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October 20, 2021 by Tim Herr

This JNUC session features Rich Trouton, IT technology senior consultant at SAP, explaining the significance of Amazon Web Services making it possible to use AutoPkg, a tool used to automate macOS software packaging and distribution, in the cloud. This software solution allows IT admins to develop, build, test and sign Apple apps using Amazon EC2 Mac instances, powering efficient patch management workflows. Trouton provides details on how the process works and how the IT team at SAP gets the most mileage out of it.

October 20, 2021 by Haddayr Copley-Woods

Brian Messinger, an Apple Distinguished Educator and coordinator of classroom instructional technology and student achievement in the Sewanhaka Central High School District on Long Island, NY, talks about how one district continues to use the power of Jamf to break down barriers while ensuring constant and equal access to all learners -- and the surprising result of a global pandemic.

October 20, 2021 by Jesus Vigo

A deep dive into the various types of installers used by macOS, including how they work, what they’re capable of doing (and not doing) and understanding why threat actors are increasingly packaging malicious code using these common methods to distribute malware.

October 20, 2021 by Tim Herr

In this JNUC session, we hear from Jennifer Johnson, a systems analyst at Iowa State University. With an IT infrastructure that is highly distributed across campus, Iowa State hosts over 50 sites on a single Jamf Pro instance. In order to facilitate reporting and visualize data coming out of these sites, the IT staff is reliant on the Microsoft Power BI integration for Jamf Pro. Here she shares her experience with creating well-constructed dashboards in Power BI using Jamf data.

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