Is your Net connection feeling poky? Are downloads taking forever? The problem could lie anywhere along the line from your Mac to your ISP. Glenn Fleishman explains how to get things back up to speed.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference opens on Monday. John C. Welch predicts what changes in iPhone OS 3.0 mean for the IT crowd.
Yenco.com has overhauled Finance, its bank account and budget management software, as part of its ongoing effort to move its applications to a more modern architecture. In other briefs, RadTech introduced a new notebook case, Studiometry saw an update, and JAMF software announced scripts that let its centralized client management application deploy and manage the VirusBarrier antivirus software.
The latest version of the music notation software was announced Thursday. Also making news were new input devices from Verbatim and a new version of ADmitMac from Thursby Software.
John C. Welch rounds up the iPhone apps and services that make his IT job go a lot smoother.
A reader writes Macworld, asking about the best way to set up a home network so both Macs and Windows PCs can securely connect to it, without letting any intruders in. Glenn Fleishman explains how.
Despite Apple's determination to make the iPhone enterprise-ready, there are still some holdouts, such as Bank of America, which does not let its employees use the phone at work.
WakeOnLan lets you wake your sleeping desktop Mac from your laptop.
ProteMac Meter, the network monitoring app, sports a spruced up interface and other changes.
ContentBarrier X5 is now supported by Remote Management Console, along with other feature enhancements.