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VMware Takes Headline Sponsorship of the Mac Administrator and Developer Conference

VMware has taken headline sponsorship of the Mac Administrator and Developer Conference, running from 20th-21st February at the VUE entertainment complex Leicester Square, London. The event draws together the best Mac admins and developers from across Europe and features a speaker panel comprising experts from across the globe, including many of the world’s foremost experts […]

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Apple announces the date for the Sierra course retirement

Over the next few weeks, you’ll see quite a few changes to the way we present and offer our training courses online; for classroom courses, on-site training, events and online training too. In the meantime, we need to update you with announcements from Apple relating to its certification courses and exams. Retiring macOS Sierra courses […]

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A Week With The iMac Pro

Working in the higher education sector, where your financial years have to be planned out pretty far in advance, the good thing with Apple’s recent policy change around announcing new hardware is that it allows you to budget for it for testing purposes. So, when Apple’s new flagship machine for professionals, the iMac Pro, was […]

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Want to write a book? Armin Briegel Talks Self Publishing macOS and iBooks

Want to write a technical book to share your knowledge with the Mac community? Armin Briegel has done just this. He’s authored two books on macOS which he self-published on iBooks. We caught up with him just before Christmas 2017 to ask him about his experience and to share tips with aspiring authors. You can […]

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iPhone slowing down? A simple service may be all that’s needed

There has been speculation for years that Apple has been deliberately slowing down older iPhones when new versions of iOS ship. The conspiracy theorists maintain it’s to get us all to upgrade our phones. Apple announced yesterday that it does indeed have algorithms that affect a phone’s speed according to the capability of its battery. […]

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Block Google Chrome Extensions with a Profile

Hi All. You guessed it, it’s another customer request blog 😛 I had another education customer request us to block the installation of Google Chrome Extensions for their student devices. The little darlings Students had been installing VPN extensions in order to try to by-pass the local proxy filtering. These didn’t actually work still (mini fist […]

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