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Bradley Chambers


Chattanooga, TN, United States

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Recent articles by Bradley:

Setapp for Teams is an affordable alternative to the App Store

Setapp for Teams is now available for enterprise customers who want an unlimited app store subscription with support for Jamf deployment. → Read More

Apple's HomeKit needs to move faster in 2020 to catch Alexa-

For Apple to have any chance of HomeKit catching Alexa in 2020, it must take more ownership of getting Siri compatible products in every room. → Read More

Christmas gift ideas for IT professionals

Do you need Christmas gift ideas for IT professionals? Our 9to5Mac guide offers some of the best ideas for fun gift ideas for IT people. → Read More

Thanksgiving Tech support: iOS and macOS tips and tricks

Are you helping your family with Thanksgiving tech support? Bradley Chambers gives you some simple tips and tricks to keep devices running well. → Read More

It's time for Amazon and Apple to create Books Anywhere

Apple, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble need to team up to create a Books Anywhere service to give consumers confidence in their e-book purchases. → Read More

Apple @ Work: Locus Health is transforming in-home patient care with iPad

Locus Health is transforming in home patient care with Jamf and Apple's iPad over paper based journals. Patients now submit information electronically. → Read More

Onpark Find 3 is an ideal electric skateboard for inexperienced riders

Now on Kickstarter, Onpark Find 3 is an ideal skateboard for inexperienced riders. With plenty of power and features, it's also great for enthusiasts. → Read More

Apple should add a Secure iCloud Drive folder with Face ID and Touch ID support-

A secure iCloud Drive folder would allow users to store sensitive material in iCloud and access it with TouchID and FaceID. → Read More

Privileges for macOS is the open source tool that all Apple IT departments need for macOS is an open source tool that Apple IT departments can use to granted time based access to local administrator rights. → Read More

Piper Computer releases new Sensor Explorer kit with temperature sensor, RGB detector, and range finder

The Piper Sensor Explorer Kit is a new add on for the Piper Computer. A new software update is also available that adds additional feature. → Read More

Mophie's juice pack access is a must-have for frequent travelers

Mophie's juice pack access adds additional five hours+ battery life for the iPhone 11 Pro Max without losing Lightning port access. → Read More

Apple highlights at JNUC 2019 that all Fortune 500 members are using Apple products

At Jamf's 2019 user conference, Apple's Jeremy Butcher announced that all Fortune 500 members are now using Apple products. → Read More

IBM: Mac users perform better at work compared to PC users.-

IBM has announced at JNUC 2019 that its Mac users are more productive and closer high value deals over its PC users internally. → Read More

Jamf launches Jamf Protect, an enterprise endpoint protection solution built native for macOS

Jamf has announced Jamf Protect at JNUC 2019. It's a the industry’s first enterprise endpoint protection solution purpose-built for MacOS. → Read More

Kindle’s US Public Library integration is exactly what Apple Books needs

Apple Books should gain US public library integration similar to Amazon's Kindle in order to encourage young readers to try new books. → Read More

How could Apple implement in-app purchases in Apple School Manager?-

How could Apple implement in-app purchases in Apple School Manager and Apple Business Manager? Bradley Chambers explains two simple ways. → Read More

Comment: Are app subscriptions fair to users and developers?

Are app subscriptions fair to users? Are app subscriptions fair for developers? When users demand frequent updates, it might be the only way to make money. → Read More

Robo Wunderkind is the perfect first STEM tool for young kids

Robo Wunderkind is a simplified STEM tool for younger kids with iPad apps that are fun and easy to use. It comes in 17 and 23 piece kits. → Read More

Comment: How can you make a true backup of iCloud Photos without downloading offline?

iCloud Photos is a great way to sync your photos to all your devices. It's not a true backup, though. Is there a way to backup iCloud Photos? → Read More

Are esports the next big thing in schools?-

Are esports a coming trend for K-12 schools? All of the data indicates yes, and it can provide a lot of good for the community. → Read More