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Milwaukee Area Technical College and the IT Computer Support Specialist program would like to thank Manpower for their generous donation of desktop PCs. Pictured from left to right are Kuldip Mohanty, CIO | Vice President of IT, Jennifer Anderson, IT Director of Infrastructure Services, Jonathan Arnold, MATC Instructor, and Mario Cortez, IT Service Delivery Manager – Operations. ManpowerGroup is a multinational workforce solutions company headquartered right here in Milwaukee. Manpower is also a member of the IT Support Specialist advisory board, where Mario Cortez and Jennifer Anderson serve and help to ensure the IT Support Specialist program is covering the most relevant and in-demand skills in the IT industry. These PCs will be used in our CompTIA A+ Essentials curriculum where students learn to assemble, disassemble, repair, and configure computer systems in preparation for the CompTIA A+ certification exam. CompTIA A+ Essentials is being offered this summer and and starts July 1st at the West Allis campus. ...
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When having a mid-size company, you would want to head towards the path of technology. Today, most companies are relying on technology to bring better opportunities of further advancement. In this article, I will be discussing everything you need to know about deploying the latest version of IPhone XS Max or any other type of device to all your employees of a mid-size company. The most important thing you need to know is to be prepared for possible changes in your project. A lot of planning will be involved in order to create a great plan of execution. I will be discussing topics such as: Shipping Costs Phone Coverage Number of Devices Phone Configurations When you first start to plan such a large deployment of any device, you would need to find out what kind of device you will be deploying to all employees. In this case, we will be deploying the latest version of IPhone. Find out what the configurations are for that certain device and find out if it will be a good fit for your employees to use. For the IPhone XS Max, the specs are as follows: CPU: A12 Bionic Storage: 512GB Memory: 4GB Resolution: 2,688 x 1,242 Battery: 3,174 mAh OS: iOS 12 This will work great because it has the latest version of iOS and the employee will have plenty of storage to save all their work if needed. Also, when planning a deployment, calculate how many employees will need these devices. In this case, 57 users who all work in different states will be getting phones. You also have other things to...