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Why Apple's Sales are Continuing to Drop

Posted by Caroline Witts Fri, Aug 05, 2016

Your local Apple Store may always look crowded with eager customers, but it seems that too many of those customers are leaving empty handed these days. In the past three months Apple has seen a steady decline in sales for products across the board. The end of this quarter marks the second quarter in a row of declining sales and revenue is down 15% compared to sales at this time last year. The sales weren’t the only drop in numbers. Apple’s stock dropped  8.3% after quarter results were released which only adds to the 20% decline in shares over the last 12 months.

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Topics: Apple

Business Continuity and Security DOs and DON'Ts

Posted by Cathie Briggette Tue, May 17, 2016

By:  The IT Associates at NSK Inc.

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Topics: Data Security, Apple, anti virus, cybersecurity

My Laptop Got Stolen -- How to Protect Your Device and Information

Posted by Andrew Sullivan Wed, Aug 26, 2015

"Someone strolled into our four-story, Class-A professional building, then into our second-floor office suite and stole my primary business computer -- an Apple MacBook Air -- right off my desk."

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery, Apple

Local Boy Does Good

Posted by Cathie Briggette Fri, Mar 04, 2011

It was a slow day in the TA IT Department and Deputy Michael McGowan sat watching the tumbleweeds roll past with a bemused look that belied his lighting draw and steel resolve. Suddenly a call came in from the Sheriff – he had just been ambushed in Downtown Crossing Gully and three bandits had made off with a valuable heirloom – his iPad.

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Topics: NSK Team, Managed Services, Apple

Implementing the iPad as a Business Tool

Posted by Michael Lupacchino Fri, Jul 09, 2010

iBusiness

Consumers absolutely love the iPad. Music, videos, documents and eBooks are all wrapped up in a sleek and very attractive package. However, can the iPad cross over into business territory or should organizations stick to using Netbooks while on the go?

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Mobile Device Management, Managed Services, New Technology, Apple