Archive for February, 2013

A Field Guide to IRC

Author’s Note: When I started to write this, I thought about calling it a Beginner’s Guide to IRC, but that’s not what this is. This is a Field Guide to IRC designed for those who remember IRC from the early 90s as well as those who’ve never set foot in […]

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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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Brigadier: a tool for automated Boot Camp driver download and installation

If you have ever had to deploy an OS X/Windows dual boot system, you know how much of a pain it can be to download the Windows drivers and get them installed.  Thankfully, Tim Sutton has created a tool that can help with this task.  It will not only download […]

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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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