If you haven’t signed up for one of my favorite conferences ever, MacIT (alongside Macworld) then you should give it a go. If you’ve never been, it’s great and if you’ve been then it’s great to catch up with old friends. I hope to see you there!
MacIT®, taking place March 26-29, 2014, in San Francisco, CA at Moscone Center North (alongside Macworld/iWorld),
s the definitive event for understanding Apple technology implementation and management in enterprise environments. Our esteemed faculty of industry experts provide detailed, impartial analysis of the technology and solution chains you face when putting iOS, OS X and Apple hardware products to work in large enterprise.
MacIT 2014 features sessions on: MDM, BYOD, IPv6, VMs, SNMP, Mavericks, iOS7
MacIT 2014 opens with a thought-provoking keynote: What the Enterprise Needs from Apple – IT Execs Speak Out
In this special panel discussion led by IDG Communications’ Chief Content Officer John Gallant, leading IT executives and a top Apple analyst share their views on what the enterprise needs from Apple. What gaps exist in current Apple offerings? How does IT want to deal with – or not deal with – Apple? How can enterprise IT and Apple build a more fruitful partnership that makes life easier for the business and helps Apple build even better products for a future in which the line is increasingly blurred between work and the rest of our lives? The session will highlight opportunities for Apple and other companies to improve the Apple ecosystem at work.
MacIT is uniquely positioned to help today’s IT/IS and Network managers face and conquer the mobile implementation challenges they face daily.
Register today to join your IT colleagues, technology leaders and industry experts, at the definitive event for deploying and managing Apple in the enterprise.
Register by February 28th to Save!
For the full conference program and list of speakers, visit www.macitconf.com
We look forward to seeing you next March!
krypted February 21st, 2014
Posted In: Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, Mac Security, Mass Deployment, public speaking
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