By John Gruber
Kolide ensures only secure devices can access your cloud apps.
It’s Zero Trust for Okta.
Michael Tsai notes that unlike almost all commercial consumer software, iLife ’05 has no upgrade discount — if you bought iLife ’04, you still have to pay the full $79 price for iLife ’05. Tsai also points out that if you were planning on upgrading both iLife and Quicken, you can get a new Mac Mini — which comes with both titles in the software bundle — for just $220 more than the cost of iLife, Quicken, and a license for Mac OS X by themselves.
★ Monday, 24 January 2005