Shiny and new! We’re lucky to have some fantastically creative clients. With the new permutation of iOS 7, we thought it’d be appropriate to ask a small sampling of our favorite design folks their thoughts on Apple’s truly new take on iOS. We’ve got more on the way, but thought this was a great start. Read More
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iOS updates are great. Getting them over the air is truly magical. Until it causes problems. We’ve been in the IT world for quite some time, and our opinion is that IT companies should say yes far more than they should say no. We’d prefer to enable people. That’s part of the reason why mobile Read More
Today, we received our quarterly update from Apple for our Depot repair services. Every quarter, we get feedback from our customers, through Apple, telling us how we’re doing. Feedback is a hugely important part of our business, as we believe that it’s one of the only ways we can truly get better. Apple, but more Read More
Friday, October 26th, we’ll help quiet the noise and help guide you through the world that surrounds iPads. From bring-your-own-device in enterprise, to creating truly paperless environments, we get it. Our team has worked with several cities to reduce their paper weight substantially, while maintaining secure, and easy to integrate environments. Join us starting at 11am to learn more Read More
Ok, so maybe not. But we can tell you that font licensing lawsuits are becoming more common. It may be time to look at mitigating your risk. We can help, and so can Extensis. Proper licensing of software is a must, however an often overlooked liability is font use. There have been several instances where organizations Read More
It’s true. The rumor mills are abuzzing with “news” about what’s next at Apple. (Un)Fortunately, we have no idea what is going to happen. We’ve got our hopes and our dreams, just like everyone else, but there’s only one thing we do know. Apple continues to make revolutionary (and magical) devices that we didn’t think Read More
Recently, we were invited to participate in the local Angelbeat event for IT professionals. We’re both excited and honored to be talking about integration of Macs and iOS in real enterprise scenarios. There’s lots of marketing fluff out there about how to do this, and the lion’s share of it is true. Lucky for us, Read More