Hi Guys, Gals, and Quadrupeds! Once a year for my amazing firm I do an assessment of Intune. I think it’s important to take a long/hard look at things and just because its Microsoft doesn’t mean its overpriced and bad. Honestly, it has come a long way. I will talk about the basic requirements every one […]Read More Mobile Jon’s 2017 Intune Assessment
Hi Everyone! As I have written in other blog posts, the frustration of working with an unmanaged aka app-level managed email client can be a real challenge today. The first problem (being fair) is that most of them suck. It’s truly amusing how people after the fact think Good for Enterprise (GFE) was the greatest […]Read More Deep Dive into the Mobile Outlook Client
Hi there! Yeah like everyone else in IT I am also a Game of Thrones nerd and that’s okay. I think the sheer amusement of Faceless men and Face ID is an entertaining anecdote. For those of you living in a cave, I’m talking about this guy! So moving on, I wanted to take some […]Read More Can a faceless man use FaceID?
Hi Everyone, I will be delivering an invaluable blog today that shows you how to build and deploy WorkspaceONE correctly. I won’t be like a vendor and tell you to go pay for consulting services or do this or that! I will show you how to do it at a basic level and deliver some […]Read More Mobile Jon’s WorkspaceONE Deployment Guide
Let’s be honest…Microsoft owns you and always will…just when you think you are OUT…they pull YOU back IN! This has become so much more complicated in this day and age. People think that mobile administrators are basically the peons from Warcraft. Do you remember the peons? I remember the peons! They think we’re these […]Read More Troubleshooting Office Apps for iOS
I guess the tech blog bug has me in its inescapable web. I posted a nice 2000 words on Boxer for iOS and people think I might actually not be just a loud mouth from Boston so hurray for me. First off, because I’m not that pretentious and think everyone knows all these silly acronyms. […]Read More A Mobile Engineer’s Guide to the DLP-ocalypse