Beware, Firefox and Chrome users.
Wordfence reported this week that Firefox and Chrome web browsers are vulnerable to a new threat that lulls users into providing log-in credentials and personal information on fake look-alike sites. Read how to identity these fake sites and protect your personal and work information via today’s AirWatch blog.
Microsoft marches along with Windows 10.
Microsoft announced this week that it will target March and September every year for major releases to its Windows 10 operating system (OS). Following last month’s Creators Update, we can look forward to the next major release in September.
The Verge reports that this announcement implies Windows 10 is Microsoft’s go-to OS for the foreseeable future. To learn how Windows 10 impacts your business, check out this great series from our very own Windows 10 team.
How do I look?
According to a new blog on Radius, you might be able to skip the dreaded dressing room soon. Virtual reality headsets could help you try on clothes at your favorite retailer from the comfort (and realistic lighting) of your living room. Read more about this new VR experience and other IoT innovations in retail here.
Free Apple apps for everyone!
Who doesn’t love freebies? On Tuesday, Apple updated three of its most popular iOS and Mac apps—iMovie, GarageBand and iWork suite. Once costing upwards of $20, these apps are now free to users. Macworld argues, however, that there’s no such thing as a free lunch.
Adventures in AirWatch.
Wondering how to easily enroll your company’s iOS fleet in mobility management? Or enable secure per-app VPN? VMware AirWatch’s technical team churned out three how-to blogs to help you make the most of your deployments. Check them out here.
- Virtual Event on April 27: Mastering Windows (2.0)
- Webinar on April 27: NSX-AirWatch Customer Success Story with Vallejo Sanitation
- On-Demand Events:
- “Realize Your Digital Future” May 8-11 at Dell-EMC World in Vegas
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