So far so good – basically what you want to hear on upgrade day. We took the plunge along with many of our clients today delving into iOS 12 on all of our devices. These are some favourite features so far:Performance:First thing that is immediately obvious is performance – even on older devices Apple’s claim […]
Lets Encrypt is a provider of SSL certificates primarily used for securing websites (giving you to green part in your browser). For most needs, a certificate from Lets Encrypt provides an extremely cost effective means of taking advantage of HTTPS. This is a brief rundown on how to get this up and running on macOS […]
From time to time we would like to share information of how the solutions we put in place actually prove to be beneficial to our clients. These aren’t intended to be overly technical – if there is demand for that, then we will definitely consider doing something though. The intention here is to simply highlight […]
Apple updated it’s online store yesterday with some new products, this is only a minor update that rejigged some of the iOS product lines and introduced more accessory options in the wearables sector. Product RED iPhone If you’re like us and are constantly on the hunt for Apple information, it was no surprise to finally […]
So looks like Apple is up to it’s old tricks of removing useful features and introducing bugs. The biggest issue we’ve seen so far is the removal of the ability to upgrade clients ARD version from the ARD GUI. Installation now relies on running a unix command to force the client to run a software […]
New Site! Please bare with us while we build our website, At this stage we are just getting the content creation sorted then look to the more functional aspects of the site like a functional contact form, google integration etc. Cheers!