Mac For Your Enterprise
Adopting the Mac as a corporate IT standard can be valuable for your organization. And with renowned ease of use, rock-solid security, and built-in tools to centralize client management, it's easier than you may think. The Mac can fit easily in managed corporate and government environments.So why not consider including Mac systems as a standard choice for your organization?
With a fully-certified UNIX core, Mac OS X delivers an intuitive user interface—helping to improve user satisfaction and productivity. Mac OS X also has built-in tools that centralize support for company-wide Mac systems, enabling IT to deliver proactive upgrade, patch, and security services, inventory planning, and client support with existing tools and resources, or other innovative tools for the Mac.
Deploying the Mac can even result in reduced help-desk calls, ultimately leading to lower tech support costs. Mac OS X includes built-in security features such as application-based firewall, VPN client, strong encryption tools, and integrated Internet security to help keep your organization protected at all levels of operation.
Key Code Media Mac Enterprise Solutions
Why add Mac to your network?
- Easy to secure, integrate and manage
- Can help lower IT support costs
- Built-in Active Directory® plug-ins
- Out-of-the box support for Microsoft™ Exchange Server®
- Multi-platform capabilities
Key Code Media is uniquely qualified to help your company integrate the Mac into your enterprise. Why? Because we have been through the process in our own company and know all the nuances of implementing Mac in the enterprise.
Snow Leopard Server
Snow Leopard Server OSX
Mac OS X Server v10.6 Snow Leopard includes dramatic performance improvements and innovative new capabilities that make it easier than ever for the people in your organization to collaborate, communicate, and share information. With Snow Leopard Server, users can effortlessly share files, schedule meetings and events, exchange instant messages, send and receive mail on the Internet, access the organization’s network remotely, publish podcasts, and host websites, wikis, and blogs.
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Key Code Story
The Key Code Story:
Our company has a standard enterprise structure that is dominated by Microsoft™ Servers, Exchange Server®, MAS 200®, and Sales Logix®. It made sense that we would only support PC based desktops and mobile clients. We noticed, however, that many of our employees were only using their PC's to access our enterprise software but using their own Mac laptops and home desktops to do much of their other work. We also found that they were using iPhone's and iPad's for most of their email access.
We re-evaluated our approach and decided to give equal choice to our employees on the type of client they would use on our system. By layering Citrix™ between our servers and clients we were able to offer browser based access to all our enterprise systems on both PC and Mac platforms. Our employees are leaving their PC desktops at the office turned off most of the time and find doing their daily tasks on our enterprise systems much more enjoyable. They are also supporting themselves with minimal IT involvement which has reduced our overall IT costs by 25%.
Now we find that our team is much happier, more mobile, and our overhead costs have been reduced.