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There’s a lot to like and gripe about the new iPhone 12, but the truly revolutionary news regarding Apple’s latest major product launch has more to do with when and how new phones are set to reach customers. While Apple has traditionally shipped direct-to-customer via their network of regional warehouses (if not directly from China), the company is now the...

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Tags: Amazon prime, Amazon, Apple store, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, iPhone 12, Apple iPhone, Apple

During Apple’s most recent Time Flies event, rather than unveiling a new series of iPhones (as many had predicted), the tech giant instead announced a suite of service bundles that could cement Apple’s popularity (and ubiquity) for years to come. Called Apple One, the service bundles are designed to get users who already leverage one or more of the company’s...

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Tags: Office 365, Microsoft AWS, APM, NPMD, NPM, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, application performance monitoring, application monitoring, applications, apps, Apple as a service, software as a service, SaaS, Apple one, Apple

Microsoft Build, one of four tentpole developer conferences held annually, kicked off its first-ever completely virtual edition this week with a slew of announcements that confirm the tech giant is betting big on cloud – and not letting COVID-19 slow them down. With Facebook’s F8 conference postponed and Google’s I/O conference cancelled, Microsoft Build is the first major developer gathering...

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Tags: network management, enterprise networks, network monitoring, network management, enterprise, enterprise IT, Microsoft Azure, Azure, supercomputing, supercomputer, cloud computing, cloud, Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft build, Microsoft

While just a few months ago Zoom was primarily only familiar within the corporate and tech sphere, the company is now ubiquitous in every facet of our newly-remote daily lives; whether we’re using it to say hi to coworkers, or logging on to host a weekly trivia night with friends or family. Another indicator of Zoom’s newfound popularity? The startup...

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Tags: Slack, video messaging, unified communications, ucaas, video conferencing, application developer, application, developer, app developers, developers, apps, Apple, Facebook, zoom, video conferencing

It goes without saying that there have been plenty of events over the past few weeks that many people never expected to witness, from entire cities (and countries) social distancing to help “flatten the curve” to unforeseen business partnerships sprouting up to help speed up aid. One such “once in a blue moon” event took the tech space by surprise...

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Tags: enterprise IT, enterprise network, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, application monitoring, application, apps, app, iOs, android, Apple, Google, smartphone

Digital transformation isn’t just an enterprise phenomenon, as anyone who grew up with a cable subscription and a local Blockbuster Video can attest. Today, consumers take their entertainment with them, watching their favorite movies or TV shows from any wireless device they can connect to – a marked digital transformation from the days of the bunny-ear antenna and CRT television....

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network performance, IT, enterprise networks, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, The Mandalorian, Hulu, Peacock, Disney plus, Disney, Apple TV plus, Apple, streaming wars, streaming

One of the defining characteristics of the modern workforce is the variety of devices employees use to stay connected. Between the rise of BYOD initiatives and the greater availability of mobile-friendly SaaS apps, many workers today split their time between their smartphones, tablets and laptop PCs – while, in some cases, teams have abandoned the PC altogether. At least, that’s...

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Tags: enterprise IT, enterprise, gartner, IDC, Acer, Lenovo, Dell, Apple, digital transformation, network transformation, PC sales, device, smart devices, devices, laptop, personal computer, PC

As heated as the “streaming wars” already were between cable-killing pioneers like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, a pair of new streamers are making a late entrance into the fray, backed by billions of investment dollars and some of the largest brand recognition of this or any industry. Disney+ and Apple TV+ both launched over the past two weeks, following what...

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Tags: cloud computing, cloud, enterprise networks, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, Apple TV plus, Apple TV, Apple, Disney plus, Disney, streaming wars, streaming

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