Michael Grothaus writes about five ways to improve Apple services, a drum that Tim Cook has been beating for the past couple years.
The problem for Apple is that the iPhone is such a large part of its business. If the company is going to continue to grow, what product could step up to take the place of lagging smartphone sales?
I’ll paraphrase Kelly Guimont’s comment on a recent episode of Daily Observations. If Apple truly wanted to be a services company, it should have been improving services all along. Don’t wait until the last minute when the iPhone puts you into panic mode.
Protonmail is launching a GDPR site to help businesses achieve GDPR compliance. It’s at GDPR.eu and features practical, easy-to-understand information.
Business playing music within their stores could be much easier in the future.
Square announced yesterday that you won’t need a dongle for your headphone jackless iPhone anymore.
The entire Quora article is worth reading, and it compiles information from other articles to paint a picture of Tim Cook’s genius.
Of the top 50 companies in the S&P 500, 78% are directly connected via one or more board members.
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