Jamf has announced a “safe passage” program for schools and organisations considering migrating to Jamf, the leader in Apple management. Trusted by over 10,000 organisations, including 4,000 K-12 schools, 1,000 universities and over 5,000 businesses, Jamf is a clear, stable and trusted path for customers considering a new mobile device management (MDM) solution.
With a focus on helping organisations succeed with Apple, Jamf offers a combination of solutions purpose-built for specific customer needs, including Jamf Pro, the management standard for the Apple ecosystem, and Jamf Now, on-demand Apple management with no IT required.
Complementing its product portfolio, Jamf also offers migration services, a dedicated support expert for 90 days to ensure a smooth transition, an e-book to help educate customers on the steps involved in migrating MDM solutions and affordable subscription-based pricing. In addition, Jamf provides access to Jamf Nation, a community of more than 45,000 expert Apple IT administrators who can offer advice to migrating organisations. Together, Jamf’s whole solution is designed to ensure a confident implementation for resource contrained schools and organisations.
To assist organisations that have decided to migrate to the Jamf platform, Jamf has entered into an exclusive consulting agreement with industry veteran and former founder of LANrev, Martin Bestmann.
“My number one priority has always been to serve in the best interest of customers,” said Bestmann. “As the trusted advisor to organisations choosing an MDM solution, I feel a responsibility to ensure they have a technology that is built for and addresses their needs. Over the past decade, Jamf has grown to be the undisputed leader in Apple management. After considering all of the options available, I believe Jamf’s offerings are the market standard.”
“We understand the anxiety organisations sometimes feel as they face a need to choose new device management software,” said Dean Hager, CEO, Jamf. “Jamf is dedicated to helping organisations succeed with Apple. For organisations struggling with their current solution, we offer two purpose-built solutions, Jamf Now and Jamf Pro, that simplify management while empowering users. Combining our products, partnership, services, support and community, we are confident Jamf can offer schools and organisations a simple migration and successful outcome.”
Since 2002, Jamf has been focused on helping organisations succeed with Apple. Jamf is committed to enabling IT to empower end users and bring the legendary Apple experience to businesses, education and government organisations via its Jamf Pro and Jamf Now products, and the 45,000+ member Jamf Nation. Today, more than 10,000 global customers rely on Jamf to manage over seven million Apple devices. To learn more, visit: https://www.jamf.com.
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