Apple enterprise chief explains improvements for Apple businesses

Michael Potuck for 9to5Mac:

“In the latest episode of the Mac Admins Podcast, Jeremy Butcher, Apple’s product marketing manager for enterprise and education software goes in-depth on the new and important changes coming with iOS 13 and macOS Catalina from an enterprise perspective.

“…the new BYOD user enrollment option for iOS 13 and macOS Catalina… will allow devices to be signed into multiple Apple IDs and keep managed work accounts and information from personal accounts separate by creating multiple APFS volumes.

“He also says that the upcoming single sign-on extension to work with Kerberos Active Directory will be an important new functionality.”

MacDailyNews Take: Apple is an enterprise company. It’s also a phone company, services company, Mac company, iPad company, wearables, software and services company. (It also makes dongles.)

2 Comments

  1. Not sure they are enterprise! Took ability away to image computers and no easy way to make packages. Partitioning a users phone hd and deleting it on unenroll is a little scary, hopefully it works 100% of the time!

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