Addigy, a provider of cloud-based Apple Device Management software, says it will preview enhancements to the company’s macOS/iOS management platform at the MacSysAdmin conference in Sweden as Apple prepares for the release of its 2019 update – macOS 10.15 Catalina.
Topics and technologies to be presented are those most relevant to business users with macOS computing environments, including the move to 64-bit, allowing for modernization of the OS to take advantage of new capabilities and privacy controls, according to Addigy CEO Jason Dettbarn.
MacSysAdmin 2019 takes place Oct. 1-4, in Gothenburg, Sweden. It’s an event for macOS and iOS administrators to gain new knowledge, meet colleagues and exchange experiences. The main audience of the event includes system administrators from enterprises, schools and organizations, as well as technical consultants and resellers focusing on the Apple ecosystem. This includes IT professionals working in environments where macOS systems make up a large part of the computing environment. At this year’s event, Addigy will be supporting macOS admins in optimizing their experience with Catalina.
Addigy’s full-stack cloud-based Apple Device Management platform allows for centralized management of Catalina macOS and iOS 13 computing environments. The solution provides 24x7x365 oversight of Apple devices. IT administrators can audit their Apple assets quickly, without server setup to identify which OS versions and applications are installed, and whether updates have been applied to all machines on the network
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