iOS 10.3 betas are now available.
Before you sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program, you “beta” read these recommendations for VMware AirWatch customers. Find your getting started guide here.
Introducing Android Wear 2.0.
Google introduced Android Wear 2.0 this week. Features like a new, on-watch Google Play Store move Android Wear closer to standalone smartwatches. The Verge lists their seven favorite new features here, including the ability to now get apps without your phone.
Netflix and work?
Microsoft previewed what’s ahead for Windows 10. Among developments catching headlines is a compact overlay window, reports CNET, that allows users to view video while working in other windows, and a dynamic lock secures Windows 10 when you and your phone walk away. Another update called “Project Neon,” reports PCWorld, brings an animated, new look and feel to the operating system.
Stick ‘em up, enterprise IT.
“Ransomware is now the dominant cyberthreat to corporate America,” reads this headline from the ARC blog. In 2016, not only did ransomware distribution rates grow, but also, “ransomware was the leading attack strategy used against businesses.”
— Applause (@applause) February 8, 2017
It’s time for a resume update.
Mobile tech skills—deployment, development, etc.—are in high demand this year, ranking just under cybersecurity skills, according to new IT workforce insights from Randstad Technologies. Read more.
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The Wi-Fi password is: stomach.
In weird Internet of Things and mobile news this week, engineers are working on a Wi-Fi-connected pill that could transmit real-time health information from inside your stomach. How’s that for a smart thing?
Here’s your guide to 2017 tech conferences.
We’ve got all the major 2017 tech conferences you need to know about this winter and spring on the AirWatch Blog, including: