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Mac OS system, including terminal commands Filemaker pro Networking Server and Client IOS Integration Lighting Control

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Apple Certified technical coordinator (ACTC), certified help desk specialist. Ran Domain name registration company using Mac and Filemaker pro. Around 18 years of Mac networking and engineering experience. Currently have a high end home automation and audio visual company based in central London. I am certified as an electrician and on various lighting control systems (Crestron, Lutron, Control 4, rako etc)

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CEDIA

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MacFormat Magazine TheNet MacUser magazine

Education/Credentials

Apple ATTC Apple Help Desk Specialist Lutron Homeworks certified Savant Audio Visual certified City and Guilds copper and fibre network trained Panasonic IP phone system certified Control4 automation certified HAI certified Rako lighting certified Crestron Lighting Programmer certified Qualified electrician

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Recent Answers from Jason Vaughan

2016-11-10 HOW LONG NOW:

I'm not sure what you mean. Security updates tend to be a little vague as Apple do not want to tell the bad guys what vulnerabilities they have patched. Updates which tend to add functionality get publicised

2016-10-25 POWER UP:

I'm not aware that  memory itself uses a lot of power. However, processor intensive tasks do use more power and apps with larger memory footprints tend to have larger cpu requirements. Also, an important

2016-10-23 DOSE IT WORK?:

I'm not sure what you are trying to achieve. If you turn the keyboard off using the button, it will be off. You can only turn it back on again using the same button as it will not be broadcasting its wireless

2016-10-18 LIGHTS OFF:

Generally speaking you do not need to turn it off. However, if you have a wireless keyboard with an LED top right and a power button on the side, you can press and hold the power button for 3 seconds to

2016-10-16 Permanently erase unwanted items:

Put things you don't need in the trash. Next, click on the desktop and select 'empty trash' from the Finder menu. This will delete the files and free up the space they used.    It will only delete items

 

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