If your business didn’t already have a workforce that was at least partially working from home, chances are that 2020 was the year that pushed you to make that transition. Making that shift in the middle of a global health crisis isn’t easy, but truth be told? It’s never been easy.
There are a ton of
advantages to a remote workforce, but also plenty of challenges. When you’re working in the same building, it’s relatively easy to get your employees on the same page. When your team is scattered across town – or around the world – you’ve got to find a way to get them all working on the same software on the right devices with all the right updates. That can be a headache for any IT team, much less a small business owner without that kind of time or technical experience.
If there’s ever a service whose time has come, it’s the field of device management. One of the standouts in this area is
Jamf Now, a company that already has tons of experience in getting company hardware running in sync.
They work exclusively with Apple products, whose software suites offer a lot of cross-platform features. Jamf makes sure a company’s devices all run smoothly across the board, setting up new phones and tablets with all the software they need and configuring email settings so that management (or worse, employees) don’t have to slog through the process. Once things are in place, they give management the tools to make changes dynamically. They can easily authenticate users and change passwords or lock devices if employees leave the company. Jamf handles all the updates throughout, saving the entire operation money and downtime.
These services are vital anytime, but now they’re even more in demand. Jamf Now can help businesses streamline their work, but they can also provide the same technical peace-of-mind to schools, health care providers, or any workforce that needs to ease the transition from desk to desktop.
Companies who’d like to learn more can check out
Jamf Now for themselves. Their standard opening account offers the ability to
manage three devices for free, and now users have the option of adding more for just $2 per device per month.
Prices are subject to change.