MacVoices #20150: How Lockdown Will Affect Tech In Business Going Forward (2)

The second part of our conversation about how Lockdown has and will affect business going forward features more opinions and experiences from Mark FuccioBarry FulkMike T. Rose, and host Chuck Joiner. Topics include changes in logistics, robotics, friction in the online food ordering experiences, contactless payments, and more.

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MacVoices #20149: How Lockdown Will Affect Tech In Business Going Forward (1)

Lockdown has brought lots of changes to the way businesses conduct their operations. Some of those changes will be long-standing if not permanent. In a wide-ranging discussion, Mark FuccioBarry FulkMike T. Rose, and host Chuck Joiner cover their personal experiences and observations on topics such as business travel, hardware capability and availability, face-to-face interactions, more paperless-ness, digital signatures, and more. (Part 1 of a 2-part conversation)

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MacVoices #20148: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Apple Mail For The Fifth Time (2)

The second part of our discussion with Joe Kissell, the author of Take Control of Apple Mail,5th edition focuses on how Joe extends the capabilities of the program by using third party utilities, some of the necessary but annoying security interruptions imposed on Mail, and why email (and other technical aspects of macOS, iOS, and iPadOS) still represents challenges to less technical users.

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MacVoices #20147: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Apple Mail For The Fifth Time (1)

Joe Kissell has updated Take Control of Apple Mail to the 5th edition. In the first part of our discussion, Joe outlines some of the nastier bugs in Apple Mail, including one that can lose data, explains why you may want to avoid column view, and why recovering a specific message from your backups can be a challenge. He discusses the evolution of the program, and why it is both powerful and frustrating.

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This edition of MacVoices is supported by MacPaw, the makers of CleanMyMac XYour Mac. Good as new. Find out more and get your copy at MacPaw.com/podcast.