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First Apple-IBM enterprise products coming next month

The initial offerings will target banking, government, retail and three other sectors.

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Get to know iOS 8: Why business users (and IT departments) will be happy

We all brings our iPhones and iPads to work these days. Apple knows it. Which is why it built some new business-friendly tools into the latest version of iOS. Joel Mathis provides a quick tour.

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Virtual TimeClock review: Keep track of your employees' work hours

Virtual TimeClock has an excellent set of tools for tracking the time put in by your company's employees.

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The Week in Mac Apps: At the desk

In this week’s roundup, you’ll find a few apps designed to help you ease back into your school days, whether being a student is your full-time job or just a part of it.

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Texting apps for business users

End-to-end encryption, forensic wiping, and other features make these texting tools ready for professional use.

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Tim Cook welcomes Beats to the Apple family

Apple's CEO took to Twitter to greet the new acquisition, and both companies have posted messages on their websites.

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Profits up, sales soft as Apple reports third-quarter earnings

Even in an era where critics complain the company has lost a step, Apple’s profits keep climbing. The company released its fiscal third-quarter earnings report on Tuesday, reporting revenue of $37.4 billion and a net profit of $7.7 billion.

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What to look for in Apple's earnings announcement

As Apple prepares for its latest quarterly conference call, Dan Moren runs down the list of what to expect in the company's results.

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Apple adds financial exec Sue Wagner to its board of directors

Wagner, a founding partner of BlackRock, replaces Intuit Chairman Bill Campbell, the company's longest serving director.

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Why the Apple-IBM deal matters

Times have changed since Apple's '1984' commercial bashing IBM.