We’ve covered all our bases in terms of data security, but what about the physical security of our machine? What happens if we lose it, misplace it, or it gets stolen? Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to combat these scenarios, as well. Let’s take a look at the options.


Most all Macs include what’s known as a «Kensington Lock» port. This security port allows you to lock down your Mac using a simple cable that’s similar to a bicycle lock. You can get very fancy locks with all kinds of bells and whistles,

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iWork for everyone

Apple’s productivity suite is coming to the web with iWork for iCloud

Apple’s forays into cloud-based software have traditionally been limited to its own ecosystem, but the upcoming iWork for iCIoud marks one of Cupertino’s most direct attempts to compete with Microsoft and Google head-on. iWork’s transition to the cloud means that — much like Google Drive and Office 365 — the popular productivity suite will soon be available not only on Apple’s own computers, but also on Windows machines. That’s a significant shift for Apple — which has traditionally limited its cross-platform options to iTunes and the Safari browser

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