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What's missing from this picture?

Sysadmin is tapped to take over the lead on patching this company's Linux systems, but something he needs seems to be missing -- in fact, almost EVERYTHING is missing.


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It was the iPad that put Apple in the enterprise

Apple’s iPhone is pervasive in the enterprise, but it’s important to note how the iPad helped reinforced Apple's workplace presence.

Wonder if they'll ever tell HIM what's going on...

IT pilot fish has been supporting a customer remotely through a VPN that's pretty solid -- except when it occasionally starts disconnecting him every 30 to 60 seconds.

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When it comes to mobile, you pretty much have no privacy rights

Police are very persistent in trying to gain access to suspects' devices.

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Why Microsoft and Google love progressive web apps

Microsoft wants everything to run on Windows. Google wants everything to run on the web. (And what does Apple want?)

Policies and paper trails -- our new best friends

This IT pilot fish helps users troubleshoot data problems in child-welfare investigations -- but all that sensitive information could put fish's welfare at risk, too.

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What is now important in a new laptop and why you should care

What features should you prioritize in a laptop for the enterprise?

Throwback Thursday: Well, he was busy, OK?

Hurricane's storm surge hits this Gulf Coast chemical plant and inundates it, and in the aftermath there's lots of cleaning up -- and counting up the damaged computers.

Back pay payback

This IT staffer is hoping his pay will go up after his annual performance review, but that depends on his manager actually doing the review -- and even that isn't enough.

Apple Watch - Series 4 > Athletics / health / fitness > Basketball

Thoughts on the ambition of Apple Watch

Siri Shortcuts, your Apple Watch, and various sensors and biometrics mean the wearable device will become critical to your identity, at work, at home, and at play.

Leadership, demonstrated

This company's CIO has a shiny MBA to go with his limited grasp of technology, and he puts both on display in the weekly incident review meetings he decides to launch.

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Stats make iOS a hard OS to ignore

Users are jumping to the latest iOS version faster than ever before. That means many things from an Apple marketing perspective, but for IT, it means far greater security.

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CEO Hans Vestberg is changing Verizon leadership to focus on 5G

Will Verizon transform into a leader, or remain a follower going forward? New Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg is interviewing every existing senior executive. He wants to find the real leaders that can help the company grow with the new 5G...

The banana problem

This pilot fish slips and takes a hard fall, but fortunately he's not badly hurt -- the damage is mostly to his pride and his mobile phone, which now has a new shape.

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Microsoft’s massive and important pivot to transparency

Microsoft's new focus on prevention and disclosure is paying off.

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7 reasons iOS 12 adoption matters to you

Apple’s iOS 12 is already installed on over 50 percent of actively-used iPhones and iPads: This is why it matters:

Why we love metrics

This company has had its share of IT death marches, so it launches a big effort to improve estimating and project delivery. The key: detailed metrics for IT project time.

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An easy October Patch Tuesday

After a bit of a hiatus, Greg Lambert is back with all the info you need on Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday update cycle.

Throwback Thursday: Why we love sales people

Sales rep promises this customer a discount, but while it's on the sales order, there's no discount on the invoice generated by the ERP system. Who removed it?

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