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.
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.
Although most people see the Apple TV as a consumer-focused device, it’s also extremely useful for digital signage and presentation display in business settings.
Did you know that you can copy and paste content between your Mac, iPhone, and iPad using Universal Clipboard? It should just work, but if not, read on to learn which underlying settings you should adjust.
An iPhone is an essential tool when traveling these days, and if you’re lucky enough to rent a car that supports CarPlay, you can use Maps and Music through the car’s touchscreen and speakers.
Every business we support that relies on Teams agrees it’s an incredible tool for communication and collaboration.
We’re full of clever tricks you can do with Teams. Here are three you might not have seen before.
It might be easier to repair vintage jeans than a vintage Mac. Read on if you want to understand Apple’s definitions of vintage and obsolete hardware and what they mean for support and repair.
You use Copy and Paste, but did you know that, with a clipboard utility, you can paste previously copied items and filter or edit data on the clipboard? Here are three utilities that supercharge copying and pasting:
Running iPhone and iPad apps on your Mac is no longer science fiction if you have an M1-based Mac. Read on for instructions on finding and installing these apps, and how to control them if a trackpad isn’t sufficient.
We’ve written a new guide about something called digital IT transformation. It’s how you use modern technology to bring on a revolution.
It’s what Netflix and Lego did… and Kodak famously didn’t. Read case studies about this, and how digital IT transformation affects businesses of every size, in our new guide.
It’s an ongoing effort to keep a community great, not a set it and forget it deal. In here we provide examples on how we ca nurture our technology and the people in our community.
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