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."
Apple's iOS 5 and the new iPhone 4S, which went on sale Friday, are packed with new features, many of which should boost the productivity and on-the-road...
So far there's been a lot of focus on Lion's new features. But what about the updated version of Mac OS X in the workplace? Computerworld's Ryan Faas takes a look at how Mac OS X Lion will impact companies that have an installed base of Macs and what companies considering a big Mac investment should keep in mind.
Computerworld's Ryan Faas gives a rundown of what he thinks Apple might focus on when it talks about iCloud, Lion, and iOS at this week's Worldwide Developer Conference.
Computerworld's Ryan Faas takes a closer look at Lion Server, which will be included with this summer's OS X Lion update.
Can't wait for Lion's release later this year? Computerworld's Rayn Faas tracks down current Mac utilities and apps that can turn make your Snow Leopard-running Mac approximate some of Lion's promised features.
Computerworld's Ryan Faas looks at Tango Video Calls, a mobile video chat app for both iOS and Android devices that differs quite a bit from Apple's own FaceTime offering.
The folks at Computerworld list their very favorite Safari extensions. Count 'em.
Apple didn't just release iOS 4.1 last week. It also update the iPhone Configuration Utility aimed at helping administrators in business or education environments create configuration and provisioning profiles for iOS devices. Computerworld's Ryan Faas takes a closer look at iPhone Configuration Utility 3.1.
Computerworld's Ryan Faas takes a closer look at a pair of announcements from last week's Apple event -- Apple TV and iTunes' Ping feature.
As more iPhones go to work, IT shops have more options to handle them. Computerworld's Ryan Faas takes an in-depth look at those options.
Computerworld's Ryan Faas looks at the looming battle in the health care sector between the iPad and Cisco's newly announced Cius tablet.
Many people have noted that the Mac will have a reduced role at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. But what has gotten little attention -- and what Computerworld's Ryan Faas finds troubling -- is the fact that Apple removed a Mac IT session track from WWDC.
Computerworld's Ryan Faas wonders what business and productivity apps might emerge for Apple's upcoming tablet.