q 2016 after regulatory approvals are met

Today, Cisco announced its intent to acquire OpenDNS, a privately-held security company based in San Francisco. OpenDNS provides advanced threat protection through domain name system extension, adding phishing protection and content filtering to the vital service. The acquisition is expected to close in the first quarter of fiscal year 2016, subject to customary closing conditions.


Ricoh unveils small-format 11x17 black and white LED printer

07/01, 1:23pm

New printer brings A3-sized printing to a desktop-size printer

Ricoh today introduced a new compact black-and-white LED printer that brings paper handling up to 11x17 inches to small businesses and enterprise. The new Ricoh SP 6430DN printer produces up to 38 pages per minute using Ricoh's new LED imaging technology, which delivers 1200x1200 dpi resolution.


Samsung, Red Hat team up for mobile enterprise deployment

06/23, 4:48pm

Partnership will build developer resources, materials for mobile migration

Linux provider Red Hat and Samsung Electronics America today announced a strategic alliance to deliver the next generation of mobile solutions for the enterprise. The partnership will fuse Samsung's mobile device portfolio with Red Hat's open source middleware, mobile and cloud technologies to deliver mobile solutions that enable rapid development and integration of enterprise applications for organizations.


Epson adds stereo cameras to Moverio Pro BT-2000 smart glasses

06/23, 8:28am

Dual 5MP cameras in Moverio Pro BT-2000 headset provides depth sensing

Epson is continuing to work on its own attempt at Google Glass-style eyewear, with an update to its Moverio headset. The Moverio Pro BT-2000 improves upon last year's model, with the device now including a five-megapixel stereo camera with depth sensing, as well as a new inertial measurement unit, allowing the headset to create more accurate augmented reality images than earlier models were capable of.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 19: Succumb to the Beats surrender

06/15, 10:30pm

Not just the betas, but what's going on behind them, plus Oculus Rift VR

WWDC has come and gone for another year, and with it a plethora of new announcements and betas. Despite our fairly abysmal "wild guess" record, we did come up 90 percent right on our list of things we "knew" would happen (Tim Cook skipped his usual run-through of how great Apple is doing just to spite us). This time, we look at what actually happened at WWDC, in the larger tech industry, Apple Music, and what it all might mean.


Reuters: BlackBerry may produce Android-based smartphones

06/12, 7:29am

Report claims BlackBerry considering switch to alternative mobile operating system

The next smartphone from BlackBerry may not run on BB OS, switching out the operating system for Android. Reuters claims the manufacturer is contemplating switching over to producing Android devices because of the extremely low adoption rate of current BlackBerry devices compared to other popular smartphones on the market, and will form part of a change in focus for the company towards being a software-driven entity.


Sony CEO: Apple Music service 'happening tomorrow'

06/07, 2:25pm

Doug Morris confirms Apple streaming music debut at WWDC in Cannes interview

As with the expected announcement of Apple Pay expansion into other countries, another likely reveal during tomorrow's keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference has been said to be a revamping and re-branding of Apple's various streaming music services. Today at the Cannes Music Industry festival, Sony Music CEO Doug Morris was interviewed on stage, and when the subject of Apple's streaming music service came up, Morris responded, "it's happening tomorrow."


Bookindy Chrome Extension adds local UK bookshops to Amazon listings

06/06, 11:21am

Amazon UK users can order books from local shops for pickup or delivery

It's certainly possible to buy books from independently-owned shops through Amazon, but these businesses have registered to sell their stock on Amazon's platform, a sometimes-contentious act that has resulted in some bullying by the online retailer. Just as an Amazon app allows shoppers to scan a barcode in a brick-and-mortar bookstore and order that book online, a new Chrome plug-in, Bookindy, adds local shop options to Amazon's listings to give a shopper the option to support a local, independently-owned business, while using Amazon to "showroom" the product.


