Stay On Top of Apple Device Management News: June 2022
Here’s our monthly wrap-up of articles you don’t want to miss!
At the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) hosted by Apple, the tech giant announced its new 13-Inch MacBook Pro and Macbook Air featuring the game-changing M2 chip, designed to maximize speed-performance and power efficiency. Read the article to learn about Apple’s new software updates including Apple Pay Later, iMessage enhancements, Carplay updates, and much more.
In this episode of Apple @ Work, our CEO & Founder, Jason Dettbarn joins Bradley Chambers to discuss what’s new out of WWDC for IT teams who manage Apple devices. Listen to the interview to hear their thoughts on what enterprises should do to prepare for the release of all these amazing new features.
The use of Mac devices in the enterprise has climbed by a 63%, representing the most significant increase for them so far. In this latest blog from ChannelE2E, they explained the many reasons why Apple devices are becoming more popular, and their main focus is to improve the experience of their business customers and offer a solution for threats.
Garrett Browne, CTO of the Channel Program, shares a product review of the Addigy platform. The video review will take you through the various dashboard views that help IT admins keep track of their entire fleet, our Community section filled with community-contributed device facts and scripts, and a view of how to customize your end-user experience with an automated device enrollment profile.
In this exclusive interview, Nathan Pabon, Addigy’s Application Security Engineer, shares some security best practices for every American business leader. Read the interview to discover the steps you can take to prevent a cyberattack.
Terkel asked CEOs and business leaders: What are the technologies and software that are indispensable for their business, even during a recession? Read the blog to find out! Spoiler alert: a remote device management tool, like Addigy, is definitely one tool you’ll need to keep in your tech stack.