Deploy latest version of iPhone X to employees of Medium size company in Milwaukee

This guide, we will highlight the steps that need to get an iOS program up and running using the Casper Suite and Apple’s user-friendly deployment programs. pretend there’s an organization is about to deploy iOS devices to their employees, and they are not sure where to start, that’s where the Apple Management Experts can help. Since 2002, JAMF Software and the Casper Suite (The Casper Suite is a collection of Mac and iOS management tools) solution have helped organizations across the globe ensure their Apple programs are a success.   Step 1: Sign up for Apple’s Device Enrollment Program and Volume Purchase Program Enroll your party/company at deploy.apple.com Get the Apple Customer Number from Apple or your Reseller this is required for Device Enrollment Program. Use a shared email address for the Apple ID Outline who has access to the Device Enrollment Program (DEP) portal page via Admin setting within the DEP site.   Step 2: Consider Apple ID strategy With iOS 9 and later, you can deploy apps to either users’ Apple IDs or directly to a device. Select whether to use Apple IDs based on the app deployment preference. User-based deployments, separate Apple ID per user is recommended. Apple IDs necessitate an email address, so consider using users’ work email or their personal email.   Step 3: Ensure stable Wi-Fi and networking Solid Wi-Fi and modern networking are serious for a successful deployment. Make sure the organization has enough bandwidth and wireless routers to handle all your new devices. The Casper Suite requirements to communicate to your devices over the internet for management. You will need to...

5 New Features of the Android Pie

    Android Pie represents a major overhaul for the OS. Android users will really notice a difference when it comes to the system’s new gesture navigation system and new user interface features. Android Pie will slowly make its way out to eligible phones. It’s currently available for Pixel devices but will be coming soon to others. Many older phones will likely never see the update, but most recently made phones should eventually get the new features. While Android Pie offers a host of improvements, I have picked out five to talk about. Just keep in mind these features may not be available on all Pie-running phones right away. A new home button The little icons at the bottom of your Android screen are getting a major makeover. With Android Pie, you will see an elongated, pill-shaped icon in the bottom center that acts a new, fancier version of the home button. Swipe up from the bottom to view your recent apps. To switch apps, just swipe right on the home button. With Android Pie, users will have the option to use only one button by enabling new gesture navigation. The home button now acts as an area where you use gestures to view recently used apps, quickly switch between them and open the app drawer. Revamped screenshots A small, but smart upgrade you will find in Android Pie. The normal method for taking a screenshot involves holding down the power button and the volume-down button at the same time, which requires some dexterity and effort. With Android Pie, you just hold down the power button and tap on...

Tools You will Need to Build Your Own Computer

You don't need an expensive toolkit to build your own computer, but there are a few simple electronics tools that you absolutely must have. All of these can be easily obtained at almost any computer store or online. You may already have some of them. If not, then the easiest way to get the tools you need is to purchase a computer repair tool kit that contains all the tools you need, as well as a handy carrying case to keep them organized. As with all tools, you should buy the best quality computer tools that you can afford. Good tools last longer and make the job easier. If you plan to become a professional computer technician, you should consider buying a professional tool kit from a company that sells computer tools like Tecra Tools. All computer tools should be non-magnetized.   Screwdrivers and nut drivers You should have available, at a minimum, small- and medium-sized Phillips and flat screwdrivers and a 1/4″ nut driver. It’s best to have numerous screwdrivers or a bit-driver and multiple bits on hand to accommodate any type of nut or screw. For the majority of PC builds and upgrades, a basic No. 2 Phillips screwdriver will be the only tool you’ll need. As you start working with more diverse hardware and accessories, you'll need different-size screwdrivers and nut drivers. I keep an array of screwdrivers on hand, as well as a bit-driver and an assortment of magnetic bits. I also like to have a small electronics toolkit handy, on the off chance that I’ll need to disassemble a drive or other accessory that’s...

How to Install Windows 8 On VirtualBox

    VirtualBox is one of the finest free software available to install and try Windows on a virtual machine. Now that Windows 8 has made its way to the web, many of you might be interested in test driving the new OS without installing it on your primary machine. You can easily install and test Windows 8 in virtual environment using free software such as VMware Player and Oracle VirtualBox. In this guide, we will show you how to install Windows 8 on VirtualBox virtual machine. What you will need: Windows 8 installation ISO file Oracle VirtualBox software 20 GB free space on the host machine Procedure: Step 1: Download and install VirtualBox software     Step 2: Run VirtualBox software to launch VirtualBox Manager Step 3: On VirtualBox Manager screen click New to launch create New Virtual Machine wizard click Next, enter a name for your new virtual machine, select operating system version as Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 click Next to proceed Step 4: You need to select the amount of base memory that you want to allocate to your new virtual machine. Slide the bar towards to the right-side to increase the base memory. Remember to allocate at least 1 GB for your new virtual machine. Click Next to continue   Step 5: You need to create a new virtual hard disk to install your new Windows 8 or 8.1 operating system simply select Boot Hard Disk click Create a new hard disk option click Next to open Create New Virtual Disk wizard   Step 6: On Create New Virtual Disk wizard box click Next button...

How to Train Users after New System was Implemented at Work

From top to bottom, a user guide should be educational, motivational and organized. It must answer common questions efficiently to save employees time and confusion. Most of all, a user guide should be built upon itself to become an educational tool that’s accessible and practical. I will share a few tips on creating a quality self-service training guide for end users. While I was at MATC I have had to write self-service training guides for a few classes. I have learned a lot as I have gotten better and more confident at creating these step by step guides. The most important tip is to thoroughly research the topic matter of whatever your making the self-service guide about. Because, before you can begin the writing process you must have a complete understanding of the subject you choose. I always want to know how to make something work but also why and how it works. Keep in mind you are writing this from a position of knowledge and should be able to speak at length about any aspect of the process. Having a better understanding of how and why things work the way they do will make you be able to write more confidently write the instructions in your training guide. My next tip is before writing the guide you should, and successfully do whatever you are writing about. Example: How to guide to encrypt your phone or a How to guide to secure store client information on the new server. This is important for several reasons one being that it will help you work out any small kinks or bugs...