App management Enable app update priority for Managed Google Play apps You can set the update priority of Managed Google Play apps on dedicated, fully managed, and corporate-owned with a work profile Android Enterprise devices. Select High Priority to update an app as soon as the developer has published the update, regardless of charge status, Wi-Fi capability, or end user activity on the device. For related information, see Add Managed Google Play apps to Android Enterprise devices with Intune.
Updated agreements On October 25, 2021, Apple will post updated versions of operating system software license agreements to Apple Business Manager. Once posted, your organization won’t be able to enroll devices or deploy new apps until an administrator has signed in to Apple Business Manager and accepted the following agreements:
Optus is refunding 994 small- and medium-sized businesses a total of $788,609 after it breached telco billing rules by charging them for landline services they did not receive.
nbn is committed to lifting the digital capability of Australia, particularly in regional and remote areas.
This Knox Manage v21.9 release scheduled to go live on September 1st, 2021 includes several improvements and enhancements to existing features and functionality.
VMware Workspace ONE UEM Release Notes provide information on the new features and improvements in each release. This page includes a summary of the new features introduced in 2109 and resolved issues and known issues.
App management New app categories available to better target app protection policies We have improved the UX of Microsoft Endpoint Manager by creating categories of apps that you can use to more easily and quickly target app protection policies. These categories are All public apps, Microsoft apps, and Core Microsoft apps. After you have create
If your phone service is suddenly unavailable, there are steps to take before you contact your telco.
A vulnerability has been identified in certain Apple products which could allow an actor to install malware or perform other actions on a vulnerable device.
A vulnerability exists in Apache HTTP Server 2.4.49. A cyber actor could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code. Initial information also indicates that the vulnerability could also be used perform remote code execution under certain configurations. Affected Australian organisations should apply the available patch.