In part two of this Working Mac mini-series, it's time to set up your Mac server for the server software.
Built into OS X Server, Profile Manager is used to manage the devices in your business or organization.
When you uninstall a Mac app, how can you make sure you've removed all of its files? With an app like AppCleaner.
Figuring out an issue with a corporate Google account and calendar sharing.
Get rid of those unwanted email address that show up when composing a new email in Apple's Mail.
OneNote is ideal for anyone who want to take multi-layered notes.
Major update brings unified user interface across all platforms and excellent collaboration features. But it still isn't a feature-for-feature match with Word for Windows.
iOS mail not behaving like it does on your Mac? IMAP to the rescue
If you're using a public wi-Fi hotspot, it's a good idea to protect yourself by using a virtual private network.
Firewalls are good for blocking inbound network traffic, but what about your Mac's outbound traffic? Little Snitch keeps an eye out for you.
OS X has a built-in firewall. Here's how to use it.
Unwanted emails clogging your inbox? There are lots of web-based spam filters to help.
OS X does a pretty good job of stopping viruses and malware from attacking your computer. But there are steps you can take to further protect yourself.
If you download software from the Internet, you may have inadvertently installed adware on your Mac. Here's how to get rid of it.
If you have a multi-Mac setup, a caching server can help save time and money by taking a load off your Internet connection.
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