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Mozilla launches email for Android devices

The Mozilla Foundation unveiled a Thunderbird-style email client for Android mobile devices called K-9 Mobile. The developer team is also evaluating the idea of an iOS version.

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Note to IT: Apple's upcoming public betas can be your friend

The public betas for Apple's iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 (Ventura) will be released in July. What's an IT desk to do with eager would-be beta testers? Use them to your advantage.

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Bitrise announces virtualized Apple Silicon M1 CI/CD dev environment

Developers working on complex enterprise apps who need to more easily develop around both Intel and Apple Silicon platforms will welcome this new option.

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Windows 11 22H2 goes gold; expected to ship later this year

Microsoft announced what's likely the shipping version for Windows 11 22H2, now available through its Insider channel, enabling IT shops to test it on qualified systems before it ships later this year. The company is also offering...

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WWDC 22: What Apple's big plans mean for business

From major changes to iPadOS to tweaks and updates to iOS 16 and macOs Ventura — and even new laptops — here's a look at some of the changes Apple unveiled Monday that could most affect business.

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WWDC22: Apple brings declarative device management to the Mac?

Apple first introduced declarative device management for MDM systems managing iPads and iPhones at WWDC in 2021.

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5+ things to watch for at WWDC 22

It’s a given that Apple will discuss improvements in all its operating systems. What else should enterprise IT watch for at WWDC?

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Google’s open-source security move may be pointless. In a perfect world, it should be.

Given that one of the uglier threats to enterprise cybersecurity involves re-purposed third-party code and open-source code, you might think that Google addressing the issue would be a big help. Think again.

Customer obsession begins with owning the customer’s problem

Intuit has built a $10 billion business by designing for simplicity and embracing customer feedback

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No degree? No problem. Tech firms move away from college requirement for new hires

With a 2% unemployment rate, the tech industry is rethinking what job applicants need to get hired. Skills-based hiring is on the rise, and 59% of employers are considering eliminating college degree requirements — changes that could...

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Low-code tools can fill a void caused by the Great Resignation

With a dearth of skilled developers, more organizations are turning to low-code software development so enterprise users with little formal coding experience can build business apps. But the results aren't always the highest quality....

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Does Apple plan an Apple Pay surprise as Tap to Pay hits beta?

iOS 15.4 enabled the iPhone Tap to Pay API so payment providers could climb aboard in time for spring launch.

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Apple-friendly iDrive pushes price to build S3 service for SMBs

iDrive's e2 service pitches S3-compatible storage at a low price, as the company seeks to build its pitch in a rapidly accelerating cloud computing market.

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Microsoft to kill Patch Tuesday for some enterprise users

The company plans to launch its Windows Autopatch service for enterprise users with Windows 10 or Windows 11 Enterprise E3 licenses; it will continuously deploy patches, eliminating the need for admins to manually deploy them.

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WWDC: It's all about the Four Ps — performance, parity, platforms, and partnership

Apple's pro users and developers will be looking for a lot at this year's WWDC when it rolls around in June.

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WWDC: Apple's call to code and the no-code future

What’s a giant US corporation to do when there really aren’t enough developers on the planet to build all the things we need?

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Atlassian adds 'Compass' and 'Atlas' for devs, collaboration teams

At its Atlassian ’22 event, the company said it wants to improve transparency and efficiency for users with its latest software development and collaboration platform updates.

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What will, might and could happen at Apple's hybrid WWDC event

Themed as ‘Call to Code,' Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will be held online for the third time since the pandemic began.

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