It is becoming more and more necessary to be able to work while out of the office, but with so many mobile devices within a business, managing them all efficiently and securely is vital!
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Last night, Apple hosted their latest reveal where they showed off new iPads, new iMacs and revealed that Yosemite was now available for download. We ask our ICT Consultant, Jonathan Ford, what he thought of last night's event.
When the Lightning connector was released by Apple back in 2012 there were many cynics, critical of the reasons for changing their uniform charging/transfer cable. After Apple boasted about the fact that all of their products were interconnected and standardised, they introduced the Lightning connector, discontinuing the previous 30 pin connector and dividing their product line. While this is something of an outdated issue, the real motives for altering their connection ports may finally be coming to light.
Festivities have begun, and Unravelling Tech HQ has started putting together their Christmas Wishlist. There are a number of big hitters in the bid for Christmas supremacy in electronics and technology, with the two front runners in direct competition with each other.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a bush for the last few months, it will have been hard to miss the avalanche of announcements and new product releases from Apple.