How to Mirror Your iPhone (or iPad) Screen to Your Mac

If you can show someone what’s on your Mac, you can show them your iPhone too! Here’s how.

SPF, DKIM, and DMARC: What They Are and Why You Need Them

If your organization has its own domain for email addresses — [email protected] — set up email authentication to help ensure your email is delivered and your domain can’t be spoofed for phishing.

What Is a “Managed IT Services” Model and Why Is It Important for Your Business?

You’ve chosen Apple devices to run your business. That’s great, but are you still dealing with each of those devices individually? If you hire a new employee, do you go to the Apple Store to buy a new Mac, bring it back to the office, spend a few hours installing the right software, and then […]

Loose Lips Sink Chips: Beware What You Say to AI Chatbots

Although it may feel like you’re having a private conversation with an AI chatbot, don’t share anything you wouldn’t tell a stranger.

You Should Almost Certainly Enable iOS 17.3’s Stolen Device Protection

We recommend everyone who uses Face ID and Touch ID turn on Stolen Device Protection.

Everything You Need to Know about Taking Screenshots on the Mac

Many people use screenshots to clip portions of their Mac screen for later reference. For example, you could save a screenshot of an error dialog to show tech support, store a confirmation number from a Web page, or keep a chat from social media. You can even record screen movies to show a developer how […]

If Mail Fails to Send, Try, Try Again (Instead of Changing Servers)

Sometimes, something goes wrong, causing Mail on the Mac to have trouble sending a message. When it does, you may see an error like the one below, encouraging you with a default button to try another configured server. Don’t do it! […]

Switching to an iPhone with Face ID and No Home Button, 9 Tips for

How do you use an iPhone with no Home button? Turns out it’s pretty easy to get the hang of it.

New M3 Chip Family Powers Updated MacBook Pros and 24-inch iMac

At Apple’s Halloween-themed Scary Fast event on October 30, the company unveiled its next-generation Apple silicon chips for Macs, the M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max. Apple also showcased new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models and a faster version of the 24-inch iMac based on these chips.

Beware Executive Imposter Scams Aimed at New Employees

Please be aware of a common phishing scam targeting newly-hired employees.