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Comparing iPhone vs. Android privacy for employee devices

Employee privacy is a crucial factor in mobile device management, and IT should know how device type plays into this. Learn how the privacy features of iOS and Android differ.


5 steps to ensure HIPAA compliance on mobile devices

IT must implement several measures to comply with HIPAA, and mobile devices can add further complexity to this process. Follow these important steps for mobile HIPAA compliance.


Understanding Microsoft Intune Suite vs. Endpoint Manager

With the release of the Intune Suite, IT administrators may wonder what that means for Microsoft Endpoint Manager and all its functions. Find out how this new Intune works.


A fresh look at business use cases for AR and VR

AR and VR have matured over the years as technologies, but the business use cases haven't been as sticky. However, the future could hold an unexpected use case -- desktops.

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    The iPhone is a smartphone made by Apple that combines a computer, iPod, digital camera and cellular phone into one device with a touchscreen interface.

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    FaceTime is a proprietary video and audio calling service developed by Apple Inc., primarily used on iOS, iPadOS and macOS devices.

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    Apple iOS is a proprietary mobile operating system that runs on mobile devices such as the iPhone and iPad.

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