IBM just presented at JAMF conference. Last year they announced how the Macs were helping them cut the costs of their IT support. Read More about IBM’s initial findings. IBM has found that their total cost of ownership has improved with their switch to Mac. IBM is saving a minimum of $265 per mac on average versus a comparable PC. While the initial cost of the Mac is higher the easier roll out and management lowers the overall cost of ownership. Employees at IBM are now overwhelmingly choosing a Mac over other devices. Their over 217,000 devices are being supported by… Read moreIBM is saving a minimum of $265 per Mac on average versus a comparable PC
Here are three common security problems we see in our work and the strategies we use for keeping our clients’ networks safe. If you run your business on macs, you’ll want to read on. Problem #1: Improper Network Setup from the Beginning It’s not uncommon for a business’ IT support to have been trained for work in a PC environment rather than a Mac environment. Therefore, the network solutions recommended are often improper for what a Mac-based business truly needs. We found this recently with a client that was having file permission issues, internet interruptions and whose emails wouldn’t… Read more3 Common Security Problems Small Business Don’t Know They Have
Dear Triad Mac Customers, Today Adobe issues a set of updates to fix security issues with Flash Player. Vulnerabilities were found that could allow someone to take control of a targeted computer through Flash Player. These updates have been released by adobe, to update your flash player you can go to adobe’s website at http://www.adobe.com/go/getflash. If you have a Mac you can also go to your System Preferences, then to Flash Player (normally in the bottom row) then click on Updates, then click Check Now to check for updates. If you are not sure if you have Flash you can… Read moreAdobe issues Flash Update to deal with major security issues.