Device Authentication and Management

What to Expect from macOS Monterey: Decommissioning, Apple MDM, & More

Meet the Speakers:

tom bridge

Tom Bridge

Principal Product Manager - Apple

JumpCloud

Bradley Chambers

Bradley Chambers

IT Columnist

9to5Mac

The macOS Monterey update brings plenty of new capabilities that’ll affect IT admins with Apple-enabled workforces. In an Oct. 26 webinar with Apple experts Bradley Chambers and Tom Bridge, we’ll discuss how these added capabilities will make return to service workflows for devices easier (and faster) than ever before, bring an improved security model for PAM, and empower employees to use an iPad as a better partner to the macOS platform.

  • Bradley Chambers, Experienced Apple IT admin and ‘All Things Apple’ Enterprise Writer at 9to5Mac 
  • Tom Bridge, Principal Product Manager, Apple Technologies at JumpCloud and Host of the MacAdmins Podcast

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How admins can change their return-to-service workflows with Monterey’s erase all content and settings feature, turning a 60-minute task into a 3-minute task
  • The ability to enroll machines that were purchased outside of standard methods into Apple Business Manager with Configurator for iPhone
  • Security improvements for the file system, including a new level of security around Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM) that’s controllable with TCC Profiles
  • iPads as a new paired external device via Universal Control
  • The ability for users to properly defer updates (and for you as an admin to limit those deferrals) with the new Software Update Model in macOS Monterey

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