The Top 3 Questions Asked About iOS 7

The Top 3 Questions Asked About iOS 7

The most popular mobile OS received its single biggest facelift this year with the release of iOS 7 in September. Apple® introduced a plethora of new features to go along with the completely redesigned UI. The adoption was almost instantaneous and now over 80% of eligible devices are running the new OS.

The upgrades affected not only the end-users with devices, but vast improvements were made in how iOS 7 worked in business.  You can also check out Apple’s latest On-Demand mini Webinar series and spend a few minutes to learn more of the latest information about iPad® in business.

When Softchoice hosted our webinar entitled “What’s New with Apple”, we asked our customers to detail their concerns with integrating and using iPad in business. Here are the top 3 questions we are routinely asked by our clients about iOS 7.

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The Top 3 Questions Asked About Mac OS X Mavericks

The Top 3 Questions Asked About Mac OS X Mavericks

When Apple® introduced the new MacBook Pro® with Retina® display late in October, they also unveiled the latest version of Mac® OS X® operation system, Mavericks. With over 200 new features it quickly reached critical acclaim – especially considering the upgrade is free for users as far back as Snow Leopard.

Unbeknownst to the average user, Apple introduced a lot of new business features into Mac OS X Mavericks, which Apple has outlined in their new Mac in Enterprise Webinar series . In order to prepare our clients for the change, and understand the new features, Softchoice recently hosted a webinar. We asked clients to submit questions they have about Mac – and we discovered some interesting trends. Here are the top 3 questions we are routinely asked by clients regarding Mac OS X Mavericks.

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Security In A New Mobile World [Trend Micro]

In case you missed it, Smartphones and other mobile devices overtook traditional PCs in sales back in 2010. How did this happen?

There are a whole host of factors at play. Foremost among them has been consumerization, which gives consumers access to powerful computers and high-speed internet at home. Responding to increased expectations at work, employers began embracing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and allowing consumer mobile devices – like smartphones, tablets, non-PC laptops and netbooks – into the office. Employees, for their part, started using those devices to access their organization’s corporate networks and cloud service platforms, which helped them become more responsive and productive at home, on the road and in the office.

And everyone lived happily ever after. Well, not quite.

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