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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.
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Updates from the Big Man team
Apple has been making the argument for a long time that you can use the iPad for productivity but hasn’t backed that claim up with the necessary features in iOS. Until now, that is, with the new capabilities of iOS 11 on iPad. These changes mean that an iPad running iOS 11 is more like[…]
If you’re like me and waiting to replace your current iPhone with an iPhone X, you can still enjoy a whole lot of that “New and Improved!” experience with Apple’s iOS 11, which provides a host of new capabilities. There’s a lot to cover, and we have another article coming tomorrow about the iPad-specific changes[…]
At its highly anticipated product announcement event at the new Steve Jobs Theater, Apple didn’t disappoint. The big news was the revolutionary iPhone X, which eliminates the Home button and unlocks by recognizing your face. Apple also announced the evolutionary iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus; a cellular-capable Apple Watch Series 3; and the Apple[…]
I can’t think of anything more frustrating than fraudsters pretending to offer help to users, only to steal valuable personal information and payments for services not needed. Apple does a good job protecting its users, but as Apple products become more popular, the size of the target on macOS and iOS grows with it. Here’s[…]
It can be difficult to stay focused on a specific task in the Mail app when you keep getting distracted by incoming messages. Fortunately, you can reduce these distractions using the Filter feature that Apple added in macOS 10.12 Sierra and iOS 10—and you can look forward to working with it in the upcoming 10.13[…]
Are you ashamed of the mess on your Mac’s desktop? Do struggle to locate your files in your Mac? Sure, you’ve been meaning to organize your Mac, but you’ve also been meaning to floss twice a day, call your mother every Sunday, and cut out carbs. Here are the tools you need to get around[…]
iMessage is Apple’s “it just works” take on instant messaging. It’s baked into every device Apple sells, and adds new features regularly. From just about any Apple device, you can start a new conversation, enter someone’s phone number or email address, and start chatting. iMessage has many features not found in other messaging platforms, and[…]
We would never leave our dogs or children in a hot parked car, but did you know you your iPhone can also get damaged if it’s left in a hot parked car? iPhones are rated for use at up to 95℉ (which is 35℃ for you metric-types) and can be stored at up to 113℉[…]
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.