MacTech magazine takes a technical approach to the world of Apple products, and its BootCamp seminars are a great place to get educated and network. But this year's BootCamp II will offer another way for anyone working in the consulting or IT field to better themselves. A day prior to each 2013 event, you can get certified in Microsoft Office for Mac.
If you're someone absolutely obsessed with getting the best performance from your Mac, or understanding its abilities inside and out, MacTech Magazine is a good place to start. Beyond its various community events, MacTech really digs into Apple's hardware. Today, the 'zine's site benchmarks two of the most popular virtualization options for Mac OS X.
Have you grabbed your tickets for MacTech Conference 2012 yet? Well, if you've stayed asleep at the wheel up until this point, now's a great time to register for what's sure to be an excellent few days for Apple developers, IT professionals, and consultants.
We all know that social media is a powerful force, but can it be used to launch a satellite into orbit? That's what MacTech magazine and Southern Stars are hoping as they seek donations to launch SkyCube into space next year.
Here you are: either a great fan of Apple, or someone that wants to do more, and you've decided that you want to be an Apple consultant. Wouldn't it be great to make a living supporting users, small to medium sized business, and more. How would you go about doing that? We reached out to Neil Ticktin, Editor-in-Chief of MacTech Magazine to ask the question.
Our pals at MacTech Magazine have just taken the wraps off their 2012 event schedule, and it’s big! How big? Let’s just say there are more events than there are months on the calendar… that kind of big! But don’t worry, the fun doesn’t kick off until the middle of February so there’s plenty of time to schedule an event near you.
Not sure how to utilize all the latest innovations in mobile device management? With Apple finally releasing updates to iOS over-the-air, now's the time to really sink your teeth into this new technology. MacTech is offering a free primer all about it, now available.
The free primer covers topics ranging from a complete overview of mobile device management, followed by how to implement it into your daily computing life, how to configure your favorite devices and more! The primer is written by Senior System Engineer and Apple Certified Trainer Russell Poucher of Creative Resources Technology Group and edited by MacTech's staff.
The first full week of November is here, and with it comes a time change for those of us in the United States who gained an extra hour of sleep on Sunday morning. Unfortunately, we don’t feel any more rested, which is why we were up early this morning seeking out all the news that you’ll want to read about for this fine Monday, November, 7, 2011.
As a MacLife reader, we've arranged for you to get a special discount -- on us! -- for this year's event. Just a couple of weeks away, MacTech Conference 2011 is November 2-4 at the Sheraton Universal in Los Angeles. This amazing event is well regarded in our industry not just for the content, but also for the opportunities to meet and interact with others.
Our good friends at MacTech magazine announced earlier this week that they were expanding their live-events series with new MacTech in-Depth one-day seminars. They already run the successful three-day MacTech Conference for IT Pros and Developers, and one-day MacTech Boot Camp events in cities around the country.