In a crowded field filled with the likes of Michael Niehaus, Mikael Nystrom, Donna Ryan, Jason Sandys, Keith Garner, and others on the scene; it’s always been on the back of my mind to stop endlessly lurking and start contributing in some small way to the Endpoint Management community. With 2020 behind us and Work From Home the new norm; It’s time to start putting my long neglected intentions behind me and start doing. This blog will be, as it often is, a place where I can begin documenting my experiences – for better or worse – to help others avoid or resolve problems they may be facing in the new world of cloud device management.
At the time of this post, I am not a community leader. I do not purport to be a subject matter expert in anything other than my own failures. In this blog I will make recommendations, posit solutions, and try to do things in ways which may not – nor likely will be – best practice or safe for production use. Although I may be a consultant professionally, I am first and foremost an engineer; an administrator with the drive to tinker and solve problems in unconventional ways. This blog serves to present this very ambition which brought us to work with technology in the first place. I am here to learn, not just from others, but from myself and you are all welcome to come along for the ride.