Mac cutting into PC business share, says JAMF Software survey

Mac cutting into PC business share, says JAMF Software survey

JAMF Software have just published their second annual global survey of IT pros, with stats showing how Mac, iPhone and iPad are seeing adoption in business rapidly increase, as well as highlighting how Apple has set itself apart from other platforms.

One of the most interesting things to come out of JAMF Software’s survey is the prediction of 67% of respondents that “Mac will cut into PC share over the next three years”. We’ve picked out just a few key findings below, but you can download the full report from JAMF Software here.

–  Adoption growth. Mac, iPad, and iPhone usage grew within organisations in 2015, by 68% for Mac, 46% for iPhone and 36% for iPad.

– Mac in enterprise. The Apple ecosystem has become commonplace alongside PCs in the enterprise, with 96% of companies supporting Mac, 92% PC, 28% Chromebook, 19% Linux, and 9% other.

– iPad in enterprise. iPad is becoming the dominant tablet in business, with 81% of companies supporting iPad, 46% Windows tablets and 35% Android tablets.

– iPhone in enterprise. Thanks to its intuitive design and user experience, iPhone is also leading the way in mobile phone in enterprise, with 84% of companies supporting iPhone, 64% Android and 35% Windows.

To find out the reasons IT pros gave for supporting both OS X and iOS (including user preference, productivity, security and more), download JAMF Software’s 2015 Survey: Managing Apple Devices in the Enterprise here.

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New Avid firmware adjusts cooling fan speed of ISIS | 1000 engine

New Avid firmware adjusts cooling fan speed of ISIS | 1000 engine

When Avid first released the ISIS | 1000, the cooling fans ran faster than necessary to cool the system, resulting in elevated noise levels. But they’ve now released new firmware (v4.1.7b) that adjusts the cooling fan speed of the ISIS | 1000 engine and greatly reduces noise levels.

This firmware update is for all ISIS | 1000 users running the current ISIS v5.0 software, but it is optional. If your ISIS | 1000 is kept in a server room or in a place where ambient noise is not a concern, you don’t need to install this update. There are no other changes in this firmware bundle, and no other ISIS software needs to be changed with this firmware update.

Avid ISIS | 1000

Applying the update

Avid recommend you should schedule installation of this firmware update during a maintenance window. Instructions on how to do it below, or check out all the information on the firmware update in Avid Support’s literature here.

“1. Log in to your Avid Master Account.

2. Go to My Products and Subscriptions.

3. Click Show next to Product Details and Download Links.

4. Download the firmware file, named AvidISISSetup_Firmware_r4.1.7b.bin, to a computer that is connected to or can be moved to the network with the ISIS | 1000.

5. Connect the computer to the same network as the ISIS system.

6. Open the Management Console and click Engines. If you have multiple Engines in the shared storage system, you can update the System Director Engine before or after you update the other Engines. Each Engine will reboot to complete the update. The System Director Engine must be running for the Management Console to work.

7. Open the Agent page:

– Select an Engine and click Details
– Double-click the Host Name entry in the Storage Controllers panel

8. In the Agent, click Install under the Configuration heading:

9. Click Choose File and navigate to the location where you downloaded the AvidISISSetup_Firmware_r4.1.7b.bin file. Select the file and click Open.

10. In the Agent page, click Submit. When prompted for confirmation, click OK. The firmware installer (the bin file) installs the update. When the update is installed, the installer restarts the system.

11. If your system includes additional ISIS | 1000 Engines, repeat this procedure for each Engine.”

After installing and verifying the firmware, the cooling fan speed will be reduced to normal limits and the noise will be greatly reduced.

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JVC release 120fps slow-mo firmware update

JVC release 120fps slow-mo firmware update

JVC have just released a firmware update for their fixed lens 4KCAM models, the GY-HM170 and GY-HM200, including 120fps recording in HD mode for smooth slow motion effects (along with audio recording). 

