Only the data required to support your Apple macOS and iOS devices is collected by the Jamf Pro. Hardware Specifications, Installed Applications, Total Disk Space Usage, Services Running, Available Software Updates, Local User Accounts and Login/Logout Timestamps, Security Status, Primary User Information, and Campus Building Location are all examples of data collected for support and asset tracking.
Purpose of Jamf Software
The Jamf Pro can notify you when quick software updates are available, as well as deploy and update processes in the background, allowing you to focus on other things. You can keep track of your cybersecurity to make sure that software patches, firewalls, and anti-virus protection are up to date. You can also use the Self Service programme to schedule when and where you want to install new software or perform maintenance on your devices, giving you greater freedom.
Jamf Self-Service App
Self Service is a web-based tool that provides personalised material, such as documentation and links. Printers, software, and maintenance duties are all available. Our customers can use this app to install printers and software as needed. If your device is enrolled in Jamf Pro, it will come pre-loaded with the Self Service app, a default admin account, and standard programmes that are automatically updated and installed. Additional costs may apply depending on the security level of your device.