As most of you convert to and leverage cloud software and tools to enable your companies in the current COVID-19 landscape, there are now new, additional considerations. Major cloud software vendors tend to support only current or recent major versions of macOS, and thus maintaining computers and their operating systems may now be more important than ever.
As we enter into a new decade, we can’t help but also reflect on the last one: our growth as a company, as a team, our lessons learned, and our incredible accomplishments along the way. One of the most memorable, and proudest, accomplishments occurred as an unexpected result of plain and simple diligence.
macOS 10.15 "Catalina" has lots of changes that impact both consumers, and businesses. Make sure you understand how they may impact you, or your team, before you upgrade because there is no "undo." And for now, we recommend waiting.
While most of the changes that came with Mojave (10.14), released Monday, won’t affect the average business, there are several that will and it’s important to consider the implications.
Apple is making an important under-the-hood change, as they did with iOS 10.3, and it’s important to consider the implications, especially in a business environment. There is a lot of great press about how ...
The easy answer is “eventually, but not yet.” There is a lot of great press about how MacOS Sierra offers improved performance, stability and new features.
The easy answer is “eventually, but not yet.” There is a lot of great press about how El Capitan offers improved performance and stability.
The easy answer is “probably, but not yet.” Unless you have some super urgent business need for some of the new features...
We’ve received many calls inquiring about the new version of Apple MacOS, 10.9 Mavericks. Your Mac computers may automatically offer to install the upgrade.