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Tips and Checks for Buying a Used MacBook

I have been in the market for a used 15 MacBook Pro Retina and during my research I came across this great write up. Well done CNET, very well written and detailed!

You can apply a lot of this to any used laptop. If you are currently in the market for a used MacBook laptop, check out this detailed checklist guide: http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-57474326-263/tips-and-checks-for-buying-a-used-macbook/


Apple's iOS 7 Security Updates

Are you excited about the new iOS 7 security features? Perhaps if you are a consumer, but maybe not if you're a business customer. It seems with the new iOS security changes, managing iOS devices may prove to be a challenge.


Cloudon Ipad App - Microsoft Office on your Ipad AND for FREE!

I just stumbled upon an awesome free ipad app called Cloudon. It's basically an app that allows you to use Cloudon's virtually served Office client and it's all free! The only catch is you need a internet connection.

Check out this awesome article here: http://www.wired.com/cloudline/2012/04/cloudon/

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How to Replace a Mac Book Pro Hard Drive (MBP)

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This tutorial shows you step by step how to open up the Mac Book Pro's casing and gain access to the system board, hard drive, DVD rom drive, and system memory. I show you step by step as well as how to put it all back together. I mention a few tips throughout the video so I hope you all enjoy!

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My New Iphone! How did I live without it!

It's been a while since I have posted here, so sorry to all those that were patiently waiting for an update on new tech things and the like. I know there are a whole 10 or 12 of you. But I have been extremely busy lately with work as well as all my free time consumed with playing with my new iphone and working on my food review and venue website for Japan.

So, yeah, let's talk about this iphone. Okay, yeah, I probably should have gotten one a long time ago seeing that I have always been a fan of the ipod since my days of working as a marketer for Apple. Actually I have my CLASSIC 3rd generation ipod sitting right next to me looking on his way to retirement. For those that don't remember what the 3rd gen looks like, it's the cool one with the red colored buttons (see here). I actually used it up until this week while I was at work and needed some music to tune things out while focusing on some configuration I was working on.

So I went down to Softbank, the only mobile provider in Japan allowed to resell the iphone and got it on the new campaign. 2 year contract no money down and 0 yen for the phone. Not a bad deal, I was kind of scratching my head when I saw others paying out of pocket cash for other inferior model phones, but then again, it's always personal preference. And of course, I got home and immediately loaded the device up with every free app I could get my hands on to try out. And then it was over, I spent the next 2 days glued to the iphone trying out apps, downloading apps, deleting apps. I haven't even got bored with the free ones to even purchase apps yet.
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My Previous & Current Employers

Abercrombie and Fitch Japan

Regional IT Manager, EMEA
08/01/2009 - Current

Previous Positions Held: Regional IT Manager, Asia Pacific Region (08/01/2009 - 02/28/2013)

My role at Abercrombie and Fitch is to manage all IT related systems and support the business for efficient operation and further international expansion. I manage Abercrombie's flagship stores and offices’ IT infrastructure (ie. POS systems, networking devices, servers, telephony and office related IT equipment). I also have the responsibility of project managing the IT infrastructure builds of our new flagships in the Asia Pacific region. Our first flagship in the Asia region opened in Ginza, Tokyo on 12/15/2009. Since then, we have opened 2 flagships and 4 chain stores. Read more »

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