At Monday's earnings call, Apple execs made it clear in lots of little ways that they have their eyes on the enterprise market for iOS.
Over the past 15 years, Apple has worked, and at times struggled, to figure out the best way to integrate its products into enterprise environments. Columnist Ryan Faas takes a look at that complex relationship.
The iWatch is meant to tether to an iPhone or iPad, which allow it to serve as a security token for advanced authentication.
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The knock on managing Macs in business environments has long been Apple's ambivalent attitude toward providing significant enterprise support.
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Analysis: Apple's late co-founder leaves some prescient lessons that CEOs and managers in all sectors and in companies of all shapes and sizes can learn from.
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Apple and Google now dominate the world's smartphone and mobile device markets and both are now pushing quickly into the cloud.
The ongoing march of iPads and iPhones into workplaces of all shapes and sizes is beginning to make Apple a fairly common tech brand in businesses and enterprises.
With a second preview version now in the hands of app developers, Apple's next generation of Mac OS X (Lion) appears to be on track for release this summer.
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