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  • macOS Support Essentials 11

    macOS Support Essentials 11, the official book for macOS support, is a top-notch primer for anyone who needs to support, troubleshoot, or optimize macOS Big Sur, such as IT professionals, technicians, help desk specialists, and ardent Mac users. 

    The book was co-authored by HCS Technology Group’s Adam Karneboge. 

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  • HCS Apps are ARM & Big Sur Compatible

    At WWDC 2020, Apple announced they will be using the ARM chips for future Macs. While testing the new chip and coming OS, HCS apps are compatible with the upcoming chip and Big Sur.

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  • HCS Technology Group and COVID-19

    As HCS begins to prepare for an eventual return to on-site work at facilities, we are taking a number of steps to maintain a safe and healthy workplace for everyone. Although we may not be asked to return to your facility for a number of months, or longer, we thought it might be helpful to share our guidelines so you can be prepared.

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  • Jamf Fitness Review

    Let HCS Technology Group perform a fitness review 
on your Jamf Pro server.

    Has your Jamf Pro server gone though many different Jamf Pro Administrators? Do you have a complete understanding of exactly how your Jamf Pro sever is configured?  If not, Let HCS Technology Group preform a health check on your Jamf Pro Server.

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  • Establish your first Mac deployment

    Setting up and deploying Mac computers in today’s business environment has never been simpler. HCS Technology Group will help you implement a Mac proof of concept (POC) efficiently and aligned with best practices for easily deploying Mac in your organization.

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  • HCS Mobility: iOS 14 and iPadOS Ready

    With the proliferation of mobile devices and the consumerization of IT, corporate networks are becoming more challenging to manage and more at-risk every day. The days of a static, one-size-fits-all policy applied to company-owned assets are over. Today, IT departments need to understand what devices are trying to connect to their networks, so they can provide convenient, secure access to those that are authorized, including personal iPads and smartphones.

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Apple Is Now an Antifragile Company    Apple’s Q3 2021: Still Making Money Hand Over Fist    Apple Justifies iOS App Store’s Tight Control in White Paper    Apple Opens Public Betas for macOS 12 Monterey, iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15    2021 Apple Design Award Winners    The Real System Requirements for Apple’s 2021 Operating Systems    Craig Federighi Discusses Apple’s New Privacy Features    Ten Cool New Features Introduced at WWDC 2021    Ten “It’s About Time!” Features from WWDC 2021    Things Learned from the Epic Games v. Apple Lawsuit    Apple Announces Upcoming Accessibility Features    EU Charges Apple with Antitrust Violations after Spotify Complaint    Apple’s Jaw-Dropping Q2 2021 by the Numbers    Apple’s Spring Loaded Appetizers: Apple Card Family, Podcast Subscriptions, and a Purple iPhone    Apple Event Scheduled for 20 April 2021    Kara Swisher Interviews Tim Cook about Privacy, App Store Policies, and His Future at Apple    Apple’s Second Virtual WWDC Set for June 7–11    Apple Maps Now Lists COVID-19 Vaccination Sites    Apple Publishes Collection of Privacy Labels for Its Apps    The Mystery of Dustin Curtis’s Locked Apple ID    Don’t Go to 11: Insights from the Apple Hearing Study    How Tim Cook Steered Apple to New Heights… and Dependence on China    Apple in 2020: The Six Colors Report Card    Apple’s Data Privacy Day Touts Privacy Efforts    Apple Weathers the Storm to Shatter Records in Q1 2021    Apple Celebrates Black History Month    Tracking Down “Apple Beige”    Apple Launches New Racial Equity and Justice Initiative Projects    App Store Wars: Facebook vs. Apple, Publishers vs. Apple, Apple vs. Brave    Apple Releases Apple Fitness+, macOS 11.1 Big Sur, iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, and tvOS 14.3

Getting Started on macOS

Whether you are new to the Mac or upgraded from an older operating system, the Getting Started Series will provide you insight on how to get the most out of your Mac. The series will show you how to configure and customize the user interface, master gestures, sharing your Mac with other users, securing your Mac as well as achieving fluency with applications such as Mail, iCal, and Preview.

HCS Technology Group is offering 2 different Getting Started Guides:  macOS Mojave and macOS Catalina.

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