Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Apple's 14 most important announcements at WWDC 2015

  CTIA sues over another cellphone radiation law | 5 Wi-Fi stumblers and analyzers for less than $100

  Network World Mobile & Wireless  

Apple's 14 most important announcements at WWDC 2015
From Apple Music to iOS 9 to the Apple Watch, here are the biggest announcements from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this week. Read More

Managing Apple Devices in a Windows Organization
As the number of Apple devices in organizations continues to grow, IT administrators are struggling to keep pace using their existing management tools. With the Casper Suite, organizations can integrate with existing IT infrastructure to inventory, deploy, and secure their Mac computers. Learn More


Collaboration 2.0 Death of the Web Conference
This new study from Ovum and by LogMeIn is based on a survey of over 3,900 full time professionals worldwide regarding their collaboration and meeting-related behaviors and activities. Learn More

CTIA sues over another cellphone radiation law
The mobile industry group says Berkeley's new city law violates retailers' freedom of speech Read More


5 Wi-Fi stumblers and analyzers for less than $100
  Wi-Fi stumblers and analyzers are a must-have when troubleshooting Wi-Fi interference and performance issues, or when simply checking channel usage on the wireless bands. Read More


Apple to open source Swift programming language
Apple brought out the big guns, from CEO Tim Cook to musical performer Drake, but perhaps the loudest reaction at the company's Worldwide Developers' Conference Monday in San Francisco resulted from news that the Swift programming language is being open sourced. Read More


Re-Evaluating the Role of "Traditional" Audio Conferencing
The audio conferencing market is changing and buyers are starting to move from traditional audio conference providers to integrated audio and web conferencing solutions. Learn More

Life gets tougher for alternative mobile OSes Tizen, Firefox and Ubuntu
An increased focus on affordable smartphones running Android has left smaller OSes behind Read More

IDG Contributor Network: Researchers seek to harvest radio waves for extra smartphone battery power
New technology promises to allow smartphones to run longer, not by improving battery tech, but by converting wasted radio signals into power. Read More

Review: The Apple Watch after a month of use (video)
The Apple Watch can be fun and handy -- but it's not perfect. After a month of constant use, our reviewer reports that he really likes it, but it's not for everyone. Read More

: LogMeIn

Avoid the Sales/IT Collision Scenario
This InfoWorld research report, based on an IDG QuickPulse survey administered to IT professionals, will provide insight into the BYOA trend, identify pain points associated with traditional online meeting tools, and address business-driven IT requirements that benefit the overall organization. Learn More

Yahoo does Spring Cleaning: Shuts down Maps, Pipes & more
In case you were wondering what it is exactly that Yahoo does these days, the company says its focus is on "search, communications and digital content." The rest must go, and as such, Yahoo today has announced some things it is getting rid of. Read More

Does Fortinet's Meru buy mean we're in for even more Wi-Fi industry consolidation?
  Cybersecurity firm Fortinet's purchase last week of wireless network manufacturer Meru Networks for $44 million is the second major acquisition of a Wi-Fi hardware vendor in three months – and, potentially, the start of a broader pattern. Read More

New products of the week 06.08.2015
Our roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as eZuce and ipSwitch. Read More



11 pointless but awesome Linux terminal tricks

Here are some great Linux terminal tips and tricks, each one as pointless as it is awesome.


As network pros you understand that the value of connections increase as the number of connections increase, the so called network effect, and no where is this more evident than in professional relationships. Join Network World's LinkedIn and Facebook communities to share ideas, post questions, see what your peers are working on and scout out job applicants (or maybe find your next opportunity).

Network World on Facebook

Network World on LinkedIn


1. Proposed solutions for fixing Reserve Windows 10 problems

2. Cisco plans to embed security everywhere

3. Cisco denies MPLS may leave

4. How to train your Surface Pro 3: Tips, tricks, hacks

5. Apple to open source Swift programming language

6. Cisco announces new CEO's executive team, more departures

7. Apple shows iOS 9's major upgrades, from multitasking to picture to picture

8. New features go live in Microsoft's Office 2016

9. Five network trends challenging the enterprise

10. iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Feeling left out at Apple WWDC, but design concepts cheer us up


Do You Tweet?
Follow everything from on Twitter @NetworkWorld.

You are currently subscribed to networkworld_wireless_alert as

Unsubscribe from this newsletter | Manage your subscriptions | Subscribe | Privacy Policy

When accessing content promoted in this email, you are providing consent for your information to be shared with the sponsors of the content. Please see our Privacy Policy for more information.

If you are interested in advertising in this newsletter, please contact:

To contact Network World, please send an e-mail to

Copyright (C) 2015 Network World, 492 Old Connecticut Path, Framingham MA 01701

** Please do not reply to this message. If you want to contact someone directly, send an e-mail to **


No comments: