bSmart™ is BestMacs’ answer for anyone who wants to be a little smarter about working with and supporting Apple devices.  Here you’ll find training videos on Mac support basics, detailed how-tos on Apple and other IT topics, and our favorite quick tips.

If you need some advice beyond this, drop Brian a note at brian@bestmacs.com or schedule a free consultation.

bSmart™ members can also get threat and failure monitoring from their Macs and PCs using our Early Warning System – the same one we use to warn us about problems on our BNO™ and Best Practices™ client computers.  You can install it on unlimited devices for $60/month.  Contact us to get set up.

Single-Use Devices: It’s Time to Say Goodbye

Single-Use Devices: It’s Time to Say Goodbye

Single Use. What comes to mind when you read those 2 words? Paper plates, napkins (ok – I’m a bit hungry right now…) and office devices. Single-use devices, like stand-alone faxes for each worker, have lived their day and should ride into the sunset.

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Restrictive Access: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Restrictive Access: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been highlighting some tips and tricks to increase efficiency. Today we’ll shift the discussion to the topic of restrictive access so you can be ready to tackle your next project all while keeping your data safe from threats. I’d love to hear your thoughts after you’ve read the blog.

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Going on Vacation? Learn How to Write an Effective Out-of-Office Message

Going on Vacation? Learn How to Write an Effective Out-of-Office Message

Vacation season is upon us, and in-person conferences are opening up again. If you’re going away, make sure to write an effective out-of-office message so you don’t end up working remotely the entire time. We have tips at: https://bestmacs.com/going-on-vacation-learn-how-to-write-an-effective-out-of-office-message/

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Static vs. Dynamic Data – Which is Better and Why?

Static vs. Dynamic Data – Which is Better and Why?

“When I consider the words static and dynamic, static reminds me of TV and radio when I was a kid, and dynamic reminds me of superheroes (they have dynamic powers and personalities) – one is distracting and fuzzy, the other is pretty darn cool!” In this blog, I dive into static vs. dynamic – what it is and why you should care.

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Malware you show know about

Malware you show know about

Do you know your viruses from your worms? Your worms from your trojans? No? Read our new guide to malware. It’s been written so anyone can understand it.

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