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Friday March 20

Mac Basics: Use Mail on your Mac

Use OS X Mail to compose, reply to, and store email on your Mac. 

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Get help using iCloud storage

Get help upgrading or downgrading your iCloud storage.

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About iTunes Store pre-orders

You can pre-order music and movies from the iTunes Store prior to the public release date.

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Open Directory: Enabling SSL for Open Directory wi...

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) can be enabled to provide encrypted communications between an Open Directory Master, Replica, and the computers that access the LDAP directory domain. SSL uses a digital certificate to provide a certified identity for the servers. You can use a self-signed certificate or a certificate obtained from a certificate authority.

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How to disinfect the Apple internal or external ke...

Learn how to disinfect your Apple internal or external keyboard, trackpad, and/or mouse.

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Search with Spotlight

You can use Spotlight to search for content on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. To use Spotlight, swipe down on your home screen to reveal the search field.

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About Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable (2.0 m)

Learn more about Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable (2.0 m) and find answers to frequently asked questions, including the proper usage of Thunderbolt cables.

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Force Touch APIs in OS X 10.10.3

The Force Touch trackpad in the all new MacBook and updated 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display has built-in force sensors for a new level of interactivity and control within your apps. Use Force Touch APIs, including Force click, pressure sensitivity, and accelerators, to add a new dimension to your app’s user experience. Learn more about Force Touch.

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Force Touch APIs in OS X 10.10.3

The Force Touch trackpad in the all new MacBook and updated 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display has built-in force sensors for a new level of interactivity and control within your apps. Use Force Touch APIs, including Force click, pressure sensitivity, and accelerators, to add a new dimension to your app’s user experience. Learn more about Force Touch.

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Adobe Flash Player updates available for OS X on M...

Adobe Flash Player updates address a recently identified Adobe Flash Player web plug-in vulnerability.

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New Microsoft Office for Mac and iOS Accreditation...

I recently got the announcement of the new official Microsoft Office Accreditation through MacTech. I was lucky enough to sit in on the previous version of this, so thought I’d push out the information on it. It’s attached to the MacTech Pro Events that MacTech has been running:

As you know, Microsoft released a public preview of Office 2016 for Mac. MacTech and Microsoft have created a new accreditation for Apple techs called “Microsoft Office for Mac and iOS Accredited Support Professional, 2015.” Prior to the public Office 2016 announcement, we did a preview of this new course under NDA in Seattle earlier this month.
We’re now announcing the new accreditation — which covers not only Office for Mac (2011 and 2016), but also Office for iOS and Office 365. In short, anyone that supports others using Microsoft Offie on OS X or iOS should get attend and get... | Read more »

Support corner webcast: Outlook connectivity with...

Join us this Tuesday, March 24 at 9 a.m. PST/12 p.m. ET, when we will talk about MAPI over HTTP, which is a new transport used to connect Outlook and Exchange. We will also discuss some troubleshooting tips and tricks.
To add the webcast to your calendar, visit Office 365| Summit Events.
Nagesh Mahadev started at Microsoft about 14 years ago on the Exchange Messaging team and worked with some of Microsoft’s largest premier customers to resolve mission critical and highly complex issues that involve their messaging infrastructures. Focused on cloud technologies for a few years, Nagesh authored several guided walk-through’s and blogs.  
Jon Bradley started at Microsoft as a contractor in late 1999 on the PPS Exchange 24×7 team and became a full-time employee or “Blue Badge” in April of 2000.... | Read more »

Office 365 news roundup

Microsoft makes some of the world’s most popular productivity tools, but we know from experience that true productivity is sometimes an elusive goal.
Would it surprise you to learn that the average knowledge worker today spends “an estimated 28 percent of the workweek managing email and nearly 20 percent looking for internal information or tracking down colleagues who can help with specific tasks?” Those are the facts, according to the McKinsey Global Institute. That means many highly skilled professionals are devoting almost half their working hours to routine tasks rather than focusing on creative, innovative work. That’s one reason why we spend so much of our time improving Office 365 and our other productivity tools to make them even more useful and efficient.
During the past couple of weeks, we have highlighted a number of new features, updates and improvements to... | Read more »

Thursday March 19

Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 038 on Share...
Office 365—monthly Dev Digest for March

