By John Gruber
Kolide ensures only secure devices can access your cloud apps.
It’s Zero Trust for Okta.
Seattle Times columnist Brier Dudley:
By smugly asserting that Macs are ultrasecure, Apple leaves the impression that its customers can let down their guard. It’s like a carmaker saying with a wink that its vehicles are so safe that you don’t need to worry about your seat belt.
Meanwhile, Macs are likely to be the target of more computer attacks as the systems become more popular.
What a jackass. MacUser’s Scott Silverman does the smackdown so I don’t have to.
★ Thursday, 8 June 2006