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Teri Grossheim - Apple/Mobility Systems Engineer

Teri Grossheim

Teri is an Apple/Mobility Systems Engineer at PC Connection with more than 10 years of experience in Apple technologies, enterprise mobility, and media/audio technologies. She is also an Apple Certified Technical Coordinator and a MobileIron Certified Administrator, with an iOS Technical Certification.

Areas of expertise:Mobility

Articles by Teri Grossheim


Mac in the Workplace

Mac in the Workplace

Built for Business Inside and Out

by Teri Grossheim | 06.24.14

With the growing number of BYOD and employee choice strategies being implemented in today’s business environments, many employees are choosing Mac® to get their work done. IT organizations are often not sure how to get started when supporting Mac computers in business environments. Best practices for Mac deployment, management, security, and support are dynamic and typically specific to each individual IT environment. Successful integration enables IT to demonstrate value and a willingness to support employees—and therefore supporting the business.

Tags:AdobeAppleBYODEducational InstitutionMicrosoftMobilityRemote WorkersSmartphonesStudent AdvantageTabletsTouchscreen

Apple iOS in Business

Taking Care of Business with iOS

Go Mobile with Apple’s Trusted Operating System

by Teri Grossheim | 11.22.13

There’s no doubt mobile technologies are quickly becoming part of the employee toolset as many organizations roll out BYOD initiatives or distribute corporate-owned devices. In many cases, management and executives are choosing iOS devices, as enterprise initiatives or even by executive users’ demand. Personal technologies deliver tremendous flexibility to your workforce but also present various control and security concerns. If you decide to go mobile, you’ll need to change your approach to delivering services, managing support, and protecting your assets. What’s more, Apple—and more specifically, iOS devices—are traditionally thought of as consumer products, separate from traditional enterprise technologies. But we can see that perception beginning to change. Are those devices truly ready for business? Read on for insights into iOS features and integration feasibility.

Tags:AppleiOSMobile Device ManagementMobility