The third annual MacAdmins conference at Penn State will be held in University Park during first week in May. There are still open seats although space is limited for the conference.
According to one of the organizing team members, Rusty Myers, the conference strives to be "non-profit, low-cost, and high value, while catering to all levels of Mac system administrators." There will be more than 40 sessions of Mac content as well as presentations from Apple engineers.
You can read about the MacAdmins sessions here. Many of the topics cover specific deployment strategies and software tools and services. Some are aimed at a higher-education setting: can you say a Boot Camp Windows installer leveraging the BitTorrent protocol? Others discuss the issues when a Windows-only IT shop starts supporting Macs.
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