Desktop management started out simple. Install a few applications and join to Active Directory. A few lines of login script and the computer was ready for use. Like anything else, desktop management has become more complex over time. Add constant updating of the operating system and applications as well as the need for an up-to-date antivirus application. Then add some corporate requirements for consistency and branding. Finally, layer in some selective deployment of applications to different business units or individual staff. The whole process gets to be a large and complex undertaking. Should we be rethinking this and going back to basics? How little desktop management can we get away with in a modern organization?
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Apple unveiled the latest iCloud iteration at it’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco yesterday, beefing up the the fledgling service with new features that show for the first time that it too understands what post-PC means.