AWT News Update: May 3, 2017

AWT News Update: May 3, 2017

A nice, calm day after the storm of an Apple earnings report. Here's today's news:

  • Apple closed slightly down from yesterday's near-record close
  • Quick! Run to the TV. Tim Cook is on CNBC's Mad Money with Jim Cramer
  • Rumor has it that Inventec is building the alleged Apple Siri speaker that may be announced as soon as next month
  • Beware the Google Docs phishing attack!
  • Enterprise sales are booming for Apple
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This week's sponsor: Bushel

This week's sponsor: Bushel

Our sponsor this week is Bushel, an incredibly easy-to-use cloud-based Mobile Device Management solution for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. It’s all wrapped into one seamless, online interface, so you can manage your Apple devices whenever you want, wherever you are. Bushel is targeted to those organizations that may not have a dedicated IT staff, instead relying on individuals who take on the mantle of responsibility to keep Apple devices up-to-date and safe. Free for the first three devices and just US$2 per month per device above that number, here are some of the features of Bushel:
 

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The MacIT Conference: An AWT interview with Paul Kent

The MacIT Conference: An AWT interview with Paul Kent

While the defining conference and expo for fans of Apple technology -- Macworld/iWorld -- is no longer being held, those who deploy Apple devices, software and services in the enterprise still have a major three-day event they can look forward to: the MacIT Conference. This year’s event is scheduled for July 14-16 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California, featuring a slate of over 70 speakers and more than 40 sessions. I recently chatted with Paul Kent, the Conference Chair of MacIT to hear more about this year’s event. Read on for details, then take advantage of Apple World Today’s marketing sponsorship of the event to get $200 off of the regular $695 registration fee.

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