Jerry Zigmont owner of MacWorks, LLC featured at ACES Conference 2017 - May 31 - June 1st, Tucson, AZ
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MacWorks, LLC & Command-Control-Power featured at ACES Conference 2017, May 31st - June 1st, 2017, Phoenix, Arizona
Command-Control-Power, the widely popular podcast for Apple IT professionals, will be presenting and recording at the 2017 ACES Conference, May 31st - June 1st, 2017, Phoenix, Arizona, The conference focuses on the business side of IT consulting and the Command-Control-Power team including Jerry Zigmont, owner of MacWorks, LLC of Connecticut will feature a recorded live broadcast for conference attendees.
“The ACES Conference is like a gathering of the tribe and we are extremely excited to be in attendance. Sharing knowledge with fellow professionals has been a hallmark of the Apple consultants community and ACES Conference is the perfect gathering place.” states Jerry Zigmont, a Command-Control-Power host.
MacWorks, LLC is an Apple Certified consultancy providing Apple and Macintosh support to CT area businesses for over 10 years. Command-Control-Power is a weekly podcast hosted by three certified members of the Apple Consultants Network (ACN): podcast founder Joe Saponare of PsiMac, Norwalk, CT, Sam Valencia of the HCS Technology Group, Stamford, CT and Jerry Zigmont of MacWorks, LLC, Madison CT.
Drawing on over 30 years of combined experience, Command-Control-Power explores every aspect of running a consulting practice including guest appearances by vendors and colleagues. Now in its fourth year, Command-Control-Power has been continuing to produce content for Apple Consultants every week.
MacWorks, LLC Cited In Forbes Article "New 2016 MacBook Pro's Price Too High? Is It Worth It? I Asked Around"
"Jerry Zigmont, owner of MacWorks LLC, an Apple consultant based in Madison, Conn.:
Negative reaction is knee-jerk. “Any negative reaction on social media is knee jerk. If you look at the pricing from yesterday, at every price point with the new Macs, there are speed increases in processor, memory, and graphics.
“There still are going to be holes in their product line to take issue with but I don’t think pricing is one of them.
“Apple has never catered to the low-end market, looking to produce sub-$1K Macs.
Read the full story here: "New 2016 MacBook Pro's Price Too High? Is It Worth It? I Asked Around" by Brooke Crothers
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"The bug bounty program could also mean that researchers will be less likely to independently publicize Apple product vulnerabilities that they uncover, said Jerry Zigmont, owner of MacWorks LLC, an Apple consultant based in Madison, Conn.
This would be a great step to take just to sort of thwart any big sensationalized headlines that don’t necessarily have a lot of merit,” Zigmont said. “We’ve seen this before, where you read something in the paper about an Apple security vulnerability, but it’s just proof of concept—a lot of these are not out in the wild.”
Read the full story here: "Apple Launches Bug Bounty Program, A Security 'Mea Culpa'" by Kyle Alspach and Steven Burke
"But problems run deeper than more and better competition. CRN, a respected industry publication that covers computer resellers, talked to a few Apple authorized consultants this week and got an an earful about the Mac and MacBook. I chatted briefly with one of the consultants cited in the story, MacWorks, LLC, based in Madison, Conn. ..."
Read the full story here: "What's Wrong With Apple's MacBook?" by Brooke Crothers