Tech Ramblings: Apple Watch Review

I know that the Apple Watch came out on April 24th, and there are more Apple Watch reviews out there than you can possibly read in your lifetime.  That being said, I want to add my review to the fray.  Being that it’s Thursday and it’s time for another Tech Ramblings post, I thought this…

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AirWatch On-premise vs. AirWatch SaaS

This is post #4 in my AirWatch week series which as grown from just being a week as I hit a bunch of roadblocks and couldn’t get out a post every day that week. No worries though, I’m back with post #4 and it’s a good one.  A question I get all the time is…

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AirWatch SEG & MAG… Do I need these?

AirWatch series post number 3 today, we’ll be focusing on the Secure Email Gateway (SEG) and Mobile Access Gateway (MAG) features of AirWatch.  By now you have a good understanding of what AirWatch is and how it works from a high level view, today we’re going to go a little deeper and discuss these two…

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Hello My Name is: AirWatch

How many wireless devices do you own?  Do you have a tablet?  A smart phone?  A laptop?  Or several of those devices?  If you are an organization, do you have a way to manage all of your employee’s devices?  Many of today’s workers have multiple wireless devices, and on those devices they are most  likely going…

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Flex your AirWatch Muscles during AirWatch Week!

I’ve recently been through a ton of AirWatch training and I’m now supporting one of our federal clients with their large AirWatch implementation.  It’s been a fire hose of information lately but I’m finding that it’s finally starting to settle in as I’m experiencing lots of hands on work that I can relate back to…

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Tech Ramblings: Why Apple Music Let Me Down

Every Thursday I plan on posting a new “Tech Ramblings” post, this gives me a platform to profess my love for, criticize, rant and/or vilify some piece of technology.  Sometimes I just want to talk about what I love about a certain technology or what bothers me about it, it won’t always be related to…

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Book Review: Learning AirWatch

The book reviews have returned!  This week’s installment is a book written by Mark Dunkerley, titles Learning AirWatch.  For those of you who don’t know what AirWatch is, in short it’s a Mobile Device Management (MDM) platform that allows your organization to manage all devices within the organization.  AirWatch does a whole lot more than…

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Your VMworld 2014 Guide!

It’s August, which in the vCommunity can only mean one thing, it’s time for VMworld again! Late August is always a really busy and fun time of the year for me. The blog community really gets buzzing in late August, and this year has already proven to be even bigger. I’ve counted at least 5…

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And the winner is…

We have a winner! After deliberation by the vExpert Judges Panel, we have chosen Piotr Ptaszynski! Congratulations! Read Piotr’s entry below: Piotr Ptaszynski I admin VMware platform 5 years. Started with 4.0 and since then I have never attended VMworld. I believe this could be life changer for me. I agree Piotr, this will be…

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Go to VMworld 2014 for FREE!!!!

It’s that time again, my annual free trip to VMworld contest is here! It’s a bit late this year, but better late than never. VMworld 2014 looks to be great this year, I’m positive there will be many incredible announcements from VMware and many of their partners. The Solutions Exchange floor seems to get better…

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