The most important ones to disable when not in use are Screen Sharing, File Sharing, Remote Login, Remote Management, and Remote Apple Events.
Email overload may be a fact of life, but Apple has provided three features in Mail that can reduce some of the load: muting, blocking, and unsubscribing. Start using them today with the instructions here:
With mask wearing over the past year rendering Face ID ineffective at cash registers, we’ve become fond of using the Apple Watch for contactless payments with Apple Pay.
How hot is too hot for your Apple devices? You may be surprised by the answer.
If you have an older Western Digital My Book Live NAS devices, read this article!
Vacation season is upon us, and in-person conferences are opening up again. If you’re going away, make sure to write an effective out-of-office message so you don’t end up working remotely the entire time. We have tips at:
Don’t you hate it when a familiar song is playing but you can’t think of what it’s called? Your iPhone can help…
If you’re having discussions about when and how to reopen your organization’s office, it’s worth thinking—and talking to us—about the role your IT infrastructure plays in such discussions. Learn more at:
At its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, Apple announced a boatload of new features that we’ll see in macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8 later this year. Here are the ten features we think you’ll most like:
Did you know that Apple makes it easy to digitize your signature so you can sign digital documents without having to print them first? Use these instructions to make your signature available on all your Apple devices.
With the new Apple Card Family, once everyone has upgraded to iOS 14.6, you can add members of your Family Sharing group to your Apple Card account as either Co-Owners or Participants.
People constantly talk about something being in “the cloud,” but what do they mean? In this post, we look at the features that uniquely describe cloud-based services, along with the pros and cons.
Home screen widgets are one of the coolest features of iOS 14. I’ll bet you didn’t know you that already have quite a few of them.
New in iOS 14.5 is a privacy-protecting feature called App Tracking Transparency, which forces apps to ask you for permission to track your activities across other apps and websites. Learn more about why you should never allow tracking here:
Have a safer 2021 with New Year’s resolutions that will help you secure your devices, avoid email and text scams, and stay safe from malware, as well as benefit from the security and ease-of-use of password managers, which can even fill in passwords for iPhone apps.