Summary: Learn how to successfully implemented Apple technology into an institution’s IT infrastructure.
To help your institution decide on the right way to create iTunes accounts for students, this tutorial describes the three iOS deployment models—personal ownership, institutional ownership, and layered ownership. For each model, you’ll learn how to create iTunes accounts that don’t require a credit card, and you’ll find out how to manage Apple IDs, including how to reset passwords.
The simplest model of iOS deployment in education is called the Personal Ownership model, in which the end user retains ownership of apps and controls the initial setup, device settings, and the app store experience. This tutorial walks you through the basic steps of Personal Ownership deployment, including setting up an AppleID, creating a credit card free account, and downloading apps.
Learn how to use Apple Configurator to customize, deploy and manage several iOS devices for short term use with apps that are licensed to educational institutions. You'll also discover how the Institutional Model allows for shared use of these configured iOS devices between students or classes.
Find out how Apple Configurator can customize, deploy and manage several Apple devices so they can be assigned to students and staff on a long-term checkout basis. You’ll also learn how to install apps that are licensed to the education institutions, and create a credit card free iTunes account so students can download personal apps or textbook redemption codes.
This tutorial will walk you through the three simple workflows of Apple Configurator: preparation of new iOS devices for immediate distribution, supervision of devices that need to maintain a standard configuration, and assignment of devices to users.
Get step-by-step guidance on how to prepare an OS X image so it can be deployed across Mac computers in a K-12 or Higher Education institution. You’ll also learn about the two primary methods for creating an OS X image for mass deployment.
In this tutorial we’ll walk you through best practice for deploying an OS X image at your institution using System Image Utility. You’ll also be shown the various workflows that are involved in deploying the images used on Macs.
Profile Manager is a great way to manage your iOS and Mac devices in the classroom, and this tutorial will walk you through the basics of how it’s used and how you can enroll. It describes the ways in which Profile Manager allows you to configure and enforce policies remotely on mass deployments of Mac and iOS devices, giving you the power and flexibility to meet your institution’s specific needs.
From setting up email to deploying web clips, and creating subscribed calendars to restricting app installations, learn the many ways that Profile manager can help you remotely manage and configure your school’s iOS devices.
When you deploy Macs in a one-to-one or a many-to-one environment, a series of settings and preferences are needed to help shape the user experience. This tutorial shows you how to centrally manage and configure system settings, preferences, services, and more through either Profile Manager or Workgroup Manager.