Previously, I have mentioned that Adobe are moving away from Device Pool & Serial Number licensing.
However, at the time we had very little detail on what the new licensing would be.
Well, earlier today Adobe started to release some details. See below for more information & links to Adobes documentation on this new licensing.
When macOS Mojave’s Mac App Stores new look was unveiled during WWDC 2018 it was also announced that Microsoft would be bringing the
Office suite to the Mac App Store.
Well, earlier this week the
announcement was fulfilled.
See below for some information on how this might affect us admins as well as some things to consider.
For a while now,
Adobe has had a documented method to manage some of the options with the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App.
dataJAR, we have used this successfully for some time. I’ve just forgotten to post it here.
Until now! See below.
Earlier this week, I gave at talk at
Jamf’s London office for London Apple Admins titled “More Slackin'”. (Thanks for having us Jamf!)
The talk detailed some of how to get more from Slack & how we at
dataJAR used Slack to the point where email has become relatively infrequent.
A link to the slides & the links mentioned within can be seen below.
My final talk at
MacADUK was held at the last session of the schedule, & was alongside Ellie Shiel & Stephen Warneford-Bygrave
Below can be found the video for the talk & a link to the slides.
The morning of the second day of
MacADUK, I was a member of a panel discussing the future of macOS with several fellow admins.
Below is the video of that panel.
Earlier this year I presented on the first day of
MacADUK alongside my fellow dataJAR directors.
For some reason, I did not post any of my
MacADUK 2018 talks. This is the 1st post to rectify that.
Today I have released my seemingly annual pre-JNUC post-new macOS updates to both AutoCasperNBI & AutoImagrNBI, these are likely to be the last major updates to the apps & quite possibly the last updates to the apps ever.
Below is why I have updated the apps, & why this is likely to be their last update.
Earlier today at Adobe’s annual
Adobe Max Creativity Conference, Adobe announced Adobe Creative Cloud 2019.
Whilst that announcement will not surprise many an admin, there are some other changes that will impact us.
Details on these can be found below.