While this information will be useful to all users, it will be of most benefit to Apple's enterprise customers as it will build confidence and help reduce IT helpdesk calls.
Apple updated its iWork for iCloud services today with several features that it had previously announced were on their way. These center around a bunch of new collaboration tools that aim to make it a good alternative to Google Docs offerings for iCloud users.
Numbers, Keynote and Pages in iCloud were all updated and you can see the new stuff now at iCloud.com.
It’s been more than a week and Apple’s developer website is still down, following what turned out to be a hacking breach (which may or may not have been caused by this guy). Late yesterday Apple emailed its developers with an update on the situation.
Apple today opened up access to its iCloud for iWork beta to the public, following a period of testing which has seen the service gradually becoming more broadly available. Initially, only developers had access, but in July, some non-developers began receiving invites. Now, any user with an Apple ID can test out iWork ahead of its official fall launch.
We can't help but wonder whether Apple has just created a fistful of headaches for large Australian organisations with its broader iCloud service, which allows users to synch office documents, calendar, mail and contacts online.