Deploying and Maintaining iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan Devices
by Arek Dreyer | HCS Technology Group’s Adam Karneboge.
Technical Editor: HCS Technology Group’s Craig Cohen
Managing Apple Devices, Third Edition will enable you to create an effective plan for deploying and maintaining groups of Apple devices using iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan in your organization. This all-in-one resource teaches a wide variety of Apple management technologies; explains the theory behind the tools; and provides practical, hand-on exercises to get you up and running with the tools.
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Prepare for Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) 10.11 certification–as well as a top-notch primer for anyone who needs to implement, administer, or maintain a network that uses OS X El Capitan or OS X Server on El Capitan.
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Creating images for your Macs can streamline the rollout process for your organization. Mac administrators can choose between various methodologies to create deployment images and a range of strategies are available.Read the Full Story
An IT professional's job is to design, test, deploy, and manage clients and servers throughout the organization. In order to best offer technical solutions, it's helpful to treat systems administration as a continuous process of discovery, adaptation, and maintenance. The life cycle for systems management involves evaluating current systems, modifying requirements, testing, deploying new systems, and managing the systems.Read the Full Story
A common struggle facing IT staff is how to properly manage iOS devices once they are in the hands of the user. Distributing apps was a constant burden faced early on as well. But as Profile Manager enters its fourth iteration, many advancements and capabilities have been incorporated in to the service.Read the Full Story
Systems administrators and power users know that the Mac's command-line interface can be a powerful time saver and, in many cases, the only method to accomplish certain tasks. But OS X brings its unique capabilities to the command-line table, in the form of utilities that leverage OS X's user interface, file system, and security capabilities.
Command Line Administration for OS X is presented by HCS Tech Group's Sam Valencia and it is available to view on PeachPit.
With the proliferation of mobile devices and the consumerization of IT, corporate networks are becoming more challenging to manage and more at-risk every day. The days of a static, one-size-fits-all policy applied to company-owned assets are over. Today, IT departments need to understand what devices are trying to connect to their networks, so they can provide convenient, secure access to those that are authorized, including personal iPads and smartphones.
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