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In my highly secure government infrastructures, Jamf is an absolute must for staying in tune with continuous monitoring (critical patching, STIG application, and reporting), especially from a central location. When we were in pursuit of our authority to operate, we were almost shut down by a Windows-specific IA group until I explained what Jamf was and how it would help implement and prove how secure Macs can be. After that, it was a requirement for our ATO to even be considered, much less approved.
We use Jamf Pro to manage 1300+ iPads for students and teachers, as well as 100+ MacBooks for teachers and several Apple TVs for classrooms. We push out apps and software, manage updates, and restrict content. We keep our users working and focused on what they should be doing during school, while giving them freedom to do what they want to do in off-hours, in a safe environment. We get alerts when users violate policies and can take immediate action to disable a device if need be. We can also find lost iPads using Lost Mode.
We use Jamf to deploy our Macs and iPads. We have 700 Macs and 700 iPads that we manage using Jamf. We typically refresh around 200 new devices every year. This is a lot to manage. We can give a user an iPad still in the box and when they open it, they log into the device using their network credentials and Jamf sets up and configures the device automatically. For Macs, we have minimal set up prior to deployment. Jamf installs all of our company applications and then we use Jamf to keep the Mac up to date.
The primary use case for us is MyChart Bedside, as we work to provide in-house iPads for different areas of our hospital. The iPads have entertainment apps, as well as tools to help improve their stay in our hospital. We also use this solution for macOS deployment. We use the hosted Jamf Pro and cloud app shares. We internally use Jamf for the healthcare listener and the AD proxy.
We are a school district with iPads 3:1 for K-1, 2:1 for 2-3 and 1:1 for grades 4-12. Ninety-five percent of our staff are using MacBooks. We have about forty-five hundred devices in total that we use Jamf Pro to manage. We use Jamf Pro to push out apps to our staff and students, to set certain restrictions for our students, and to make the best user experience possible.
Using this solution has brought order to chaos. We use Jamf to manage labs and laptops. It was a huge pain bringing in the different Mac computers/setups/software under one roof. No one knows what life was like before automated enrollment (formerly DEP). We currently are on-premises but are strongly moving toward the cloud. I think the price difference to NOT MANAGE our own servers is small compared to saving me hours of headaches looking for and testing solutions/upgrades.
We use this solution for device management across a large school. MDM solutions. We have over two hundred staff and fifteen-hundred students. Jamf Pro allows us to manage all devices across the school remotely and push out any policies, software updates, and applications as needed. We can do all this from the comfort of the IT office, allowing us to focus more on the education around technology, rather than keeping the technology running itself.
We use Jamf Pro to manage all of our one-thousand-plus Apple devices. We use Jamf for setting up re-stage enrolments and deploy them with the help of DEP and distribute device configurations and other software/applications for iMacs, Macbooks, and iPads. Its something we use every day.
We deploy and manage over twenty thousand Apple devices in our enterprise, all across the state on NC and the UNC system. We use Jamf to set up and deploy Macs, iPads, and AppleTVs out of the box and directly to the users. Then we use Jamf to manage the devices throughout the entire lifecycle.
We use this solution to manage all of our company devices. We have both iOS and macOS devices internally. We also use it for license management for some of the other tools we use in-house. It's a great way to keep track of all of our licenses and the software we use daily.
We use this solution for device management. We have multiple locations, as well as remote workers. Our entire workforce use Apple tech. Therefore, Jamf allows us to manage all of our end-user technology from one place. This includes pushing apps, profiles (restrictions, settings, etc.), and more.
I use this solution for device management, software pushes, basic troubleshooting, OS upgrades, etc. I Use Jamf for just about all of it! We have about one hundred users that are managed through Jamf, mostly our Marketing and Creative teams. About twenty percent of our organization is on Mac.
I use Jamf Pro to manage every Apple device in our organization including Mac computers, iPads, iPhones, and Apple TVs. It's connected with Apple Business Manager. In our environment, there are also PCs and Android devices but these are managed by other dedicated software for the corresponding ecosystem.
Our primary use case is managing Mac systems in a large environment.
We use this solution to manage over seven thousand iPads, three hundred and fifty Apple TV’s and eighteen hundred computers, with one wonderful system. We push apps out and have control over systems that you otherwise would not have.
My primary use case is to manage Apple products.
Any Apple MDM solution product.
We are using Jamf Pro to manage our Mac environment.
To manage our ever growing Apple computers and mobile devices from things like device rollout, to apps and software distribution and inventory management and collections. We are a K-12 school with three campuses of over 500 students and over 400 staffs.
Deployment and management of classroom iPads.
We use Jamf Pro in a production environment to manage around 200 Apple devices.
I use this software in my daily job to manage all of the Apple devices on the college campus.
* We use a one-to-one iPad program in our schools. * We manage 1000 devices. * We configured different profiles for each grade groups, and we can easily manage them. * Especially for restrictions, to manage applications, books and web clips, to push notifications.
We use Jamf Pro to manage Macs used for media production and to keep the production environment consistent.
* We have roughly over 4500 devices between MacBooks and iPads, all managed with Jamf Pro. * K12 1:1 with classroom carts in PK classrooms.
We use Jamf Pro to manage our 1:1 iPad and MacBook programs. We have over 3,000 devices and just two people to manage them.
* Managing macOS devices for our organisation * Delivering a seamless experience for users and ensuring their device is up to date, in compliance, etc.
Managing a large fleet of Apple devices, both Mac and iOS. We monitor our Apple inventory to make sure everything is running smooth.
We offer software to users via self-service and push applications out for major security releases when needed. We also use it to block software from running. Aside from software distribution we also use it for management of security settings and monitoring of systems for security compliance.
We use Jamf Pro to manage our fleet of Macs and iPads. With Jamf, we can now do so much more. Reporting to our management team is critical. We can gather information quickly, and this allows us to make smart decisions.
We use it to manage Macs and iOS devices. We also use it to install applications and patch devices. There is also the reporting feature that we use too.
* Managing Mac enterprise fleet * Maintaining installed software and security compliance within our organization.
I use Jamf Pro to manage and secure Mac workstations in enterprise and production environments.
I use this product to manage Apple devices in the enterprise. From profile configurations to security compliance.