Announcements

MacEnterprise Proposal

posted Dec 13, 2010, 7:17 AM by lance.ogletree@macenterprise.org

With the future of MacEnterprise now in the hands of its community, one member has come forth with a proposal for consideration.

Steve Howe has submitted this document for review by the community. Please provide him feedback on the mailing list and if interested in
participating please send him an email at me@STEVEHOWE.ME


Future of Macenterprise.org

posted Aug 3, 2010, 5:18 AM by Philip Rinehart   [ updated Aug 3, 2010, 5:19 AM ]

To the MacEnterprise.org community,

MacEnterprise is a 501c3 organization; however, due to a lack of time and resources the current members of the steering committee are unable to take advantage of this status to expand what MacEnterprise can offer to the community. Therefore, after careful consideration the steering committee has resolved to:

1. Dissolve the corporation in the coming months.
2. Disband the steering committee, with no immediate successors.

Because the mailing list continues to be a fantastic and useful resource for Macintosh administrators of all levels, it will continue unchanged. The current website, hosted through Google, will also remain intact; however, no sustained effort will be made to add additional content.

In light of this announcement, we believe the future of MacEnterprise depends on the community to decide what direction it should take. Please direct any questions, comments, and/or ideas regarding this matter to internal@macenterprise.org.

Apple Inc. Employment Opportunity

posted Apr 2, 2010, 6:30 PM by Greg Neagle   [ updated Apr 2, 2010, 6:35 PM ]

Company: Apple Inc.
Location: Cupertino, CA

Job Title: Systems Engineer
Description:
Immediate Apple Enterprise Professional Services opportunity in Tucson, Arizona for a Mac OS X IT consultant with a minimum of 5 years of Mac OS X experience with some Unix and Windows integration knowledge.
Specifically, candidate will have Unix scripting ( bash ) skills, understanding of Apple's installer tools Packagemaker as well as thorough knowledge of Mac OS X Leopard (10.5) and Mac OS X Leopard Server and above. Candidate should have a good understanding of complex MSFT AD configurations. Mac OS X Security lock down know-how is important.
Candidate must have great interpersonal and communication skills and is able to advise Government customer on Apple hardware and software. Candidate should have the ability to learn smart card integration services and DoD standards for PKI. 
Candidate should have the ability and willingness to work with non-tech savvy users and able to deal with help desk support if required. Documentation skills are required.

The job will require some travel (less then 20%). Must have at least 5 years of experience diagnosing and solving problems in a Mac OS X / Unix / environment and experience with Windows XP, Windows Server 2K3 and above, MSFT Active Directory, LDAP.
Candidate has the willingness to work in a team across various IT environments and divisions and ability, desire, and motivation to learn. 

Mac OS X 10.5 ACSA Certification is important.

How To Apply:
To apply for this position, please Click Here.

SARCOM/Apple Event in LA

posted Feb 17, 2010, 10:55 AM by Greg Neagle   [ updated Feb 17, 2010, 11:34 AM ]

On March 9, 2010, SARCOM is hosting an "Apple Solutions for Enterprise" event in Beverly Hills, CA, and has invited the MacEnterprise community.

Click here for more info.

RSVP here.

Macworld SF 2010 MacIT conference slides

posted Feb 17, 2010, 10:10 AM by Greg Neagle

Here are slides from the MacIT conference at Macworld 2010. We hope to add more in the future!

WebCast with Sal Sogohian, February 16, 10:00am PST = 1:00pm EST = 18:00 GMT

posted Feb 15, 2010, 2:57 PM by Philip Rinehart   [ updated Feb 15, 2010, 4:38 PM ]

MacEnterprise will host a webcast featuring Apple's Sal Sogohian

10:00am PST = 1:00pm EST = 18:00 GMT

Title: Macintosh Automation: Services in Snow Leopard

Description: Sal Soghoian, Product Manager for Apple's automation technologies, will review and demonstrate the new Services feature of Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Incorporating the dramatic advancements in Automator, AppleScript, and other Mac OS X automation frameworks, Services now makes it incredibly easy to create and deliver powerful automation tools contextually, at the point-of-need. System Administrators will especially like Services direct integration with Remote Desktop for automation of computer management tasks. Don't miss this webcast!

Sal is the product manager for Apple's automation products, including AppleScript and Automator, and is the author of AppleScript 1-2-3.   The webcast info:  

Webcast ID: MacEnterprise
Passcode: 805613

MacEnterprise.org Webcast - Snow Leopard Server Setup: Under the Hood, Jan 19 2010

posted Jan 13, 2010, 2:52 PM by Philip Rinehart   [ updated Jan 13, 2010, 2:54 PM ]




MacEnterprise.org Webcast - Snow Leopard Server Setup: Under the Hood
January 19, 2010
10:00am PST = 1:00pm EST = 18:00 GMT

Description: Snow Leopard Server includes a new streamlined setup assistant to help you configure your server. The new setup experience provides for a rich set of functionality that is suited for various different network topologies. Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of how the Setup Assistant can automatically configure other network devices such as Airport Extreme and Time Capsule to provide seamless network connectivity for local networks as well as the Internet. Once the server has been setup, learn how you can can in turn use it to configure client computers as well as mobile devices such as an iPod touch or iPhone to access the services on the server.

This webcast will also provide a review of Apple's server hardware deployment options including the Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server, Mac Pro and Xserve. 


Presenters: Doug Brooks, Senior Product Manager, Server Hardware, Apple Inc.
Nader Nafissi, Senior Product Manager, Server Software, Apple Inc.


How to Join the Webcast:  Please click on the URL below and login using the Passcode and Webcast ID provided.
Webcast ID: MacEnterprise
Passcode: 050264


Please respectfully forward/post this information to any group or community that would be interested in attending this webcast.

New webcast archives are available

posted Jul 15, 2009, 9:55 AM by lance.ogletree@macenterprise.org

We've posted both the eggPlant and Casper Suite 7 webcast archives for download.

Webcasts are back online

posted Jul 15, 2009, 9:54 AM by lance.ogletree@macenterprise.org

We've recovered and made available our webcasts.
Apologies for the delay

Webcasts offline

posted Jul 7, 2009, 5:41 AM by Philip Rinehart

Webcasts are currently offline.  Archives will be restored as soon as possible.

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