Is Dual Booting in the Enterprise Worth It?





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Published on Jul 20, 2016

Speaker: Eric Gadsby

Apple's transition to Intel architecture in 2006 allowed Apple computers to run Microsoft's Windows OS and Mac OS X with relative ease and stability. In the Enterprise environment, this kind of value added proposition could not be ignored and the concept of a dual booting lab was born but is it worth it? This presentation will be focusing on the operational side of implementing and sustaining dual boot Apple computers. The technology will be discussed, but the greater focus will be on use cases and resource repercussions of such a project. A group discussion will follow.

Presented at the 2016 MacAdmins Conference at Penn State. Visit http://macadmins.psu.edu/conference/r... to access slides and videos for this and other MacAdmins sessions.

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