Acronis’ latest integration of its Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud, with Jamf, the standard in Apple Enterprise Management (AEM) is Acronis’ first Apple integration, enabling managed service providers (MSPs) to easily mass deploy and manage Acronis’ single-agent solution for comprehensive backup, recovery, cybersecurity, and endpoint protection management – ensuring their clients’ macOS machines are safe and secure.
As adoption of Mac devices continues to increase, with more than half (55%) of all small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) reportedly being Mac-friendly, the IT service providers who support these SMBs need a streamlined, proven way to identify, monitor, and secure the data on those machines. With this new integration, MSPs can remotely deploy Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud’s full range of backup, recovery, and cyber protection services – managing multiple Jamf Pro accounts for multiple instances through a single Acronis account.
“The Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud integration is tailormade for MSPs that manage macOS devices on the Jamf platform, helping to establish our credibility and influence in the world of Apple,” said Jan-Jaap “JJ” Jager, Board Advisor and Chief Revenue Officer at Acronis. “We know we are better together as partners, and we worked cooperatively with Jamf to create an integration that is a natural extension of the Jamf Pro platform and uses workflows that are intuitive to Jamf users. This integration creates significant value for macOS admins.”
“We are thrilled to welcome Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud to true Apple Enterprise Management for macOS, with this integration that is now available on the Jamf Marketplace,” said Josh Jagdfeld, senior director of partner marketing at Jamf. “With the steady growth of macOS in the enterprise, organisations must be equipped with the right tools to identify, monitor, and secure these devices. This integration makes it possible to seamlessly and securely work across devices and platforms. We’re so excited to be bringing these two powerful platforms together.”
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