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October 24, 2022

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.

October 25, 2021

Monterey, the next major release of macOS is being released today along with the first day of shipping of the new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros. As in the past, this is our “think twice before upgrading” note. Compared to the Big Sur release last year, the Monterey upgrade is a bit more low-key but software compatibility with the apps you use each day in your business is our primary concern. So as always, check before you upgrade.

September 14, 2020

Thinking of buying a new Mac computer in the next few months? You might want to seriously consider purchasing now in order to avoid being stuck between the soon-to-be-released macOS 11, Big Sur, and the need for your business applications to catch up.

September 3, 2020

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.

August 12, 2016

As you’ve probably heard, Apple is releasing a new operating system, macOS Sierra, this fall, and Microsoft will stop selling PCs with Windows 8 at the end of October.

August 9, 2011

Attention iMac owners: if you purchased your computer between May 2011 and July 2011, there seems to be a problem with the 1TB Seagate hard drives.

July 11, 2009

Before unloading your old computers (mobile phones, iPods, etc.), there are several things to consider.

January 29, 2009

We know that many of you have Dymo Label Printers.  Dymo has announced a recall of power supplies for some of their units for safety reasons.