In a preview of his upcoming JNUC 2022 talks, Detections Developer Matt Benyo joins the Jamf After Dark Podcast to talk Black Hat, bug bounties, and the difficulties of being friends with IT when your job is to find malware.
WWDC is exciting for a lot of reasons at Jamf, and our Software Engineering organization spends a lot of time getting ready for it. Jennifer Briggs stops by to tell us about how her teams prepare for this epic event, year after year.
The 2022 Jamf Nation User Conference is coming up fast! Join us for a preview of the amazing content, amazing party venue, and probably amazing tacos. Jeff Ovik and Anna Hedstrom from the Jamf Events team visit the Jamf After Dark Podcast to share everything you want to know.
Exciting community education updates from Valeria Tschida and Kelly Watkins Conrad, who talk us through efforts to bring technology to young learners around the world.
We're all excited about the debut of App Installers, and how Jamf's new feature will continue to evolve over time. Join us for another episode of the Jamf After Dark Podcast, when we phone ahead to the future and talk to Justin Clark, who has been solving the app update problem for years.
How do Jamf admins learn to script? By "borrowing" tips from other smart people on the internet. Join us for a rebooted Jamf After Dark Podcast with special guest Armin Briegel, the keeper of scriptingosx.com!
What is the cloud? Where is it? If you can't see it, how do you know it's there? What makes these clouds so resilient anyways? Join us for another episode of the Jamf After Dark Podcast when we solve all the cloudy problems of the world, with one of the few who can do it, Todd Ebersviller!
So we finish writing some sweet line of code and it just magically shows up in our cloud and on prem instances, right? Obviously not! But how does the machinery work? What are some of the controls we implement to make sure we ship good software? What part does compliance play? Luckily Jon Miller, the Senior Release Manager at Jamf, agreed to join us for this episode - where we unpack all this and more!
Jamf has always been a leader in Mac management for education. We continue to improve our footprint and hopefully impact in that space. Today's episode digs into some of the ways we do that, routes we have for educators to improve their skills, and how we see the future of device management in the space!
The Jamf Nation User Conference, or JNUC, is the largest gathering of Apple administrators on the planet. Maybe even in the universe! And it's free this year!
In this episode we get behind the scenes a little with Jeff Ovik and Katie English to discuss what worked in the first remote JNUC last year, what we'll be changing, and get a sneak preview into some of the aspects (and sessions) they're most excited about!
Mike Scafide, the Manager of Product Feedback Programs at Jamf joins the podcast this week to talk about Beta programs, Release Candidates, and how we route feedback from early releases!
We talk Jamf Nation, product - and how Jamf managed to be lucky enough to have him join us around 10 years ago! Oh and as a bonus - he tells us a little about his first Mac!
Malware. It happens. And when it does, we're really lucky to have a global community of security researchers that help identify, reverse engineer, and mitigate the impact of these nasties. In this episode we are joined by Jaron Bradley who is the Manager, MacOS Detections at Jamf and author of the book "OS X Incident Response: Scripting and Analysis" to tell us a little about the contributions he and many others, spread across a number of companies, make to help keep organizations and humans safer from bad actors.
Once upon a time, we tried to pipeline logs to centralized syslog hosts. And it was never great. Then, Apple gave us unified logging and the amount of logs skyrocketed. So the cmdReporter team took a step beyond that and built some amazing tooling to flow logs off Macs and into whatever SEIM an organization needs! Today, we talk with Dan Griggs about the philosophies, some of the tactics, and the massive case statements underneath cmdReporter! OK, so just kidding about the case statements but it was a super-fun episode!
What does the rest of 2021 have in store for security on Apple devices? What's the top thing Apple admins need to know about the state of security for the platform? What really defines crafty? And what face tattoos should we get?!?!
Jamf's Chief Information Security Officer Aaron Kiemele joins the Jamf After Dark Podcast to answer all these crazy questions and... spoiler alert - by the end of the episode Annie threatens to take her thermostat out of the wall (hopefully after winter)!
Cynthia Williamson and Nick Amundsen join the podcast in this episode, to talk through the difficult task of translating company strategy into shippable increments of products that customers want. We discuss balancing quality, roadmaps, company strategy, and working through the evolving landscape of a growing engineering and product organization.
