Mesh for Mac

Looks like the Mac Live Mesh client has been released – despite the ‘Microsoft Confidential – Internal Use Only’ lable at the bottom of the installation window :) Anyways, here it is: Update:  I may have spoken to soon there… although the client installed properly, once it started it asks for an update but […]

Emailing iPhone configurations

Yesterday I was having a conversation with someone about the iPhone configuration utility and heard a comment asking why the iPhone allows settings to be emailed to the device.  What they meant was that if your device is un-configured it wouldn’t have any email accounts to receive the settings – a chicken and egg kinda […]

Apple Mac’s in Active Directory

I just found this pretty good video on the apple site describing – at a high level – Mac integration with Active Directory. For someone from a Windows background (like me) it’s worth a look.  It’s also interesting to see the difference in style between the Apple and MS.  Given the brand personas of […]

iPhone Web Configuration Utility

Apple have just released the new configuration utilities for the new iPhones.  As I covered a few weeks ago, these will allow enterprises to develop specific configuration files for iPhones within their infrastructures.  It’s a very welcome move, like many businesses I’ve certainly seen a number of business requests for iPhones and the prospect of […]