For basic Mac support issues, turn to this Web site, provided by Enterprise Information Technology Services.
When Apple introduced OS X, a variety of applications created for Unix and Linux became available to Mac users. Here, you can find helpful descriptions of such services.
There is also information on free alternatives to Office applications, encrypting methods for e-mail and how to access remote machines and set up network printing using protocols other than Appletalk.
Visit the website at http://eits.uga.edu/macsupport/.