I recently upgraded my 2 generation old Mac Book Pro to a new Retina Mac Book Pro and inadvertently found a way to increase security of the device. I thought it was originally a bug, but after discussing with several Apple Technicians, what I did, while inadvertently is by design. In essence, I added a secondary login screen to my Retina Mac Book Pro with each requiring a different set of credentials. But how did this happen and is it worth the extra layer of protection? Continue reading Retina MacBook Pro with Extra Security
Originally posted on March 26th. Updated for the Holiday Season!
I was in the market for a new Laptop, given that mine is at least 3 years old and starting to show its age with non-working USB ports, one blown power supply, and failing batteries. My requirements are slightly above the average:
Any laptop must be able to run the following at the same time within a hosted virtualization solution such as VMware Workstation or Fusion.
- VMware vSphere ESX 4
- VMware vSphere ESX 4i
- VMware vCenter Server on Windows 2008
- Virtual Storage Appliance (I use OpenFiler at the moment)
- Development Environment for my security script Continue reading Moving from Windows 7 to Mac OS Snow Leopard (Updated)