Monthly Archives: September 2017

Newsletter: September 30, 2017

Hi all, I am doing this from home – the first time in a while.  As you know I was out on the road for about 5 weeks.  Got to talk to a lot of customers and a lot of

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Moving to my new iPhone 8

Hi all, I moved from my old iPhone 7 to a new iPhone 8 last night.  I use an Apple Watch, and I use – a lot – Apple Pay so wanted to make sure I had no trouble with

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Upgrading to macOS High Sierra

This is a big upgrade in terms of there being a serious file system (AFPS) change – a very important change.  I have been using this new OS for quite some time on one of my old Macs – maybe

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Newsletter: September 24, 2017

Hello, This is written after a two hour nap, after flying from Cape Town, to Johannesburg, and finishing in Singapore.  11 hours in the air from JHB to SIN.  So long.  I am here only a few days and I

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iOS 11.0 is now GA

iOS just dropped and it is a big release.  Lots of new stuff. I have been using it for a while on an old iPAD and am pretty fond of it.  The files app, and the drag and drop are

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Newsletter: September 16, 2017

Hello everyone, I am in Cape Town – I really love South Africa and Cape Town – for an event and I am only struggling a little.  It was a 2 hour flight from BCN to FRA, and over 10

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Installing Veeam Agent for Linux

I wanted to get Veeam Agent for Linux (VAL) into my lab so I have a more complete lab so I can always show off stuff as need.  It turned out to be harder to do then expected.  So an

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