Elastic APM iOS agent technical preview released

We are proud to announce the preview release of the Elastic APM iOS agent! This release is intended to elicit feedback from the community, while providing some initial functionality within the Elastic Observability stack and is not intended for production use. Now is your chance to influence the direction of this new iOS agent and let us know what you think on our discussion forum. If you find an issue, or would like to contribute yourself, visit the GitHub repository.


Gearing up your IT ecosystem for the Apple WWDC21 updates

The September Apple Event is one of the most important events for any IT admin because it is preceded by the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. It witnesses the release of new hardware like the iPhone and, more importantly for enterprises, the release of the latest versions of it’s operating systems—iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and tvOS 15 were announced. iOS and iPadOS updates rolled out on September 20, while the new macOS will roll out later this year.


Ivanti Delivers Zero-Day Compatibility and Key Feature Support for iOS and iPadOS 15

Here at Ivanti, we are excited about iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. I’m pleased to share that we offer zero-day compatibility and key feature support across the Ivanti product portfolio for the new features built into Apple’s updated OSs. iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 bring plenty of new things to see and experience with a combination of security, user experience, and performance.


5 signs you need to choose cross browser testing on the cloud

Only people who are living under the rock aren’t using mobile phones for their daily activities. Well, this means we all rely on our phones for things such as booking tickets, consuming multimedia content, or even ordering groceries and medicine. On average, most of us read, interact, engage and learn from the widely available resources like websites, mobile apps, etc.


3 ways 5G can help telecommunications companies improve business

5G technology promises user benefits that include faster network speeds, better remote access to networks, more seamless videoconferencing, and more robust network security. These are all necessities for the new world of work, and many are eager to embrace them. The technology also offers advantages to telecommunications companies: Despite those benefits, many telecom providers continue to struggle with legacy processes.