Winding down my column at Macworld, first in the final five, a collection of tools that I find indispensable for my daily work. You’ll do well to grab some of these for your day-to-day work too. On the list? My favorite backpack: My favorite keep-at-home mic: My...
New, must read, from your’s truly, on Macworld.com. Even without a comprehensive policy, just enrolling the device in an MDM system would have been enough.
Still read To Kill A Mockingbird about every 18 months. Harper Lee, Author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ Dies at 89
This is an embedding test for Microsoft’s new Sway app. Pretty slick. Keep your eye on Tom’s Guide for my upcoming review. Steppenwolf Theatre Company—Jeffery BattersbyDocs.com
Incoming data, outgoing data, how about a a tunnel to keep your data safe? VPNs encapsulate your data from point-to-point securing the connection from your computer to your office. See my Working Mac article on how to keep your data safe with a VPN.
Apple’s built-in firewall makes sure incoming connections are secure, but do you know which applications are sending data out from your Mac and where? For that you need an app like Little Snitch. (And you need to take a look at my latest Working Mac...
Yolanda asked and I answered. She was looking for good firewall protection for her Mac. Fortunately, she needed to look no further than her Mac’s Security and Privacy preferences to fire up her firewall! June 25th’s most excellent Working Mac column.