Saturday, May 15, 2021

John Welch

CVS on the Mac Server: Versatile Versioning

Today, I’d like to talk about CVS on the Mac OS X server, and why I prefer Mac OS X Server as a CVS server...

Apple Adds Automation to Aperture

Apple recently released an update to Aperture, bringing it to version 1.5. Now, while Aperture itself is of little impact in the enterprise, this paragraph...

October’s Mac Networkers Retreat

Now, I know that in the past I've talked about how I'd like to see Apple come out with a more IT-focused conference than the WWDC, even...

From the WWDC: Leopard Server

So last column, we looked at the new hardware announcements and some of the announced new features in Leopard from the WWDC. This time, we'll look at...

From the WWDC, These Big Things Three

So the 2006 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference is complete, and contrary to some reports from the less clueful, it was not a dud, nor a disappointment. The...

Apple’s (Not Just A) Developers Summit

With the Apple Worldwide Developers Conferenceless than two weeks away, and this being the column before it, I thought it worth the time to talk about why...

A ‘Leopard’ Wish List

With the Apple World Wide Developers Conference, (WWDC)getting closer, and with it, the much anticipated preview of Mac OS X 10.5, aka "Leopard", the "What we want...

Remembering an Irreplaceable Mac Man

It’s rare that non-technical events bleed over into the world of bits, protocols, and group policy, but it does happen, and it did happen early in the...

Running Macs From a Windows Network

In my last column, I talked about how you can use Apple's client management tools to help lock down portable/removable media access on a Mac, and how...

Apple Simply ‘Gets’ Removable Media

Lately, I've been seeing a spate of articles and products designed to deal with the problem of removable media and drives. Now, this isn't a new problem....

Apple Users Deal with Intel Transition

With the Intel transition, there have been two issues that have cropped up quite a bit -- getting 64-bit chips from Intel and what about Altivec. Both of...

Updated Apple Remote Desktop a Cool Tool

On April 11, Apple released a major update to its primary client administration tool, Apple Remote Desktop. With this latest release -- Version 3 -- Apple added...

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