Linnea Olson joins Annie and Charles for an episode to tell us all about her favorite game on the Apple II, how she's stayed sane during quarantine, and tell us a little about what happens when customers respond to those customer success surveys. We'll talk through NPS, movie clubs, and dealing with keeping twin 4-year olds at home!
Deb and Krzysztof join the podcast to talk design! In this episode we go from how design language informs how we work to how design systems help an organization consistently apply those frameworks. We talk user experience, design, and try and get at the heart of the matter: when we can get the neon lime green (or maybe brushed metal) back!
Few people understand that intersection between small businesses and Apple Device Management as Karen Goss. She was kind enough to join the podcast for this latest episode talking through Jamf Now, some stats on the state of affairs for small businesses, and one more thing... a marketing tip for any small business owners listening in!
Annie and Charles are joined by Daniel MacLaughlin to tell us a little about what it's like jetting around the Asia Pacific countries, deploying all the things - and of course we get him to tell us about snakes and the creative naming schemes Australians use for them (which is not unlike many a naming scheme used for packages over the years)!
We were lucky enough to convince the most excellent Kelly Watkins Conrad to join us on this episode of the podcast. After spending years in support and sales, she has all the info on moving to Jamf Cloud. In this episode, she talks DNS, certificates, and of course - doodling!
It's a blast and we are so happy to get our final episode of 2020 out to everyone. We hope everyone has a safe and wonderful holiday season and see you back for the fourth season of Jamf After Dark soon!
Dave Saltmarsh joins Annie and Charles in this episode to talk about how things are going in education, what an education strategist does, and share some of his knowledge from decades of experience in the classroom and then enabling edtech for others. It's a great journey, with lots to think about (which is pretty much every conversation anyone has ever had with him).
We've talked to UX, product managers, engineers, and all kinds of other people on the podcast. But never a product owner. So Sara Graves joins the Jamf After Dark podcast to talk about product owners, how they help teams succeed, and one of the more intriguing aspects to many a customer, how they help prioritize work to be done on products!
In the final installment of our post-JNUC podcast takeover, hear about all things security from Patrick Wardle and Andrew Medearis!
Our post-JNUC podcast takeover continues, this time to talk about Jamf Marketplace and Jamf Nation Redeploy with Josh Jagdfeld and Sam Weiss!
Join us for a special podcast takeover featuring CCO Sam Johnson! This is the first episode in a three-part series airing this week to talk about some of the biggest news coming out of JNUC 2020.
Also, stay for the Mad Libs. They're a blast!
Jamf has had a relatively smooth process in what seems fast approaching to be the "new normal" in the business world: working from home. So we were pretty stoked that Garrett Denny and Allen Houchins could join us on the podcast to take us through what steps had been taken before and after sending the company to work at home. What worked? What didn't? What technologies were necessary? How did we keep everyone and their data safe? Join us to hear some of our war stories and feel free to write in to share some of your own!
A lot of people are involved in putting on a conference that is attended by thousands of people. Join us to hear from two of them (Jeff Ovik and Katie English) about what it takes to put on a conference in San Diego, aaaand then pivot to a virtual conference! Hear about sessions, what's in store, and of course, swag!
A very special thanks to Adam Mahmud for joining Annie and Charles to talk about Jamf in Healthcare. In this episode, we unpack what Jamf does to help in the new remote world of remote healthcare delivery and the inspiration for his passion to help aid in those efforts. A great and well informed guest - thanks for joining us!
Jeni Asaba joins Annie and Charles to talk about Jamf Heroes and how she came to lead such an awesome initiative. We talk through why it's more than just customer engagement, what to expect, and whether or not we can get your voicemail recorded in the voice of Annie!
Join us for lots of laughter and a pretty darn fun episode!
Eric Johnson joins the pod to talk about his experience scaling Apple deployments in some of the largest school districts in the world. We talk through thundering herds, making your fingers bleed, and of course a good old fashioned origin story!
We love to talk to people in a lot of different areas of Jamf. In this episode we interview Kat Garbis about what an Evangelist does and where that came from, as well as what the Evangelists are hearing from customers and the broader Apple community. We might have also talked about comic books, science fiction, and martial arts. It was a blast, and we hope you enjoy!