This month’s Office 365 Dev Digest was written by Jeremy Thake, technical product manager for the Office 365 Dev team.
Welcome to the first monthly Dev Digest designed to help you—the Office 365 developer—keep up-to-date with what’s new in Office 365 development. Our team discussed doing this based on feedback from the Yammer Network community. We understand people want various ways to keep up with what’s new in our dev world beyond engaging on the Yammer O365 dev groups on a daily basis; following along on the weekly podcast hosted by myself or attending our major conferences twice a year for a wrap-up of where we are. The monthly Dev Digest was conceived from this understanding and feedback.
In the future, keep an eye out for the monthly Dev Digest on the third Thursday of every month.

Announcing the 2nd... | Read more »

Sammamish High School—six months of OneNote Class...

Today’s post was written by Bill Palmer, Ed.D, curriculum developer at Sammamish High School (Bellevue School District, WA).
Sammamish High School is a public, neighborhood high school serving 950 students in a diverse suburb of Seattle. Our students come from 53 different countries and speak 42 different languages. Sammamish prides itself on having a collaborative approach to problem-solving, a commitment to teacher leadership, and a focus on college and career readiness for all students. Over the last five years, we have been shifting to a problem-based learning (PBL) in every content area (for more information about PBL check out this case study).
On the second day of school we distributed laptops with digital ink capacity to all of our students. Within a... | Read more »

Office 365 ProPlus—IT Control and Management updat...

This post was written by Amesh Mansukhani, senior technical product manager for Office 365 ProPlus and Alistair Speirs, senior operations program manager for Office 365 deployment.
On March 16th, Kirk Koenigsbauer announced the IT Pro and Developer preview for Office 2016. We encourage you to download the Office 2016 Preview, keeping in mind that this is an early release showcasing a limited number of features, with additional features available for preview over the next several months. Today, we’ll discuss the IT Control and Management capabilities specifically around deployment and upgrade management for enterprise environments.
When we released Office 365 ProPlus, we focused on reducing the burden of traditional software deployment by making Office deployment fast and easy, so it’s always up–to-date, just like you expect from a cloud service. At the same time, we... | Read more »

Wednesday March 18

Part 1: Interviewing Pepijn Bruienne

I count myself very lucky that I got to interview Pepijn Bruienne, who interviewed me some time ago. Both, on the AFP548 podcast. Here’s the first part of me interviewing Pepijn!

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Download the new Salesforce App for Outlook

Everyday millions of people around the world use Outlook and Salesforce to help run their businesses. In Office 2013, we introduced Apps for Office to let our partners add capabilities to Office to extend it and integrate it with the services our users use every day to help them be even more productive in Office.
Today, as part of our ongoing strategic partnership with Salesforce, the new Salesforce App for Outlook was announced to give users a great new way to work with Salesforce right from within Outlook. This lets users view Salesforce contacts, leads, accounts and opportunities in the context of an email from a customer. Salesforce for Outlook works with Outlook 2013, Office 365, Outlook for Mac and the Outlook Web App (OWA).

You can read the full announcement from Salesforce as well as more about the... | Read more »

Sway guest blog: musician, web sensation and mille...

Today’s post was written by guest blogger musician, web-sensation and millennial futurist Daria Musk.
I’m a singer whose voice accidentally launched a thousand lines of code. A girl who grew up in the woods, singing for the trees but one day, opened her laptop and found a forest of friends and fans waiting to be known. My music has always sown the seeds of my dreams, but new technologies have been the thing that’s made them bloom. With video chats hacked into live interactive global concerts, I’ve toured the world without leaving my bedroom. Then I’ve gotten on planes to touch stages in those cities I’d only seen through computer screens.
As a millennial I’m a digital native, but I’m only an honorary tech geek. My amazing community of fans hold my hands and together we’ve bushwhacked a new path into the music industry, through social networks and... | Read more »

Skype for Business is here—and this is only the be...

