JAMF Software, the leader in Apple device management, concluded its global JAMF Nation User Conference (JNUC) drawing more than 900 members of the JAMF Nation community from over 19 countries around the world across the enterprise, education, and government verticals. Held annually, the JNUC is one of the largest conferences solely dedicated to Apple device management.
Each year, hundreds of members of the Apple IT community gather in Minneapolis to share best practices and learn more about emerging trends in the management of Apple technologies. An impressive line-up of speakers from leading organizations including Facebook, Genentech, Salesforce, Adobe and University of Oxford presented over 40 sessions, workshops and panel discussions.
For the first time this year, the company announced the “JAMF Nation Dean’s List” acknowledging the outstanding contributions of JAMF Nation community members. The inaugural list was comprised of the three most active customers on JAMF Nation determined by the number of posts contributed and the number of questions answered for other community members. They are as follows:
- Ben Toms posted 785 times and answered 59 questions in 2013
- Don Montalvo posted 1296 times and answered 35 questions in 2013
- Mike Morales posted 1564 times and answered 178 questions in 2013
On the heels of OS X Mavericks zero-day support, JAMF is continuing to meet the needs of customers and prospects with the introduction of the JAMF Nation Device Reuse Program and Priceless Mobile Device Management (MDM) offering.
Connecting Organizations to Apple, One Device at a Time
The JAMF Nation Device Reuse Program is designed to connect organizations that stand to benefit the most with refurbished Apple hardware at no cost. With this new initiative, companies are able to donate and request Apple devices and JAMF helps find a new home for the hardware. Organizations looking to donate Apple hardware, or benefit from this program can find out more here.
Announced today, JAMF is bringing 'Priceless Mobile Device Management (MDM)' to new and existing customers now through December 20, 2013. With every new software license purchased for a Mac, customers will receive up to two iOS software licenses for free. To learn more, click here.
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“In 2010, we hosted the first JAMF Nation User Conference with the hopes of bringing together like-minded, IT experts to share successes and best practices for managing Apple devices,” said Chip Pearson, CEO of JAMF Software. “After a mere three years, the conference has grown by over ten times the size and today, the JNUC is one of the largest events in the world dedicated to managing Apple in the Enterprise. Our customers' devotion to their users, coupled with our fast-growing community is humbling as we watch them bring more Apple technology to people around the world. JAMF’s continued commitment to providing the best tools to our customers is our contribution, and their success is our reward.”
About JAMF Software
JAMF Software has focused exclusively on helping the enterprise succeed with the Apple platform since its founding in 2002. JAMF Software has over 4,000 customers across commercial, education and government verticals managing more than 2.8 million Macs, iPads and iPhones. JAMF Software is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA. Visit http://www.jamfsoftware.com/ and join the conversation at @JAMFSoftware.
Kulesa Faul for JAMF Software