MacTech BootCamp III Toronto, ON 2014
MacTech BootCamp III is a one day event specifically targeted at the issues facing techs supporting small to medium sized businesses, small office, and home office (often referred to as SMB or SOHO markets), as well as home users (consumers). Specifically, it is for anyone providing support services as a consultant or part of an organization. MacTech BootCamp’s sessions cover a variety of topics from those in the know about the following topics: all designed to make BootCamp attendees more successful in supporting these markets. See the individual session descriptions below for a break down of each topic.
MacTech BootCamp is a one day event for those that support the small business market, small office/workgroup clients, or those supporting others in larger organizations.
Who Should Attend?
MacTech BootCamp is a single-track, hotel based seminar that is specifically geared to serve the needs of consultants and techs wanting to serve their base better. Those that already support SMB (small to medium business) communities, organizations, provide services to systems integrators or government clients, consumers, or that want to become a consultant supporting these areas.
Using MacTech’s proven “running order” approach, we pack in the maximum amount of sessions possible into the time available. Session titles and descriptions below. At MacTech BootCamp, you learn from the experts and get to ask questions from those “in the know.”
See more details below.
September 17, 2014
|Registration at 8:15am (no earlier please).
Sessions begin at 9am.
Day ends by 6pm.
Microsoft Office Accreditation. If you register for this event, you can attend the Microsoft Office accreditation event from 2pm-6pm the day prior at no additional charge. Space is limited.
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LeRoy Dennison, PCM
LeRoy is the Director of the Apple and Mobility Practice, which focuses on Apple Enterprise engagements (including lifecycle management, directory integration, client management solutions, security, and training) and all aspects of Secure Mobility, from fulfillment, through Mobile Device Management. The practice offers Secure Mobility Workshops that enable customers to learn about MDM, establish their corporate mobility policies, and determine which MDM solution best meets their needs. Lastly, the practice can implement MDM solutions for customers.
Neil Ticktin, MacTech Magazine
Neil not only emcees the event, but oversees the session chairs and content for each MacTech event. Neil has been the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of MacTech Magazine since 1992. With both a technical and business background, Neil has authored hundreds of articles including most of MacTech’s well known benchmarking articles on productivity applications, virtualization, and performance products.
Sessions are 30-50 minutes long, with most sessions at about 40 minutes. There are nine sessions in the 2014 curriculum.
The topics covered will include:
- PKI, encryption, certificates and you.
- The World of Apple IDs.
- WiFi: Best Practices.
- Backups and Storage.
- Security: Keeping Them Out.
- Security: Letting Them In.
MacTech selects key vendors to be a part of the event. Sponsors will be speaking and attending the event, and can talk to you about the solutions they offer. It’s a unique opportunity to make contacts within these companies and get your questions answered. Interested in sponsoring a MacTech event? See our sponsorship page.
These great publications support MacTech Events in a variety of different ways.
Note: All information is approximate and projected, but it does evolve. All sessions, speakers and descriptions are subject to change at any time without notice.