Category Archives: Enterprise Applications

Change these 4 new security settings in iOS 13 now

Change these 4 new security settings in iOS 13 now If you’ve (successfully) upgraded to iOS 13 or just got hold of a new iPhone 11 or 11 Pro, there are new security settings in Apple’s latest operating system you need to learn and use. Here’s what’s important to understand. Fight back against robocalls […]

13+ things to try first when you upgrade to iOS 13

13+ things to try first when you upgrade to iOS 13 Just in time for the iPhone 11, Apple today released iOS 13 (with a significant update planned later this month, when iOS 13.1 arrives). You should try these improvements first: Check out Apple Arcade This won’t do anything to boost your productivity, but […]

The two fatal flaws with Android 10's gestures

The two fatal flaws with Android 10’s gestures I’ve been thinking a lot about gestures lately — not friendly gestures, mind you, or even not-so-friendly gestures of the single-fingered variety, but rather the sorts of gestures we swipe onto our screens and use to get around our phones. Android 10, as you probably know […]

13+ things you’ll want to try first when you upgrade to iOS 13

13+ things you’ll want to try first when you upgrade to iOS 13 Just in time for the iPhone 11, Apple will ship iOS 13 on Sept. 19 (with a significant update planned just two weeks later). You should try these improvements first: Check out Apple Arcade This won’t do anything to boost your […]

Oracle launches AI voice assistant for its business app suite

Oracle launches AI voice assistant for its business app suite Oracle has added AI voice commands to its Digital Assistant, offering users an alternative way to interact with its various business apps. The company on Tuesday also announced that the bot will integrate with Microsoft’s work stream collaboration platform, Teams.  Oracle’s Digital Assistant was […]

Mozilla first reveals, then conceals, paid support plan for Firefox

Mozilla first reveals, then conceals, paid support plan for Firefox Mozilla earlier this month quietly outlined paid support for enterprise users of Firefox, but last week scrubbed the reference from its website, saying that it is “still exploring that option.” The offering – labeled “Mozilla Enterprise Client Support” – was to start at $10 […]

Call me crazy, but Windows 11 could run on Linux

Call me crazy, but Windows 11 could run on Linux With Microsoft embracing Linux ever more tightly, might it do the heretofore unthinkable and dump the NT kernel in favor of the Linux kernel? No, I’m not ready for the funny farm. As it prepares Windows 11, Microsoft has been laying the groundwork for […]