To better serve enterprise Apple , JumpCloud has introduce Zero-Touch deployment to its cloud directory and mobile device management solution.Expand Expanding Close
JumpCloud announces $100 million in Series E funding for continued cloud directory and Apple MDM expansion
JumpCloud, the popular cloud directory service for Mac and PC organizations, has announced that it an addition to an oversubscribed Series E round of funding to continue expanding its operations. The round was led by Blackrock, but its existing investor General Atlantic also participated in the round. Joining the round today is two new investors are H.I.G. and OurCrowd. As part of its move to support growing demand, JumpCloud also announced the addition of Kevin Biggs as Chief Revenue Officer to the executive leadership team. The total Series E round is now at $100 million.Expand Expanding Close
JumpCloud, the popular directory-as-a-service and Apple MDM vendor, announces macOS Big Sur compatibility
JumpCloud, the popular cloud-based Directory-as-Service and mobile device management vendor, has announced macOS Big Sur compatibility ahead of Apple’s upcoming release.Expand Expanding Close
JumpCloud, the makers of the popular cloud directory service, is expanding its product portfolio to offer a new mobile device management solution for Apple enterprises. JumpCloud has been a popular ‘directory-as-a-service’ vendor for Apple enterprises looking to move away from Microsoft’s Active Directory. The JumpCloud MDM solution will work directly with Apple’s MDM APIs.