iOS Deployment & Security Training
Our iOS training provides the necessary skills, tools and knowledge to set up, deploy and explain key features native to iOS devices and applications. Interactive discussions and hands-on exercises guide IT professionals responsible for deploying and managing iOS devices or technical sales professionals instruction on customer-assistance, when deciding to purchase iOS devices. Use cases demonstrate how to enroll, configure, manage or move devices through various deployment scenarios and user questions, and addresses security in the context of those scenarios. Additional instruction covers Mobile Device Management (MDM), Volume Purchase Program (VPP) and the Device Enrollment Program (DEP), which help organizations properly deploy and configure their devices at scale.
iOS Deployment Essentials is a two-day course that provides participants an opportunity to learn about the skills, tools, and knowledge needed to deploy iOS devices. Interactive discussions and hands-on exercises guide participants through the configuration, management, and supervision of iOS devices. The participants’ knowledge and skills are tested and reinforced by working through real-world scenarios.
Whether a company is deep into its deployment of iOS or just beginning the journey, security and privacy come up in every deployment conversation. In this workshop, participants learn about security and privacy technologies that are built into iOS so they’re ready to discuss why it’s the best choice for business mobility.
iPad and iPhone empower today’s modern workforce. To support these mobile users, organizations need to provide reliable and secure network access. At this workshop, participants learn how to integrate Apple technology into existing networks while balancing usability, complexity, and security.
In this workshop, participants learn about the skills, tools, and knowledge needed to deploy iOS devices. Discussions and hands-on activities guide participants through decisions required when deploying user-owned and company-owned devices.