SSD upgrade: How it boosts Mac performance

Your older Mac that has a hard disk drive (HDD) for data storage probably runs a lot slower now than when it was new. If you need a faster Mac, you can upgrade it with a solid state drive (SSD), the new standard in data storage. Learn why SSDs are better than HDDs.
They’re more reliable
Most consumer SSDs use NAND flash memory, a type of nonvolatile storage technology that doesn’t require power to retain data.

Why healthcare companies need mobile device management

As mobile devices become more instrumental to healthcare organizations, it’s becoming even more difficult to keep track of all devices connecting to company networks. With mobile device management (MDM), IT staff in healthcare will have an easier time watching over company-registered devices.

Jailbreaking your iPad is a bad idea — here’s why

People have long criticized Apple software, particularly iOS, for being too rigid. Unlike Android OS, it doesn't give users a plethora of options for customization. Naturally, iOS device users resort to jailbreaking, which lets them fully customize their device by enabling the installation of third-party apps on it.

Improve your new MacBook’s functionality with these tips

MacBooks are among the most in-demand devices for both work and personal use, primarily because of their user-friendly interface and robust security. They also have their sleek, minimalist design going for them. So if you’ve finally given in and bought yourself a MacBook, you’ll want to make the most of your new toy — and here’s how you can do that.

Boost your Mac’s speed with these 5 tips

Even Macs are not immune to slowing down, but this problem is usually something you can resolve with a tweak or two. In this post, we prepared five tips to keep your Mac as speedy and efficient as you need it to be.
Clean up your Login Items
The Login Items list (also known as the Startup List) contains all the apps and programs that automatically start when you log in.

Myth busted: Macs are NOT immune to viruses

It is common knowledge that Windows computers tend to deal with an assortment of viruses and malware, but many people fail to realize that even Macs face similar threats. As virus creators have become more adept at finding back doors and other vulnerabilities, more and more Macs have also fallen prey to malware.

What’s next for iOS this 2020

Apple’s WWDC — and their scheduled preview of iOS 14 and other OS iterations — is just a few weeks away. But if you want to know some of the juicier things their next-gen operating systems have in store for you right now, then read on.
Nifty app tweaks
Apple is developing new features for some of its prominent apps, and these tweaks may just make the cut come September.

Helpful Mac keyboard shortcuts you should be using

Pointing and clicking with a mouse is great. There are times, however, where using the mouse to perform simple tasks interrupts productivity and slows you down. Try these helpful Mac keyboard shortcuts to help you work more efficiently.
Minimizing (or “Docking”) the front app window: Command + M
Use this combination when you have several apps, browsers, or Finder windows open and want to minimize the active one.