Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 03, 2013
The upcoming MacTech conference, hosted in Los Angeles, is the first major Apple event since the release of Apple’s two operating systems, iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks. The conference is a three-day intense technical immersion specifically targeted to Apple IT professionals, developers, and programmers in the enterprise. It’s designed to spur creativity between those who work within the Apple community, and facilitate networking and the exchange of ideas among IT professionals dedicated to supporting the Apple community.
President and Founder Ben Greiner will represent Forget Computers and its intellectual properties. Greiner is looking forward to showcasing their Robot Cloud product, an innovative cloud-based Apple device management solution, as well as demonstrating why this creation was recently featured in Bashooka.com’s list of "50 Intuitive Dashboard UI Designs." He also plans to consult with current Robot Cloud subscribers, reviewing and analyzing their technology infrastructure and corporate mobile device strategy in order to provide recommendations for 2014.
This is the fifth industry-focused conference Forget Computers has attended in 2013, following MacIT, Apple Connect, MacSysAdmin and the JAMF National User Conference. Greiner is looking forward to continuing the spirit of innovation and dynamic creation among these captains of information technology.
Ben Greiner is the President and Founder of Forget Computers and is an expert in the Apple technology field. In addition to several speaking engagements over the years, Ben has most recently published the following articles in i.Business Magazine: “Best Practices for Creating Apple IDs,” “Six Steps to Better Mac & iOS Security,” and “Secure Corporate iOS Devices the Smart Way.”
Founded in 1998, Forget Computers is a team of Apple IT specialists skilled in delivering Mac and iOS management and support to Chicago creatives and IT professionals worldwide. Forget Computers is also the developer of Robot Cloud, a hosted Apple device management solution, powered by JAMF’s Casper Suite and the ingenuity and experience of Forget Computers.
Ben will be posting updates related to MacTech at Robot Cloud News and on Twitter @robot_cloud.