Overall Satisfaction with Jamf Pro
We use Jamf here at our University to manage all kinds of Apple hardware. The central IT manage iPad pools, employee devices, BYO. Without Jamf we needed hours per device for the initial setup, for installing the needed software or setting up different settings. With Jamf we implemented all our needs into the software and now, we don't need the devices in our office anymore, the customers can open the device like he had purchased it - with Jamf you can have real zero-touch deployment.
- Improves efficiency.
- Saves time.
- Opens new possibilities.
- The app packaging.
- Website layout could be a little better.
- Pricing for non educational use.
We used the ProfileManager from Apple before, but this was just a feasibility study. There were no possibilities for creating groups, renaming and taking notes to devices, managing apps that easily, managing BYOs. Every way you can imagine, except the money, Jamf is better in all points. The community for Jamf is huge, nearly every case you can imagine, someone had that problem before and can help.
We don't have much contact with customer support, because we simply don't need to. If we needed help at some point, Jamf has a huge community, driven by other users. Imagine a case, at least one other user had that problem before and can help. The community even creates scripts, etc. so that you don't run into any problems.
Do you think Jamf Pro delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with Jamf Pro's feature set?
Did Jamf Pro live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of Jamf Pro go as expected?
Would you buy Jamf Pro again?
There is no scenario Jamf isn't well suited. If you deal with more than a handful of Apple devices Jamf is a real help, it makes no difference where you work at, school, university, or "normal company." With Jamf we can even manage BYOs, we can act quickly when customers ask for specific apps, policies, etc.