Category Archives: Sessions

Addigy – What’s Up With Your Assets & Is A Band-Aid Simply Enough?

Speakers: Jason Dettbarn Level: Foundational, Sponsor Description: Discover a truly innovative cloud based IT management platform for Macs. Do you love your IT management tools as much as you love your aluminum Apple hardware? Addigy makes IT management powerful and … Continue reading

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Cradle-to-grave endpoint lifecycle management ­and everything in between

Speakers: Rob Morton Level: Foundational, Sponsor Description: In today’s world we are no longer seeing a single, consistent device that everyone uses. Today’s corporate standard is all about choice. In this session we will look at how Absolute Software can … Continue reading

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Enhancing Medical Education with Apple

Speakers: Presented by Apple Level: Foundational, Lecture Excerpt: In this presentation we will talk about why Apple devices have permeated medical education and healthcare – and the continuum of education in the health sciences, from student to a medical professional … Continue reading

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How to take a need and transform it into a service

Speaker: Gretchen Kuwahara Level: Foundational, Lecture Excerpt: When Apple announced the Apple Deployment Programs, IT units around Penn State were asking to use this program. Learn what we did to take this need and transform it into a university wide … Continue reading

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Preparing A School District For Standardized Testing On Macs

Speaker: Salvador Zapien Level: Intermediate, Lecture Excerpt: Tools and strategies used for preparing OS X machines for the PARCC exams. Description: As one of the states taking the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Carreers (PARCC) exams, … Continue reading

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