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Live webinar: iOS 15 in corporate use

Many companies can no longer be imagined without iPhones and iPads. Apple is constantly upgrading functions for company use, now again with iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. The devices must be managed centrally and supplied with software, documents and settings, and there is a strict separation between company data and personal data on private Apple devices of employees (bring your own device – BYOD) is playing an increasingly important role.

That Live webinar “iOS in Enterprises: Deployment Programs, Device Management, User Enrollment and Shared iPad” explains system and network administrators as well as those responsible for IT what to look out for when using iPhones and iPads in practice. The focus of the event is on setting up, connecting and using Apple hardware in conjunction with MDM systems, as well as the different types of management. This includes, among other things, the central configuration as well as management and inventory of devices from the company – but also the options for the secure integration of private iPhones and iPads of employees.

The webinar also covers the setup of iPads in multi-user mode, the “Shared iPad” feature is only available to organizations. Another topic is the possibilities of Apple’s Device Enrollment Programs (DEP) for the automatic registration of iOS devices with MDM systems as well as the purchase and provision of apps for corporate use with the iPhone manufacturer’s Volume Purchase Program (VPP).

Mac & i’s 120-minute live webinar will take place on November 9, 2021, starting at 10 a.m. The event will be held by Mark Zimmermann, a specialist in mobile solutions, and moderated by Mac & i Editor-in-Chief Stephan Ehrmann. Live demos and a question and answer section are also on the program, participants can simply ask questions to the speaker via an input field in the webinar platform. Participation costs 129 euros. A video recording of the event can then be called up.

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