The Evolution of Apple Device Management
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Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, the Mac existed in a vacuum. Unmanaged and left behind in the grand scheme of the corporate enterprise, it was at best overlooked by Windows-centric IT departments and, at worst, marked for retirement and removal. In those times, it was common to see a Mac network running as a silo, often with a dedicated cable modem for Internet access and sometimes even with a dedicated mail server to support the creatives. And yes, it was pretty much exclusively creatives.