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Keynote Day 2: A User First Mentality

Attendees arrived early to the Guthrie this morning to claim seats for the most anticipated session at the Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC). And they weren’t disappointed. In a passionate presentation from industry leaders in enterprise, education and healthcare, attendees learned how they too can achieve unprecedented success in their own environments.

Fletcher Previn, VP of Workplace as a Service at IBM, started the discussion by sharing what they’ve done to transform company culture for the 400,000+ employees who span across IBM’s 2,800 locations. It started with user choice.

Not only are Macs making a difference in the workplace – they’re also changing lives in the classroom. Vicki Lyons, Technology Services Director for the La Crosse School District, shared how their Apple deployment continues to change the educational experience through personalized learning.

The University of California, San Diego’s (UCSD) Jacobs Medical Center will soon transform patient experience with an interactive system that personalizes care. It’s a new, patient-centered world, and it’s possible with Apple and Jamf.

Hager wrapped up the day with grateful thanks to everyone who continues to make a difference for those in their environments, whether in education, the enterprise or healthcare. And he encouraged everyone to continue telling their stories – always. He lastly invited everyone to next year’s JNUC, which will be held October 24-26, 2017. Registration will open in November.