Apple

  • iOS 12 - An extra week, not extra-weak!

    Amongst other exciting new Apple product announcements yesterday, the release date for iOS 12 was confirmed to be 17 September 2018. Whilst the release of an iOS update can be an exciting time of year, sometimes things aren't quite perfect...

  • A new icon for Self Service on macOS

    The new Self Service experience is now available on managed Macs. As part of the update, the icon for Self Service has changed. You can now access the application by selecting the Sulis head in your Dock. If your icon has...

  • A new Self Service experience on macOS

    As part of our regular infrastructure upgrades, a new 'Self Service' experience will soon be available on managed Macs. You will be able to download and install applications in the same way as before, but the look and feel of...

  • macOS High Sierra, now available

    It's that time of year again! We're very happy to let you all know that macOS High Sierra has now been approved for installation on University-owned Macs. It took a bit longer this year for it to be made widely-available....

  • Skype for Business for Mac

    We're pleased to let you know that Microsoft have now released a Mac client for Skype for Business. This replaces the existing 'Microsoft Lync' client that was previously available. This client takes a huge step in bringing parity between our...

  • Good things come to those who wait...

    OS updates are big and exciting events these days (we look forward to them too!). Unlike years gone by, where you'd be sporting the same OS for 3-5 years, software manufacturers have become increasingly agile (and competitive), resulting in a...

  • Apple Mac & iOS Security - September 2016

    Last week, Apple released urgent security updates for all Mac and iOS products. We advise you to install these as best practice, in order to ensure the security of your devices. iOS 9.3.5 OS X 10.11.6  2016 - 001 (El Capitan)...

  • Essential security updates for Mac and iOS

    A critical vulnerability affecting both Apple iOS and OS X has been discovered that could attack a device simply through opening an infected image file. It is important that you update your Apple hardware as soon as possible so as...

  • To update or not to update....your mac or mobile

    You're in the middle of writing a document, drafting an email or simply watching Netflix and up comes a message letting you know there's an update available for your device. Many of us will always click 'later' which can lead to security vulnerabilities...