When it comes to the Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC), you likely fall into one of three camps:
- “I eat, sleep and breathe Apple, and am always looking for new and better ways to get more out of our devices. Of course I know about the JNUC!”
- “Yeah, I’ve heard of the JNUC but I’m not entirely sold on three days in Minneapolis, even if it is to attend the largest Apple IT event in the world.”
- “I’ve never heard of the JNUC, but we do have devices to manage in our environment.”
First group, please bear with us as we’re sure you know everything there is to know about this event. Groups two and three, welcome to the express lane for learning what you need to know to get your ticket punched to the JNUC.
The brightest in Apple management all under one roof
On October 24-26, 2017, we’ll gather Apple experts from near and far to discuss how they are implementing their Mac, iPad and iPhone programs, and provide tips and practical insights for more efficient ways to deploy, secure, inventory and manage Apple devices.
Whether you’re just getting started with Apple or pride yourself on the Apple II you still own, the JNUC has sessions to help you do more with Apple than you ever thought was possible.
Intrigued, but the decision to attend is not entirely up to you?
No problem. We’ve all had to get approval for something from a manager before. That’s why we put together a Convince Your Manager Letter.
All you’ll need to do is download the letter, fill in the blanks, and email or hand it over. They’ll quickly realize that the JNUC provides the most bang for your buck, offers unparalleled access to training and Apple insight, and gives you an early look at the technology shaping businesses and education.
No pressure or anything, but…
We may be several months out, but spots for the JNUC are already flying off the shelves. Past attendees know that we are moving our event from the Guthrie Theater to the more spacious Hyatt Regency, and are reserving their JNUC tickets and hotel rooms at a tremendous rate. I guess they don’t want to be left in the cold (literally) and have to walk a few blocks from their other hotel once the Hyatt sells out.
So, if it’s up to you, lock in your spot now. If not, let your manager know that we’re on our way to another sellout and the price only goes up the closer we get to the event.
Hope you can make it and be on the look out for more details, including a formalized schedule, in the coming months.