Deploy latest version of iPad on Milwaukee based enterprise

Deployment Steps   Gather Requirements for Network 57 new Apple iPad Pro Devices Maintain Existing Computer Usage 5 Wireless Access Points   Choose a Topology Extended/Expanded Star Topology Chosen Allows for large scalability Connects all devices Point to Point Wired/Wireless Connections Design the Network New Network Components will be Added onto Existing Components 5 WAPs Wireless Access Points will be added to accommodate the new hardware 5 PoE (Power over Ethernet) injectors to make sure the access points work   Required Apps for the iPads: Office 365 Evernote Workflow iAuditor Skitch Handoff Things GoToMeeting AirPlay 1Password Miradoor PrintCentral Pro Create a Budget Hardware: $40,000.00 Software: $30,000.00 for the first year Purchase Needed Hardware 57 iPad Pro Devices: $599 for one 32 GB 9.7″ $34,143 for all 57 5 Wireless Access Points: $56.99 each $284.95 for all 5 5 Power over Ethernet Injectors $19.99 each $99.95 for all 5           Purchase Needed Software Office 365: e5 business plan for $35/user/month $23,940/year for all 57 Evernote: free Workflow: $2.99/device $170.43 for all 57 iAuditor: free Skitch: free Handoff: free Things $19.99/device $1139.43 for all 57 GoToMeeting: free AirPlay: included in iOS 10 free 1Password: $9.99/device $569.43 for all 57 Miradore is free PrintCentral Pro: $7.99/device $455.43 for all 57 Implement Network and Devices add wireless access points and power over ethernet injectors to connect wireless access points place the devices on the new network and install apps on all iPads from Miradore Test Network make sure all new wireless access points are up make sure existing laptops can still get on the network Test Devices make sure all iPad Pro devices can get...

Prepare and get certified for COMPTIA Network+ Certification in Milwaukee Area

You should begin to prepare for your Network + exam at least a few weeks in advance so that you don’t feel rushed. Start slowly and gradually work yourself up to full preparation mode. I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to prepare “properly” for your exam. Many operators think that because they work in the field there is no need to prepare for the exam because hey, they already do the job right? Wrong! Regardless of how much experience you have the exams are constantly changing to take into account new regulations and subject matter. If you don’t have actual field experience there is even more reason to prepare. You are probably wondering well then, how do I prepare? The answer is simple. Review the expected range of material for the exam you plan on taking. Many states publish this information to help you focus on what will be on the test; take advantage of it. Once you have an idea of what the test will cover review documents that cover the material. Math, MCL’s, regulations, technical troubleshooting and safety will most definitely be on the exam. Be sure to cover these areas, over and over. Find what works for you. Not everyone learns the same way so you need to find what approach works best for you. Are you a visual person? Maybe flashcards and videos will be your best friend. If you rely on memory, read everything you can prior to the test. Practice repeating the MCL of various contaminants. Maybe you are an auditory learner. If so, search YouTube for explanatory and how-to videos....

Grow in Your Career: Career Path for Mobile Device Repair Technician

With each passing day, more and more smart phones are sold. From young teenagers with their first phone, to adults getting upgrade after upgrade. Each phone sale has one thing in common. All phones are fragile pieces of electronic equipment; and they break easily. Squaretradeblog.com estimates that 30% of iPhone users have damaged their phone in the last 12 months. That’s 3 out of every 10 people crack their screen EVERY YEAR!! But what is sad news for them is happy news to the cell phone repair guy. Even if you know nothing about cell phone repair, you can find everything you need on YouTube. I personally have hundreds of cell phone repair videos posted on my YouTube Channel JerryRigEverything. (Other popular cell phone repair channels are Le55ons and iFixityourself.) With a small investment in tools, you can soon become the neighborhood tech guru. Whether you repair phones locally, online, for friends, family, or for profit, there are some essential tools you need for the job.   Here are the links for the tools that I personally have in my arsenal: A Universal Smart Phone tool kit. I’ve used this exact tool kit for over a year now with zero issues. The little pry tools that come with it are pretty much useless, but the actual screw driver bits themselves, work great with android phones as well as iPhones. (The tool kit even comes with the special Penta lobe screw driver that is needed to open up any iPhone.) Isopropyl Alcohol this is the magic solution that helps restore water damaged phones. The first step to repair ANY liquid...

Why knowing how to repair devices makes me a better technician?

Today, mobile devices have so many applications, which is the reason why many people sought these products. And no matter what the person’s financial standing or age owns such device or perhaps, want to have one of these. Cell phones has almost become a pocket computer with the quick advancements in the realm of technology and now, end users could browse the web, listen to music, send emails, use the phone as navigation, do online shopping and bunch of different things. Customers have given with wide varieties of prices to choose from due to the increased in numbers of phone manufacturers and models; basically, this has given lots of people to easily have a phone that perfectly suit their lifestyle and personal requirements. On the other hand, with the growing number of phone ownership also comes with the increase in numbers of damaged devices. As a result, cell phone repair has become a big industry. Because of this, it is quite simple to find iPhone doctor cell phone repair shops in almost any part of the city. However, many people prefer to just replace their malfunctioning or damaged device instead of getting it repaired. Let me give you some reasons why phone repair is a much better thing to do than buying a new one if you have phone with such issues. One of the number one reasons is the cost, rather than having your damaged phone be fixed, a brand new one will surely cost you more. While you could get the phone repaired for a modest price of 100 bucks or less, you might have to fork out...