Apple: The future of enterprise IT

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

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  1. October 23, 2016

    […] “Macs are the standard at IBM, Japan, and PCs are the exception,” he said — and seems to think this is the future across the rest of the […]

  2. October 26, 2016

    […] a profound impact in a huge range of real world situations across multiple industries and reinforce Apple’s growing position in enterprise IT. The move means, “made-for-business apps now have the ability to understand, […]

  3. October 26, 2016

    […] a profound impact in a huge range of real world situations across multiple industries and reinforce Apple’s growing position in enterprise IT. The move means, “made-for-business apps now have the ability to understand, […]

  4. May 19, 2017

    […] that almost every part of life was impacted by mobile technology, and Apple’s guaranteed place in tomorrow’s enterprise is just one component of […]

  5. May 19, 2017

    […] almost every part of life was impacted by mobile technology, and Apple’s guaranteed place in tomorrow’s enterprise is just one component of […]

  6. May 19, 2017

    […] that almost every part of life was impacted by mobile technology, and Apple’s guaranteed place in tomorrow’s enterprise is just one component of […]

  7. June 23, 2017

    […] You find this philosophical construct applied in numerous ways – from the ebb and flow of politics and social discourse to the inevitability with which Apple has returned from the dead to become the world’s leading tech company: reviled, criticized and imitated, the company now leads the IT pack. […]

  8. June 26, 2017

    […] The popularity of iPhone drove enterprise everywhere to permit employees to bring their own devices to work. Employees loved the power of the iPhone and while competitors have sought to fill the same space, fragmentation and poor security mean Apple’s platform continues to dominate enterprise mobility and the company is carving itself a strong position in the future of enterprise IT. […]

  9. June 26, 2017

    […] The popularity of iPhone drove enterprise everywhere to permit employees to bring their own devices to work. Employees loved the power of the iPhone and while competitors have sought to fill the same space, fragmentation and poor security mean Apple’s platform continues to dominate enterprise mobility and the company is carving itself a strong position in the future of enterprise IT. […]

  10. June 26, 2017

    […] The popularity of iPhone drove enterprise everywhere to permit employees to bring their own devices to work. Employees loved the power of the iPhone and while competitors have sought to fill the same space, fragmentation and poor security mean Apple’s platform continues to dominate enterprise mobility and the company is carving itself a strong position in the future of enterprise IT. […]

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