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.

Beware Executive Imposter Scams Aimed at New Employees

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

Learn to Identify and Eliminate Phishing Notifications

Don’t let websites send you spammy and fraudulent notifications

Apple Starts Releasing Rapid Security Responses for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac

By now, you’ve probably seen a new form of update for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS: the Rapid Security Response. Early in May, Apple released the first instances of these updates, which the company had promised for iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS 13 Ventura when those operating systems were first announced. Let’s answer some of the questions we’ve been hearing.

Understanding Apple’s First Rapid Security Response

Security Basics

Four things you should do to keep yourself safe online.

Software Updates

Ask Adam’s recommended macOS and iOS versions

How to Take the Annoyance Out of Passwords and Passcodes

We constantly say, “Use a password manager!” for good reason. Password managers make it easy to generate, store, and enter strong passwords. You don’t have to worry about whether your password is strong enough, remember it, and type it carefully every time you log in to a website. Seriously, just get 1Password, or at least […]