Tag Archives: network
macOS Mojave Kills Back to My...
Back to My Mac is an iCloud feature that allows users to network remotely with other Macs. We’ve written at length about the benefits of the Back to My...

Keeping Your Mac Secure Part 3:...
Join Erica as she closes out our Mac Security series with information on using the Mac’s built-in firewall, antivirus software needs, using VPN services if you utilize public networks...

Wi-Fi Logo Tips for Travelers: Staying Safe On...
Rocket Yard Contributor Steve Sande is out of the country on a great adventure, so he’ll be providing readers with a lot of helpful tips over the next month...


Tech Tip: Finding and Changing Your...
Every network card in your Mac, whether it’s for Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or even Thunderbolt, has been assigned a unique identifier called a Media Access Control or MAC address. This address...

Tell Us Your Thoughts And Win
How many times a day do you wish you could tell people exactly what you think? I mean exactly what you think. That guy who cut you off in...

Speed Time Machine Past 88MPH Over...
As far as backup strategies go, Time Machine is a pretty good addition to your backup strategy. You get hourly backups, can go back and retrieve accidentally-deleted files and...

AirPort Apparently Not The Best Place...
We’ve gotten a couple of emails from readers wondering how to get Time Machine to work with an AirPort. Well… theoretically, getting the DeLorean up to 88 miles per...


Mike Bombich of Carbon Copy Cloner...
OWC Radio host Tim Robertson has an interview with the developer of Carbon Copy Cloner, Mike Bombich. A very fun interview, and one of the first Mike has done...

Upgrade Your Wireless Network for 2010
Whether or not you made wireless networking a resolution for 2010, we’ve got some super deals that make it easy (and price attractive) to upgrade to fast, wireless network...