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iOS 9.3 Adds Message When Work is Managing a Device

Posted on: March 30th, 2016 by Matthew Clover

The latest iteration of iOSĀ aims to make whether or not a device is being managed by a company very clear. The lock screen will now say “This iPhone/iPad is managed by your organization” and when you go into Settings>General and look at the About screen the message will read “This iPhone/iPad is supervised. [Company Name] can monitor your internet traffic and locate this device.” Transparency appears to be the main goal here. There is some confusion out there as to whether or not the message can be turned off, although I did find a post from Meraki, a free MDM solution provided by Cisco, implying that it could. That post can be found here. As a whole it is an interesting move by Apple as they continue to make security and privacy a main focus.

Tile: A new way to track your most important items

Posted on: July 8th, 2013 by Matthew Clover

There are many companies who provide the ability to track the various important objects in your life, from the built-in Find My iPhone, to a bluetooth sticker like StickNFind. A new product called Tile, aimed for release this winter, takes the idea and puts a new spin on it that uses the Tile community to help find what you have lost. In general, this means that you can “mark” your item as lost via the app on your iPhone, and then anyone that walks by your lost item with the Tile app running will send you the location, unbeknownst to them.

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  • Matthew Clover

  • Matthew Clover
  • Matthew Clover has been the IT Administrator at Stoll Berne since 2008. He supports attorneys, paralegals, and clients with the technology side of litigation. Matthew has a broad range of experience with legal industry technology, as well as more widely used technologies. He helps manage Stoll Berne's in-house e-discovery systems and has significant experience advising attorneys on the collection and management of electronic discovery and the use of trial software. Matthew also supports the firm's overall network, mobile, and applications infrastructure.
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