I don't know how to compare per-endpoint to "self hosted per-technician pricing", this is really expensive. We pay SC about $800/year. This is over 20k/year
But It might come down to having the users added either via script or manually to that group you want and then applying the permissions. However Microsoft Exchange has been cumbersome to apply permissions by groups. I would recommend to do it by user instead.
Yea it does sound like that might end up being the case. I'll poke at it some more, as I'm not quite ready to give up on it. Thanks for the reply.
It depends. If you need the extra 100 nits of brightness, touchbar, and you know you need the fan from extended compute then get the pro. Otherwise save the couple hundred and get the air.
You can still get the 8 core cpu and 8 core gpu in the air. It's pretty much the same minus the stuff mentioned above. The battery is also a tiny bit smaller and I think the microphone is less "studio quality".
WOW @scottalanmiller thats a lot to take in, will take someone a week to read and digest all that lol
But all good.
:) If it helps it to make more sense.... remember that business is all about offering something special. If you just do what everyone else does, business can't work. You have to go above and beyond to succeed. So since IT is just business, the same applies. our job is to be significantly better than if someone wasn't doing something special. Therefore if everyone is doing something, it can't be that.
This exact thing happens to me, I've tried using APC, Tripp-lite, and CyberPower. The laser printer (not directly attached to UPS) but on same circuit warms up the fuser thus causing a brown-out condition on the circuit, then causing the UPS to activate to hold up the PC and other devices.. thus cycling its sealed lead acid 6v battery within a few seconds, causing them to go below 50%. This may work a few times but if it drops below 50% charge it damages the 6v battery.. thus will need to be replaced continually unless you move the laser printer or have the circuit conditioned to handle the greater load.