This high speed recording mode will, JVC say, add creativity to your recordings, ideal for creating a slow motion effect for filming dancing, rain etc. Or indeed, for capturing dozens of M&Ms (other sugar-coated chocolate beans are available) being dropped onto a saucer, as can be seen in the colourful slow motion sample footage below, filmed with the GY-HM200 in 120fps. One to try this Christmas.

You can download the new firmware update from JVC’s service site here.


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Interview: Neil Rostance, Managing Director, Fat Free Media

Interview: Neil Rostance, Managing Director, Fat Free Media

Having to tailor content for multiple platforms and screen sizes, the demand for new formats and resolutions such as 4K – there’s always some new challenge digital creatives have to contend with. To find out more, we chatted to Neil Rostance, who’s Managing Director at Fat Free Media, a Nottingham-based video production company specialising in content for the web…

Who are Fat Free Media, and what kind of services do you currently offer clients?

We’re a video production company sitting firmly on content marketing for the web, doing video and animation – 2D and 3D – 99% of the time for online brands. We’ve specialised in that for about eight years now, but obviously in that time the landscape has changed massively for online digital content. We now try to make as exciting and authentic video content as possible, in whatever shape or form. Our team covers everything from live action and production through to 2D animation, and then the more specialist 3D visualisation and animation side.

Does that set you apart from other companies in the region, having all those different services and content available in-house?

It’s a little bit unusual for a regional company, having it all in-house, and it’s something we’re proud of. It’s really cool to be able to say to clients when they ring up that you’ve got someone who’s able to answer any questions. A lot of other companies outsource, or there’s a network they rely on, but from the start we were never interested in that. I wanted to have a team that works all at once on projects and make that the offering, and clients have really responded to that. That does set us apart both technically and also just with the rapport with clients – if they’ve got a team on their site and not working remotely in a city they don’t know, they can get answers quickly.

Neil Rostance interview

What kind of brands have you worked with before? Do you have any favourites, or any that stick out as being particularly challenging?

We do a lot of work with larger, well-established brands, so at the moment, we’re doing some cool projects with Center Parcs and Genting Casinos, as well as the industrial wing of Toyota. They’ve come to us specifically for something that is either outside their comfort zone or a new way of speaking to their clients – video. Even though these brands are household names, we get the exciting challenge of starting from scratch on how their brand talks and feels on video. You’re really going into uncharted territories when a brand that everybody recognises hasn’t done video before or maybe has but it hasn’t been as strategic as their print or direct marketing. That’s equally challenging as it is exciting.

So you can really tailor your offering to clients’ needs?

We’ve been surprised how niche we can get. Someone will come to us with a brief that sounds really specific but we’ve been lucky enough to be able to say ‘Yes, we’ve done that three or four times in different ways’, and we can show our track record. It doesn’t matter what industry it is, they get a feeling for video, and then can apply that to their own brand.

What do you think are the biggest challenges facing digital creatives like you these days?

I still think there’s a lot of education to be done both as content creatives and brand holders in defining what the purpose of video content is and how people consume it. There’s still a bit of a hangover from the corporate video days and practices that do not sit well in highly interactive short form content. Big brands still seem to be thinking in old ways, and one of the biggest challenges is trying to reflect how people today consume video, and work backwards from that, rather than start by saying ‘Let’s make a ten minute video’. It’s trying to get what the viewer wants and work back from there, rather than applying content onto them.

Have you found there’s a big demand from clients for newer formats like 4K, and has that challenged your workflow?

We’ve only just tested the water with a 4K workflow, and although we want to incorporate it, we’ve only had a handful of clients even mention it, let alone require it yet. If you look at the delivery outputs we’re going through, which is web, there’s an even smaller portion of our viewers that can even access on 4K. So our output is not particularly screaming for it, but that doesn’t stop us wanting to explore it. We shoot in 4K, we sometimes edit in 4K, but to us it’s more of a testing ground rather than ready to go.

So it’s more about being ready for what clients may demand in the future?

