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Google takes on Airtable, Microsoft Lists with Tables work-tracking app

A product of Google’s Area 120 incubator, Tables is a no-code spreadsheet that lets users create their own apps.

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Microsoft's forthcoming Outlook for Mac should boost WFH

October's release of Microsoft Outlook for Mac adds new tools and features for Mac users in Outlook-based enterprises.

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Microsoft Teams gets custom layouts, new Together ‘scenes’

Video feed overlays and new virtual meeting spaces are among a range of Teams updates announced at this year's Ignite virtual event. Microsoft is increasingly catering to the needs of remote workers.

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IT admins want one, and only one, Windows 10 upgrade annually

Though they question how Microsoft has cut the number of yearly Windows 10 refreshes, for admins it's clearly a case of less is more.

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Android 11's biggest letdown

One of Google's most promising Android advancements in ages isn't all it was originally cracked up to be.

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Apple’s Tim Cook shares his company's WFH experience

“I don't believe that we will return to the way we were," says the CEO of one of world's most successful companies.

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National party releases tech policies for 2020 election

Establishing technology ministry, adding 1,000 scholarships, shifting the Elevate Fund more to start-up investments, and attracting global firms to New Zealand are among the proposals.

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iOS 14: What’s new for enterprise IT?

Apple has introduced numerous enhancements for IT, including new tools MDM vendors can exploit.

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Mozilla tightens belt, folds two Firefox services

The Firefox browser maker is having to trim its sails again.

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Apple’s Time Flies event recap; iPad Air vs iPad Pro

Apple released two new Apple Watches, new generations of the iPad and iPad Air and new subscription services and plans at its Time Flies event on September 15. Macworld senior writer Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor...

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Apple upgrades Safari on Catalina and Mojave in annual exercise

Safari 14 offers expanded tab management, website Touch ID authentication, a new privacy report and additional customization options for the new tab page.

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Friday Fry Up: IT election concerns, IT election silence, Mobile matters, Spark goes all-in on mobile, What you do in a recession

Friday Fry Up is Computerworld New Zealand’s weekly look at the world of IT.

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Google's Chrome OS pivot matters more than you think

A colossal change is on the way for Chromebooks — and if you're only seeing what's on the surface, you're missing what's most important.

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Windows 10 upgrades are rarely useful, say IT admins

A majority of admins surveyed this summer say Microsoft's oft ballyhooed twice-a-year upgrades for Windows 10 aren't really worth the hassle.

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Indigenous data sovereignty and how Māori are leading the way

New Zealand’s Tikanga in Technology project is one of several efforts meant to create awareness and structure for others.

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There’s something in the iPad Air for enterprise IT

Will the new A14 Bionic chip appear in future Macs? And how much more performance can Apple tweak from the 5nm design?

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How COVID-19 has changed IT’s focus and plans for 2021

Bread-and-butter investments to modernize workforce systems and improve IT operations are the post-pandemic focus for IT buyers in North America and Europe, a survey shows.

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Nvidia's $40B deal for Arm could affect Apple

Nvidia agreed to pay Arm's current owner, SoftBank Group, $12 billion in cash and $21.5 billion in stock, along with other payments for the chip design firm.

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