iStat displays data about your iPhone. But its true value comes when you pair it with the free iStat Server for the Mac to get remote access to your Mac's statistics.
Apple's Back to My Mac service, which was supposed to make it easy to remotely access your Mac's files, doesn't always work as advertised. Glenn Fleishman explains how to get it up and running.
The prospect of introducing Macs into a Windows environment brings with it many questions and challenges. Will Macs be able to access network resources? Can they be joined to an Active Directory domain? What sort of deployment and management options are there for Macs? Computerworld’s Ryan Faas tackles these questions.
How hard is it managing Macs in the enterprise? Harder than you might think, says CIO.com’s Tom Kaneshige.
Jaadu RDP is an exceptionally well-built and polished app that stands out among the other remote desktop apps out there, particularly if you’ve got a PC to control.
This free SSH terminal console has some great features that provide remote access from your mobile device.
With FileWave 3.7, users can re-image an entire computer, allowing multiple computers to have the same software installed.
Messaging and security vendor Kerio in March will release a Mac-based VPN client for its WinRoute Firewall.
If your wireless networking isn't doing the job, the solution could be in your walls: The powerlines that transmit electricity can also transmit data. Here's how to take advantage of them.
While Apple's own Airport base stations work fine, sometimes third-party wireless hardware makes more sense. Becky Waring explains how to buy and install WiFi routers from other vendors