27 Sep

Going Back After Using a Mac

Mac or Windows for the Work Place? For about the past three years, I’ve been exclusively using a Mac for work. I’ve been posting on this blog about my experiences using it and other OS X devices for work. The main reason I did this was to have some experience using, supporting, and managing Apple computers to better help my clients, as we are Read more…

31 Aug

Updated: How to Add an Image to Your iPhone E-mail Signature (iOS 9.3.2 – 9.3.5)

*** This process has become more complex with the release of iOS 9.3 and now requires a computer and a Gmail account to complete*** By default, the iPhone sends email using plain-text format, which does not support images (thus no images in signatures). Below are the steps to add an image to your email signature on an iPhone Read more…

14 Mar

How to Add an Image to Your iPhone E-mail Signature (iOS 9)

****UPDATE – Please note that this process has changed with the release of iOS 9.3 and no longer works as indicated below.   By default, the iPhone sends email using plain-text format, which does not support images (thus no images in signatures). Luckily, the last time we had to set this up we captured screenshots Read more…

30 Jun

Apple Watch: A Worthy Smart Watch?

About a year ago, I wrote a blog post about my experience with the Pebble Steel smart watch. Now Apple has released its first take on the smart watch and, as with many Apple Products released in recent years, it’s positioned to crush the competition. However, just because Apple makes something,  doesn’t mean you should run out Read more…

25 Mar

Macs in the Enterprise 2013

A couple of years ago, I wrote an article about my experiences with working on a Mac.  I used a MacBook Air and tested using different configurations between native OS X applications and Windows with virtualization as well as running native Windows with Boot Camp. Since then, my usage of all things Apple has grown Read more…

30 Apr

Going From an iPhone to a Nokia Lumia 900 / Windows Phone 7.5

I have been through a lot of mobile devices.  When I started with Kraft Kennedy nearly 14 years ago, I was given a SurePager and it was a fantastic device.  People could send me text messages and I could reply with one of 5 pre-canned responses.  Technology was amazing.  Then I moved on to BlackBerry, Read more…

09 Apr

Lawyer with an iPad – Bluetooth Keyboard Case

After testing the Clamcase – a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard case for my new iPad – I plan to use the case only periodically, for special use situations. It will not be part of my daily commute. If you are going to be sitting down with a place to set the case (your lap or a desk), and Read more…

19 Mar

Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook in the Enterprise

I recently started using a Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook as my primary work laptop.  We purchased a few of these to see how viable they would be in a business environment from a user and IT management perspective.  From a user perspective, I love it and so does everyone that sees it.  No surprise there.  Read more…

19 Jan

Apple TV For Your Conference Room

My wife recently got me an Apple TV as a Christmas gift over the holidays. It’s a great little device. It attaches to your home network either via WiFi or via direct Ethernet connection and can be used to stream content to your TV. At home, we use it to rent movies and stream our Read more…

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