JNUC 2020 Super Early Bird Rate Expiring


As a reminder, this is your last chance to secure your 2020 Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC) tickets at the Super Early Bird rate of $999 ($799 for education). You can purchase your ticket at a discounted rate now through Wednesday, March 11. On Thursday, March 12, the Early Bird price of $1099 goes into effect ($899 for education).

Why attend JNUC 2020? Here are just a few of the many reasons:
• Multiple session tracks, including expert-level content and hands-on Interactive Lab sessions for deeper dives on topics that you care about. Those interested in presenting at JNUC can find more information here.
• Collaborate on best practices with your peers, including scalable enterprise Apple deployment and best practices on Jamf products and solutions in a wide range of environments.

• Networking opportunities with your peers and Jamf, including an on-site Customer Experience bar, the Jamf Nation party and a wide variety of community-hosted Mini Events

Need help getting there? We’ve got you covered.
• For those who need help getting approval to attend from their boss, we've crafted a Convince Your Manager letter to ensure you don't miss out on the action!
• Got questions or need additional help? Check out our FAQ page, or email us at JNUChelp@jamf.com.

Ready to secure your discounted pricing? Register for JNUC 2020.

We’re looking forward to seeing you in September!


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@jeff.ovik Given all the conferences being cancelled, a lot of companies arent approving any travel/conferences at this time. Is there a stance on jamf extending the Super Early Bird Rate?

New Contributor III

I would love to get this rate as anything higher immediately puts me out of budget, however we aren't approving any travel right now, or for the foreseeable future, super bummed.

Legendary Contributor III

Yeah, I hope Jamf is thinking about how the current situation could affect things with their conference this fall, both in terms of attendance and whether it's even wise to put it on. It's doubtful we will be out of the woods by then given what we know right now. Hopefully it will still happen, but I'm guessing attendance will be down a bit from last year unfortunately.

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It’s six months away...


Jamf Nation User Conference Update 

Our annual global customer event, the Jamf Nation User Conference, is scheduled to take place in a little under seven months starting on September 29 in San Diego, California. While we look forward to seeing our customers at this event, we are being diligent to ensure the health and safety of our attendees, partners and employees.

In order to remain informed about the ongoing situation at both the global and local levels, we are closely monitoring and taking direction from global, federal and local health officials, including the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

With that in mind, there are currently no plans for Jamf to cancel or postpone the Jamf Nation User Conference as a result of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

We believe it is critically important for our community to remain adequately informed on COVID-19. Ongoing updates on our conference plans will be available on our Jamf Nation User Conference COVID-19 FAQ as more information becomes available. In the meantime, Jamf remains focused on ensuring we are taking the necessary measures to protect the health and wellbeing for all attendees onsite during the event.