WWDC 2016: Apple Moves Deeper Into The Enterprise

While it may not have been immediately obvious, a sizable chunk of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) announcements this week, from Siri support on desktop to iCloud storage updates, will go a long way in improving Apple’s credentials in the enterprise. Apple, as seen by many analysts, has some catching up to do with its biggest rivals Google and Microsoft in the business world. While Google thrives on a dominance of its Google Apps suite in businesses, and Microsoft enjoys Windows dominance worldwide, Apple has always been seen as more of a consumer choice for its devices, aside from macOS’ (née OS X) particular popularity in creative industries. The iPhone maker also has some catching up to do in the field of artificial intelligence. Siri, the company’s primary digital assistant, has…


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