macOS 13.0.1 is the first small security update to Ventura, although it still seems large. What’s going on, and where are macOS updates heading?
Running Linux on an Apple silicon Mac may now be straightforward, but it presents challenges for installation and management.
Running a Mac as a server supports all the features of HFS+ and APFS, services such as Content Caching, and spares us from learning Linux. But does it work?
The first version of its predecessor, NetInfo, also handled DNS lookups. When they failed, users found they were locked out of everything else. This has improved!
Last week, most of the servers around the world were found to have a serious vulnerability which is trivial to exploit. Even iCloud was affected. How does it affect you?
Failure to send outgoing mail to an SMTP server is an occasional problem which can be tricky to solve. Here are some clues, and a magic solution.
Apple says that macOS Server is changing, then warns that almost all its services will be removed. After 19 years, is this the end?
The old bug in macOS Sierra, which has been present since its first release last year, resulting in […]
This bug disrupts Time Machine backups and all the dozens of activities which macOS manages. It may make Sierra unsuitable for use in servers.
Apple’s growing success in enterprise is not just the result of good partners. And it has some curious side-effects.