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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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  • macOS Support Essentials 10.15

    This is the official curriculum of the Apple Catalina 101: OS X Support Essentials 10.15 course and preparation for Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.15 certification–as well as a top-notch primer for anyone who needs to support, troubleshoot, or optimize macOS Catalina. 

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

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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 Drops App Store Commission to 15% for Small Developers    Apple to Close Out 2020 with “One More Thing”    Is Apple Building Its Own Search Engine?    Apple’s Q4 2020 Marks Record Revenues but Lower Profits as Mac and iPad Boom    Insiders Explain Apple’s Unusual Organizational Structure    Apple Announces “Hi, Speed” Event for 13 October 2020    Apple Subscriptions Expand with Apple Fitness+, Apple One Bundles    Apple Schedules September 2020 Event, Likely for the Apple Watch and iPad Air    Read Apple’s 2020 Environmental Progress Report    Developers v. Apple: Outlining Complaints about the App Store    Anecdotes about New Apple Fellow Phil Schiller and Marketing Chief Greg Joswiak    Apple Q3 2020 Breaks Records While the World Burns, Next iPhone to Be Fashionably Late    Apple Expands Partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities    Apple’s Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak Appear on The Talk Show    Apple Reportedly Canceling Some Apple Arcade Games and Changing Direction    Apple’s 2020 Apple Design Awards Snub the Mac Again    Serenity Caldwell Summarizes the WWDC Keynote in Under 90 Seconds    How to Report Bugs to Apple So They Get Fixed    How to Request Access to a Deceased Family Member’s Apple Accounts    Apple Announces WWDC 2020 Schedule    Apple Statements and Actions on #BlackLivesMatter    Apple Announces Plans to Reopen Retail Stores    Need a New Mac, iPad, or Apple Watch? You May Have to Wait    Apple’s Virtual WWDC to Start June 22nd    Apple’s Q2 2020 Was a “Very Different Quarter” Than Expected    Apple and Google Partner for Privacy-Preserving COVID-19 Contact Tracing and Notification    Apple Acquires Dark Sky Weather Service and App    Responding to COVID-19, Apple Closes All Stores Outside China    Apple Moves WWDC Entirely Online    Thoughts and Recommendations Surrounding COVID-19

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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