Hello JAMF Nation,
Two weeks ago we launched our JNUC registration site and we already have 170 registrations completed -- approximately evenly split between Education and Commercial customers.
Also over these two weeks, we have heard much feedback from you. Given what we've heard and learned, specifically from our education customers, we have made the following important decision:
JAMF's Super Early Bird discount of $499 will be extended for our Education customers until July 13th.
This decision is motivated by an Education budget season that typically starts in July. Thank you to our customers for providing this valuable feedback.
There is no change for commercial organizations, where the Super Early Bird discount expires on May 4th as previously announced (then rising to $599).
I hope this helps. The earlier we can attract registrations, the better we can plan the event. Plus, we are well ahead of last year's registration pace at this point. Given the changes this year, we have no idea whether JNUC will fill up -- but, to be safe, we should all plan on it. You can guarantee your place by getting registered early 🙂
Please respond with questions, or you can write firstname.lastname@example.org for registration assistance.
@deanhager Way to go! Though, not for the obvious edu price extension. Thanks for engaging! One thing that I've seen throughout this entire discussion is your commitment to listen and respond to the user community. Perhaps we're all used to the familial/communal nature of jamfnation. Yet, having JAMFs new CEO on the forums announcing new polices, explaining/defending them and collaborating during what I'm sure must be a very busy schedule, really speaks to me about not only your commitment to JAMF but of JAMF's commitment to us, your customers and our users.
Thank you Dean.
Somehow I missed this when it came out. Guess I need to watch the jamfnation stream and not rely on emails for previously subscribed topics!!!
@deanhager Thank you for allowing us in Education to have a chance to use the Early Bird discount with next year's budget money. This should allow more of us to come, and be able to connect.