Briefly: IBM welcomes Macs; GM adding CarPlay, Android Auto to Chevy

06/03, 5:26pm

IBM allows works to select Mac notebooks as workstation options

Only a few months into the program, The Apple and IBM enterprise alliance has already scored one major client, a company that could become the world's largest Mac-supporting business outside of Apple itself: IBM. Big Blue last week decided to practice what it preaches, and embrace the changes that have come about in corporate workplaces since the introduction of the "Bring Your Own Device" movement. A new memo announced that workers could opt for a MacBook Pro or Air when updating or getting a new workstation device.


Apple Watch: IBM MobileFirst for Watch; Bands now available separately

05/21, 12:00pm

Some enterprise-level apps from Apple, IBM now offer Apple Watch support

On Thursday, Apple updated its enterprise app solutions web page to announce updates to some of the MobileFirst for iOS apps, developed in partnership with IBM, to offer Apple Watch support. Three of the 22 current MobileFirst apps -- Field Connect, Incident Aware, and Hospital RN -- now include Apple Watch versions of the apps, with push notifications, iBeacon support, notifications, and weather conditions, among other information available to front-line workers.


FileMaker debuts version 14, celebrates 30th anniversary year

05/12, 10:55am

New version simplifies business automation, improves tablet browser experience

In parallel with the Apple spin-off's 30th anniversary of its flagship product, FileMaker on Tuesday announced Filemaker 14, its flagship database program for OS X, Windows, and iOS. New features in the update include a new Script Workspace to speed up common business processes, and also includes a redesigned WebDirect optimization for tablet browsers, a Launch Center for more app-like visual icons for FM-based programs, an enhanced iOS experience, and general speed and interface enhancements.


Amazon opens up business-oriented version of online store

04/28, 11:16am

Amazon Business includes industry-only products, corporate credit lines

Amazon is extending its existing business services, by offering a version of its store meant for corporate use. Amazon Business is similar to the normal consumer store, except it has been customized to show work-related products and product categories, is limited to business customers, and has a number of features made specifically with corporate customers in mind.


Apple, IBM expand partnership to enable HealthKit, ResearchKit aids

04/13, 5:51pm

Watson Health to provide analytics, secure cloud for medical app data

IBM and Apple, already in a partnership to service the enterprise sector, have announced an expansion of the deal that will see IBM utilizing its Health Cloud and Watson Health initiatives to support and secure data gathered or entered by users through apps using Apple's HealthKit and ResearchKit technologies. The partnership will work with the Watson Health business unit to offer developers a secure place to store gathered health data, and analytics to help researchers analyze it.


Apple Watch: Turlington Burns' blog, enterprise job hires

04/07, 6:55pm

Phone calls, taptic reminders focus of model-athlete's latest blog entry

Continuing her blog series documenting her use of the Apple Watch while training for the London Marathon, model and activist Christie Turlington Burns went outside of her training routine to discuss the role of the Apple Watch in her business and social life, up to and including taking some phone calls on the device, Dick Tracy-style. She also mentioned the "hey Siri" active listening function for quick messaging, and the devices' ability to be used as an airline boarding pass.


Apple, IBM debut eight new iOS apps for vertical markets

04/02, 11:43am

Heathcare, risk management, transportation, order management among new offerings

Continuing its partnership with Apple, IBM has launched eight new iOS-exclusive apps for its MobileFirst initiative covering a range of industries, including healthcare and enterprise management, airline travel, insurance risk management, and more. Since first partnering in July, the two companies have now produced more than 20 specialized apps, alongside hardware leasing initiatives, analytics, and AppleCare support.


Apple said to have bought FoundationDB super-fast database maker

03/25, 8:01am

May have plans to integrate services into iTunes, Apple TV, iCloud

A new report claims that Apple has purchased FoundationDB for an undisclosed sum. The company was best known for its NoSQL, ACID-compliant database software, which offered super-fast speeds that Apple may want to improve its database-related web services, ranging from Apple TV and iTunes in the Cloud to iCloud generally.


