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How Apple tech is used in the renewable energy industry

Apple’s solutions are being used at one of the world’s leading wind turbine manufacturers.

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WFH? Tips for better Wi-Fi network performance

Here are a few tips (mainly for Mac users) that should help improve wireless network performance in your at-home office.

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Working from home? Slow broadband, remote security remain top issues

For workers whose home has become the de facto home office in recent months, broadband connectivity and security are ongoing issues, according to a Navisite survey.

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What is IFTTT? How to use If This, Then That services

With 18 million users running more than a billion applets a month, IFTTT wants to become a service that connects pretty much everything — though some users say it still has room for improvement.

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How to set up a WFH ‘office’ for the long term

During the pandemic, and likely well afterward, many people will work from home. Here’s what you need to do so your home workspace will support your work — and won’t wreck your body — over the long term.

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At this point, 5G is a bad joke

Thinking of buying a new phone, just for high-speed mmWave 5G? Do yourself a favor: Don't.

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Edge computing: The next generation of innovation

The future of enterprise tech won't be confined to the data center mothership -- nor even the public cloud. Wedded to the internet of things, edge computing puts processing horsepower wherever it needs to go.

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Edge computing and 5G give business apps a boost

It’s not just cutting-edge apps that can benefit from edge computing and 5G networks.

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Memory-Lane Monday: Sneakynet

The legal mind at work.

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Memory-Lane Monday: OK, so it’s no problem for you, but what about your PC?

I don’t think you really understand my question.

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Apple sets scene for 5G ‘for the rest of us’

A string of Apple-focused mobile network promotions suggest the company's 5G plan is now in play.

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Flashback Friday: Just wondering

Speed is so relative.

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Flashback Friday: Well, not intentionally

And we’re not at all upset that you canceled the contract.

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Flashback Friday: Huh, you know what really bothers me?

The perils of being considerate.

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Google, Facebook, SpaceX battle to connect remote workers

The coronavirus crisis is driving employees out of the cities and into remote areas where bandwidth is low or nonexistent. Google, Facebook, SpaceX and others all have a dog in this fight.

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How to use a smartphone as a mobile hotspot

Here’s everything you need to know about Wi-Fi tethering from your phone.

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Apple, the iPhone 11, CBRS and the enterprise

Apple's iPhone 11 supports Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS). What is this and what can it do for your enterprise?

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Wayback Wednesday: We call her Pointy Harriet

It’s a happy ending after all.

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When shadow IT goes remote: How to keep workers in the fold

IT admins have a hard enough time keeping employees on the technology straight-and-narrow in the best of times. It's even harder when a pandemic hits and everyone in the office scatters to work from home.

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Why coronavirus contact tracing apps are failing

Security, yes. But the biggest problem to adoption is staring us all in the mirror. Here's what that means for you and your organization.

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