Archive for category: MacIT Conference

MacIT 2013 Concludes

MacIT concluded with a half day on Saturday.  Even though it was only a half day, there were plenty of sessions to attend.  Some standout sessions included an overview of Deployment Methods by Anthony Reimer which dovetailed nicely into the following session by Mike Boylan and Nick McSpadden where they […]

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MacIT Day Two Round Up

Day Two was full of even more great sessions.  The day started out with an overview of the changes in iOS 6.  Following this was a general session covering Wireless in 2013 and later.  Bill Wiecking went over the upcoming wireless technologies, what their technical specifications were and the challenges that […]

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MacIT Day One Wrapup

The first day of MacIT 2013 was packed full of valuable sessions.  From Chip Pearson’s moving talk regarding the future of the Mac Administrator community to the various sessions covering security topics, iOS and BYOD environments. The Mountain Lion Security session by Steve Leebove and Justin Rummel was an overview […]

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MacIT 2013 Begins

MacIT 2013 has kicked off in Moscone West.  The first session opened with some brief items that everyone should know regarding OS X Mountain Lion as well as an overview of conference sessions that cover some specific Mountain Lion topics. One focus of this session was OS X Server in […]

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How to Lose 100 Pounds in 10 Days

By Mike Boylan, Nick McSpadden Historically, Mac deployment has been done the traditional way, by configuring a perfect “Golden Master” computer configured just the way you want, and then copying that computer to all your other machines. We’d use tools such as Carbon Copy Cloner or Super Duper to do […]

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Lessons Learned From Our Latest Revision of the OS X Server Essentials Materials

“The only thing constant is change.” “Timing is everything.” These two sayings would become so very true to me and Arek Dreyer as we were wrapping up the last edits and corrections to the materials for “Apple Pro Training Series: OS X Server Essentials: Using and Supporting OS X Server […]

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Poll: MacIT 2013 AFP548 Gathering

 

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The 2013 Mac IT Conference: What’s Up?

If you’re even peripherally involved in administering Macs in any sort of numbers, you’ve heard about Macworld/iWorld, nee Macworld Conference and Expo. You probably even know about the Mac IT track, right? Well, no, there isn’t one. MacIT has been it’s own show for…well, 2012 was the first, so the […]

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