Join us for our August Meetup at National Geographic on Saturday, August 13th at 12:00pm! We’ll be talking about filesystems and Apple’s forthcoming APFS with Rich Trouton from HHMI. For legal reasons, we will NOT be livestreaming or recording this talk. You must be present to win, no purchase necessary. After the talk, we’ll have free tickets to see National Geographic’s The Greeks exhibit (or, if you’d like, you can give tickets to your family while you listen to Rich’s talk!), and for those not interested in the exhibit, we’ll find some lunch nearby. Please RSVP separately for Museum tickets so we know how many we need. Storing our digital lives: Mac filesystems from MFS to APFS For as long[…]

Join us for our July Meetup at National Geographic in downtown DC for a discussion and presentation about testing the latest Developer Releases of macOS Sierra (10.12) and iOS 10 with your current environment to identify bugs, help report issues, and reporting issues in a way that will help Apple identify serious issues and fix them. We’ll be meeting on July 26th, 2016 at 6:30pm until 8:00pm, with food to follow. Please RSVP Now For Free! Powered by Eventbrite We’ll also be having a conversation about the future of Mac DMV, the results of the survey, and some direction for going forward with better guidance! Afterwards, we’ll adjourn to The Big Hunt on Connecticut Avenue to enjoy some food and[…]

Good morning, Mac DMV! Pull out your calendars and mark down the following dates: Tuesday, July 26th at 6:30pm at National Geographic in DC Saturday, August 13th at 11am at National Geographic in DC  We’ll have more of what’s on the agenda for both of these meetings in the coming days, but we’ll be offering family tickets to the Greeks exhibit as part of our Saturday event, and we’ll be going out for lunch that day as well. The reason for our back-to-back meetings in DC is an effort to reboot Mac DMV a bit, focus a push on different meeting times , and during this difficult time for Metro, meet in a central location with good parking options for[…]

Join other DC-area Apple-focused Admins & Consultants to talk about important issues of the day, followed by lunch out on the town. Come get to know other DC-area folks who are doing what you do, and discuss critical technical subjects, future products, implementation strategies, and other issues facing you and your organization. This month we’ll have a conference preview for the upcoming Penn State Mac Admins conference, as well as discussion and planning of a driving caravan to the event happening at the end of June in nearby State College, PA. The largest conference of its kind right now, the Penn State Mac Admins conference represents one, if not the, best opportunities to gain knowledge in the field. We’ll have[…]

Hello everyone! We’re gearing up for next Saturday, April 30th’s Mac DMV April Meetup! Our friends at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Library have commandeered their auditorium for us, and we’ve got a great presentation coming from Rich Trouton on Building Good Documentation for your Organization, and how it can help you get more downtime, and go on vacation comfortably. We may also have a surprise talk from another member of Mac DMV, but we’re not pulling the wraps off just yet. We’ll be starting at 11am on Saturday, and then heading to lunch at Kloby’s on Montpelier Road when we’re finished. Last time Kloby’s was a huge hit with their excellent barbecue, and plentiful beverage options. We look forward to[…]

Happy Springtime everyone! We’re having our March meeting back at National Geographic! Join us on Saturday, March 19th at 11:30am for a discussion of fleet monitoring, log analysis and security policy, which I promise will be way more exciting than it sounds! Dan Griggs from cmdSecurity will be back with us to show off automated log analysis and some other heads up tools that can be helpful for proactive monitoring of your environment. We’ll also be discussion the latest Transmission malware attack, how to protect your Munki repository, and the latest news of the day. National Geographic 1145 17th St NW Washington DC 20036 Powered by Eventbrite

Happy Holidays from MacDMV! This month’s event will be hosted by Jehan Aziz and his staff at National Geographic on 17th St NW, and will conclude with a trip through the National Geographic exhibit on Indiana Jones! We’re excited to have Jehan tell us about a new self-service machine migration program that he’s been working on, powered by the Casper Suite, as well as discuss popular topics in Mac Systems Administration. Can’t wait to see you! Due to the trip to the exhibit, we absolutely need an accurate headcount for the event. Please be sure to RSVP if you’re going to attend. Powered by Eventbrite

Dan Griggs from cmdSecurity joined us for our November meeting to talk about OS X Security and Continuous Monitoring. He was gracious enough to provide his slides and allow us to video tape the session for posting on the website. Please find his video below: MacDMV: Dan Griggs from Tom Bridge on Vimeo.

Our November meeting will be on Saturday, November 14th, and will be hosted by Acronis at 1100 North Glebe Road, Suite 800, in Arlington, Virginia. Dan Griggs from cmdSecurity will be speaking on Cybersecurity, Macs, and combining the two to enhance your organization’s security posture. Rich Trouton and Tom Bridge will have a conference wrap-up from MacTech’s 2015 Conference in Los Angeles, as well. After the meeting, we’ll adjourn to lunch at a nearby restaurant to be determined. Thanks so much to Jack Savage and Acronis for hosting us! We’ll be just three blocks from the Ballston Metro on the orange line. Parking will be limited to street parking nearby. Powered by Eventbrite