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MacTech and Jamf are swapping months for annual 2019 events

Jamf and MacTech are working together on each of their annual 2019 events — Jamf’s annual user conference (JNUC) and MacTech Conference 2019. The two events are swapping months from their normal schedules. 

Jamf, which specializes in Apple ecosystem management, will hold their annual JNUC event Nov. 12-14, in Minneapolis. MacTech Conference will now be Oct.16-18, 2019 in Los Angeles. The two companies say the change will allow everyone will have the opportunity to go to both of these great events. And, as they have consistently done for years, Jamf is again a Gold Sponsor of MacTech Conference 2019.

MacTech Conference is a three-day, immersive, technical conference specifically designed for Apple IT Pros, enterprise, consultants and techs. The goal is to allow members of the Apple community to meet and exchange ideas through presentations from some of the best and well-known experts in the community, but also by fostering interactions and building relationships.

MacTech Conference has a combination of joint sessions, two concurrent sessions, and labs/forums targeted for IT Pros, enterprise, consultants, and techs. Sessions will focus on desktop, mobile and watch, as well as macOS and iOS. In addition to the content, the gang at MacTech strive to create a environment at the conference — one where collaboration, spending time with one’s peers, and new knowledge and connections are fostered. For more information on MacTech Conference, go to .

As for JNUC, for three days every year, Apple users from around the globe descend on Minneapolis for the event. It’s the largest gathering of Apple system administrators in the world with the purposes of: solving IT problems that impact organizations; getting ideas that help take investments in Apple and Jamf Pro to the next level; learning about new and future Jamf Pro features that empower users and IT; sharing real-life experiences, gaining insights, and connect with their Jamf Nation peers; and meeting and mingling with Jamf product, implementation, and support experts.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.