PASSWORD POLICY MAKING

In so many cases we encounter offices that have little to no password protection on their internal computer systems, let alone their mobile devices, servers, wireless access points. Changing or starting a password policy for an organization is not easy, and will be met with lots of resistance, especially if users can now use blank…

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MAC MAINTENANCE AND YOU

  This installment of my blog I wanted to offer you, our great readers a few tips that will go a long way to help keeping your Mac healthy and performing at it’s peak. 1) Make sure to keep your Mac OSX up to date.  Apple releases these updates to provide better security and to…

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GETTING STARTED WITH ICLOUD

For those who haven’t yet worked with me, my name is Korey Rideout. My primary responsibility here at Mac Outpost is sales however I’m also involved with training. With the advent of the iCloud we’ve had more and more questions about synchronization lately, especially for those who’d like to use it for business in one…

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KOREY’S KORNER

My name is Korey Rideout and I’m a Sales Associate here at Mac Outpost. On the side I’m in charge of the Mac portion of our training courses. I’ve been working in sales for the past six years and have always been appalled by the lack of end user support after or even before the…

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FALL NOTES

Another school year has started. The leaves are now turning colour and you can start to feel the nip in the air that signifies the impending approach of winter. This is our Thanksgiving edition of the Mac Outpost blog so, I figured this would be a good time say thanks to you, our customer. Being…

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SECURITY 101 (PART 1)

“You shall not pass!” Everyday I am amazed at the lack of password protection on the computers that come through our service department. I know I know — you have a million and one passwords. Well, I am going to advise that you incorporate a million and two or possibly three passwords to your more…

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