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A client comes to our firm to find out whether an intern took unauthorized photos of confidential talking points in order to warn the competition. Though the suspect had a private iPhone, he backed it up to a corporate system. We use the backup to correlate unauthorized activity with corporate policy. [pdf-embedder url=”http://www.virtualnex.us/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/How_to_Use_Encrypted_iTunes_Backups_for_SMS_History_without_the_Device_or_Jailbreaking-KaradiG-VirtualNexus-FINAL.pdf”] Karadi, Gouthum […]

iOS 7.0 Beta First Look
June 11, 2013

At day one of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference we were treated with new MacBook Airs, MacPros, and iOS 7.0 Beta among other things.  Here at VN we of course downloaded and ate the dogfood immediately.  The first taste we give you are these screenshots of AirDrop on iOS, Safari multi-tabbed browsing improvements, Multitasking improvements, Apple […]

iCloud Beta
June 10, 2013

iCloud now allows Pages, Keynote, and Numbers editing on Windows or OSX for free. Try it out at https://beta.icloud.com/ iCloud Beta allows for Office Productivity into Apple’s Cloud using Windows or OSX.  These include Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.  Users can upload Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Powerpoint directly into a browser to edit save […]

Robot Car
February 20, 2013

This is how I see the world.  Comparative data, current data, and probable data.   Or for you philosophers, static, dynamic, and sustaining:  Tamasic, Rajasic, and Satvic.      

ACN Mobility Technical Competency Workshop
February 17, 2013

The Apple Mobility training at Cupertino was a two day adventure! We were given a MacBook Air and an iPad Mini to work with. Day one we learned about integration, security and deployment for these beautiful devices. Day two was scenario based. I enjoyed learning about device management options including solutions for content and application […]