FIX – OS X YOSEMITE mail.app The Exchange Server “null” is not responding

Posted by:

I love my MAC. With the introduction of Hand Off I wanted to be able to move between

microsoft exchange osx yosemite mail.app

my Rivit Mail on my iphone to my Rivit Mail on my MAC workbook pro.  Easy enough – Right?   Not if your an office365 or exchange user.

Handoff currently only works with the OS X mail.app.  Outlook doesn’t support it yet.  Maybe when Microsoft gets around to updating Mac Office (come ...

Continue Reading →
18

79% of malicious attacks on mobile phones are on Android

Posted by:

Reading the news (http://tinyurl.com/q83helf ) this morning that showed some interesting statistics concerning malware on mobile devices.  I have yet to see an attack on my IPhone.  Come to think about it, I never saw an attack on my blackberry either.  But, according to statistics 79% of all malicious attacks happen on android devices.  That’s a huge number.  Especially when you compare it to Apples number of 0.7% of all attacks.

The article goes on to ...

Continue Reading →
2

Just got my Iphone 5

Posted by:

Iphone 5So I just got my Iphone 5.  Yup, I’m a Apple junky.   Ipad’s, Ipod touches, Macbook Pro, Nano’s, and Iphone are all over my office and house.   I sidestepped the jump to the 4S.  Didn’t think that Siri or a faster process was significant enough to make the jump.  But when the 5 was announced I jumped on the list with my service provider.  1 month later I get ...

Continue Reading →
0

iPad – 3 years later

Posted by:

In May, 2010 I picked up my first Ipad.  It was a first generation model.  32gb.  I bought it so that we could start expanding our mobile offering at metalogic.  My vision was to provide Insurance industry applications for the Ipad.

So here we are.  Three years later.  My Ipad has gotten daily use.  Its been charged over 1000+.  Its been taken on trips.  Its been used in meetings.  Its been used to read books, watch movies, play games, develop mind ...

Continue Reading →
0

Social Experiment – a bust…

Posted by:

So I was forced to go with out my Iphone.  I was resolved to go Old School.  It was tough.  I heard phantom rings and vibrations.  I kept checking my pockets so that I could get my Iphone and check for email.  But by the third day I started feeling good.  The sense of urgency to life was gone.  I spent more time getting things done, meeting with people face to face, actually being engaged in a conversation with out ...

Continue Reading →
0

My Social Experiment – Status so far….

Posted by:

If you read my Blog yesterday than you know that I’m “smartphoneless”.  My smartphone stopped working and I can’t get a replacement for a couple of days. So I’ve decided to rough it and go with out one.  I’ve decided to go old school and do things that way we used to do them.

Now I didn’t just lose my smartphone… I lost my Iphone.  That’s a huge difference.  TheMissing Iphone ...

Continue Reading →
2

My Social Experiment – No smartphone for 5 days.

Posted by:

Damaged IphoneOver the weekend my Iphone 4 Died.  I was able to get an appointment at the Apple Genius Bar fairly quickly.  Good thing I bought Apple Care.   They quickly decided that it was dead and would replace it free of charge.  The “Genius” then told me that they were out of stock.  Apple’s warranty states that they have to replace “like” for “like”.  That means – No Upgrades ...

Continue Reading →
2

RIM plans to open its network services to iPhones and Android.

Posted by:

Research In Motion (TSX:RIM.TO) stock price rose 7.6 per cent on Tuesday after they released plans to offer software to companies and governments that would open up its secure network to iPhones and other mobile devices. 

The service, named BlackBerry Mobile Fusion, will be available in March after a test run.

Ok., as all of you are probably aware of,  I’ve become a Iphone bigot.  Didn’t think I could, or would, ...

Continue Reading →
3

The move towards a Tablet world

Posted by:

Back in 1997 Lotus introduced Kona. Kona was a set of javabean based applets intended to help reduce the cost of developing and deploying business application on the internet. This would later evolve into Lotus E-suite. E-suite was billed as a way of providing users with the software that they needed when they needed it. IBM would later try to sell Network Workstations with E-suite. ...

Continue Reading →
0

Intelliscreenx – ok.. I guess I do want to jailbreak my IOS5.

Posted by:

Intelliborn has just announced Intelliscreenx.

A couple of weeks ago I had stated that ios5 had enough functionality that I didn’t need to jailbreak anymore.

Intelliscreen had been the only jailbreak app that I found to be invaluable before ios5 introduced the notification center. It collected all your information and presented it in the lock screen.

Well Intelliscreenx gives me a reason to jailbreak. It now is integrated with the notification center and does it one step better. It puts the ...

Continue Reading →
0
Page 1 of 2 12