Weldon Dodd of Rewind Technology joins us for another episode
-Weldon asks the crew about New Year's resolutions and the conversation immediately delves into a discussion on Wi-Fi
-Eero is a recommendation Weldon has been using in a lot of residential environments. Joe & Jerry have similar positive experiences:
-Cisco Meraki is what Rewind Tech usually turns to for continued management of a network:
-Weldon discusses his 1, 3, 5, 7 plan (Software - every year, endpoint equipment (laptops) - 3, servers - 5 years, networking equipment - 7 years)
-Sam is starting to evaluate Daylite as a CRM and sees many possibilities for use within his organization. Still, the discussion of a good old fashioned spreadsheet comes about.
-Weldon discusses the future of his training and MSP business as well as his role within the organization
-2018 goals for Weldon: creating and utilizing custom DEP deployment solutions since the future of imaging is changing. Ultimately he wants a great experience for the customer. Here are some of the tools that he is looking into:
The ability to create macOS packages to deploy user accounts
DEP deployment tools:
-Tim Perfitt from Two Canoes discusses acquiring a new iMac Pro and the changes that come with it: https://twocanoes.com/secureboot-imac-pro/
-Another great resource mentioned from Scripting OS X called NetInstall Is Dead, Too: https://scriptingosx.com/2017/12/netinstall-is-dead-too/
-Weldon takes a few moments and acknowledges the fellow members of the Mac community
-Have a great 2018!