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    Following a high-profile leak of celebrity photos, Apple has moved to improve its iCloud two-factor authentication mechanisms.

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    Is there anything to fear from Apple's new iCloud storage service? Enterprises with mobile apps and sensitive data might want to educate themselves on exactly what Apple's offering.

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    Apple released an SDK for iCloud that could have major repercussions for enterprises already struggling to control BYOD.

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    Apple launches iCloud, a highly anticipated new service that has nothing to do with its namesake, and joins the march of major IT vendors and telcos into whatever they're calling "cloud."

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    ICloud Keychain can supposedly sync passwords across devices without using iCloud. But is it secure? Security expert Michele Chubirka explains.

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