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Why Google's enterprise pitch is a confusing mess

Aug. 3, 2015 | MATT KAPKO

Google has allowed a branding and marketing mess to fester around its enterprise business for far too long. The company needs a unifying message that can explain Google for Work to prospective customers in a more cohesive fashion.

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How to make an Apple Music playlist in iTunes or on iOS

Aug. 3, 2015 | CAITLIN MCGARRY

The Macworld staff is still on the fence about Apple Music. Some of us are really into the recommended playlists--which are sometimes eerily relevant--while others are still dealing with the aftermath of enabling iCloud Music Library. But even fans of the streaming service have noticed that making a playlist is nowhere near as simple as it could be. If you're looking for a quick guide to creating and adding to an Apple Music playlist on iOS or iTunes, we've got you covered.

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Verizon and others offer attractive new cord-cutting services

Aug. 3, 2015 | BILL SNYDER

If you love paying through the nose for hundreds of cable TV channels you never watch this post isn't for you. But if you're sick of Comcast and its rivals, here's some good news: In the last couple of months there have been announcements of at least four significant new streaming options and services.

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Mitigating security threats at source

Aug. 3, 2015 | VISHAK RAMAN, HEAD OF THE MANAGED SECURITY SERVICES BUSINESS AT TATA COMMUNICATIONS

Only by considering these threats upstream and working with a partner that can combat such risks, can CIOs truly secure their business at every step of the journey

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Simon Page new JB Hi-Fi CIO

Aug. 3, 2015 | BYRON CONNOLLY (CIO)

JB Hi-Fi has snared former Australia Post executive, Simon Page, as its new CIO. Page has spent the past two years as GM of technology, retail at Australia Post.

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Read-it-later app Pocket testing recommendations in public beta

Aug. 3, 2015 | CAITLIN MCGARRY

Pocket has made it super simple to save content to read later for the last eight years, but the popular service hasn't been able to recommend you articles you haven't read. That changes now. Pocket is opening up a public beta for people who want to try out new features before they're polished, and first up is a new Recommendations tab.

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Google boasts Android for Work success

Aug. 3, 2015 | MATT KAPKO

Google's enterprise program for mobile devices, Android for Work, has attracted more than 10,000 business customers and 40 partners since it launched earlier this year, according to Google.

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