From unboxing the laptop to putting it in the hands of a student, faculty or staff member, discover how one person completes this process for hundreds of laptops in just a matter of days. Learn a workflow that makes this a one-touch, automated process that mixes configuration profiles, scripts and policies. Join us to see why it does not require a large IT department to handle a 1-to-1 Apple program.
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Bob Gendler is an Apple fanatic using Apple products as far back as the Apple //gs. He graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in Information Technology and has been in the technology field ever since. He was previously the Technology Coordinator at an international nonprofit but has been the Laptop Program Coordinator at St. Andrew's Episcopal School since June 2012.
James Masciuch has been in academic technology since leaving University of Maryland 10+ years ago. At St. Andrew's, he has moved from Help Desk Support to Network Admin and finally to Director of Technology. His knowledge has been learned on the job and through his studies to obtain a Master of Science in Information Systems at Johns Hopkins. He helped plan for and shape the 1-to-1 program from its inception, which has become a huge success among St. Andrew's peer schools.