Daily Burn plans a new line of fitness apps, starting with HIIT Workouts

Daily Burn, the online fitness brand owned by IAC, launched a new iPhone app today devoted to the popular workout style known as HIIT (high-intensity interval training). Daily Burn already offers a general training app, but the company says it’s planning a whole series of vertical workout apps, starting HIIT Workouts. The is “bringing personalized workout training to every member tailored to their interests.” If you’re wondering exactly what HIIT is, the individual exercises may be familiar, but as a DailyBurn article puts it, it’s all combined into “quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods.” There’s no shortage of HIIT workout apps, or HIIT workouts in broader fitness apps (for example, I’ve tried out several through my Fitbit Coach subscription).

Link: Daily Burn plans a new line of fitness apps, starting with HIIT Workouts
via techcrunch.com

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The Missing Link strengthens focus on industrial cyber security

The Missing Link has signed a reseller deal with US-headquartered Nozomi Networks for its cyber security and operational visibility for industrial control systems (ICS) solutions. Under the agreement, the service provider will offer Nozomi’s solutions focused on critical infrastructure, energy, manufacturing, mining and transport in Australia and New Zealand.

Link: The Missing Link strengthens focus on industrial cyber security
via http://www.arnnet.com.au

Microsoft Managed Desktop plan turns Windows 10 device management over to Microsoft

New Windows 10 preview updates sign-in screen In latest Windows test builds, Microsoft discourages alternate browsers After Windows 10 upgrade, do these seven things immediately Microsoft’s October 2 Fall Event: What to expect. In July, I wrote what I was hearing about Microsoft’s new plan for managing corporate Windows 10 devices for a monthly fee.

Link: Microsoft Managed Desktop plan turns Windows 10 device management over to Microsoft
via http://www.zdnet.com

iWork for iOS updated with support for Siri Shortcuts, macOS apps gain Dark Mode

With a ton of other releases Apple has been rolling out today, the company has also updated its iWork suite on iOS. All three apps come with a slew of new features that take advantage of iOS 12. Apple has also updated iWork for Mac as well, giving it support for dark mode. As with nearly every other app update rolling out today, the entire iWork suite will now support Siri Shortcuts.

Link: iWork for iOS updated with support for Siri Shortcuts, macOS apps gain Dark Mode
via 9to5mac.com

Microsoft wants to manage your desktop fleet with Microsoft Managed Desktop

Just as the cloud freed many administrators from the day-to-day tedium of tending to Exchange servers and infrastructure like Domain Controllers, Microsoft Managed Desktop (MMD) could do the same for the corporate desktop. The new service combines Microsoft 365 Enterprise (a combined Windows 10,…

Link: Microsoft wants to manage your desktop fleet with Microsoft Managed Desktop
via arstechnica.com

Apple updates iOS GarageBand, Apple Support & Apple TV Remote apps with new options

In conjunction with the release of iOS 12 and tvOS 12, Apple has updated three of its optional iOS apps, namely GarageBand, Apple Support, and Apple TV Remote. Apple TV Remote has been upgraded to support the screen sizes of two upcoming iPhones, the 6.1-inch iPhone XR and the 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max.

Link: Apple updates iOS GarageBand, Apple Support & Apple TV Remote apps with new options
via appleinsider.com

How #1 Microsoft Is Beating Amazon, Google And Everyone Else In The Cloud: The Strategic Breakdown

“Some of our largest enterprise customers are now spending an order of magnitude more with us,” says Microsoft EVP Judson Althoff.Microsoft.com

(Note: After an award-winning career in the media business covering the tech industry, Bob Evans was VP of Strategic Communications at SAP in…

Link: How #1 Microsoft Is Beating Amazon, Google And Everyone Else In The Cloud: The Strategic Breakdown
via http://www.forbes.com