Tell your IT department the old days when they could say Apple [AAPL] products are too hard to support on your corporate network are gone. Apple continues to explode across the enterprise — and there’s a rapidly growing list of enterprise class management and secure environment tools designed to make deployment of any Apple product easy, affordable and secure.
Apple [AAPL] video expert, Randy Ubillos has struck again, with the introduction of true 64-bit pro-video editing super-hero, Final Cut Pro X, introducing important changes in the way the software handles, ingests, encodes and manages video production workflow. And its available only via the Mac App Store.
“The first time I saw Final Cut Pro X, back in February, this quote from the title of Stephen Ambrose’s book on the transcontinental railroad flashed into my head,” said video expert, Larry King. “Just as the transcontinental railroad permanently changed 19th century America — in a wide variety of ways — Final Cut Pro X has the same capability.”
There’s a market segment that’s desperately needing a little slice of Apple [AAPL] product marketing magic, and it’s 3DTV. Introduced with much brouhaha as a ‘must-have’ killer new feature, the technology has rapidly been relegated to just another spec, consumers like it, don’t love it. Does Apple have an iPad plan to make the technology interesting?
Glastonbury Festival is an international institution, and if you’re lucky enough to get a ticket then get on down — there’s no event next year as the fields get a well-earned rest….making the best of such a large-scale event can be a challenge, so perhaps Orange’s newly-available Glastonbury app will help you through.
Apple’s music cloud looks a lot finer than Amazon or Google’s attempts, and comes with two added extras: track bit rates will be improved, and there’s a chance the labels may get a little cash back from file-sharers — but who owns your data in the cloud?
QUOTE:“Here, Rams talks about being bum-rushed at a party by Philippe Starck, who exclaimed, “Apple is stealing from you!” But when it comes to Ives and Apple, Rams subscribes to the adage “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.”