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Jamf Now helps small businesses to manage their Apple devices

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For any small business, staying connected is important. But few companies of this size have the resources to hire full-time technical support. As a result, staff often find themselves wasting time on simple IT tasks, such as installing updates. 

If your business is struggling with this problem, you might want to try Jamf Now. This intuitive, cloud-based platform makes it easy to set up and manage Apple devices without dedicated IT support.

Designed specifically for small- and medium-size businesses, this turnkey solution allows you to configure new devices in minutes, from anywhere in the world. The system works with Macs, iPhones, and iPads, including older models. 

Jamf Now helps you manage all your devices remotely through one simple dashboard. For instance, you can send software updates to individual devices or push updates to your whole fleet. 

The platform also allows you to view your whole inventory, deploy custom apps, and check security settings. You can even set individual apps to Single App mode — useful for retail and point-of-sale use cases.

Being a cloud-based platform, Jamf Now allows you to handle these tasks from any device and any location. Just as importantly, it costs much less than buying in IT support. 

You can create an account and register your first three devices free. After that, it costs just $2 per month for each device. 

Think Jamf Now could help your business? Sign up today to take the platform for a spin.

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