MINNEAPOLIS – Sept. 24, 2018 – Jamf, the standard in Apple ecosystem management, today announced it is prepared with both compatibility and key feature support for Apple’s release of macOS Mojave, which became generally available today. Jamf is proud to now support all of Apple’s fall releases of iOS 12, tvOS 12 and macOS Mojave. For over a decade, Jamf has offered day-zero support for all Apple releases, ensuring customers and end users can take advantage of new Apple technology as it becomes available. Today, Jamf helps more than 17,000 global organizations succeed with Apple.
When customers upgrade to the latest Apple operating systems, IT administrators can be confident their mobile device management (MDM) workflows will be uninterrupted. Through extensive testing in Apple’s beta programs, Jamf ensures compatibility for Apple’s release of macOS Mojave.
User Data Protection
The Jamf management framework will continue to work on macOS Mojave without interruptions. The new user data protections introduced in macOS Mojave will be supported by whitelisting the Jamf management framework automatically.
New Management Features
Admins can take advantage of new management functionality in these releases, such as preventing proximity-based password sharing requests, using OAuth for Exchange account authentication and skipping new Setup Assistant steps found in macOS Mojave.
Managed Software Updates
Admins will be able to defer a major macOS update for up to 90 days or restrict the update from taking place until they choose to upgrade, allowing them to deploy software that has been fully tested. This ensures IT has control over the upgrade process while balancing the need for security and the desire for end users to use new features.
Jamf is committed to enabling IT to empower end users and bring the legendary Apple experience to businesses, education and government organizations via its Jamf Pro and Jamf Now products, and the 60,000+ member Jamf Nation. Today, over 17,000 global customers rely on Jamf to manage more than 10 million Apple devices. To learn more, visit: https://www.jamf.com.