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Jamf Now’s cloud-based solution makes mobile device management simple, easy, and secure.
StackCommerce
October 30, 2018
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Whether you're just getting your small business off the ground or growing an already successful venture, onboarding and maintaining your employees' devices are vitally important steps. Unfortunately, IT can be prohibitively expensive for small businesses. Even if you can afford to purchase up-to-date Apple devices for each member of your staff, it's difficult to keep them all secured and updated without hiring a dedicated specialist, which is another not-inconsiderable expense. Jamf Now is a cloud-based solution that delivers Apple management and security with just a few minutes of setup, and (here's the best part) it'll cost you $0 to get started.

With Jamf Now, you can manage up to three Apple devices for free forever, and you can add additional devices to your network for just $2 per device per month. You'll begin by creating a blueprint for each group of devices, outlining which specific apps, setting, and restrictions you want in place, and deploying them to your exact specifications. Once you're up and running, Jamf Now's ongoing device management gives you full access to device details such as free disk capacity, as well as automatic app installation and the ability to push Apple OS updates to each Mac, iPad or iPhone in your network. Jamf Now also protects sensitive information with powerful encryption and passcode requirements on all of your company's gadgets, and if any device gets lost or stolen, Jamf Now can remotely lock or wipe it, keeping your data secure.

With Jamf Now, you're getting the work of a full-time IT specialist for less than the cost of a single cup of coffee per device, with the first 3 devices managed for free. Create your free account and sign up for a free trial by clicking here.

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