I’m not saying there’s no future for it – it could be that we are suddenly working 100% in 4K from next month – but we don’t want to be behind the times. It does exist on the web, it’s just that we don’t get requests for it. Again, it’s a case of telling our customers that it does exist and that we can work with it, which is all part of our package.

As you’ve been going since 2007, you’ve probably seen formats and resolutions evolve quite a bit since then?

When we started, it was just at the tail end of DV tape. I started my studies shooting on reel to reel. So I have experience of analogue all the way to digital, and even though it moves very fast, 4K just means clients have more choices. Why not go with the best possible quality and work back from there? It gives more flexible options for the viewer, really.

Does it mean you’re having to update your infrastructure to cope?

The only issue that we’ve found is processing times. We’ve not had to change our infrastructure too much – luckily we’ve been given a good infrastructure from Jigsaw24 that can already handle it quite well. 4K just extends projects and takes longer to do anything, which is purely down to computer processing. So we can do it, there’s no extra special magic we’ve had to add to the workflow, we’ve just had to be a bit more patient with it. That will change and we will get used to it.

Are there any other challenges you can see on the horizon?

I’ve been seeing that our content is getting shorter and shorter, and spread across many more platforms, and many more outlets and channels. So the creative challenge has changed from creating one video for one set of viewers, in one channel, and building it from the start, to having to consider all different forms of content and how it’s consumed. That’s the biggest challenge at the moment – having to think ‘What would it be like if someone watched this on a train?’, ‘What would it be like if someone watched this on a 4K monitor?’, and having to be prepared to adapt for that full range, from a smartphone to a 4K monitor and beyond.

So you want to come up with a concept that can cover all platforms…

It’s the chicken and egg scenario when we’re brainstorming – do we create an idea and fit it to the technology, or do we bear in mind the technology and come up with an idea that forms around that? Do we let it always sit on technology that’s relevant to that idea, or do we look at all the available channels and really build the idea around the technology? I’m not fond of that, because it’s undermining the potential of the content. That’s the biggest consideration and challenge that we have creatively and technologically in our business at the moment.

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MatrixCMS: Untangling your marketing team

MatrixCMS: Untangling your marketing team

Marketing team being pulled between updating websites, catalogues, mobile content, emails and ERP systems? This video shows how MatrixCMS can help untangle your marketing team… 

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Canon launch new lens mount service for EOS C300 Mark II

Canon launch new lens mount service for EOS C300 Mark II

Anyone rocking a Canon EOS C300 Mark II can now benefit from a new lens mount service option. This offers the capability to change the 4K Digital Cinema Camera’s original EF mount to EF Mount with Cinema Lock, or to a PL mount and back again.

You can book in for this service through Canon Regional Competence Centres (RCC). Alternatively, the PL lens mount and shim kit are also available for direct sale.

Canon have also revealed that, from early 2016, a PL mount version of the C300 Mark II will be available to purchase. Up until now the camera has only been available in an EF mount but by January 2016 customers can choose whether to purchase an EF mount or a PL mount version. The upcoming PL mount version of the camera will provide support for all of Canon’s PL mount Cinema lenses and other industry-standard PL lenses, thus allowing for even greater shooting possibilities.


How to book a replacement or buy parts

From 16th November, 2015, owners will have the option to either send their EOS C300 Mark II to an RCC in order to perform the Lens Mount Service or to purchase a PL Lens Mount and/or SHIM kit directly for self-installation or installation by an RCC.

Available service options and prices are as follows:

Mount replacement service. If you choose to purchase a PL Lens Mount directly, or would like to revert the camera back to the original EF mount from a previous mount change, the RCCs will be able perform the mount replacement using your purchased or original Lens Mount. £330 ex VAT.

Mount replacement service and mount. Depending on your requirements, the applicable RCC will supply and install either an EF Mount with Cinema Lock Lens Mount or a PL Lens Mount. £880 ex VAT.

