As more organizations embrace BYOD or provide mobile devices for employees, their need to know iOS 11, the latest version of Apple’s mobile OS, will increase. This week, we covered iOS, from the ground up through today.
CBT Nuggets trainer Simona Millham provides a comprehensive overview of Microsoft’s powerful enterprise collaboration software, Skype for Business. Confidently connect with teammates regardless of location — and unlock advanced features to make business communication easy.
CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker recently released the latest module in his CompTIA CySA+ course, covering the cyber incident response portion of the exam and showing you how to classify threats, build a forensic toolkit, and support incident response and recovery.
We previously addressed how iOS 11 is thriving more and more in the workplace. Now it’s time to examine five unique iOS features and explore how they can make life easier at work or home.
CBT Nuggets trainer Ben Finkel recently updated his Microsoft Azure 70-533 course with ARM Updates, renewing the series of courses preparing you for earning your Microsoft Azure certification.
Love it or hate it, iOS has made its way into corporate life. In fact, in many cases, it’s helping organizations be more efficient, and in turn, do better business. With that in mind, let’s look at how the latest version of iOS is thriving in today’s workplace.
Maybe you upgraded your iPhone or you received a device at work that uses iOS 11. If it’s your first time using Apple’s latest mobile OS, you might be in for a shock. But never fear, we’ve put together this list of things you need.
CBT Nuggets trainer Anthony Sequeira teaches learners how to use the networking products available within the Amazon Web Services platform, such as the Virtual Private Cloud, Direct Connect, Elastic Load Balancing, and Route 53.
Oh, they grow up so fast — even operating systems. Let’s take a walk down memory lane and look the best feature of every Apple iOS release since 2007. Get ready for a blast from the past!
More than a decade after it first burst onto the scene, iOS still is going strong, despite the fact that Android has cut into its market share. Speaking of which, we decided to go there and look at how iOS has stayed ahead of the competition.