10.00 - 10.30


Welcome from the Chief.

10.30 - 12.00

OS State of the Union

Kevin White, Macjutsu, Inc.

During this session we will give you an update on the status of the newest and hottest Apple technologies with focus on the latest in OS X, OS X Server, iOS and iCloud.

12.00 -13.00


13.00 - 13.55

From Shell to Swift

Joel Rennich, Trusource Labs

Bought every book on Objective C but never finished them? Always wanted to get “beyond” shell scripting into a “real” complied language?

If you fancy yourself handy with shell scripting, you’re more than ready for the basics of Swift. Find out if Swift is relevant for your environment. While it may take a bit more effort, Swift is much less intimidating than the language guide makes it out to be. Plus you have the added value of being able to use a number of system calls without having to stray too far from the basic syntax and constructs that you’ve already learned as a shell scripter.

While Swift may not be the answer for your every problem, lean how it may be handy to keep in your toolbox for the things that shell can’t do as well.

14.10 - 15.05

Security. What is it Good For? Absolutely Something!

Edward Marczak, Google

We all manage some number of devices for a company, our families, and ourselves, but to what end? There’s one thing in common (or should be): security.

This talk will focus on *practical* security. What risks are you taking? How can you mitigate those risks? What is and isn’t a real threat? What actions can you take for your company, friends, family, and yourself *right now*? This session will discuss all of this (and more!).


15.25 - 16.20

A Tale from San Jose:

The Untold Inside Story of the Mac at Cisco

Nickolas Tong, Cisco Systems

Today's paradigm shift to work anywhere, anytime, and with any device is one of the most palpable IT changes in three decades. Technology leaders at the world's largest and most influential organizations are considering how to adapt their systems, methodologies, and – most importantly – their people to embrace an increasingly diverse and flexible IT world.

Cisco works with some of the largest corporations undergoing this transformation – yet there is an untold story of how Cisco Systems started – and continues – this very same transformational journey within its own walls. An oft cited sign of this shift is an increasing prevalence of Apple devices in the enterprise, and here again, Cisco is no exception.

Our session explores critical moments in the history of the Mac at Cisco, and dozens of lessons we've learned while scaling out to nearly 100,000 Apple devices under management, including 44,000 Macintosh computers.

Along the way, we'll chat about how we've continued to mature our own systems, methodologies, and people to support an ever evolving vision of the future, as well as how our perspectives inform design decisions and in what ways those designs are indicative of the changing nature of IT – from tactical to strategic – from being facilitators to becoming leaders.

Exhibitor sessions

16.35 - 17.05

A portable FileWave Setup in 25 minutes

Christian Glattfelder, FileWave

Are software deployment solutions complex to set up, constrained to their local environment and hard to learn? Let's see how these assumptions hold up in a live demo install of FileWave 11, including a short overview of the new features.

17.05 - 17.35


Karl Gibson, Adobe Systems

In the past year Adobe has doubled down on enterprise with many new features aimed to help you adopt the Creative Cloud. As always and sometimes to his detriment Karl will talk openly and honestly about the good , bad and GREAT inside the world of Adobe and what this means for you the IT admin. As always we request only soft objects are thrown on stage.

Evening Activity

19.00 - 23.00

Pool Night

Chalk It Up at Biljardpalatset, Ekelundsgatan 9-11.

Be prepared for a night with good food and drink in a nice atmosphere. And of course some pool - if that’s your game.