Apple’s security nightmare: What IT needs to know

One way you can tell how serious a cyberattack, data breach or other IT incident was is by looking at when it’s announced to the public. If it’s timed to avoid headlines, you know it’s pretty bad.  So when Apple announced a flaw in its products on a Friday evening, the general thinking was, “Yikes.” 

Report: iPhone apps just as risky as Android’s

Most reports of mobile security threats center around Android viruses or other threats targeting Google’s smartphone and tablet platform. But that doesn’t mean Apple’s iOS is immune from attacks. 

iOS 7 announced: What’s in store for business users?

Apple recently unveiled iOS 7, its latest update to the mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPad. The update features a new interface, plus some changes that should make IT managers happy. 

iOS update fixes security vulnerabilities in iPhone, iPad

If your company issues iPhones and iPads to users — or if they use their own as part of a BYOD program — make sure they’ve installed an important iOS update. The update to iOS 6.1 adds some key new features and fixes a few security vulnerabilities. 

Apple unveils iPad Mini: What IT needs to know

As companies struggle to formalize their BYOD strategies, here comes another sure-to-be-popular device users will be asking IT to support: Apple’s just-announced iPad Mini. 

iPhone 5 revealed: Thinner, faster, with a bigger screen

Apple has unveiled the details of the iPhone 5, the latest version of the company’s ultra-popular smartphone. Here’s what the new device will feature. 

Is anyone using the iPad for business?

The iPad is the most popular tablet among consumers, but do any owners of Apple’s hit device actually use the iPad for business? 

Alleged iPhone 5 pictures leak: What to expect from Apple’s new smartphone

Rumors about the next version of Apple’s iPhone have been swirling around the web for months, and a few of them have supposedly been confirmed by some iPhone 5 pictures that found their way online recently. 

Smaller, cheaper iPad reportedly on the way from Apple

Google recently announced its new Nexus tablet, a 7-inch device designed as a smaller, low-cost alternative to Apple’s iPad. But now it looks like Apple is preparing a similar device of its own. 

Android or iPad: Which tablet is better for business?

Many businesses and users are turning to tablets as workplace devices. What’s the most popular tablet for use in business? That depends on where you are.