Episode 288: Mike from Bombich Software
One of the tools we don’t talk about that much on the podcast but have all used is Carbon Copy Cloner. Before CCC, we wrote scripts to clone drives, figured […]
Episode 287: Objective by the Sea v5.0
This week Tom sits down with three speakers from the Objective but the Sea v5.0 Conference held in sunny Spain.
Episode 286: Thijs Alkemade on the vulnerability from Black Hat
One of our favorite things about interviewing security researchers is that those who can talk about what they do at places like DEF CON and Black Hat are the good […]
Episode 285: What’s New At Kandji?
Today we’re welcoming Weldon Dodd from Kandji back to the podcast to discuss how things have been going this year, and today’s announcement around bringing IT and InfoSec together.
Episode 284: Rich Trouton on Apple Device Management, 2nd Edition
The good developers at Apple throw us new and exciting curve balls with every new release. This means books can’t just sit on a shelf for five years like in […]
Episode 283: The State of the Update
Software Updates might be the trickiest part of being a Mac Admin right now, there’s lots of different approaches, and a whole bunch of edge and corner cases.
Episode 282: Robin Lauren and Human Centered Security
Robin Laurén joins the pod this week to talk about Human Centered Security. We’ll pick up where he left off in his MacADUK talk, discuss any reactions, and get into […]
Episode 281: MacAdmins In Higher Education
Some of the larger early Apple deployments were in education and many of the more complicated of those were in higher education. This has given higher education deployments a front-row […]
Episode 280: Where Device Management and MSPs Intersect, with Charles Mangin
We cover a lot of different types of workflows on this podcast. They’re all equally as complicated, and some are very specifically designed for a given industry. In today’s episode […]
Episode 279: XCreds Part II with Tim Perfitt
Tim Perfitt is back again to continue last week’s episode about his latest macOS app; XCreds! If you’ve ever dealt with labs, this episode is for you.