I started working in I.T. just over 16 years ago. That was in December 2000. Just a few years before, Apple had acquired NeXT, and all of its awesome technology that lead to the creation of macOS (formerly Mac OS X), iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. More importantly, the acquisition of NeXT brought Steve Jobs back to Apple. These were still … Read More
Last Monday, Apple released its fourth update to OS X El Capitan, version 10.11.4 and iOS 9.3. Among the new features introduced by these updates is a feature called secure notes. Secure notes allows you to password protect the notes that you create on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad using the built in Notes app. This will be very handy … Read More
In the Fall of 2007, I was introduced to Kerio Connect, then called Kerio Mail Server. I had just left Apple, and I was starting out as a rookie systems administrator working for a managed I.T. service provider. I had a new customer who needed a complete network environment setup including a new file server, and email solution. My customer … Read More
Out of all online vendors, I trust Apple most of all. Apple has demonstrated that they really do care about their customers’ security, and they have never used my personal information to market to me, except for a few random product announcement emails. Apple also doesn’t sell my information to third party companies. I can use my Apple ID to … Read More
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