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ComputerWorldDec 01, 2021
What to expect from Apple in 2022
Business users have a lot to look forward to from Apple in the coming year. With 2022 less than a month away now, here's a rundown of what's likely coming.

The iPhone SE - the lowest cost 5G iPhone Apple is now expected to introduce a 5G version of the iPhone SE in spring.

The device is expected to have a Touch ID button, an LCD display, and an A15 processor, but is also thought to boast a 5G connection. This is going to be the cheapest way to get a 5G iPhone.

Carriers are likely to support the release with decent deals for new users in most every market as they seek to build their 5G customer bases into profit. The combination of lower cost, carrier deals, and 5G — along with that powerful A15 chip — will tempt consumers and expand the 5G market.

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Wired NewsDec 01, 2021
How Science Will Solve the Omicron Variant's Mysteries
So far, panic about the mysterious new Covid variant has outpaced actual information. Here's what scientists around the world are trying to uncover.

CNET NewsDec 01, 2021
Apple highlights its Product Red devices for World AIDS Day - CNET
The company will also donate $1 to the Global Fund for every purchase made with Apple Pay in stores, on the App Store or on its website through Dec. 6.

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ComputerWorldNov 15, 2021
As companies unfurl future-of-work plans, speed bumps remain
Even as the world continues to grapple with COVID-19 surges and lagging vaccine uptake, most companies remain in the planning stages of office re-openings.

Over the 18-plus months of the pandemic, corporate plans to swing wide their office doors have have been repeatedly stymied, with most organizations pushing back planned reopening dates — many until next year. Despite the fits and starts, most companies are slowly realizing a hybrid work environment — some employees in the office, others at home — will become a permanent reality.

[ Related: When it's time to return to the office, tech is key to success ] But some companies refuse to budge, insisting on a return to the pre-COVID-19 workplace. For example, the publishing division of Hearst — which runs newspapers such as the San Francisco Chronicle, and magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Good Housekeeping — is mandating a return to office. In response, workers last week filed an unfair labor practices charge with the National Labor Relations Board.

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Network World SecuritySep 10, 2021
Palo Alto launches an enterprise-grade security pack for remote workers
Palo Alto Networks has rolled out a Wi-Fi based package that the company says provides remote workers with enterprise-class security features.

Called Okyo Garde, the bundle incuds Wi-Fi-6-based hardware and mobile application-security software that includes threat-intelligence updates, and sells the hardware and software to enterprises as a customizable subscription. The package also offers malware and ransomware prevention, phishing protection, infected device detection, and suspicious-activity monitoring and control, the company said.

Linux security: Cmd provides visibility, control over user activity Workers' homes are becoming enterprise "branches of one" with multiple devices without IT teams or a deep set of cybersecurity protections, yet they face the same threat landscape as any enterprise, said Mario Queiroz, executive vice president of Palo Alto Networks. Threat actors may even see them as more vulnerable and therefore attractive entry points into the corporate network,  Queiroz said.

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