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MINNEAPOLIS, July 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Jamf, the standard in Apple management, today announced powerful new features for Jamf School aimed at empowering teachers to utilize their Apple technology to its fullest potential. Jamf School is a purpose-built mobile device management (MDM) solution for education. Its intuitive web-based interface makes deploying, managing and securing Apple technology simple and accessible. Further, the Jamf School management system also pairs with three apps, Jamf Teacher, Jamf Parent and Jamf Student – with a goal of creating the optimal digital learning experience within the classroom and at home.
This summer, Jamf School will further deliver on the promise of empowering educators through the following features:
“These features will have an immediate impact on our educators’ ability to deepen their instruction,” said Kevin Wilson, director of information and technology, Duneland School Corporation. “Giving teachers the ability to create a classroom on the fly without involving IT or our student information system will allow them to bring lessons to students flexibly and easily.”
These enhancements support Jamf’s latest investment in education across its entire product portfolio. In addition to Jamf School, Jamf Parent, an app that allows parents to guide their children’s use of apps and features on school-issued devices, will soon be available for Jamf Pro customers. Jamf Pro will also see a workflow for requesting apps added this summer, providing teachers with a streamlined way to find and request new iOS apps for their classrooms. Teachers will be able to request an app right from Jamf Self Service, and IT will be immediately notified of the request, empowering teachers to get the apps they need faster.
Jamf is committed to enabling IT to empower end users and bring the legendary Apple experience to businesses, education and government organizations via its product portfolio, and the 80,000 members of Jamf Nation. Today, 30,000 global customers rely on Jamf to manage 14 million Apple devices. To learn more, visit: https://www.jamf.com.