Apple @ Work: Apple Device Management to the book is the resource for all it managers need to have

As somee who has been managing iPads and Macs for a lg time, I know that there are a lot of “corners” where the settings are in the various mobile device management systems. I’ve learned a lot through trial and error as the platforms have evolved, but that is not useful for new technicians. A new book has been published recently that I feel is essential for any pers who works with the Apple products in the enterprise. I just finished ing Apple Device Management: A Unified Theory of the Management of Macs, ipads, iphes, and AppleTVsand I think that it will become the manual for Apple device management.

About Apple @ Work: Bradley Chambers has been to manage a company’s It network since 2009. Thanks to its experience in the deployment and management of firewalls, switches, mobile device management system, enterprise-level Wi-Fi, 100s Mac, and 100s of the ipad, Bradley will highlight the ways in which Apple’s it managers to deploy Apple devices, create networks to support, train users, from the trenches of the management and of the ways Apple could improve its products for it departments.

I first talked about this book LinkedIn, and I realized how much I enjoyed this book years ago. If you are starting fresh the Apple device management for the coming of a world of Windows, this book will help you understand the basic ccepts of the management of apples.

As somee who does not work with Apple’s products in the first few days. I enjoyed the salvati of the way in which the management of apples has been de in the late 90’s and early 2000’s. Several screenshots have been included as well that was fun to look to see what IT managers treated in the “golden era”. e of the articles that I have enjoyed in this first part of the book is where it shows what has been added and the wise management in different versis of macOS and iOS.

The next secti focuses the role of the managing Agent report of the management of mobile devices. While Apple has undoubtedly reduced the need for the management agent over the years, it is always essential to understand why there are need.

The following chapters cover things such as MDM profiles (what it can do, how you install, etc), what is an MDM server can do (and can’t), device cfigurati, endpoint encrypti, device security, automati, directory services, the differences between macOS, iOS, and tvOS management, and an outlook the future.

You will start by understanding where Apple, third-party software vendors, and the community of us. What is the Management of Mobile Devices and how it works under the hood. By the understanding of how MDM works, you will have to understand what’s happening your networks in order to enable MDM, as well as the best way to give the least access to servers or services that is required.

I first talked about this book LinkedIn, and I realized how much I enjoyed this book years ago. If you are starting fresh the Apple device management for the coming of a world of Windows, this book will help you understand the basic ccepts of the management of apples.

While much of this ctent can be browsed by thousands of blog and forum, I have not seen a single place where it has been combined into a single resource that is csidered as best practices. If you are looking for the best guide to explain how to manage Apple devices in the enterprise, check out Apple Device Management: A Unified Theory of the Management of Macs, ipads, iphes, and AppleTVs Amaz. It is available in both Kindle and physical formats.

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