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Newly-remote companies that run on Apple need this

With Jamf, you’ll be able to manage and configure virtually every element of your team’s Apple devices—all with little-to-no knowledge of tech.
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August 6, 2020
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Do you own a small business? Or perhaps you’re the reluctant, de facto IT person at your company whose real position has absolutely nothing to do with tech? Either way, you’re undoubtedly aware of just how difficult and time-consuming it is to manage and sync your team’s Apple devices from afar. You simply have too much else to do, and spending hours each week on mobile device management just isn’t a great use of your time.

Jamf is fixing this by using technology to handle every aspect of your team’s Apple device management and configuration. Plus, it all happens in a simple and intuitive interface that requires little-to-no experience with tech.

With Jamf Now, you’ll be able to quickly and easily set up, sync, and manage virtually every aspect of your company's Apple devices ranging from iPads and MacBooks to iPhones and iMacs. You can do all of that without having to speak with a sales representative or wade through tedious documentation.

It’s easy to configure devices remotely so you won’t have to have everyone in the same room, and you’ll be able to take inventory, push apps and settings (such as WiFi and email configurations), and secure devices with the click of a button in the event they’re lost or stolen.

Jamf Now is also a great way to ensure sensitive company information stays safe and secure at all times, since it allows you to remotely enforce passwords and encryption methods. It's also possible to completely wipe the devices if they've become truly compromised. 

Since everyone on your team probably works a bit differently, Jamf Now allows administrators to set up device-specific blueprints—meaning you’ll be able to define different settings and apps for different devices under your control.

Don’t waste precious time at your small business configuring and managing your team’s Apple products. Right now, Jamf is offering their service for absolutely free if you manage three devices or less, and if you want to add more it only costs $2 per device per month. 

Prices are subject to change.

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