OSX/Linker: New zero-day malware targets Mac devices

The cloak of invulnerability Mac users feel protects them from malware is torn again. OSX/Linker is a zero-day that attacks…

7 months ago

Right to repair: If it’s broke, you ain’t gonna fix it

Right to repair sounds like a great idea for reducing the tsunami of tech waste drowning us. But every yingie…

10 months ago

Bogus Flash Player update targets millions of Mac users with adware

Mac users are not safe from malware, despite their faulty idea of being a protected class of computer users. Case-in-point:…

12 months ago

The challenges of supporting Mac computers in a workplace

Users love their Macs and frequently favor them over Windows PCs. On the other hand, supporting Mac computers can be…

1 year ago

Managing Mac computers with Windows ConfigMgr? Yes, you can

Almost every IT pro has used Microsoft’s ConfigMgr as a go-to solution for managing Windows computers. But can this tool…

2 years ago

Apple, meet orange: The power of cross-platform PowerShell

Managing Linux, Mac, and Windows in your environment is now almost as easy as mixing apples and oranges. The key…

2 years ago

Apple's Six Big WWDC 2017 Announcements

Apple has rolled out a number of significant announcements during WWDC 2017. Here's what you need to know.

3 years ago

Another Mac attack: OSX/Dok malware spreads in Europe

Mac users often believe that they are safer than PC users when it comes to being hacked. OSX/Dok malware is…

3 years ago

How to run Windows apps on a Mac

MacBooks are light and powerful, and offer an entry to Apple’s well-regarded software universe. But suppose you want to run…

3 years ago

VMware Fusion: Top 3 mistakes your users are making

Mistakes VMware Fusion users are making -- and how you can help prevent them.

3 years ago