Category Archives: MacAdmins 2017 Sessions

Sessions presented at the 2017 MacAdmins Conference

Ask us anything! Mac Admin veterans answer your questions

Speakers: Nick McSpadden & John Kitzmiller & Rich Trouton & Greg Neagle Level: Fundamental, Hands-on (BYOD for attendees) Excerpt: An open forum where a panel of Mac and iOS experts will answer any questions you have about managing Apple devices. … Continue reading

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Imaging in 50+ locations

Speakers: Robby Barnes & Chase Thompson-Baugh Level: Intermediate, Lecture Excerpt: Simply Mac needed a better way to image customer computers in their service department and standardize imaging files across 50+ different stores using Mac mini servers. Using Imagr, AWS, and … Continue reading

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Mac User and Device Management for the Cloud-Forward Enterprise

Speakers: Greg Keller Level: Intermediate, Lecture Excerpt: The modern office looks decidedly different than it did a decade ago. Since 2000, Microsoft has been synonymous with managing the enterprise – from the workstation an employee used, access to applications and … Continue reading

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New ways Watchman Monitoring can make your life easier.

Speakers: Jack-Daniyel Strong & Allen Hancock Level: Advanced, Lecture Excerpt: From support for the latest Mac, Windows, and Ubuntu/CentOS, to Beacon offline reporting, to a new pricing plan for in-house IT, see what’s new with Watchman Monitoring. We will go … Continue reading

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Filewave Deep Dive: Engineering walk through on how to manage all macOS, Windows, iOS, ChromeOS, and Android Devices

Speakers: Patrick Longo & Jonathan Kane Level: Intermediate, Lecture Excerpt: System Engineers (Jon Kane & Patrick Longo) will take you through an “IN-DEPTH” overview of how FileWave continues to simplify Multi-Platform Device Management and introduce you to our newest V12 … Continue reading

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