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Posts in the Jamf Connect Category

October 4, 2022 by Hannah Hamilton

One account to p0wn them all: How to move away from a shared admin account

In this presentation, Mark Buffington and Sean Rabbitt, senior consulting engineers at Jamf, discuss how to manage admin accounts on your managed devices using Jamf Pro and Jamf Connect.

September 29, 2022 by SHI

How to be the hero in your organization

Learn how to communicate the value of Apple technology, support Mac choice for employees and deliver the best user experience with SHI and Jamf.

September 28, 2022 by Hannah Hamilton

Choose your onboarding adventure: Automated device enrollment paths

Jamf sales engineer Shane Brown and senior consulting engineer Sean Rabbitt walk us down several paths for automated device enrollment using Jamf Pro on macOS.

July 12, 2022 by Sagar Rastogi

Jamf Connect: replacement for AD binding

Sagar Rastogi has been a Jamf Hero for two years and won the Rising Star Jammie Award at JNUC 2021. He has strong skills in Jamf Pro, Jamf Connect, Apple macOS, Third-Party Integration Tools, API, Bash scripting, Enterprise Mobility Management, compliance benchmarks and Microsoft products. In this post, he shares about the need for and features of Jamf Connect versus macOS Active Directory binding.

June 23, 2022 by Tim Herr

Jamf solutions shine in G2 Summer 2022 Report

Jamf solutions received top marks again in this season’s G2 report, with endpoint protection solution Jamf Protect taking its place in the spotlight.

June 13, 2022 by Laurie Mona

Jamf celebrates 20 years of helping organizations succeed with Apple

Jamf celebrated our 20-year anniversary on June 10, 2022. Thank you, Jamf Nation, for helping us to grow and reach so many milestones along the way!

June 9, 2022 by Jesus Vigo

A History of VPN: Past, Present and Future

Secure connectivity has always been a cornerstone of endpoint security. Enterprise VPN, the long-ruling king of securing communications, faces new challenges that the aging protocol has trouble addressing – both effectively and efficiently – in modern-era computing environments.

In this blog, we discuss:

  • The dawn of VPN
  • What concerns it addressed
  • New challenges and security threats
  • How ZTNA handles legacy & current issues
April 27, 2022 by Sean Rabbitt

Bindpocalypse 2022: An update to CVE-2021-42287

A patch to Windows Server released in November 2021 to fix CVE-2021-42287 inadvertently broke binding of macOS devices to Microsoft Active Directory. Microsoft released a new patch on April 12, 2022 to the release channel for Windows Server to solve the problem. Administrators are encouraged to install and vigorously test a development environment if your organization binds macOS devices to Active Directory.

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