The London School of Economics & Political Science, in partnership with Apple device management specialists dataJAR, invite you to a day of presentations and open discussion on rethinking and innovating Apple device management in Higher Education.
This LSE Open Forum event will bring together IT managers and leaders from the Higher Education community with an aim to discuss and exchange knowledge on the future of managing Apple devices within the sector.
The agenda for the day includes case study presentations by LSE, University of Oxford, and Trinity College Dublin. The sessions will showcase different examples of innovative operating models for device management by HE institutions who have embraced modern management practices in response to the changing demands in the provisioning of Apple devices. Each presentation will then be followed by group discussions and debate on a key topic. The event will conclude with a panel discussion with participation by Apple and JAMF.
10:00 am – Registration
10:20 am – Welcome to LSE – Laura Dawson. Director, Data & Technology Services, LSE
10:30 am – “From owner to partner; Lessons from the journey towards modern management.” – Yannis Lagogiannis, Client Platforms Manager, LSE
11:00 am – Group discussion – All delegates
11:50 am – “Being Your Own MSP: Reducing Duplication in a Collegiate University” – Ben Goodstein, Technical Leader (Apple), IT Services, University of Oxford
12:20 pm – Group discussion – All delegates
12:50 pm – Lunch
14:00 pm – “Bridging the gap; What partnership with an external MSP looks like” – Stephen Leonard, Trinity College Dublin & James Ridsdale, dataJAR Ltd
14:25 pm – Group discussion – All delegates
15:15 pm – Panel Discussion: “What does the future look like for Apple in HE?” – All speakers, Jamf, Apple
16:00 pm – End
To find out more and register for this event, please click here.