As use of Apple products expands in the enterprise, IT managers say Apple's interest in helping them comes up short. It can even be a little strange.
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Apple has announced it sold 4.56 million Macs in the first three months of 2015, an increase of 10 per cent over the same period last year.
The Apple-1 antique personal computer listed on eBay earlier this month sold for just over $US236,000 last week.
A collector will sell a rare Apple-1 personal computer on eBay this week, with 10% of the proceeds going to the ALS Association, a non-profit that raises money for research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also called "Lou Gehrig's Disease."
Almost unnoticed during Apple's earnings call, the company said it sold 5.5 million Macs, a record for the December quarter.
Research In Motion (RIM) recently announced that it will finally release Macintosh-compatible desktop management software for BlackBerry handhelds this fall. I was lucky enough to get a quick hands-on demonstration this morning from RIM Product Manager Andrey Feldman at an event in New York City, and I dug up a few previously unannounced tidbits about RIM's upcoming software release for Apple computer users with BlackBerrys.
At support software company Bomgar, executives admit their products didn't support Macs very well just a few years ago. But that's been changing over the last 12 months, and last week Bomgar released the latest version of its appliance-based, remote desktop support software with beefed-up Mac features.
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