Mount replacement service and mount and shim kit. Depending on your requirements, the applicable RCC will supply and install either an EF Mount with Cinema Lock Lens Mount or a PL Lens Mount. A shim kit will also be supplied for self-installation. £990 ex VAT.

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Highlights from JAMF Software’s JNUC 2015 event

Highlights from JAMF Software’s JNUC 2015 event
Our team headed to the JAMF Nation User Conference in Minneapolis last week to catch the latest news in Mac management. Hundreds of Apple IT admins packed into the Guthrie Theater for the annual event based on freely sharing IT information and best practices.
Over three days and dozens of sessions, there was insight from a wide range of organisations – from large and small schools to global companies – all with the common thread of enabling scalable Apple technologies at scale through creative practices, from security to deployment and management. Just a few of our highlights included:
System Integrity Protection (SIP)

here was a lot of chat at the show about System Integrity Protection (SIP), which is part of OS X El Capitan 10.11, which was interesting to hear as it’s a new direction from Apple and affects Mac admins. csrutil, NetBoot and any old packages and software that install into protected directories will no longer run, however JAMF binary is on the white list so will continue to work.

Rich Trouton, an Apple veteran with over 18 years of experience supporting Macs, provided an overview: “All malware tries to get root access,” Trouton mentioned as he explained why SIP became important for Apple to implement. SIP disables root access to certain system files and kernel extensions. “SIP is a big change, but still a work in progress. I expect Apple to update this in the future.”

He also warned against disabling SIP and suggested that If you are using software that requires SIP to be disabled, “demand more from those vendors or leave them.” You can check out his full presentation here.

A new CEO at JAMF Software

JNUC 2015 was also the first JNUC with Dean Hager as JAMF Software’s Chief Executive Officer. Hager has more than 20 years of experience in leadership positions at high-growth software and technology companies including Kroll Ontrack and Lawson Software.

On his appointment, he said: “Businesses and schools love Apple products, and are continuing to adopt Mac, iPad, and iPhone devices in droves. This creates an enormous opportunity for JAMF by providing an easy way to manage these devices, helping organisations both large and small succeed with Apple. I am thrilled to be a part of it and to be leading JAMF in its next stage of growth.”

The JNUC 5k

The event wasn’t all Apple IT admin (and posh dinners) though – there was also the small matter of a 5k run open to all delegates. One of our heroic Solutions Architects, Thomas Holbrook, took it upon himself to dash around Minneapolis in the October cold, so well done, Tom!


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Education app of the week: PureFlow for iPad

Education app of the week: PureFlow for iPad

If you’re looking for a really simple way to create flowcharts, you’d do well to take a look at PureFlow for iPad, which our Apple Education Trainers have recently been using in computing curriculum workshops.

What is PureFlow for iPad?

There’s nothing fancy about PureFlow (Aleksandr Kozlov, free); it’s simply a very easy way of creating flowcharts on iPad. Open up the app, tap to create a new flowchart and you have a blank canvas on which to create any kind of flowchart. Tap anywhere to create a start point, and branch out from there choosing different types of objects and dragging arrows to extend your chart outwards, drag elements around, and more. Once finished, you can share your flowchart via email, Facebook, Twitter, PDF, or save it as an image.


How can it benefit the classroom?

As mentioned, the team have been using PureFlow in computing workshops, helping to visualise ideas through mind maps and flowcharts (maths, design, even projects in creative subjects like English and drama). But it could really be used in any subject, both for presentation and in the concept and planning stages of a project to share ideas with teachers and peers, as having a visual aid is a great way to help people make decisions.

What’s the best feature?

We’ve tried a few different flowchart apps, but for basic flowcharting, PureFlow really can’t be beat. In fact, its lack of bells and whistles is probably its greatest feature (that, and the fact that it’s completely free too).

Where can I get it?

PureFlow (Aleksandr Kozlov, free) is completely free to download. You can get it on the App Store, or here on iTunes.

– Missed our last app review? Catch up with Videon for iPad here.

