Category Archives: Information Technology (IT)
Recent exploit patched… Apple released one of the final updates to Yosemite, 10.10.5, at the end of last week. This update includes a patch for the DYLD_PRINT_TO_FILE exploit recently reported, which could give hackers superuser access to your Mac. If you have not done so already, please make sure your Mac is on 10.10.5. But, a
Adobe’s Flash is swiss cheese. It’s poorly written and frequently exploited. Some especially ugly exploits of late. https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsa15-04.html Adobe has been left scrambling to patch. Again. Flash is Finally Dead For all the developers that have begged and pleaded for Flash to die, the day is finally here. Even for those that have stubbornly hung on
iOS9 has some handy updates that will leave you wondering… “Why didn’t it always do that?”. The big stories are battery life, saving space, split screen, and “Proactive” (ugh) menus. The bonus features; add iCloud attachments to Mail dynamic keyboard that shows active case search in Settings Go back to app button from Notification El Capitan
As mentioned in an earlier blog post by Tami, the days of everyone using iPhoto to collect and organize their photos is coming to a close. All indications is that when OS X 10.10.3 comes out (likely in early April), both iPhoto and Aperture will be replaced by the new Photos application. Most reviews read
Photos on the desktop will replace both iPhoto and Aperture. Here is a first look a the replacement. http://www.macworld.com/article/2891146/get-your-hands-on-photos-for-os-x-with-yosemite-10-10-3-public-beta-release.html The Beta is open to everyone. Sign up for the Yosemite Beta Program here; https://appleseed.apple.com/sp/betaprogram/redemption
Congratulations to Nicole on earning Technical Coordinator Certificate for Mac OSX 10.9! A step above Support Professional, Technical Coordinator certification includes more advanced topics such as Mac OSX Server.