Since 2002, Jamf Pro has been a tool IT professionals rely on to keep track of inventory, hardware and software details, and device usage. As Apple deployments have grown and matured, Jamf Pro admins have asked for better ways to surface the data that matters. This request isn’t always personal; when companies like IBM and Jamf say Apple devices have a lower total cost of ownership it’s not uncommon for executives to wonder if their own data reflects this new reality.
Jamf Pro 10.0 introduced Dashboards as a simple way to keep visual tabs on Smart Groups, policies, and configuration profiles— but our admins wanted more. JNUC 2019 brought it. By integrating Jamf Pro with three leading Business Intelligence platforms, our admins can slice, dice, merge, and visualize data from Jamf Pro in more ways that can help drive educated business decisions. Informing and empowering stakeholders with robust data sets about their Apple deployments can help create the platform advocates your organization needs.
Jamfs Matt Armstrong and Kyle Pazandak, systems engineers in research, joined Nick Amundsen, a product strategy VP, to explain these integrations at a session during JNUC 2019.
All of the BI integrations announced at JNUC 2019 are API-driven and work seamlessly with Jamf Cloud. They are well written, thoroughly documented and easy to to get started with. Whether Business Intelligence is a strong competency within your organization or something you are exploring for the first time, there is likely a reporting tool that fits your needs. Read More
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