Find out more about our favourite apps and Apple iPad for the classroom. Get in touch with the team on 03332 409 306, email, follow @Jigsaw24Edu on Twitter or ‘Like’ our Jigsaw24 Education Facebook page for all the latest technology in education news, reviews and articles.

Win a Wacom Bamboo Spark by tweeting us your creations

Win a Wacom Bamboo Spark by tweeting us your creations

Want to win a Wacom? We have a Wacom Bamboo Spark with Gadget Pocket worth £118 up for grabs, and all you need to do to get your hands on it is tweet us a pic of the best work you’ve created using any Wacom tablets, before the 29th October.

How do I enter?

To be in with a chance of winning, send us any piece of creative work you have designed using a Wacom product via our Twitter account (@WeAreJigsaw24). This could be anything from a favourite illustration you’ve crafted with your Intuos Pro, your best Photoshop retouching work on a Cintiq, or simply a quick sketch made with your Bamboo tablet.

About the Wacom Bamboo Spark

The Bamboo Spark is a smart folio that enables you to save your handwritten notes and sketches digitally. Simply write or sketch by hand, press a button on the centre of the folio, and your ideas are saved digitally for editing, archiving, sharing and accessing anywhere. Read more here.

What’s the small print?

The only caveat to entering our Wacom Bamboo Spark competition is that you must be a UK resident, and we can’t ship the prize anywhere outside the UK. The competition closes on 29th October. We will then randomly choose the two winning designs and announce the two competition winners via our Twitter account (@WeAreJigsaw24) on Tuesday 10th November, as well as posting the winning creations here on our blog.

We look forward to seeing your great creative work!


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Buyers’ Guide: iPhone for business

Buyers’ Guide: iPhone for business

Using iPhone in business is nothing new. In fact, Apple’s iOS accounted for 66% of enterprise device activations for the third quarter of 2015. That’s compared to 31% Android, and just 2% Windows Phone.*

So clearly uptake is on the rise among business users. But with a range of different handsets available, and with the new iPhone SE joining the lineup as of Spring 2016, the question isn’t whether your business should go for iPhone, or whether to upgrade from older iPhone models, but just which model should you plump for?

Each iPhone comes with the same inherent benefits that make them attractive to enterprise – a secure iOS platform, built-in and third party apps for business, integration into the Apple ecosystem and your business systems, and fast, smooth deployment – but a few subtle differences between the hardware and internal architecture could sway your decision on which iPhone is right for your business. Below, we take a look at the current crop of iPhone models, including iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and iPhone SE. As always though, don’t hesitate to get in touch with a member of the team for advice on iPhone in business, and the deployment services we can offer.

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

Ideal for: Businesses who want the fastest phone, with the best connectivity


iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are the latest additions to the iPhone stable, and add quite a few features and improvements worth noting, including a lighter, tougher build. Philip Schiller, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, summed up the new models as “the most advanced iPhones ever, with 7000 series aluminum, ion-strengthened glass, the new 64-bit A9 chip, 12-megapixel iSight and 5-megapixel FaceTime HD cameras, faster Touch ID, LTE and WiFi.”

The 3D Touch feature, only available on iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, senses pressure to enable new gestures like Peek and Pop, which lets you dip in and out of content like attachments without losing your place, and Quick Actions give you shortcuts to the things you do most – a handy boost for anyone who is constantly pinging off emails to the same people, for example.

It uses Apple’s third-generation 64-bit A9 chip, giving 70% faster CPU and 90% faster GPU performance than the A8 chip in the previous generation of iPhone and, in conjunction with iOS 9, will give you longer overall battery life. You can also enjoy advanced wireless technologies including faster WiFi and LTE Advanced, with support for up to 23 LTE bands – the most in any smartphone – for those international business jaunts.