In this episode, Jon Malm joins Annie and Charles to talk about the death of the kext and what that means for Apple administrators. And of course, to tell us a little about how his transition from Digital to Jamf has been going!
In the latest episode of the Jamf After Dark Podcast, we interview Sam Johnson. Sam has been with Jamf about as long as anyone and he clues us in on some of the early wins and misses (like having to go by an assumed name due to a bad business card run). Sam is one of our favorite Jamfs and we hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed creating it!
Join us for the latest episode of the Jamf After Dark Podcast. In this episode we have Joel Rennich back to take us through demystifying much of what a ?modern? identity really means in the back-end. It?s a pretty technical episode. But don?t worry, Joel does a great job explaining it all in a way that even Charles can understand. Also, it?s worth noting that the Jamf ID is shipping on February 21st, not January 21st. Apologies for that!
Jamf School was made generally available back at JNUC. How much work went into rebranding and hosting and accounting and all the things that go into something like that and what does this mean for schools around the world?
Join Garrett Denney and Kaylee Carlson in today's episode, where we review some of the announcements from JNUC 2019 and logistically when we think they might matter to you!
Join us to hear from Beth Tschida. In this episode we talk about the evolving software engineering organization here at Jamf, how that's changing and a little about what you might expect from us in the future!
In the latest installment of the Jamf After Dark Podcast, we bring in Blake Pierce and Kyle Hammond to tell us all about how the Conditional Access integration in Jamf Pro works, how it's used, and a little inside baseball on how it came to be!
The Jamf Nation User Conference is the worlds largest gathering of Apple administrators. In this episode we talk to the two heroes responsible for coordinating all the things and (spoiler) find out that Captain Kirk really is the best of the Doctors.
Jamf has a new Solution Partner Program to allow us to streamline how we work with software developers that want to build integrations with Jamf Pro. In this episode, Annie and Charles interview Josh Jagdfeld the Director of Alliances at Jamf to learn more about the program and how Jamf plans to help promote tools that work with our products. Max is busy getting an ingrown toe removed from his shoulder, so couldn?t join us for the episode.
Join Meghan Hutchins and Emily Brown to talk about Jamf Nation in this episode of the Jamf Nation podcast! We talk about the intent behind Jamf Nation, a little about the history, a little about Kanban, a little about Amazon, a little about identities, and have a lot of fun!
On this episode of the Jamf After Dark Podcast, Annie Halbert and Charles Edge sit down with Gregory Maki to discuss his history as a Client Engineer, the coolest support case he's ever worked on and things on fire (figuratively and otherwise).
Join Annie Halbert, Max Polski and Charles Edge in this episode of the Jamf After Dark podcast with our special guest Rachel Kjos. In this episode we cover the importance of providing world class support for emerging technologies such as Apple device management. In this episode, learn about how Jamf puts our customers first and helps them get good with all things Apple!
Jamf is acquiring ZuluDesk. Tune in to learn more about how this acquisition benefits Jamf and ZuluDesk customers. As well as to learn a little more about how the acquisition helps education customers succeed with the Apple platform!
Serverless technologies are changing the way many organizations build software. In this episode, the Jamf After Dark hosts Annie Halbert, Max Polski, and Charles Edge discuss the Amazon stack of serverless codeybits with Bryson Tyrrell from the Jamf Cloud team. Learn all about Lambda Lambda Lambda, and how Jamf is leveraging some of these to build better, more scalable software.
In this Episode Max Polski and Charles Edge interview Staci Wittman, from the Jamf support organization. We talk support cases, cloud opps, and of course Vikings vs Packers! Oh, and Max tries to stump Staci with a SQL query? Will he succeed?
Managed App Config is a feature of MDM that allows you to configure apps on mobile devices. Join Annie Halbert, Max Polski, and Charles Edge with special guests Connor Temple and James Felton, developers who have worked on Managed App Config in Jamf products and with the AppConfig.org community.
The Jamf Education team is responsible for training thousands of Apple Admins every year. In this episode Max Polski and Charles Edge interview Dusty Dorey and Randon Ruggles, some of the Jamfs responsible for our courseware and the delivery of education services. They tell us about what they've been up to and what to expect, as well as how they got into Jamf!