Yesterday, it was my honour to remotely speak at
MacDeployment 2021, on the subject of Administering Apple Silicon.
And amazingly, all the talks from
MacDeployment 2021 are already available online! (in fact, they were available soon afterwards).
A link to the video, slide deck, GitHub repo and links to the other videos etc from
MacDeployment 2021 can be found below.
Many thanks to the
MacDeployment 2021 team for the great event.
Psst if you watch the video and get to the last section, please check the macOS Big Sur 11.5 beta release notes on Appleseed for IT. Continue reading
Last month, I presented at a
dataJAR tech series event where I discussed some of the new management features available in macOS Big Sur and how these can affect Mac administration workflows, as well as changes that might trip you up in regards to managing Apple silicon.
The video for the talk and a PDF of the slides, can be found
You’ll also find a talk there from Riley Bruce, Security Community Evangelist Manager, Code42 titled “Understanding Insider Risk Management on macOS”
JNUC 2020, dataJAR gave a couple of talks.
My talk was titled “jamJAR: Three years on”, which detailed the evolution of
jamJAR and some changes made with the then soon to be released version 2.0.
Below you’ll find a link to the talks video and all other JNUC 2020 videos, a link to the talks GitHub repo and, why this blog post was been delayed.
James & I recently joined Bradley Chambers on the 9to5mac Apple @ Work podcast to talk about about trends in the enterprise relating to macOS and iOS updates that we see at dataJAR.
The podcast can be found
JNUC2019, I had the honour of once again presenting alongside my colleague, friend & founder of dataJAR James Ridsdale.
The talk was on some of the methodologies
dataJAR employs to fully manage 100+ Jamf Pro instances as a distributed team whilst maintaining a high standard throughout.
During the talk we released a few GitHub repos with items that we use day-to-day to help our fellow admins. These will be covered in further detail over the few weeks.
A link to the talks video can be found below, alongside the talks main GitHub repo.
As mentioned in my
last post, the good folks over at the MacAdmins.org Podcast allowed me on to prattle on about things including AutoCasperNBI & AutoImagrNBI.
This was actually some weeks ago, but things have been busy. Apologies for the delay but the details can be found below.
At this years
macad.uk, not only were dataJAR a part of the MacAD Team, But, I also had the honour of opening up the Education track.
Below contains two links to the Video of my talk, slides & links to other talks from this
macad.uk. Continue reading
At the end of
macad.uk 2019 it was my pleasure to join Tom Bridge, Graham Gilbert & Joel Rennich on stage for a live podcast.
Links to this podcasts episode, as well as links to the
MacAdmins.org Podcast can be found below. Continue reading
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.