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Established in 1984, MacTech Magazine is the only monthly magazine focused on Apple technology. Distributed in over 50 countries in print, MacTech is read by tens of thousands of technical Macintosh users ... from network administrators to programmers, from solution providers to Enterprise, and in general anyone that's interested in the Macintosh beyond the user level. Subscribe risk free today!

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Each month MacTech provides new content, featuring articles in all areas "tech" related to Apple products (which are all variants of Mac OS X). Just a taste... System administrators, network administrators, IT Pros, and consultants all find MacTech invaluable with articles about solving problems, implementing solutions, or just road testing the latest technologies.

Web development is also Apple development. Whether you're accessing a solution from or on a computer is becoming almost transparent, and Apple has made it pretty clear that the Apple will be at the front of new and developing Internet technologies. MacTech will be able to provide cutting edge content for web developers.

Multimedia technologies are Apple's strong suit. MacTech has provided articles on a variety of multimedia technologies. We plan to continue to explore and expand our coverage.

Programming articles, news, and how-to's are a big piece of MacTech's history. Applications developers will always be on the cutting edge of technology. These developers need the most reliable, most up to date, and most detailed information about new Macintosh technologies. They need to know what development tools are available, and how they measure up. MacTech will continue to provide those resources.

Systems developers are finding the Macintosh to be a powerful option for providing network solutions. From a single user, one operating system personal computer, Macintosh has expanded to serve just about every type of network content available and host multiple operating systems. Powerful system command and scripting languages like Perl and AppleScript allow administrators and users to provide system level solutions in a fraction of the time it would require to develop application level solutions.

Hardware technologies and standards are blossoming at Apple. Not too surprising, Apple is a hardware company and it had never been timid about taking the lead in emerging hardware technologies. MacTech delves deeper into these standards and technologies with an eye to their application to Macintosh techs of all kinds.

Each issue of MacTech provides how-to articles, regular features, industry news, conference reports, product reviews, the latest in shortcuts and insider secrets, and full source code listings available.

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