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Client Management Best Practices for Managing Mac Systems

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Mac OS X Simplifies Client Management. Same Network. Same Team. Same Processes.

One of the greatest challenges facing any institution is the maintenance of a large number of computer systems. When properly performed, lifecycle management—from the loading dock to the recycler—maximizes your return on investment, keeps your users more productive, and protects the security of your computer systems and your enterprise data. What’s more, all of these goals can be achieved while reducing the load on IT staff.

Many C-level executives and IT managers are looking to tap into technology that can give their companies an edge, and Apple®is becoming part of the conversation and part of the standard enterprise infrastructure for many innovative organizations. The Mac® is easy to integrate into your existing environment and has built-in tools for centralized client management. With multilayered security features, the Mac helps ensure a high level of protec­tion.

Client Management: Best Practices for Managing Mac Systems takes you through the five steps of lifecycle management- Prepare, deploy, maintain, control and monitor, and retire - With an emphasis on the best practices for managing Mac computers. Apple and other vendors offer tools that can address every stage of the Mac lifecycle. These tools allow organizations to smoothly integrate Mac systems into their networks and client management efforts.

Read this white paper, Client Management Best Practices for Managing Mac Systems today to learn more about how Macs can fit seamlessly into Windows and mixed-platform environments, and are easy to integrate, manage, and can help increase IT efficiency and reduce costs throughout your organization.

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Vendor:
CDW
Posted:
15 Apr 2010
Published:
15 Apr 2010
Format:
PDF
Length:
21 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English

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