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How to manage Apple in a Microsoft World

Client Computing | Posted on April 27, 2012

New devices and OS adoption in the enterprise is booming. In one example, one of the largest premium Exchange hosting providers discovered that 57% of ActiveSync activations were to iPhones and 21% were to iPads. Apple’s Mac Business sales grew 51% at the end of 2011. You are likely looking to accommodate these devices in your organization if you aren’t already. What you may not know is how well all of these devices can work with your Microsoft network and applications.

Did you know that over the last few releases Apple has added the following features: DFS Support, Profile Server, Captive Network Detection, Cisco VPN… to name a few? Did you know that you can use Microsoft System Center 2012 platform Configuration Manager to manage your mobile devices?

Active Directory, System Center Configuration Manager 2012 and the Office Suite and other Microsoft resources have long been thought unavailable to Apple and other clients – but not anymore. At this Softchoice Discovery Series event, we’ll provide you with a practical approach to leveraging these lesser known details and show you exactly how we can help.

Listen to Tim and Joe – two of our presenters for this Discovery Series talk a little further on what will be covered at the event.

Space is limited and registration is filling up quickly! You can register here.

We look forward to seeing you at the event!

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