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iOS in Education – Dan Semaya

Join Dan Semaya, Senior Consulting Engineer at Apple, for a comprehensive technical seminar focused on deployment and management of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch in education.  This seminar will discuss the latest iOS hardware devices, new features of iOS 6, … Continue reading

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Migrating from Windows to OS X for Admins – Pam Lefkowitz

It’s easier and easier to move between Operating Systems these days. But there are still enough differences, that sysadmins need guidance when switching from Windows to Mac. In this session, we will talk about migrating the user experience to the … Continue reading

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Carry on Luggage – Jeremy Reichman

Apple packages are the past, present, and non-Mac App Store future for Mac sys admins. Package installers are a basic input for almost every deployment scheme on the Mac. Learn when and how to use the free and open source … Continue reading

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SNMP, IT’s pre-emptive strike – Manuel Deschambault

I will introduce the swiss army knife tool that is SNMP monitoring.  I will show in general what ROI this tool brings to any support infrastructure.  I will demonstrate real life examples of how this can have a strong effect … Continue reading

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Learning from each other: how Big IT departments and Small IT departments can benefit from each others’ environments – Tom Bridge & Justin Esgar

Big IT departments manage hundreds, if not thousands, of machines through modular and monolithic imaging, huge directory service clusters and volume licenses. Small IT departments manage many small one-off machines, often without the benefit of directories, bindings and volume licenses. … Continue reading

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