MacStadium Customers Are Protected from Foreshadow
Foreshadow is causing IT and DevOps professionals headaches this week as they apply a slew of patches meant to mitigate any potential impacts.
Retiring the 2012 i5 Mac mini
We have decided to retire our base 2012 i5 Mac mini from our lineup. Existing customers can keep using them, but we'll steer new customers toward the i7 line.
The iMac Pro is Coming to MacStadium
Coming soon! Harness the power of the iMac Pro in a private cloud from MacStadium. See a preview from WWDC...
Update on the Intel Security Issues
Meltdown, affecting Intel processors, and Spectre, affecting Intel, AMD and ARM processors, are security flaws that could give applications access to protected kernel memory data.
The current Mac mini is three years old
It’s been three years since the current Mac mini was released on Oct 16, 2014. Four hundred million humans have been born since that day and have never known a new Mac mini.
A new life for Xserve
As the Mac mini became Apple’s most popular server, we started to phase out the Xserve hosting. These machines were six times the size and way more power hungry than the Mac mini so they weren’t as profitable for us.
What Makes a Mac Server?
In this article, we'll go over the basic components of a Mac server and the purpose each component plays in making the server work. With this knowledge, the hardware can help you create the next app of the year.
Mac mini 2014 Tear-Down and Benchmarks
A couple days ago, Apple released its latest round of Mac mini hardware to the world. Today, we show you a complete step by step how-to tear-down the 2014 Mac mini from the outside-in.