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Bradley Chambers and various experts discuss the latest with Apple in the enterprise and K-12. New episodes come out bi-weekly on Wednesday.
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In this episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley is joined by Perry Correll from Extreme Networks to talk about what the FCC's proposal for the 6GHz band to become unlicensed will mean for Wi-Fi in the enterprise. Sponsored by iMazing: The popular iOS device manager which gives you unparalleled control over iOS and iPadOS data. Request your free trial now. Links mentioned in this episode FCC Proposes More Spectrum for Unlicensed Use 6Ghz band requested by Apple and others likely to be approved Perry's Blog at Extreme Networks 6Ghz Wi-Fi: What is the Impact to the Average User? Connect with Bradley Twitter LinkedIn Listen and Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Pocket Casts Castro RSS
In this episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley is joined by Shane Moore from Bitglass to talk about the security risks of the move to cloud applications. Even if you are securing the authentication process, there is still more to consider for IT managers when it comes to creating a security environment in cloud services. Links Mentioned in this episode Bitglass Shane Moore Connect with Bradley Twitter LinkedIn Listen and Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Pocket Casts Castro RSS
In this episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley is joined by Mark Rand of Diamond Assets to discuss how customers can handle reselling and trading in old Apple computers and iPads after their leases are up. Links Mentioned in this episode Diamond Assets Connect with Bradley Twitter LinkedIn Listen and Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Pocket Casts Castro RSS
Apple @ Work Podcast is brought to you by Jamf, the standard for Apple in the enterprise. Learn more at Jamf.com/9to5mac. In this episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley is joined by Joel Rennich to discuss the FIDO Alliance and the future of password management for the enterprise and consumers. Links Mentioned in this episode FIDO Alliance Jamf Connect NoMAD Jamf acquires NoMAD Connect with Bradley Twitter LinkedIn Listen and Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Pocket Casts Castro RSS
In this bonus episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley does a live webinar to discuss distance learning and remote work as the world suddenly has to move home. Bradley is also joined by Sam Johnson, Chief Customer Officer at Jamf to discuss how their entire workforce went home to work. If you're viewing this in your podcast app, a web replay is available on the 9to5Mac YouTube page. Links Mentioned in this episode Extreme Remote Networking Clever Google Classroom Zero Touch Deployment Enterprise macOS login simplified with Jamf Pro and Connect integration Connect with Bradley Twitter LinkedIn Listen and Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Pocket Casts Castro RSS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjKrg8wOGqE&=&feature=youtu.be
Apple @ Work Podcast is brought to you by Jamf, the standard for Apple in the enterprise. Learn more at Jamf.com/9to5mac. In this episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley is joined by Anna Myroshnychenko from Kitcast to talk about using the Apple TV for digital signage in schools, restaurants, office buildings, etc. We're adding some additional audio equipment in future episodes to improve sound quality, so thanks for your patience! Links Mentioned in this episode Kitcast Here’s how Apple TV has quietly become a robust digital signage solution Apple TV MDM Connect with Bradley Twitter LinkedIn Listen and Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Pocket Casts Castro RSS
Apple @ Work Podcast is brought to you by Jamf, the standard for Apple in the enterprise. Learn more at Jamf.com/9to5mac. In the first episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley talks with Gregory Keller, Chief Strategy Officer at JumpCloud. They look at the history of how enterprise IT departments have managed identity through the various eras of enterprise IT, why BYOD was a bad idea, and what the future holds for identity management in a world where employees might bring in four devices each day. Links Mentioned in this episode JumpCloud Snerdware brings Exchange support to OS X iPhone 2.0 brings Exchange Support Connect with Bradley Twitter LinkedIn Listen and Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Pocket Casts Castro RSS
9to5Mac is launching a brand new podcast in March called Apple @ Work. On this podcast, we will look at how businesses and schools use Apple products and related technologies and services to get their work done. Follow Bradley on Twitter @bradleychambers Connect with Bradley on Linkedin Bradley Chambers Subscribe to the Show Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Castro Pocket Casts RSS Buy a Mac at Amazon to support Apple @ Work
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