What will watchOS 3.0 look like?
Is iOS 10 here? Are the macOS rumors true? Will Siri soon be in our homes? The Independent rounds up everything Apple is expected to announce this month at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Quote of the Week
“The odds that we’re in base reality is one in billions…Either we’re going to create simulations that are indistinguishable from reality, or civilization will cease to exist.”
Drop the mic.
— VMware AirWatch (@AirWatch) June 2, 2016
(And yesterday, AirWatch was also awarded EMM Provider of the Year at the Frost & Sullivan India ICT Awards.)
— VMware India (@VMwareIN) June 2, 2016
Android’s cybersecurity team onboards a new member—AI.
If the future of cybersecurity is managing constantly evolving risks, that means analyzing a whole lot of data. So Android is taking a new approach—using machine learning to manage it all and detect threats early. Read more from Wired.
Clear as mud.
In a new study, 65% of IT decision makers and 87% of CIOs said they have a clear bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy. About 67% of employees disagree. Read about the “Bring Your Own Divide” at Infosecurity Magazine.
The next big thing at work.
Wearable IT, Netflix-like microservices architectures, virtual and augmented reality, on-demand everything, mobile business apps—consumer technology is disrupting the enterprise more than ever. Check out ZDNet’s list of enterprise tech to watch this year.
Hold on to your endpoints.
In two years, Internet of Things (IoT) devices (smart utility meters, connected cars, etc.) will outnumber mobile phones, according to a new report. Visit Enterprise Innovation for more fun facts.
What’s Domino’s got to do with IT silos?
Domino’s changed the pizza delivery game when the company made it possible to place an order via a tweet or even Amazon Echo. But innovation of that magnitude requires new levels of speed—something that companies with IT silos cannot do. Read about “the Domino’s effect” on Workspace Central.
I can has mobile moment?
Mobile expert Blake Brannon talks about what makes a “mobile moment” and why we have “smartphones but dumb apps.” Listen to the newest Echo ONE podcast episode.
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