Jamf Blog
March 29, 2018 by Daniel Weber

Become an Apple security expert

Learn how Apple management is different from Windows, what security features are unique to Apple, and what you need to know before you offer and support Apple.

When it comes to Apple security, do you consider yourself an expert? Are you prepared to field questions on the nuances of Apple OS updates and compliance enforcement? For many in the enterprise, the answer is no. And that’s OK, because up until now you may not have needed to be one.

But, the enterprise is changing. iPhone and iPad are already commonplace, and the employee-choice movement has turned Mac into a familiar presence around the office.

Windows shops can no longer avoid educating themselves and others in their organization on the subtleties of Apple platform security. So, before your information security team, executives or that zealous Apple fan (you know the one) is standing in front of you asking:

  • How is Apple management different from Windows?
  • What security features are unique to the Apple ecosystem?
  • What is Apple Push Notification service (APNs) and how does it work?
  • What do we need to know before we offer and support Apple?

Proactively arm yourself with the know-how to answer these and any other Apple questions that may come your way.

We’ve partnered with enterprise IT gurus to put together a white paper that walks you through the ins and outs of Apple security.

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Ride the Apple wave and be the reason your organization hires and retains the happiest, most productive employees around. We won’t tell them how you got so Apple-savvy.

If you want clarification on any point mentioned in the white paper or would simply like more Apple enterprise insight, don’t hesitate to reach out.

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