T-Mobile launches simplified business plans, fixed consumer contracts

03/18, 4:17pm

Flat rate per line introduced in T-Mobile Un-carrier for Business scheme

T-Mobile's latest Uncarrier event, teased with the statement "This one's a real piece of work," revealed new initiatives to help businesses, as well as individuals. A simplified price plan is being offered to companies with a few unexpected extras, while the carrier's consumer announcement involves paying the cost of devices for new customers transferring from elsewhere, as well as a major change to the way T-Mobile deals with contracts.


Adobe refreshes Acrobat, launches Document Cloud service

03/17, 11:26am

Adobe Document Cloud includes touch-enabled apps, file synchronization

Adobe is attempting to update the way documents are handled between users and devices, by launching a cloud-based service. Adobe Document Cloud is a collection of online services which can be used to manage various forms and other documents, with the entire system basing itself on the company's prevalent Adobe Acrobat software, refreshed and rebranded as Acrobat DC.


How 'appflows' reveal the true power of the iPad Air 2

03/04, 4:02am

iPad Air 2 and 'appflows' reveal the real power of Apple's post-PC paradigm

We recently had the opportunity to learn about how iPad Air 2 is being used in small business. There are several apps being used by small businesses on the iPad Air 2 to enable them to undertake tasks themselves, where they might otherwise outsource at considerable expense. We also looked at real-world case studies, where the same apps had been used to excellent effect. Perhaps the most interesting aspect was how a series of different apps could be used together to powerful effect. What we were really exploring could best be called app workflows, or "appflows," if one is looking for a catch phrase.


Apple, IBM reveal three more 'MobileFirst for iOS' enterprise apps

03/02, 2:09pm

Advisor Alerts, Passenger Care, Dynamic Buy added to MobileFirst for iOS collection

IBM and Apple have used their partnership to release three more iOS apps for enterprise, under the IBM MobileFirst for iOS initiative. The new apps, called Advisor Alerts, Passenger Care, and Dynamic Buy, will join the existing 11 apps already brought out under the partnership, with more enterprise-specific apps expected to launch in the coming years.


Silent Circle intros secure Blackphone 2, Blackphone Plus tablet

03/02, 10:08am

Second-gen phone improves enterprise integration

Privacy company Silent Circle has revealed the second-generation Blackphone and announced plans for a security-focused Blackphone Plus tablet. The Blackphone 2 features a range of hardware upgrades, but many business buyers will also welcome expanded support for enterprise mobile-device management systems, such as Citrix.


Android loses share to iOS in mobile enterprise arena

02/26, 10:08pm

Windows Phone holds steady at one percent; BlackBerry not counted in survey

The latest Good Technology Mobility Index Report on the mobile enterprise space, based on a survey of Good's customer base for its own enterprise-level email services, shows iOS gaining ground by taking away share from Android in calendar Q4 2014, with the former growing by four percentage points to hit 73 percent share of global enterprise activations. Android fell by the same amount to 25 percent, while Windows Phone held steady at one percent.


Google launches Android for Work with separate work, personal profiles

02/26, 7:19am

Work, personal data kept separate, Google Play for Work to help with IT management

Google is attempting to make Android more relevant to enterprise and business users, by launching Android for Work. The initiative centers around allowing employees to use the same device for business purposes as well as personal, with Android for Work keeping the profiles and data completely separate, theoretically improving security on mobile devices.


Briefly: Inbox reaches Google Apps for Work, new MTV apps in Europe

02/24, 6:44am

Google extends Inbox availability to Google Apps for Work users

Google is expanding the availability of its Inbox app to users of its Google Apps for Work service. The Google for Work blog advises that it is going to be sending out invitations to administrator accounts granting access to the Inbox early adopter program, allowing users to use the Inbox app to manage their work Gmail account.


