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Apple’s Siri Cheat Sheet: How to Use Siri for Business

For many businesses, a big part of staying competitive means being able to utilize new technology to get more done in a shorter period of time. Voice-controlled assistants, such as Apple’s Siri, are innovations that can go a long way in helping companies do exactly this. Siri is a digital . . . Read more

Microsoft Opens Copilot for Microsoft 365 Up to Small and Medium Businesses

Microsoft’s generative AI assistant Copilot for Microsoft 365 is now available for businesses interested in providing the product to fewer than 299 seats. The Copilot for Microsoft 365 subscription for business use lets employees use data from across their company’s Microsoft products to provide more data to the generative AI, . . . Read more

How to Customize and Maintain Apple IDs on Multiple Devices

When you use an Apple ID on multiple iOS, macOS, watchOS or tvOS devices and settings aren’t configured properly, you can run into issues with users syncing business data to their personal accounts, or vice versa. You might also run into issues where data between iOS and macOS devices aren’t . . . Read more

How to Use an iPhone With a Chromebook

Google offers many mobile apps for iPhone, such as Gmail, Calendar and Google Drive. But not many people realize you can use several Apple apps on a Chromebook, too! Your choice to use an iPhone and a Chromebook produces a multi-platform challenge, since the platforms are controlled by Apple (iOS) . . . Read more

Apple Security Update Fixes Zero-Day Webkit Exploits

Apple recommends users update to iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2. Google’s Threat Analysis Group discovered these security bugs. Apple has patched two zero-day vulnerabilities affecting iOS, iPadOS and macOS; users are advised to update to iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2 and macOS 14.1.2. The vulnerabilities were discovered by Google’s . . . Read more

How and Why to Turn Off Battery Throttling on Your iPhone

Apple introduced some battery throttling tech to iPhones to help preserve battery life. Learn how and when you might want to disable this feature to get the most out of your iPhone battery. [embedded content] Apple began rolling out battery throttling to iPhones beginning in iOS 10.2.1. This feature was . . . Read more

Best Mac Password Managers for 2023

Apple’s macOS and iOS include a built-in password management system called Keychain Access, which is supplemented by iCloud and allows for syncing the Keychain between multiple devices. This is a great and simple security solution for many users, but some users require more features in their password manager than iCloud . . . Read more

How to Associate an Apple ID with a Second iPhone That Has Completed Setup

Learn how to easily associate an Apple ID with a second iPhone to access all your apps, media and iCloud services seamlessly with this step-by-step guide. There are several reasons you might use two iPhones with the same Apple ID. You might link a second iPhone to your Apple ID . . . Read more

Get a Lifetime of Secure VPN Protection for Just $28.97 Until 10/31

Keep your most sensitive data safe and access your favorite content no matter where you are with a lifetime VPN subscription offered at an exclusive price drop. Image: StackCommerce There are few things more important to your business than keeping your most confidential data safe – both yours and your . . . Read more

Apple Vulnerability Can Expose iOS and macOS Passwords, Safari Browsing History

This Safari vulnerability has not been exploited in the wild. Apple offers a mitigation, but the fix needs to be enabled manually. Image: ink drop/Adobe Stock Security researchers from three universities have discovered a major vulnerability in Apple’s iOS and macOS, including the Safari browser. The vulnerability, which the researchers . . . Read more