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Three Mac skills to get you ahead

Three Mac skills to get you ahead

The New Year is a great time to brush up on skills that can drive greater productivity and efficiency, or just save you time in completing routine IT tasks. Whether you are a long-term Mac user or have recently converted to the Apple way, it can be easy to fall into a rut of thinking you know your way around your system, when in fact there is always something new to learn.

Apple 2015 – 5 Developments to expect

Apple 2015 – 5 Developments to expect

As we look ahead to new tech developments for 2015, we also appreciate what an interesting past year it has been for Apple, with new versions of iOS, OS X, iPhones, and iPads released. The company has undoubtedly a lot to offer businesses, but the question is, with such a good year in 2014, what can we expect from Apple in the year ahead?

1. Apple focuses more on business solutions

Early in 2014, Apple announced that they would be entering a long-term partnership with enterprise giant IBM. The idea behind this was that Apple would work with IBM to develop a better way to bring mobile solutions to businesses and whole industries.

Safari 101: Keyboard shortcuts

Safari 101: Keyboard shortcuts

With the recent launch of OS X Yosemite, Apple also released a number of new software updates, including a new version of their Internet browser – Safari. What is really great about Safari, as with all other Apple apps, is that there are a large number of useful keyboard shortcuts that make using the browser just that much easier.

OS X 101: Energy Saver

OS X 101: Energy Saver

Over the past decade or so, Apple’s laptops have become increasingly popular with business users. From the svelte Macbook Air to the powerful MacBook Pro, you can guarantee that at least one person in your office has a Mac laptop in the house. As with all laptops you will want to configure how the device uses power in order to conserve battery life and this can be done through the Energy Saver function.

Take better screenshots on Mac

Take better screenshots on Mac

Today’s operating systems offer a vast array of different features, some of which users find essential, and some that are deemed non-essential but are still handy. One such feature is the ability to take a screenshot. There is a good chance that you probably have taken screenshots before, but have you ever wished that there was a better way to take them? Here are four tips for better screenshots on OS X.

1. Know the shortcuts

As a Mac user, you likely know that the system is shortcut heavy.

iCloud’s two-step authentication

iCloud’s two-step authentication

When it comes to new technology, there is always concern when integrating it into existing business systems. This is especially true for cloud storage, where one of the most common concerns is over the security of the data being stored. One of the best ways to ensure the security of a cloud storage system is to employ two-factor authentication.

First glance at OS X Yosemite

First glance at OS X Yosemite

One of the highlights at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2014 was undeniably Apple’s unveiling of the new OS X Yosemite. Perhaps one of the most dramatic redesigns of Apple’s operating system to date, a lot of users are wondering what’s new in OS X Maverick’s predecessor.

Security and your Apple devices

Security and your Apple devices

When it comes to the security of your systems and devices, there is a commonly held belief that Apple’s devices are more secure than other systems, especially PCs and machines running different versions of Windows. While it is true that there are fewer security threats to Macs, recent events have come to prove that these devices are not as secure as many would necessarily think.