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September 15, 2016  4:07 PM

The mobile future of business and Apple

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, iPhone 7, Mobile, mobile workforce

When Apple introduced the iPhone 7 last week, with no headphone jack, and its wireless earbuds, it was sketching out a future in which devices connect – to other...

May 4, 2016  6:20 PM

Slower tech market is backdrop for Apple revenue dip

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, iPhone, revenue

Last week I wrote about the 13% fall in Apple revenue after 13 years of growth, surveying opinions on whether the news says something about Apple -- and the product taking the...


March 31, 2016  4:32 PM

Apple fight gives customers sway in privacy debate

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Data privacy, Encryption, FBI

When a California court issued an order to Apple to help the FBI break into the iPhone used by one of the perpetrators of the San Bernardino, Calif., massacre, Sen. Lindsey...


March 31, 2016  10:20 AM

Data privacy issues loom as FBI-Apple fight ebbs

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Data privacy, Encryption, FBI

When the FBI dropped its court case against Apple -- an order to the tech company to help break into an iPhone in the San Bernardino, Calif., murder case -- it left behind...


March 29, 2016  2:59 PM

What happens if FBI-Apple case goes back to court?

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Encryption, FBI

Apple won't be forced to build new software that would let the FBI into the iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino, Calif., attacks. The bureau


February 23, 2016  4:42 PM

Do the feds need Apple to bypass smartphone encryption?

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Encryption, FBI, iPhone

Last week, I wrote in SearchCIO's Searchlight news column about Apple's opposition to a federal court order directing the company to give the FBI the tools to get into the iPhone used by Syed...


February 23, 2016  4:40 PM

U.S. lacks law to make Apple help bypass encryption

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Encryption, FBI, iPhone

The federal court compelling Apple to help the FBI bypass encryption controls in the iPhone used by one of the suspects in the San Bernardino, Calif., massacre is leaning on a 227-year-old...


February 23, 2016  4:37 PM

Life under a new encryption law

Jason Sparapani Jason Sparapani Profile: Jason Sparapani
Apple, Encryption, iPhone, Privacy and security

The U.S. government is tapping the broad authority of a centuries-old statute, the All Writs Act of 1789, to make Apple build new software that would make it easier to get information locked in the iPhone in the San Bernardino, Calif., murder case. According to Apple chief executive Tim Cook, if...


September 8, 2015  8:45 PM

CIOs take to Twitter to crow about Apple-Cisco deal

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Apple, Apple iOS, CIO, Cisco, Cisco TelePresence, Enterprise IT, Enterprise mobility, enterprise networking, Forrester, Spark, WebEx

Last week, the Apple-Cisco deal barely got a rise out of the analysts I spoke to. This is the partnership between Apple and Cisco aimed at assuring enterprise IT professionals that both companies are serious about making sure employees using iOS devices for work purposes will be fully supported on...


July 2, 2015  1:02 PM

Experts: Data privacy and security status quo as consumer apathy prevails

Fran Sales Fran Sales Profile: Fran Sales
Apple, breaches, CIO, Consumer data, Data privacy, Data security breaches, Hackers, Information security, Phishing, Social engineering

Last month, Apple chief exec Tim Cook gave an impassioned speech chiding tech companies such as Facebook and Google about their data collection and


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