Today’s post was written by Zig Serafin, corporate vice president for the Skype for Business team.
Enabling people to connect with one another is central to Microsoft’s mission to reinvent productivity and help people make the most of every moment. For us, connecting people means delivering experiences capable of conveying all forms of human expression—verbal, written, visual and emotional. In today’s modern workplace, productivity will increasingly be centered on conversations, whether in writing, in person, via phone or video conference call. People need communications tools that allow them to express themselves in the most natural and approachable way possible, and that work the way they do—fluidly across locations and devices.
Together with our customers and partners, Microsoft has transformed enterprise communications. Over 100 million people now use Microsoft Lync to communicate for work, with 79 percent of U.S. enterprises currently using or planning to... | Read more »

Tuesday March 17

Apple security updates

This document outlines security updates for Apple products.

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About the security content of Safari 8.0.4, Safari...

This document describes the security content of Safari 8.0.4, Safari 7.1.4, and Safari 6.2.4.

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Use AirPlay to wirelessly stream content from your...

With AirPlay, you can stream music, photos, and videos to your Apple TV, or stream music to your AirPort Express or AirPlay-enabled speakers. And with AirPlay Mirroring, you can display your iOS screen on your Apple TV.

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Laundry innovator wrings insights and productivity...

Today’s post about Office 365 was written by John Buccola, chief information officer at WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems.
I had been on the job barely a week when WASH made its biggest acquisition ever: Coinamatic, Canada’s largest multifamily laundry service. Overnight, our company grew by a third, and I had to do my part to get email and other services to our 300 new team members as quickly as possible—connecting them to the culture and the business.
It hasn’t slowed down since.
WASH Multifamily Laundry Systems installs washers and dryers in apartment complexes, military bases, college dorms and other multifamily settings. We’ve grown like crazy since the company was founded in 1947, doubling in the past five years. Today we have more than half a million installed machines in 75,000 locations throughout the United States and Canada. Five million people do their... | Read more »

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Pie In The Sky: A Pizza Odyssey (Games)
Pie In The Sky: A Pizza Odyssey 1.0 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $2.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: A game about delivering pizza. In space. | Read more »
Chosen Gives Hopeful Singers, Songwriter...
If YouTube videos and reality TV shows like The Voice have taught us one thing, it’s that there are a lot of people out there who are anxious to show the world their talents. And if they’ve taught us a second thing, it’s that there’s an almost equally sizable group of people who are anxious to judge those hopefuls. What’s interesting about Chosen... | Read more »
Android's Popular OfficeSuite Now A...
Once only available for Android devices, OfficeSuite has finally landed on the app store. The Mobile Systems app lets you view, edit, create, and share Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents as well as convert them to/from PDFs. It's touted as being like having a desktop on your phone. OfficeSuite supports Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, and... | Read more »
Warhammer: Arcane Magic is Coming Soon,...
Turbo Tape Games has announced that they're joining forces with Games Workshop to bring the turn-based strategy board game, Warhammer: Arcane Magic, to life on the iOS. | Read more »
Fast & Furious: Legacy's Creati...
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N-Fusion and 505's Ember is Totally...
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These are All the Apple Watch Apps and G...
The Apple Watch is less than a month from hitting store shelves, and once you get your hands on it you're probably going to want some apps and games to install. Fear not! We've compiled a list of all the Apple Watch apps and games we've been able to find so far. Games Rules! By TheCodingMonkeys App Store Description: RULES! is a cute puzzle game... | Read more »
Appy to Have Known You - Lee Hamlet Look...
Being at 148Apps these past 2 years has been an awesome experience that has taught me a great deal, and working with such a great team has been a privilege. Thank you to Rob Rich, and to both Rob LeFebvre and Jeff Scott before him, for helping me to grow as a writer and for giving me the opportunity to write about what I love: playing innovative... | Read more »
Hands-On With Allstar Heroes - A Promisi...
Let’s get this out of the way quickly. Allstar Heroes looks a lot like a certain other recent action RPG release, but it turns out that while it’s not yet available here, Allstar Heroes has been around for much longer than that other title. Now that copyright row is out of the way, I can say that Allstar Heroes seems pretty fun. It’s not out here... | Read more »
Macho Man and Steve Austin Join the Rank...
WWE Immortals, by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and WWE, has gotten a superstar update. You'll now have access to Macho Man Randy Savage and Steve Austin. Both characters have two different versions: Macho Man Randy Savage Renegade or Macho King, and Stone Cold Steve Austin Icebound Watcher or Texas Rattlesnake. | Read more »
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