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September 29, 2022 by Mignon Wagner

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One of the greatest company needs is data security. An organization needs to ensure that its virtual machines are as secure as its physical machines. But for a long time, managing and securing virtualized Macs has been a very difficult and manual process.

September 27, 2022 by Hannah Hamilton

Education state of the union

Jamf’s Dr. Suraj Mohandas, Aaron Webb, Dr. Emily McRoberts-Froese, Mike Lawrence and Valeria Tschida team up to update us on new Jamf School and Jamf Pro features, how to get involved with the Jamf education community and our community education initiatives.

September 16, 2022 by Laurie Mona

OS 16: How the latest Apple upgrade impacts Education

Check out how Apple’s newest operating system upgrade will impact users in the Education sector.

September 13, 2022 by Jonathan Locast

Apple’s “Far Out” Event Means Your OS Upgrades Are Close

Apple's "Far Out" event is in the books, iOS 16 is out and iPadOS 16 is on the way. Are you ready for upgrades season?

September 9, 2022 by Karen Goss

Jamf helps organizations switch mobile device management solutions

Jamf helps organizations succeed with Apple by providing support to business and schools as they switch MDM providers.

August 31, 2022 by Hannah Hamilton

Cyber security certifications in schools

The “Cyber Essentials in Education” e-book presents a path for your education institution to earn a certificate showing your commitment to hindering security threats.

August 26, 2022 by Jesus Vigo

iOS + VPN: Data leaks, misconfigurations and what comes next?

VPN software and the data leaks one security researcher detected have kicked off media coverage relating to Apple’s security stance and VPN software is handled in iOS. Are VPNs in iOS broken or is this simply another nail in legacy VPN’s coffin in light of more secure technologies, like ZTNA that better address the challenges of the current threat landscape and modern computing needs?

August 19, 2022 by Jesus Vigo

macOS Security Basics: The one about Macs (not) being the safest OS

Mac has a rich history of security and privacy protection – much of which it has earned – since Apple interweaves these protections into every facet of the hardware and software design process. But no system is infallible and here we discuss three categories of misconceptions regarding macOS security that could lead to a false sense of protection for end users:

  1. Macs get attacked less than other OS’s
  2. Built-in security tools are enough
  3. Common threats are always stopped
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