Get ahead of the trend: Home is the new office
Promo The era of the daily commute and the nine-to-five workday at the office is coming to an end. More organisations than ever before have been forced to adopt part- or full-time remote working – and the ongoing global health crisis is swiftly completing the transformation.
If you haven’t yet done so, now is the time to consider which remote working strategies will best serve your organisation. What can you do to support your staff, keep them happy and productive, and connect them securely to resources regardless of where they happen to be seated?
When it comes to choosing the right technology, ease of use and widespread user demand have made numerous Apple devices, from Mac to iPad and iPhone, a common sight in offices around the world.
Apple’s free Business Manager service provides a simple, web-based portal for IT administrators to deploy all these disparate devices from one place.
However, Apple software management specialist Jamf offers products designed to take things to the next level:
Jamf Pro (formerly Casper Suite) delivers unified endpoint management for Apple devices and includes features such as Smart Groups that intelligently manage environments.
Jamf Connect promises strong device security, crucial for remote users who may be accessing valuable information over unsecured networks.
Jamf Protect extends Apple’s device security and privacy model with real-time activity analytics, by providing control over the data that’s collected and by offering greater visibility into macOS-built security tools.
Gone are the days of unboxing every user device and manually personalizing and provisioning it with all the business applications the designated employee will need.
Staff keep their cloud-based corporate identity in sync with their Mac account password, and can access everything work related at all times.
To find out how Jamf can improve your users’ IT experience without compromising the underlying technology, download the free ebook How to Empower a Remote Workforce available right here.