Category Archives: Operating Systems

Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro? Some real-world guidance that might surprise you

Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro? Some real-world guidance that might surprise you To Pixel 6 or to Pixel 6 Pro? That is the question. By now, you’ve no doubt heard plenty about Google’s latest and greatest Pixels. So rather than repeat what you’ve already seen in several dozen other places, I thought we’d […]

How to use Shortcuts in macOS Monterey

How to use Shortcuts in macOS Monterey Available on iPads and iPhones since iOS 13, Shortcuts are now available in macOS Monterey. These automations are designed to simplify repetitive tasks, but do you know how to use them? Get familiar with the Shortcuts app If you’ve used Shortcuts before, the user interface should seem familiar […]

15+ macOS Monterey changes to help you get work done

15+ macOS Monterey changes to help you get work done Just in time for the public debut of its revamped and updated MacBook Pros, Apple today releases macOS Monterey. Here are some of the key features of this release for enterprise professionals. Which Macs are compatible? Announced at WWDC 2021, macOS Monterey is the 20th […]

Acronis gets deeper into the Apple enterprise with Addigy partnership

Acronis gets deeper into the Apple enterprise with Addigy partnership The burgeoning enterprise Apple space saw thousands of IT admins virtually attend this week’s JNUC event, and the week tails off with news from Addigy and cybersecurity firm Acronis. Securing the Apple enterprise Addigy has confirmed that its cloud-based Apple device management tools now […]

Got a Pixel? Don't miss these 8 buried Android 12 treasures

Got a Pixel? Don’t miss these 8 buried Android 12 treasures Well, my fellow Pixel pals, the time has finally arrived: After months of development, mountains of beta releases, and a weirdly empty-feeling tease of a code release, Google’s Android 12 update is finally on its way into our moist, sweaty paws. Android 12 […]

The two Pixel 6 numbers that could change everything

The two Pixel 6 numbers that could change everything They’re here. They’re really, truly, officially here. After what’s felt like 47 years of waiting and approximately 994 gazillion unofficial leaks, Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones are out of hiding and on their way into the world. Well, okay: To be fair, […]

What happens when you put iPhone chips in Macs?

What happens when you put iPhone chips in Macs? Ten years after the first Apple-designed chip, the A4 System on a Chip, debuted in the iPad and the iPhone 4, Apple introduced its M1 SoC for personal computers. Launched in November 2020, the ARM-based processor uses the same basic architecture as the A-series chips […]

The two Pixel 6 numbers that completely change everything

The two Pixel 6 numbers that completely change everything They’re here. They’re really, truly, officially here. After what’s felt like 47 years of waiting and approximately 994 gazillion unofficial leaks, Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones are out of hiding and on their way into the world. Well, okay: To be fair, […]

JNUC 21 brings major security and deployment improvements to Apple enterprise

JNUC 21 brings major security and deployment improvements to Apple enterprise Hot on the heels of Apple’s MacBook Pro launch, the world’s biggest (virtual) gathering of Apple admins is beginning with a raft of announcements from Jamf, including solutions to secure remote working, accelerate deployments and more. The big event for Apple IT The […]