About Jamf: Helping organizations succeed with Apple.
Paving the way for a better Apple experience in businesses and schools.
An idea is born
Jamf was born from the desire to create a better technology management solution for the hundreds of Macs on the University of Wisconsin — Eau Claire (UWEC) campus.
As a student at UWEC, Zach Halmstad, Jamf co-founder, worked full-time in the IT department deploying, updating and tracking over 400 student and faculty Macs.
After years of wishing there was a smarter, more efficient way to do his job, he decided to create one himself.
As Zach worked, went to class and studied, he coded a solution that revolutionized Apple management and changed the perception of Mac in education and enterprises around the world.
Apple to the core
While Zach was spending time at coffee shops and Eau Claire's famed Joynt writing version one of his Apple management software, Chip Pearson was leading a Minneapolis IT consultancy.
As fate would have it, the two kindred spirits collided and – based on their love of the Apple platform – Jamf was born.
Founded in 2002, Jamf has a straight-forward mission:
Help organizations succeed with Apple.
Apple device management done right
Today, more than 11,000 global customers rely on Jamf to manage over 8 million Apple devices. With nearly 600 full-time employees in nine different countries, Jamf is committed to enabling IT to empower end users and bring the legendary Apple experience to businesses, education institutions and government organizations via our Jamf Pro and Jamf Now software.
Our global workforce
We are proud to have a diverse, global workforce in nine countries across the globe.
Regardless of which solution is right for your organization, benefit from Jamf Nation, the largest Apple IT management community in the world. With 47,000 plus members, Jamf Nation brings you and your fellow professionals together to gain insight, share best practices, bounce ideas off fellow admins and submit product feature requests.
Discover how Jamf can help you manage your Apple devices and make life easier for your users.