What you need to know
- Jamf says it will support and "extend key functionality" to devices running macOS Big Sur.
- Security systems will also continue to function without any disruption.
Apple released macOS Big Sur yesterday and device management outfit Jamf has already confirmed that it's good to go. In a statement to More, Jamf says that it's ready to support macOS Big Sur.
Jamf has been testing Apple's beta releases to make sure everything is good to go and, sure enough, day one support has been confirmed.
It isn't just a case of supporting macOS Big Sur, either. Jamf says that the update adds features to user provisioning, enterprise workflows, and institutional security enhancement that will be of benefit to teams in all kinds of businesses.
You can learn what Jamf makes of the macOS Big Sur switch in its statement.
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