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Apple reinforces its advantage in the enterprise space with new Deloitte and Aetna deals

Apple is partnering with companies in the professional services and healthcare spaces to improve the lives of employees.

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Apple wins big in enterprise and education in 2015

According to a new survey from JAMF Software, Apple made big gains in both the enterprise and education markets in 2015, seeing a significant rise in device support and favorable feedback.

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Apple and IBM release 3 new iOS-specific apps for enterprise

Last year, Apple and IBM teamed up on a number of new enterprise solutions, and today they've released three new apps that join the existing lineup. The new additions to the bunch are Advisor Alerts, Passenger Care, and Dynamic Buy.

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Vodafone to launch wireless services for US-based enterprise customers in 2015

Vodafone Americas has announced its intent to introduce wireless services for its multinational enterprise customers in the United States in 2015. The services will be offered under an mobile virtual network operator deal with T-Mobile US.

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InTune update brings enterprise management to Office on iOS

Microsoft has announced that it will be rolling out an update to its InTune service this week that allows businesses to manage deployment of Office on iOS devices, including access to corporate data stored on the Office 365 cloud. The updates will roll out between December 9 and December 12 and focus on content lock down and management.

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Apple reportedly hires dedicated enterprise sales force

It looks like Apple is eager to break further into the corporate world. Reuters is reporting today that, according to its sources, the tech giant has hired a dedicated sales team to round up potential clients. In addition, this sales team is reportedly working with several developers with enterprise experience to sell apps to corporations.

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New devices help Apple make gains with businesses

Apple has increased its device share of the enterprise market, reversing a recent downward trend. Apple's iOS devices accounted for 69 percent of all corporate mobile device activations. This apparently comes down to the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, according to VentureBeat:

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Ford ditching BlackBerry for iPhone company-wide

3,300 Ford employees currently using a BlackBerry will be getting a company-issued iPhone before the end of the year, and 6,000 will be replacing their flip phones with iOS devices in the next two year. Ford spokesperson Sara Tatchio commented on the switch.

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Apple announces new enterprise features in iOS 8

Apple has announced new enterprise features as part of iOS 8. These include more powerful S/MIME features, VIP threads, and much more.

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So, you want to adopt BYOD?

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the current hot trend. (And has been for a while, really.) There are many perceived advantages for a company that allows employees to bring their own devices to work and have access to your company resources, but is BYOD right for you? Can you make mistakes when developing your BYOD policies? Can you really let any device connect to your resources?

Lets look at a few top issues that you should be aware of.

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