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Better Together: Managing Your Apple Devices as an Ecosystem

The reality is desktop operating systems — Windows, macOS and Chrome OS — have little in common. All have a unique workflow to provision, encrypt, deploy, secure, update and support devices. The same “uniqueness” also applies to the mobile platforms: iOS, Windows Mobile and Android.

So, you as an organization have to choose:

  • Manage your devices by platform type (i.e., desktop or mobile).
  • Attempt to manage your devices with a unified tool.
  • Manage your devices by ecosystem (Apple, Microsoft, Google).

Download this e-book for a break down of the choices facing you and your IT staff, and see how each impacts you and your users.

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How to Implement a User-Choice Program

To recruit and retain top talent today, companies must recognize that a user‐centric IT approach based on choice has become essential. More and more companies understand that empowering employees with the right technology is the best way to make them more productive and propel the business forward. As a result, IT leaders are reevaluating their practices and offering programs that provide employees with a choice or CYOD programs rather than pushing one type of device on employees.

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