Posts Tagged ‘apple’

 

Shellshock: Check Your Web Server

Shellshock is a bug that may exist on your servers and even your Mac. Even if you use Windows in your office, your web server may use Apache on Linux. Continue reading ‘Shellshock: Check Your Web Server’


Two Reasons Why Microsoft Phones are Better than Apple Phones

And these are two reasons Microsoft doesn’t even advertise… Continue reading ‘Two Reasons Why Microsoft Phones are Better than Apple Phones’


5 More Things to Love about Apple

Apple has wonderful traits. Last week were the first 5 of 10, and here are the remaining 5 things Apple does so well… Continue reading ‘5 More Things to Love about Apple’


5 Things to Love about Apple

Apple has a lot of great things going for it. Here are 5 of the biggest ones: Continue reading ‘5 Things to Love about Apple’


Where are the Microsoft Apps?

What about all those great Apple Apps? Microsoft is still paying developers, reportedly $100,000 and more, to develop apps. How long will it take Microsoft to “catch up”?
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When a Surface Pro Computer is Better than an iPad

Not all, but many executives use Microsoft Office programs, and other programs that run in Windows. Microsoft Windows programs don’t run on the iPad. So, we tend to use applications that hinder us.
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Executives Express Their Coolness in Spite of Windows

Executives know that Macs have a “cool factor” but there is a problem. Executives who buy a Mac may find it difficult to get work done at the office.
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New LinkedIn App

LinkedIn just released new apps for Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. They are built from the ground up to be more useful.
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Would you use an Air as your next Windows laptop?

I recently needed to replace a beaten and battered Windows 7 laptop with a new one. After looking at all the hardware on the market—different laptop models—I determined that none of them stacked up against my Intel based Apple MacBook Air hardware.
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