See how Foursquare went from only using their JSS to enroll and inventory devices to transforming it into a fully scalable deployment, monitoring and maintenance tool for their global user base. You’ll learn how they started with only two Mac minis in their San Francisco and New York office locations and moved the service to AWS and two locally hosted virtual machines so they could utilize DEP and Self Service. Discover how they built a DEP program that allowed for seamless deployment to global locations, as well as built tools to alleviate ticket volume and response time. If you want to see the tremendous upside of transitioning your local infrastructure to the cloud, you won’t want to miss this session.
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Jordan currently works at Foursquare as an IT Systems Engineer. He's been working with the Casper Suite since 2010 when Tiffany & Co was one of the first 25 corporations to utilize it for Apple Device Management. Aside from Tiffany & Co, he's also worked for companies like AOL, Apple and Bank of America.
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