15.25 - 16.20
Mac Deployment in the new world
Lots of changes are coming to the way we deploy our Macs. The TouchBar has its challenges. What will APFS bring to the table? By the time of the conference we will probably have a new version of macOS as well.
We asked Mr. Z back to speak about the Apple way to handle Mac deployment in the future.
16.35 - 17.05
The IT Workplace in the Agile Age
Andreas Westendörpf, FileWave
Work anytime, anywhere on any device.
Engel & Völkers as a WorldWide, High Class Real Estate Broker has high standards to the Workplace Management. The Workplace at Engel & Völkers is developed like any other agile Product. We believe in: you work in the browser - OS by Customer Choice - not only Notebook we think “ANY” Device.
17.05 - 17.35
Cybersecurity in 2017! And what about 2018?
Sascha Uhl, Code42
Review the rise of cyberattacks in 2016 and discuss predictions for the future
Explain why IT security teams view endpoint devices as one of the weakest links
Uncover what to do when “Low security awareness among employees” remains the #1 inhibitor to IT security’s success.
19.00 - 23.00
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.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3
10.00 - 10.30
Welcome from the Chief.
10.30 - 12.00
OS State of the Union
Arek Dreyer, Dreyer Network Consultants.
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 macOS and iOS.
13.00 - 13.55
Mac@IBM: How IBM successfully deployed Macs and iOS devices across our global enterprise
Eric Williams, IBM
This session is designated to be a briefing and conversation around IBM global deployment of Mac@IBM (Macs and iOS).
We will address and entertain questions.
- Business Case: Investment vs Hard Benefits vs Soft Benefits
- PC culture to Mac/PC culture
- How did we measure Mac vs PC?
- Findings and lessons.
What do we actually care about?
We’ve been managing Docks, setting background images, configuring property lists of applications like Microsoft Office, and scripting various aspects of the user experience for years.
But the world is changing and as it changes, a new balance is coming. The equilibrium will be between what we’re allowed to configure, what actually makes our jobs easier, and what tools we’re able to use to achieve those goals. When we send an app to an iOS device, we don’t need to configure settings for the app. But we need to for some Mac apps. Or do we?
In this talk, we’ll go through every single manifest for what we can and can’t set. No, we won’t. But we will look at guidelines around what we should or shouldn’t care about in the future.