This week, Apple unveiled through its IT deployment page, that it is improving its iOS management tools for enterprise and education.
A recent article from the BBC is reporting that Apple has finally released a software update for its computers.
This week FileMaker revealed that it has reached over 1 million downloads from the App Store for its FileMaker Go database management app.
When it comes to Apple, one thing that is rarely a topic of discussion is security concerns.
According to an article last week from the San Francisco Chronicle, there are serious rumblings that there could be a partnership coming between Apple and Silicon Valley-based automaker Tesla.
A recent article from CITEworld asked the question, is there actually a marketplace for Office on the iPad and argues there is not.
A recent episode of the show "Diggers" unearthed the "Steve Jobs Time Capsule."
In a recent conversation with ComputerWorld, Microsoft's chief of marketing Tami Reller spoke about the status of moving the productivity suite onto other operating systems.
When you factor in iPad and iPhone sales - which are devices that most of use to handle computing needs - Apple actually exceeded the Windows-based PCs shipped in the fourth quarter of 2013.
When a new device does drop, an IT consulting firm that specializes in iPhone and iPad deployment can ensure the gadgets are incorporated into daily business use.