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We administer Google for Work, Office 365, Zimbra, Zoho, and other email providers — allowing our clients to send and receive tens of thousands of emails, and calendar events every month. We can help.
From the simple home network to the enterprise setup with VPN, threat management and everything in between, we know networks.
We travel all over Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties to serve our customers. We can be at your location quickly, minimizing downtime, and maximizing productivity.
As files and apps become more mobile, people are able to work from anywhere. We can help keep you up and running no matter where you are with quick and easy remote support.
Flexible, Experienced, and Knowledgeable
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Mark A. Norman
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Updates from the Big Man team
When Apple announced the iMac Pro (arriving in December) this week at WWDC, I was excited then immediately discouraged by the price. Starting at $4999?! That’s nuts! But then people started tallying up what was actually included in the iMac Pro. Much of the actual numbers are unknown still, but Apple did let several specifics[…]
iOS 10.2.1 is now available as an over-the-air update for iOS users. Apple has not published detailed release notes, meaning this is a security update and bug fix update. We recommend updating to 10.2.1 if you are already running iOS 10 on your device. More info about this update on MacRumors.com.
The “today” view in iOS 10 has quickly become one of our favorite new iPhone features. It allows quick and easy access to some of the most useful parts of some of our favorite apps. Check out our Facebook Live video from last week to see how to use the Today view. After you watch it, leave[…]
Here at Big Man, we have been using a 3rd party app to manage email on iPhone ever since Mailbox was in it’s invite-only beta. For those that remember, Mailbox was the perfect mail app. It popularized gestures for snoozing messages, quick categorization, and the idea of getting to “inbox zero,” the name for the often-elusive[…]
USB C is the future of wired computer connectivity. Apple’s new MacBook Pros, announced last month, only have USB C connectors. If you buy one of the fancy new MacBook Pro models, chances are you’re going to need an adapter or two to connect to your devices. Here are what look like the most useful USB[…]
Now that macOS Sierra and watchOS 3.0 have been released, you can use your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac — retaining the security of your Mac, but having only to enter your password when you restart. This is one of the macOS Sierra/watchOS 3 features we have been most excited about at Big Man.[…]
iOS 10 was announced in June of 2016 and will be released tomorrow, September 13, 2016. Some of the noteworthy changes to iOS include a new way to unlock the phone, a redesigned notification center, and lots of bells and whistles within iMessage. Also new in iOS 10 is an app called Home, which centralizes[…]
There are a lot of actually useful things you can do with Siri. In our video, we highlight our favorites. To text a group of people, just tell Siri, “Send a text to Tom, Steve, and Jane saying Hey Guys, what time are we meeting for lunch?” The same trick works for email. One[…]
In November of 2015 a new kind of internet threat emerged, this one from within Apple’s “walled garden” of the App Store. InstaAgent rose to popularity in November as it promised Instagram users the ability to easily see the top users and commenters on their profile. It was discovered by Peppersoft developer David L-R that InstaAgent[…]
Honeywell recently revamped it’s Lyric smart thermostat to include support for HomeKit, Apple’s home automation framework. This is unique, as Nest, which is king of the mountain Lyric is trying to climb, is now owned by Google, and won’t feature HomeKit support anytime soon. The added features of HomeKit mean that users can control their[…]