Trams (http://www.trams.co.uk/) has joined the Enterprise Device Alliance, (http://enterprisedevicealliance.org/). The EDA is an organization designed to provide information to IT managers and administrators about the ways they can leverage their Windows infrastructure, management tools and expertise to easily integrate Macs into their organizations.
Mike Saunders, business development manager at Trams, says the company has joined the EDA to help further the organization’s goal of making it easy to deploy, integrate and manage Macs, iPhones and iPads in a Windows environment. Trams will co-host a range of EDA programs, including a June 19 luncheon for IT professionals and a webcast of industry experts from the EDA and WindowsITPro exploring the challenges and solutions for integrating, securing and managing personally owned (BYOD) devices into Windows environments.
Established in 1990, and the largest B2B Apple Reseller in Europe, Trams is an IT Solution provider that offers service to corporate, enterprise, educational and public sector customers.