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  1. Microsoft is redesigning Outlook for Mac and Windows; changes look very similar to Outlook for iOS app

    Microsoft is working on a big redesign for its Outlook for Mac and Windows apps…

  2. Apple kills two-step authentication in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

    With iOS 11 and macOS 10.13 High Sierra, Apple no longer allows…

  3. Enterprise use of Apple Macs primed to expand ‘exponentially’

    MobileIron today introduced the latest edition of its MDM solution for enterprise IT…

  4. 711 million email accounts susceptible to largest-ever spambot; can bypass spam filters; Windows only, Macintosh unaffected

    A huge spambot ensnaring 711 million email accounts has been uncovered…

  5. Apple’s iOS dominates enterprise mobility, data shows

    Data scientists at Egnyte analysed 25 Petabytes of customer data and four million enterprise-related activities…

  6. IBM’s decision to push the Apple enterprise was incredibly smart

    The latest in a long line of key enterprise IT partnerships that put iPhone at the heart of the digital transformation of business…

  7. Apple and Accenture partner to create iOS business solutions

    Working together, the two companies will launch a new set of tools and services that help enterprise clients transform…

  8. Apple smartly embraces a multi-cloud future

    We can all see how Apple has just created a brilliant bridge to the future…

  9. Microsoft’s Windows Phone failure was easily preventable, but the company’s culture made it unavoidable

    How could Microsoft’s Windows Phone licensing business model stand a chance against Google’s Free and Open Android?

  10. iCloud changes put Apple on collision course with overreaching governments

    Apple has consistently argued against laws that would require tech companies to build so-called ‘back doors’ into their software…

  11. Apple flies in top executives to lobby Australia’s Turnbull government on encryption laws

    Apple’s top privacy executives have flown out to Australia twice in the past month…

  12. Apple meeting with Australian government to discuss proposed encryption ‘back doors’

    Attorney-General George Brandis will meet with global tech-giant Apple this week…

  13. The enterprise upgrade cycle has never looked better for Apple

    You’d be surprised how many of the computers out there still run Windows XP…

  14. Despite drop in PC market, Apple’s Macintosh holds its own

    Worldwide PC shipments totaled 61.1 million units in the second quarter of 2017…

  15. Beleaguered Microsoft announces yet another major reorg; axes up to 3,000 employees

    Microsoft announced a major reorganization on Wednesday that will include thousands of layoffs…

  16. Beleaguered Microsoft to ax ‘thousands’ more employees

    Microsoft is poised to layoff thousands of employees worldwide..

  17. Survey: Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Windows users intend to switch to a Mac within next 6 months

    Nearly all (98% or more) current Mac owners intend to stay with Macs as their next computer…

  18. More good news for Apple: Ransomware epidemics mean thousands of enterprises must upgrade fast

    Smart people choose Apple…

  19. Consumer Reports: Apple’s Macs the most reliable by wide margin

    In laptops and desktops Apple was the most reliable. Plus it’s tech support was – by far – the highest rated…

  20. Microsoft held back free fix that could’ve contained the devastating WannaCry Windows PC epidemic

    Microsoft held back from distributing a free repair for old versions of its software that could have slowed last week’s devastating ransomware attack…

  21. The Microsoft Tax: How to avoid the WannaCry virus if you’re slumming it with Windows on your Mac

    The worm/virus combination could hit a Mac user with a Boot Camp partition or Windows virtual machines…

  22. Microsoft faulted over massive ransomware cyberattack

    There’s a blame game brewing over who’s responsible for the massive cyberattack…

  23. North Korea thought to be behind worldwide cyber attack on Windows PCs

    A hacking group linked to North Korea is thought to be behind the cyber attack…

  24. Tim Cook’s refusal to create iPhone backdoor for FBI vindicated by ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attack on Windows PCs

    The proliferation of the WannaCry ransomware last week unequivocally justifies Apple’s steadfast refusal to help the FBI…

  25. The Microsoft Tax: Rapidly replicating Windows PC worm spreads as experts try to limit damage; Macintosh unaffected

    Employees booting up computers at work Monday could see red as they discover they’re victims…

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