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Jamf kicks off JNUC 2022 with new remote access tools, enhancements to Jamf Trust, Jamf Protect upgrades, and more

Added 09-27-22 12:31:01pm EST - “At JNUC 2022, Jamf kicked off its 13th annual conference with multiple announcements designed to improve the lives of Apple IT managers.” - 9to5mac.com


Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From 9to5mac.com: “Jamf kicks off JNUC 2022 with new remote access tools, enhancements to Jamf Trust, Jamf Protect upgrades, and more”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Today, Jamf kicked off its 13th annual JNUC in San Diego, California. Today at JNUC 2022, Jamf is joined by partners including Apple, Google, Okta Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, and SwiftConnect, and with customers American Airlines and HSBC. Jamf discussed how its commitment to continuous product innovation is helping companies adapt their business processes and systems in order to take full advantage of Apple products.

“The focus of this year’s JNUC is simplifying the management and security of devices used for work. In order to do this, we are asking Jamf Nation two questions: do your users love the technology they are using for work, and do your IT and security teams trust that technology? Our focus at Jamf is to ensure the answer to both of those questions is a resounding ‘yes’, with something we call Trusted Access,” said Dean Hager, CEO of Jamf. “Trusted Access puts enrollment at the foundation – whether for a BYO or corporately-owned device – and establishes the user as trusted. It also ensures only safe devices are able to access work resources to keep company data protected. For those devices that are enrolled and safe, their access to resources is completely seamless. The user can work anywhere, access all the corporate resources they need, and do not require multiple passcodes to remain productive.”

Jamf demonstrated its own deployment technologies for BYOD devices – all built on Jamf and Apple-specific workflows. These features eliminate the need for employees to carry two mobile phones – one for work calls and another for personal use.

Jamf has made the zero-touch deployment experience even better by streamlining its process. Jamf’s Apple-based management software enables organizations to configure, secure, and deploy fully customized devices directly to end users. With Jamf Trust, it’s easier for IT to allow end-users to configure and secure their devices from cyber attacks right out of the box. The Jamf Trust app binds user identity to the device, so that Jamf’s security services are dynamically configured based on their role and user information.

In addition, Jamf Protect will gain rich endpoint telemetry data collection and a new offline deployment mode that streams telemetry directly to a SIEM for customers with high compliance requirements, making it even easier to safeguard endpoints.


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