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In the beginning there was Sudo: macOS Terminal Skills

Having sat on our recent four-day JAMF200 course it was great to revisit some command line skills from times past. Time to dust off those macOS Terminal skills. Bring on Sudo (and the disclaimer of course) Type the following ‘whoami’ command (exclude the Amsys$ bit) in a macOS Terminal window and you’ll get the current […]

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Apple Announces Keyboard Service Program for MacBook and MacBook Pro

Apple has determined that a small percentage of the keyboards in certain MacBook and MacBook Pro models may exhibit one or more of the following behaviours: Letters or characters repeat unexpectedly Letters or characters do not appear Key(s) feel “sticky” or do not respond in a consistent manner Amsys will service eligible MacBook and MacBook […]

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3 Ways To Determine If Your Business Should Be Using Microservice Apps

In the last blog we talked about the concept of Microservice apps. Since then we’ve been talking to a lot of Operations Managers and Directors who are interested in exploring how apps and digitising processes can benefit their businesses. They are looking for operational gains in the form of increased efficiency and productivity. The question […]

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Why Microservice Apps Are The Future In Enterprise

Large companies are… well… they’re large. They have lots of employees, lots of customers and lots of data, systems and processes. You might think, therefore, that global companies would apply their scale to apps. Think again. While smaller companies look at their large competitors and assume they are slow, cumbersome and uncreative, that’s not our […]

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Is it possible to prevent conversion to APFS when upgrading to High Sierra?

While I was running a macOS Support Essentials 10.13 one of my delegates asked “Is it possible to prevent conversion to APFS when upgrading to High Sierra?” after explaining it to him I realised that most people in the room also didn’t realise this was an option, so I thought I better share it. As […]

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7 Tips to Improve Enterprise App Development Planning

When it comes to the development of apps for the iOS platform whether you are part of a development team or responsible for end-user experience, these seven tips will help improve your iOS enterprise app development planning. These are practical tips that we’ve learned through developing highly specialised apps over the last five years. You […]

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