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Apple revolutionized personal technology with the introduction of the Macintosh in 1984. Today, Apple leads the world in innovation with iPhone, iPad, the Mac and Apple Watch. Apple’s three software platforms — iOS, OS X and watchOS — provide seamless experiences across all Apple devices and empower people with breakthrough services including the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud. Apple’s 100,000 employees are dedicated to making the best products on earth, and to leaving the world better than we found it. Apple is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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USER CREDENTIALS REMAIN THE ACHILLES HEEL OF CLOUD APPS: HOW YOU CAN PREVENT AN ATTACK

Apple | January 02, 2015

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High-profile security breaches have dominated the headlines in 2014. Two notable examples over the last few months, the Apple iCloud and Dropbox breaches, have revealed a juicy target for attackers: user credentials. Rather than try to hack into the application itself like iCloud, Dropbox, Salesforce, or Amazon Web Services (AWS), an easier and much more feasible approach to gaining access to sensitive data, celebrity photos, or whatever else an attacker is after, is through stolen user c...

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Apple | December 02, 2015

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Apple boss Steve Jobs once famously dismissed Flash as proprietary software from the PC age. Now Adobe appears to be admitting it doesn’t have a role in the age of the cloud. While updating readers on developments in its Creative Cloud, Adobe reveals that Flash Professional CC is to be re-branded as Adobe Animate CC in order to “more accurately reflect the content-formats produced by this tool.”...

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APPLE’S CLOUDKIT IS THE MBAAS ANSWER TO AWS AND AZURE CLOUD SERVICES

None | June 05, 2014

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Among the flurry of news announced during the WWDC event by Apple as part of its annual developer conference, there were over a very interesting announcement made by Apple in the cloud in a way that sounds very similar to Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services....

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None | September 03, 2014

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USER CREDENTIALS REMAIN THE ACHILLES HEEL OF CLOUD APPS: HOW YOU CAN PREVENT AN ATTACK

Apple | January 02, 2015

High-profile security breaches have dominated the headlines in 2014. Two notable examples over the last few months, the Apple iCloud and Dropbox breaches, have revealed a juicy target for attackers: user credentials. Rather than try to hack into the application itself like iCloud, Dropbox, Salesforce, or Amazon Web Services (AWS), an easier and much more feasible approach to gaining access to sensitive data, celebrity photos, or whatever else an attacker is after, is through stolen user c...

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IS ADOBE AXING FLASH UNDER COVER OF CREATIVE CLOUD?

Apple | December 02, 2015

Apple boss Steve Jobs once famously dismissed Flash as proprietary software from the PC age. Now Adobe appears to be admitting it doesn’t have a role in the age of the cloud. While updating readers on developments in its Creative Cloud, Adobe reveals that Flash Professional CC is to be re-branded as Adobe Animate CC in order to “more accurately reflect the content-formats produced by this tool.”...

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APPLE’S CLOUDKIT IS THE MBAAS ANSWER TO AWS AND AZURE CLOUD SERVICES

None | June 05, 2014

Among the flurry of news announced during the WWDC event by Apple as part of its annual developer conference, there were over a very interesting announcement made by Apple in the cloud in a way that sounds very similar to Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services....

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APPLE DENIES ICLOUD HACK RESULTED IN LEAKED CELEBRITY PHOTOS

None | September 03, 2014

Apple has dismissed claims an iCloud hack resulted in numerous private photographs of female celebrities being leaked online....

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