Jamf JNUC 2020 event goes online, just like WWDC
JNUC will be an online show
Jamf has announced that because it wants to protect the health of its customers, employees and communities it will not hold JNUC 2020 in physical space this year, instead, JNUC 2020 will be a virtual (complementary) event scheduled for September 29 – October 1.
“As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation continues to evolve, the health and well-being of our customers, employees and communities remains our top priority,” the company says on its website.
“Out of an abundance of caution, Jamf made the decision to relaunch JNUC 2020 as a global, virtual experience. We’re excited to bring JNUC to you through an online experience you won’t want to miss!
Jamf says it is dedicated to “making sure the experience reflects the JNUC we’ve come to know and love, and celebrated together last year.”
JNUC is a great event for professionals in the Apple/enterprise/education fields, with a great buzz and a fantastic crowd. It’s a real delight to attend that reminds me quite strongly of those early Apple shows.
Among the event’s many highlights in 2019, IBM CIO Fletcher Previn revealed multiple reasons that enterprises should support Macs.
You can hope for more exciting news at this year’s show, where attendees can expect:
- Product demos from Jamf experts.
- Deep-dive technical sessions to walk you through advanced workflows that will benefit your organization.
- Customer-led sessions to show you how IT leaders use Jamf to maximize their Mac, iPad, iPhone and Apple TV initiatives.
In a video published by the company (above), charismatic Jamf CEO, Dean Hager said:
“I promise you the team is working on some incredible and creative ideas to make sure JNUC 2020 remains the event you all know and love,” he said.
- Existing ticket holders for JNUC San Diego 2020 should check the company’s FAQ page.
- If you have already booked flights to San Diego you should contact your agent to arrange a refund.
- You can register for the event now.