The Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC) is Jamf’s annual event to talk about what’s new for the Apple focused MDM provider. The event is typically held in the fall in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the event, users gather to learn more about how to better manage macOS, iOS, and tvOS devices. JNUC the largest gathering of Apple system administrators in the world.

The Jamf Nation User Conference is not a sales expo or a tradeshow. Instead, it’s a welcoming, three-day rally of community and Jamf-led presentations, deep-dive education sessions, and expert product insights to discover new and better ways to manage Apple devices with the purpose of empowering people, transforming business processes and making IT life easier.

At past events, Jamf has announced updates to platforms to help IT managers manage their Apple devices in the enterprise and K-12 organizations. Past announcements include Azure AD login for macOS, the open source code from IBM for Mac@IBM, apps like Jamf Setup/Reset and more.

The 2019 JNUC is being held on November 12–14, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis, MN. Here’s what we can expect:

  • Product demos from Jamf experts so you can learn best practices and enjoy a preview of upcoming functionality

  • Deep-dive technical sessions and interactive labs to walk you through advanced workflows that will benefit your organization

  • Customer-led sessions to show you how IT leaders are leveraging Jamf to maximize their Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple TV initiatives

  • On-site “CX Bar” to give you face time with our customer experience team and get even more out of their specific implementation

  • Swag and freebies to ensure you look good, are well fed and have the time of your life in Minneapolis

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JNUC Stories November 12, 2019

At JNUC 2019, Jeremy Butcher from Apple Product Marketing came on stage to give the Apple community an update on the state of Apple’s enterprise focus. He highlighted that all Fortune 500 companies are using Apple products. expand full story

Over the years, IBM has been a big believer in letting its employees have a choice when it comes to technology. If you want to talk your supervisor into letting you use a Mac at work, you’ll want to see what they announced at the Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC) about the productivity of Mac users compared to PC users. expand full story

Jamf is kicking off JNUC 2019 today with some exciting announcements for IT departments who manage Apple devices in the enterprise and K–12. Today, they have launched Jamf Protect, an enterprise endpoint protection solution build from the ground up for macOS. expand full story

JNUC Stories October 28, 2018

I am a few days removed from attending the annual Jamf Nation User Conference, and I’ve been pondering the entire three-day experience. I settled on this general question as I was sitting in the day one keynote: What is the state of Apple in the enterprise? expand full story

JNUC Stories October 25, 2018

Earlier in October, Google announced Cloud Identity for partners and customers. One of the features of Cloud Identity I was most excited about was the cloud LDAP feature that is part of this service. LDAP is an open source directory protocol that a lot of enterprise services support. Google is heavily investing in its cloud identity service. They expect by 2021, more than 50% of all enterprises will adopt an “all in cloud strategy.” Could Google LDAP login on macOS become a reality in the future?

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As someone who’s spent the past three nights in a hotel room, the hotel TV experience feels stuck in 1998. The TV comes on to a customized hotel user interface with music that is way too loud, and then I have to arrow over to the TV menu to then actually watch TV.  Anytime I use a traditional cable interface, I am reminded of why I cut the cord. It’s tedious to see what’s on, it’s slow to change to what I find, and it’s entirely the opposite of a modern Apple TV-type interface. I’ve often thought all of my complaints could go away if there was an Apple TV in my room. In fact, an Apple TV in a hotel would likely cause me to choose one hotel over another. expand full story

JNUC Stories October 24, 2018

Jamf has just announced a new pair of apps aimed to allow iPad and iPhone to be used in more situations in the enterprise market. While Apple has had a shared iPad deployment model for the past few years in K–12, it’s never been extended to enterprise use. For Jamf Pro customers, here’s how to set up shared iPad.

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JNUC Stories October 23, 2018

At the Jamf Nation User Conference, IBM has announced that it is open sourcing its Mac@IBM provisioning code. The code being open-sourced offers IT departments the ability to gather additional information about their employees during macOS setup and allows employees to customize their enrollment by selecting apps or bundles of apps to install.

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SAP chooses Jamf to manage 17,000 Mac, 83,000 iOS and 170 Apple TV devices

At the Jamf Nation User Conference, Jamf has announced that SAP has chosen them to manage 17,000 Mac, 83,000 iOS and 170 Apple TV devices. SAP will also be leveraging the integration between Jamf Pro and Microsoft Azure Directory to offer a seamless experience from the first login all the way to signing into Exchange 365 accounts.

Jamf has just announced that it is adding support for Microsoft Azure Active Directory to Jamf Pro. This announcement comes on the heels of the partnership that Jamf announced last at its user conference. Organizations who use Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) and Jamf can now skip creating a local account on macOS, and go straight to using Active Directory. It’s now easy to use Azure Active Directory on a Mac.

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JNUC Stories October 15, 2015

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Apple CEO Tim Cook with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty

Apple CEO Tim Cook with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty

Deploying Macs to employees has helped IBM significantly reduce its IT staff and cut down on time and costs, the company’s VP of Workplace-as-a-Service Fletcher Previn explained at a recent talk during the JAMF Nation User Conference (JNUC). Previn offered some insight into how offering Macs has improved efficiency for the company’s internal IT staff since IBM for the first time started offering its employees Macs as an official alternative to PCs back in May. expand full story

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