Apple has always been great for education. Now, more than ever, colleges and universities are turning to an entire Apple ecosystem. As more and more Gen Z and post millennial students enter college, more and more Apple devices are finding their way on campus as well. A lot of college campuses with a high number of students using Apple products, have turned to Apple for their faculty as well.
Jamf is the Apple Device Management company for higher education. While many IT companies offer Apple management as an aside, Apple is the only thing they know.
Your campus may know Jamf as the Casper Suite, now, it’s known across the board as Jamf Pro.
Jamf handles every corner of Apple Device Management from enrollment, to deployment, security to configuration and more. In fact, Jamf has made it so easy for colleges that in most cases they can order new Apple devices, have them shipped directly to the faculty end user and within minutes, and without much technical knowledge, their new devices are enrolled on your network, leaving more time for more important things.
With Jamf Pro, IT administrators are able to quickly manage one device, or groups of hundreds if not thousands. The Jamf Pro platform is built to scale, so regardless of your institution’s size, it’s just as easy to use.
Jamf features include:
- Zero Touch Deployment
- Globally Available Infrastructure
- Automated Management
- Native Apple Security
- User Empowerment
- Hands On Training
Using Jamf, if there is ever a security concern, the system can quickly find it and isolate it from the rest of the network, whether that concern is coming from a desktop, laptop, iPad or iPhone.
When there is new software to be deployed to a department or the entire university, Jamf can facilitate that without the need to bring your laptop to the IT department. Jamf also makes it easy to manage inventory and asset protection.
Switching to an Apple ecosystem is a big investment, with Jamf, it’s an easy one.
You can visit with Jamf at EDUCAUSE in Philadelphia, November 1- 3, booth #239 and find them online at jamf.com
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