Jonny Evans

Hello, and thanks for dropping in. I'm pleased to meet you. My name is Jonny Evans. I'm a freelancer who has been writing (mainly about Apple) since 1999. These days I write my daily Apple Holic blog at Computerworld.com, where I try to deliver sometimes interesting, sometimes provocative insights into what Cupertino is doing. I try to write something worth reading. You can also keep up with my work at AppleMust.

Apple's Mac security warning shows that closed beats open

Apple's Mac security warning shows that closed beats open

Apple’s software engineering chief Craig Federighi recently said Macs aren’t yet as secure as iOS devices — should we be worried?

Accessibility takes a magic leap with Apple Watch gesture control

Accessibility takes a magic leap with Apple Watch gesture control

Apple offered up a series of announcements to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day, including thought-provoking gesture controls for Apple Watch.

How to make Zoom better with automated meeting transcriptions

How to make Zoom better with automated meeting transcriptions

Otter offers a useful tool that creates transcriptions colleagues can comment on while you speak (and they can be accessed and shared after a meeting has ended).

6 lessons Apple retail taught the industry in 2001

6 lessons Apple retail taught the industry in 2001

Apple became one of the world's most successful retailers soon after opening its first retail store in 2001. Why?

Cloud-based thin-client Macs become a reality

Cloud-based thin-client Macs become a reality

Teradici and MacStadium will offer Mac-as-a-service for high-performance tasks.

WWDC 2021 is coming, and we know very little about it

WWDC 2021 is coming, and we know very little about it

Apple's software teams are keeping pretty quiet as WWDC 2021 comes around. What might they be working on?

Social engineering, fake App Stores, hit iOS, Sophos warns

Social engineering, fake App Stores, hit iOS, Sophos warns

Sophos spots a highly sophisticated series of attacks that illustrate some of the most common ways to attack iOS.

Jamf adds zero trust security to the Apple enterprise

Jamf adds zero trust security to the Apple enterprise

Jamf is buying Zero Trust Network Access firm Wandera as it moves to enhance what it can offer Apple enterprise customers.

Enterprises need to get smart about iOS security

Enterprises need to get smart about iOS security

Recently disclosed data concerning one Apple platform attack proves how sophisticated hackers are becoming. You must harden device security.

How to make Apple's Mail deliver more productivity

How to make Apple's Mail deliver more productivity

You can use Rules in Mail to automate tasks and help you focus on getting more work done.

Apple, EarthLink, and the digital transformation of everything

Apple, EarthLink, and the digital transformation of everything

Can you imagine life without the internet? Yet, in 1998 when Apple introduced the iMac....

10+ Microsoft Teams tips for Mac users

10+ Microsoft Teams tips for Mac users

A growing army of Mac users needs to learn how to get work done in Microsoft Teams.

With Apple's Claris, digital transformation goes to school

With Apple's Claris, digital transformation goes to school

Claris Connect is a powerful new student information integration system that enables powerful digital workflows for educators.

The Epic/Apple battle shows how execs think about their business

The Epic/Apple battle shows how execs think about their business

Apple’s internal emails are perhaps the only interesting thing to emerge from Epic’s assault against the App Store.

Apple’s big iPhone 12 deal with Delta shows a path to AR

Apple’s big iPhone 12 deal with Delta shows a path to AR

The augmented enterprise is the focal point for Apple and AR.

Apple confirms the hybrid workplace is here to stay

Apple confirms the hybrid workplace is here to stay

"It would seem that work from home and the productivity of working from home will remain very critical," said Apple CEO Tim Cook.

How long until Apple boots apps from its stores for privacy issues?

How long until Apple boots apps from its stores for privacy issues?

Now that Apple has made its privacy protections more robust, it's inevitable it will begin to enforce them.

Why enterprises must install the latest macOS software patch

Why enterprises must install the latest macOS software patch

The latest version of Apple's desktop OS, macOS Big Sur 11.3, protects Macs against a serious software vulnerability that places data at risk.

iOS 15: Playing the expectations game

iOS 15: Playing the expectations game

With iOS 14.5 about to drop and WWDC 2021 just around the corner, what is the speculation concerning iOS 15?

Microsoft ships Office 2021 preview for Mac

Microsoft ships Office 2021 preview for Mac

Microsoft has made a couple of important announcements for Mac- and iOS-using enterprises.

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