Apple’s New Operating Systems and Why They Matter to Your Business
September 23, 2016 | Post by James Bainter | 1 Comments
It’s that time again, when Apple releases updates to its operating systems. This is usually met with mixed reactions, as many end users fanatically wait with baited breath, but many IT administrators cringe at the thought of another update. Here are some key changes that may affect your business.
Navigating the Challenges of Enterprise Mobility Management
June 16, 2016 | Post by Steven Pike | 0 Comments
Developing a plan for managing the growing number of devices, apps and services in the enterprise
Today’s workforce is increasingly turning to Apple® devices and platforms for maximum productivity and contribution to the enterprise. Some want corporate assets and others want to bring their own device. We “get it” at CompuCom and offer the full range of services for these devices from procurement through full lifecycle support. This makes it easy for your organization to embrace Apple technologies and incorporate them as part of your traditional enterprise infrastructure, integrated with enterprise monitoring systems, asset tracking, and incident and problem management systems.
Hear James Bainter talk about what’s new in Mac management for the enterprise. You’ll hear about tools and techniques that lets you easily deploy, secure, and manage Mac computers on a corporate network.
6 Tips for Managing Mobile Costs in Your Enterprise
October 26, 2015 | Post by Steven Pike | 0 Comments
As devices pour into your enterprise, the cost of mobility is rising. Here are six ways to manage mobile costs while maximizing the benefits of mobility.
Discover how CompuCom helped uncover $1.9 million in savings potential and reduced this this company’s PC refresh implementation by 40 percent.
AppleCare products give you one-stop service and support from Apple experts, so most issues can be resolved in a single call.
The free online survey Mini-Assessment allows you to provide some essential background information to understand your current environment and initial readiness for a mobile deployment.