BOULDER, Colo. – Oct. 10, 2019 – JumpCloud®, the world’s first Directory-as-a-Service®, today announced they’ve released full support of macOS® Catalina (macOS 10.15) to all machines. Apple officially released Catalina as General Availability (GA) on October 7, 2019.
“JumpCloud has been extensively testing Catalina developer beta versions for compatibility, and releasing compatibility upgrades the past few months,” said Scott Nusz, director of product management at JumpCloud. “Our team has been working hard to make sure our product supported Catalina as soon as possible after release by Apple.”
JumpCloud’s support for macOS Catalina includes user management control, system management features, and multi-factor authentication. Further, through JumpCloud’s commands functionality, IT admins can execute tasks fleet-wide on their macOS laptops and desktops.
The JumpCloud team is actively testing for any issues that may have been introduced in the GA Catalina release. At this moment, there are no known issues and JumpCloud customers should have full support to help control and implement macOS Catalina on their infrastructure. Any known issues that are discovered to exist running on Catalina will be documented in JumpCloud’s Help Center. If you have any questions, reach out to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For IT admins interested in managing macOS users and systems, JumpCloud’s Directory-as-a-Service platform is an ideal choice. A free account is available at jumpcloud.com and 10 users are free, forever.
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