Apple 74 on Info Tech 100 Business Week has released its Info Tech 100 Scoreboard, which lists "which IT companies are the biggest, the fastest-growing, most profitable, or have the best returns"; Apple ranked #74. More.
Apple and enterprise success A MacNewsWorld article discusses the "Five Steps" Apple needs to take to ensure success in the enterprise market: "What steps can the company take to inspire CIOs and IT managers, many of whom already have invested in non-Apple infrastructure, to 'think different' and consider its products for corporate workgroups and data centers?" More.
FTC won't create no-spam list According to IDG News Service, "The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will not immediately start a national do-not-e-mail list, despite a law passed last year that calls for the agency to develop a plan for such a list." More.
What's new in Entourage 2004 TidBITS has released their latest e-book, Take Control of What's New in Entourage 2004. The press release states, "If you use Entourage 2004 (or are considering upgrading), you need this ebook to make the most of Entourage's new and enhanced features." More.
FireWire compliance testing available to WWDC attendees Apple has announced that registered WWDC attendees can have their FireWire devices tested without the usual fees, simply by bringing the devices to the conference. A page describing the program states "The 1394 Trade Association will conduct compliance testing for free, and if your device passes, they will award you the FireWire compliance logo (a small processing fee will be charged if the logo is used)." More.
Previously on MacFixIt:
- Safari: More solutions for connectivity issues; Problems with Yahoo! Plus e-mail
- Mac OS X 10.3.4 (#14): AirPort disconnects sometimes solved by disabling network time; Reminder for Epson printers
- Odds and Ends: Increased .Mac spam; Terms of service for iTunes music store differ between countries
- New and Noteworthy: Apple launches European iTunes music store; Maxtor, LinkSys team for wireless hard drive