Review: OmniPlan (OS X, iOS)

02/08, 12:15am

Use Omniplan to drive agendas, manage projects

We reviewed the Omni Group's most famous Mac software, a To Do app called OmniFocus, back in June 2014, and we were impressed. Some of us became converts, some of us became evangelists, some of us became outright bores about it. Yet even the most enthusiastic OmniFocus users among us readily agree that there are areas that the software is just not right for. What about OmniPlan? Does it fill in OmniFocus' weak points with a grander vision, or is it too different, too much, too big? We answer that question in our review.


Briefly: Magic Bullet Suite 12, SMTPit Pro 4.5.3 released

02/06, 8:42pm

Magic Bullet Suite 12 introduces Magic Bullet Film and many new features

The new version of Red Giant's Magic Bullet Suite for video editing includes updates for Magic Bullet Looks, Colorista III, Mojo, Cosmo and adds Magic Bullet Film. Denoiser II, which reduces "video noise," is still included in version 12, but hasn't received any significant updates. The new Magic Bullet Film takes digital footage, and runs it through a process that emulates the look of actual film, with 26 film stocks (positive and negative) to choose from. Magic Bullet Looks 3.0 had been updated, which lets the user color grade on their own parameters, or using one of over 120 presets based on popular films and television shows.


Specialist site publishes Mac survey of CAD, 3D design pros

02/02, 7:49pm

Architosh finds iMacs popular, need for more cores in Mac Pros

Some high-end professional vertical markets that have increasingly moved to the Mac platform in recent years are those of CAD users, 3D and visual effects artists, and other professional designers not normally associated with the "creative professional" tag, taking in everything from engineers to biomedical scientists. Mac advocacy site Architosh has recently run a survey of the industries, and found some surprising results.


Repatriation bill offers tax break for US return of foreign profits

01/30, 2:00am

Invest in Transportation Act seeks to raise money for US Highway fund

Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer from California and Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky have jointly announced a proposed bi-partisan bill titled the "Invest in Transportation Act of 2015" in Washington today. The bill would provide funds for the US Highway Trust Fund by encouraging the "repatriation" of funds held by US businesses overseas.


Amazon WorkMail seeks to replace Google, Microsoft corporate email

01/29, 1:05pm

WorkMail hosted on AWS, provides 50GB storage for each user for $4 per month

Amazon is taking on Google, Microsoft, and other suppliers of remote workplace communications, with its own corporate email service. Dubbed WorkMail, the service is claimed to be a "secure, managed business email and calendaring service," hosted in the cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS), and could be an easier and cheaper corporate email system to manage than current services like Exchange servers.


China to require backdoors, audits for foreign enterprise sales

01/29, 12:48am

Source code mandated to be made available for inspection, other onerous rules

At the end of last year, the Chinese government approved a 22-page set of regulations for the sale of computer equipment to Chinese banks, but that will ostensibly apply to all enterprise sales. The rules require foreign companies to turn over source code, submit to audits, and build "back doors" into hardware and software so that the government can monitor devices. The new rules are expected to be the first in a series to be introduced across the next few months.


Remote Desktop server v3.8 updated with Yosemite support, more

01/28, 5:43pm

Updated interface, Copy Items enhancements, fixes, improvements

On Wednesday, Apple updated its Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) server/administrator software to version 3.8, the first major upgrade in well over a year. The new version primarily spruces up the app for OS X Yosemite compatibility, including an updated interface. The program was last upgraded in October of 2013, largely for the same reason, but for Mavericks (though two minor updates were issued later). In addition to an interface overhaul to match Yosemite's design language, a number of enhancements and fixes are included.


Panasonic upgrades processor, battery life in Toughbook 31

01/26, 4:30pm

Rugged Toughbook 31 notebook lasts for up to 18 hours on single battery

Panasonic has made a few upgrades to its long-running and long-lasting Toughbook 31. The hard-wearing Windows notebook now uses a 5th-generation 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor, improved Intel HD Graphics 5500, expanded connectivity, and a bump to the battery life, but still manages to retain its rugged design and reliability.



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