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Brian Stucki

Brian Stucki

Vice President

Big Sur

Developers, Big Sur, and Vindication

Apple has updated the macOS software license agreement for Big Sur, going from 15 sections to 16 sections. This doesn’t happen very often... Brian Stucki, MacStadium's Apple Evangelist, shares his thoughts what this means for all of us.

Photo of 2018 Mac minis in server rack at MacStadium

Access a Remote Mac Desktop from Your iPad

Recently, Brian Stucki demonstrated how to access a remote Mac mini on iPadOS 13.4. It was so cool, we wanted to share it with you here. Check it out!

Most mini Day of My Life

The Most mini Day of My Life

"I'm Mac mini aficionado and MacStadium VP Brian Stucki, and today is the most mini day of my life." Let me share 24 hours in Brooklyn and some of the things that led up to that day. I also have some thoughts on the new Mac mini.

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Mac minis racked in a MacStadium data center

Ways to use your Mac server

When you say to yourself, "I'd love to try a Mac server but I just don't know what I'd do with it," take a look at this list. It's a mix of Mac apps, open source projects, and iOS tools.

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Syncing Status

Science Confirmed: Text Replacements do not Sync

Text replacement snippets are a useful tool that can be used on macOS and iOS. You create shortcut text that, when typed, expands to something longer.

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NuroRDS setup

NuoRDS is a scalable terminal server for Mac

There is a new terminal server option for Mac. It is called NuoRDS. It is simple to install, has a number of options and is quite well developed.


Use Transmit and a Mac mini at MacStadium

The venerable Panic Inc announced Transmit 5 today, and update to a very popular file transfer app that just gets better and better.

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MacStadium Notes: Gitlab, Uber, Zayo, Summit Partners and more

From time to time our customers will post about their experience with us. We love to read these posts.

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Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi, and John Gruber

Observations on sponsoring The Talk Show Live

This week at Apple's WWDC, John Gruber of Daring Fireball hosted his sixth annual "The Talk Show Live" and we were happy to help sponsor it.

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