MacTechnologies Consulting has been providing Macintosh help to individuals and businesses in
the tri-state area since 1993, assisting with everything from setup to installation to custom
application development. We want to form long-term relationships and become a resource for everything from simple questions to providing a calm voice during late-night emergencies.
We pride ourselves on our rapid response and ability to give clear, concise answers to your most complicated questions. Call us today at (212) 201-1465.
posted on October 14, 2016
I needed a VPN server.
Well, that’s not exactly true. I had a VPN server through software running on my everyday Mac. I had set it up years ago using voodoo tricks I gleaned from the Internet, and happily used it to protect my data whenever I was connected to a public network. It worked like a charm, but only if my desktop Mac was not asleep. This was not an issue when I had a Mac Pro that was always awake, but became problematic when I replaced it with an iMac that slept after 10 minutes. If I forgot to turn off its snoozing before I left the premises, I was out of luck. So I needed a better VPN server.
posted on February 24, 2014
A patch to iOS (7.06 and 6.1.6) yesterday revealed a deep-seated security flaw within both iOS and Mavericks (OS X 10.9 and 10.9.1). You can read about the flaw here and here, but what it comes down to is a typo by one of the Apple engineers.
posted on January 24, 2014
As of February 1, 2014, I will no longer be doing day-to-day consulting.
I started in this business in 1992 with just my love of computers in general and Macs specifically. Along the way, I’ve met a lot of great people, many of whom I now count among my friends, and enjoyed much success. But after almost 22 years, it feels like it’s time for a change.