Apple just released the second-generation AirPods with faster connections, more talk time, “Hey Siri,” and an optional Wireless Charging Case. The AirPods were great before, and now they’re better than ever. Details at:
Did you know that you can use Apple’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to work on documents collaboratively with others, even if they don’t use Apple devices? Read on for how to get started with the collaboration features of these apps.
Would you or your employees click a login link in email or open an attachment from an unknown sender? Phishing—forged email designed to extract private information—is one of the greatest threats to business today. Learn how to identify it here:
Setting up a custom email address with your own domain isn’t that hard or expensive, and it gives you independence from your ISP, employer, or the sketchy email provider you signed up with after college. Here’s how you can switch.
If your business has more than a handful of devices, a managed IT services support model could save you money, reduce downtime, and increase security. Read more, and ask us if managed IT services are right for your firm.
Do you dread asking colleagues for edits and comments on a document because of all the work involved in sending them files and merging everything back into your copy? Modern collaboration systems solve these problems—here’s how!
If you’re passing an old Mac on to a colleague, friend, or family member—or returning it to Apple for recycling—follow these steps to prepare it for its next stage in life and ensure that no one will be able to access your data
If you use an iPad with iOS 12, take note of the new gestures that are necessary on the recently released 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro and available to all older iPads as well. Plus find out what the deal is with those new icons on the right side of the Dock!
Have you received email from a hacker who claims to have taken over your Mac and is backing up the claim by showing one of your passwords? We explain how it happened and what to do about it on our blog.
Every now and then a potential client asks why they should work with us. The short answer is that we’re good at what we do, and we can help you solve your tech problems. Here’s the slightly longer answer…
macOS 10.14 Mojave changes how privacy works on the Mac by making apps ask for permission to use the camera, microphone, and quite a bit more. Here’s how this works and what you should do when prompted.
Giving your kid an iPad or iPhone can be both a blessing and a curse, but with iOS 12’s new parental controls in Screen Time, you can limit use by time and app, and do it entirely from your iOS device.
Are you addicted to Facebook, Twitter, or the latest hot game on your iPhone? If you’re unhappy with how much you use social media or play games, iOS 12’s new Screen Time feature can help you exercise more self-control. Learn more here.
One of the most impressively handy features of macOS 10.14 Mojave is Continuity Camera. It lets you take pictures or scan documents with an iPhone or iPad and have those images show up immediately on your Mac. Learn how to use it here.
Apple has enhanced Do Not Disturb in iOS 12 so it can turn itself off in an hour, when you leave your location, at the end of an event, or the next morning or evening. And with its new Bedtime feature, it’s safe to look at your iPhone at night again!
It’s official! Apple has announced the snazzy new iPhone XS, massive iPhone XS Max, and budget-friendly iPhone XR, along with the Apple Watch Series 4, which could literally save your life. Read more on our blog: