Apple last allowed public testing of a pre-release OS 14 years ago, but now it's letting OS X 10.10 out for an early spin.
Apple debuted lots of new stuff at its developer conference. But the biggest innovation we saw may have been in the company itself.
Apple's WWDC announcements were big news for end-users and developers. But what about corporate customers? Here's what iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite will mean for them.
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.
Apple recently made things easier for businesses by introducing a new app licensing program--dubbed managed distribution--to replace the Volume Purchasing Program of old. Here's how it works.
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.
In staging an Apple event on Tuesday to unveil the long-awaited iPad Mini, Apple is poised to steal a lot of Microsoft's thunder. That's symbolic of a confident Apple, says columnist Ryan Faas.
While the number of Macs infected by the Flashback malware is seemingly in decline now, the security reverberations for Apple continue, prompting criticism by IT security pros.
Apple's new iPad arrived Friday and will almost certainly start showing up in the workplace this week. While this month's buzz has been mainly focused on Apple's...
Apple's new OS offers some intriguing features -- and risks -- for the enterprise, according to Computerworld's Ryan Faas.
Apple has never been considered an enterprise technology company, but that might change this year.
Last Thursday, Apple made it clear that one of the next industries it hopes to disrupt and reinvent is education, but it's an uphill climb.
No longer relegated to the fringe, Macs are fast becoming integral to today's business organization. As a result, IT can no longer rely on one or two dedicated "Mac guys."
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