A security related conundrum that we all surely face, and eventually realise needs proper addressing, is: password management. Over time we accumulate numerous usernames and passwords: Gmail, Netflix, Amazon, online banking, iCloud, and so on. We’re occasionally required to recall these usernames and passwords. A ‘system’ is needed to help us manage such login credentials. [Read more…] about Managing your Passwords with Keychain
A couple of days ago news emerged that several celebrities had their iCloud accounts hacked, and photos of these celebrities were posted online. [Read more…] about Thoughts on Hacked iCloud Accounts
Do you ever find yourself pulling your hair out because a computer problem is preventing you from getting on with your work? Are there times when you could do with just a little bit of help working out how to do something? [Read more…] about Remote Technical Support for Apple Mac Users. £15 per 15 minutes.
I made these notes for a customer a few months ago, which have proved helpful a number of times since. So I thought I’d share them… [Read more…] about iMovie 10 (2013) Workflow, Efficiency, and Space Saving Tips.
When Apple introduced AirDrop I assumed it was a simple means of sharing files for non technical people. I’d misunderstood it, it’s actually quite handy and, under the hood, there’s some very significant technologies at play, which I’ll get to later. [Read more…] about AirDrop is Very Handy. FAQs, and Its Notable Potential
If you’re looking for Christmas present ideas for a predominantly Apple household, why not consider buying something that compliments an Apple device? For this top 5 list, I haven’t actually tested any these items, yet I would be most excited and grateful to receive such things (Of course I’ll be forwarding this article to family / friends). With a leaning towards home and entertainment, there’s something here for everyone. [Read more…] about Top 5 Christmas Presents for the Apple Home.