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October 5, 2022 by Hannah Hamilton

Simple question: What’s the best way to install apps and updates?

There are many roads you can take to install apps on your devices, but some are more treacherous than others. William Smith, partner program manager at Jamf, maps out ways to install and manage apps with Jamf Pro.

October 5, 2022 by Second Life Mac

How to leverage AppleCare+ for a bigger payout

From JNUC 2022 sponsor Second Life Mac, find out how school districts and other organizations can benefit financially by using AppleCare+ to refresh their device fleets.

October 5, 2022 by Laurie Mona

Adopting Mac Management and Security in Healthcare: Spotlight on UMC Utrecht

Get all the best tips and tricks for streamlining your Mac fleet in a healthcare environment in this JNUC 2022 session with UMC Utrecht.

October 5, 2022 by Oomnitza

The Power of Pairing - Jamf and Oomnitza

Learn how to improve on the power of Mobile Device Management with Jamf by integration with Enterprise Technology Management from Oomnitza.

October 5, 2022 by Jesus Vigo

How to keep your CISO happy with automation

In this session, we'll discuss hardening a system, patch management and maintenance. Also, how to meet (or exceed) defined timelines through the use of a variety of automation tools that all work through Jamf Pro.

Learn how Get Well went from a company that took 8+ months to update our fleet to Big Sur, to less than 45 days to upgrade to Monterey. We also discuss how we keep our software updated regularly, the messaging we send to employees and the tools we use and provide to them to help us achieve those goals.

October 5, 2022 by Tim Herr

Jamf Marketplace: Expanded solutions for Apple admins

In this JNUC 2022 session, Jayesh Makwana, Senior Solution Partner Manager, provides an overview of Jamf Marketplace and explains how it provides a space to expand Jamf solutions and enhance the combined value of Apple, Jamf and third-party products.

October 5, 2022 by Jamf Threat Labs

Jamf Threat Labs identifies macOS Archive Utility vulnerability allowing for Gatekeeper bypass

Jamf Threat Labs recently discovered a new macOS vulnerability in Archive Utility that could lead to the execution of an unsigned and unnotarized application without displaying security prompts to the user, by using a specially crafted archive. We reported our findings to Apple on May 31, 2022, and in macOS Monterey 12.5. Apple patched the vulnerability on July 20, 2022, assigning it CVE-2022-32910.

October 5, 2022 by Haddayr Copley-Woods

Manage BYOD Macs with Jamf Pro for Remote Work and Business

Goodpatch busts myths about macOS as an equal choice in organizations, and explains how to use Jamf solutions to overcome challenges in this JNUC 2022 presentation.

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