Do you use AI systems like ChatGPT in your business? Have you asked your team if they've thought about implementing an AI program? As a small business owner, it's essential to establish proper policies for your employees to follow to ensure that AI systems are being used appropriately.
There is one big change we want you to know about. Apple has changed how new versions of macOS are offered to your end-users. Once a computer is running macOS Monterey, we can no longer prevent the user from upgrading to macOS Ventura.
It's been almost a year since the last time this happened, and once again, you can’t escape seeing headlines about this all over the news. Late Wednesday, Apple released a set of security updates affecting all products running current versions of macOS, iOS, and iPadOS.
Contrary to what you might think, cloud email providers do not provide email archiving or backup in their default configurations. Different email providers don’t even always agree on what to call these features, so to start any discussion about email archiving and backup, we first have to state clearly what we’re talking about.
In our opinion, MDM is no longer an option for businesses running Apple devices. Why? Because if you don’t have it in place, then working with Monterey and the new Apple Silicone computers will be a manual and time consuming process, and they will be less secure. After using the carrot method for many years to encourage the use of MDM, Apple has now implemented the stick.
You can’t escape seeing headlines about this all over the news. Yesterday Apple released a set of security updates affecting all products running macOS, iOS, iPadOS, and WatchOS. This means any Apple device running current operating systems, except AppleTV devices, need an update.
Here's the short version...Apple released two patches last night that close security issues in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. There is at least one report that these security holes "may" have been exploited already, meaning bad actors may be taking advantage of the issue "in the wild."
As most of you convert to and leverage cloud software and tools to enable your companies in the current COVID-19 landscape, there are now new, additional considerations. Major cloud software vendors tend to support only current or recent major versions of macOS, and thus maintaining computers and their operating systems may now be more important than ever.
As we enter into a new decade, we can’t help but also reflect on the last one: our growth as a company, as a team, our lessons learned, and our incredible accomplishments along the way. One of the most memorable, and proudest, accomplishments occurred as an unexpected result of plain and simple diligence.
Technology has changed the way that we do business. This is true of nearly every industry, and it is equally true for criminals and con artists. What started as “Nigerian Prince” email scams have evolved ....