As with the iPhone 6 before it, Apple have given the option of two different sizes for the 6s – the 4.7″ iPhone 6s, and the 5.5″ iPhone 6s Plus. Aside from the size of the screen and the resolution, the feature set is identical between the two, so which size you opt for depends very much on what kind of user you are. If you type a lot of emails and notes, and prefer to see content in a little more detail, then go for the 6s Plus; if you’d prefer something slightly more pocket-sized, it’s the 6s for you. This iteration of iPhone are also the only ones that are available in gold, and the new, fancy rose gold colours, should that sway your decision.

iPhone 6s Plus

– 5.5″ (diagonal) LED-backlit widescreen next-generation Multi‑Touch display with IPS technology and Taptic Engine.

– 1920×1080-pixel resolution at 401 ppi with 1300:1 contrast ratio (typical).

– Available in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities.

– Available in gold, silver, space grey and rose gold.

Prices start from £515.50 ex VAT at Jigsaw24.

iPhone 6s

– 4.7″(diagonal) LED-backlit widescreen next-generation Multi‑Touch display with IPS technology and Taptic Engine.

– 1334×750-pixel resolution at 326 ppi with 1400:1 contrast ratio (typical).

– Available in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities.

– Available in gold, silver, space grey and rose gold.

Prices start from £439 ex VAT on Jigsaw24.

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Ideal for: Those who want the latest design, but don’t need all the extras


If the new advancements in iPhone 6s mentioned above like 3D Touch, A9 chip and an improved camera don’t exactly get you going, it could be worth looking at iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, launched in late 2014. Design-wise, you would be very hard-pushed to spot the difference – unless you’re looking at a gold or rose gold version – as iPhone 6 uses exactly the same sleek, machined aluminium design, featuring the Touch ID fingerprint identity sensor.

You still get an A8 chip with 64‑bit architecture and M8 motion coprocessor, which makes your iOS user experience smooth and speedy, plus an 8MP camera on the back, which is more than enough for taking quality snaps while on the move. Crucially, iPhone 6 is slightly cheaper, starting from £382 ex VAT for a 16GB handset, if the price of the iPhone 6s just nudges its way out of your budget.

iPhone 6 Plus

– 5.5″ (diagonal) LED-backlit widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology.

– 1920×1080-pixel resolution at 401 ppi with 1400:1 contrast ratio (typical).

– Available in 16GB and 64GB capacities.

– Available in silver and space grey.

Prices start from £449 ex VAT on Jigsaw24.

iPhone 6

– 4.7″ (diagonal) LED-backlit widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology.

– 1334×750-pixel resolution at 326 ppi with 1400:1 contrast ratio (typical).

– Available in 16GB and 64GB capacities.

– Available in silver and space grey.

Prices start from £382 ex VAT on Jigsaw24.

iPhone SE

Ideal for: Businesses who want to move to iOS for the first time

iPhone SE at Jigsaw24
If having the hardware design of the iPhone 6 and 6s doesn’t bother you too much, a good – and ultimately more affordable – bet would be Apple’s new 4″ iPhone SE. Apple are positioning this as both an option for those users who prefer a smaller phone, and who want a more entry-level option. The small size and price tag doesn’t mean it skimps on features and specs though, matching up to iPhone 6 in most departments, but being more akin to the old iPhone 5 in design.

They’re calling it the most powerful 4″ phone ever, with a 64-bit A9 chip that’s great for graphics- and processor-intensive apps, and their most advanced camera system – 12MP iSight, Focus Pixels, True Tone flash, Live Photos and 4K video capture, plus a front-facing cam with Retina flash to help you get the perfect selfie. Hey Siri, Touch ID and Apple Pay are all present and correct too, with battery improvements and speedy LTE and WiFi.

iPhone SE

– 4″ (diagonal) LED‑backlit widescreen Multi‑Touch display.

– 1136×640-pixel resolution at 326 ppi with 800:1 contrast ratio (typical).

– Available in 16GB and 64GB capacities.

– Available in gold, silver, space grey and rose gold.

– Prices start from £439 ex VAT on Jigsaw24.


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*Source: Good Technology Mobility Index Report