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 some previous eras but have to be refreshed routinely. The 1st edition of the Apple Device Management book was over 500 pages. Charles and Rich wanted to keep the page count about the same, but there’s so much new crap to shoehorn in there. That means stuff’s gotta’ go. That’s the perfect time to step back, take stock, and look at how the broader device management landscape is shifting and what admins need to know for the future.
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