Live webinar: The Apple Watch in corporate use

What are the possible uses for Apple Watches in companies and what do you have to pay attention to? A live webinar by Mac & i provides answers to these questions. In addition to mobile wrist access to business appointments, contacts, messages and e-mails, the watch is also able to support daily work with deployment lists and also to make a contribution to occupational safety in certain areas.

In contrast to smartphones and laptops, however, the Apple Watch with the watchOS operating system cannot be integrated into MDM systems for device management. This poses a challenge for corporate use.

In the webinar “Apple Watch in Business Use”, mobile device specialist and technical author Mark Zimmermann describes the opportunities and challenges of using Apple’s computer clock at work. Participants receive valuable information on the use and efficiency of the watch as well as concrete examples from practice. Zimmermann heads the Center of Excellence for mobile solution development at EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG.

In addition to an overview of the Watch’s most important productivity functions, the aim is to provide food for thought for the handling and use of this relatively young device category in the corporate environment. The webinar is aimed at system and network administrators as well as IT managers in companies.

The approximately one and a half hour webinar will take place on July 4, 2023. It begins at 10 a.m. and will be moderated by Mac & i editor Inge Schwabe. Participation is easy online, questions can be asked via chat. Afterwards, unlimited access to the video recording and the materials is also available. The ticket price for early bookers is 116.10 euros.

With the new Mac & i Pro subscription for admins and developers, participation in this and other webinars is free of charge, including a total of 24 webinars per year.

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