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Mac Aid News

With this financial year drawing to a close, it may not be a bad idea to start planning your IT goals for the next year.

We have a few projects lined up at this current point in time, but are more than happy to discuss and help you achieve your IT dream.
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Tax Time 2017

If your business turns over less than 10 million dollars per year, and you are looking at  purchasing  some new assets up to $20K( per item) you can  still use the Simplified depreciation method, which the Tax office introduced last year, to Immediately claim back the depreRead More...

WWDC Roundup

Apple did not disappoint this year at WWDC. They announced some big changes that will be rolled out to devices later this year.

Apple have rolled out a new range of iPads (10.5-inch iPad Pro), announced the iMac Pro, is set to release the iPhone 8 at some point this yeaRead More...

Mac Aid News – Two Factor Authentication

We at Mac Aid have found that an increasing number of people have enabled Two Factor Authentication on their devices. Whilst this isn’t necessarily a bad thing,some client seem to have done it without realising, or really wanting it enabled.

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WWDC 2017

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just around the corner, and with it comes the promise of new goodies.
Starting on Monday the 5th June, Apple will take to the stage and introduce the exciting lineup of gadgets and gizmos we’ll be able to get our handRead More...

iOS Wonderful Widgets

iOS widgets can put loads of useful data at your fingertips. A simple swipe to the right on your iPhone’s Home screen brings up the Today view. A place where widgets live and give you a quick glance at info from your favourite apps

If you’re using iOS 10 and you’vRead More...

Time to upgrade Microsoft Office

For those who are still running Microsoft’s Office 2011 for Mac rather than 2016 or Office 365, it’s probably time to bite the bullet and upgrade your software.
Microsoft has announced that they will no longer be supporting Office 2011 after October 10, 2017.

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