Over the years, you, our Jamf Nation members, have given us feedback around how we could improve your community experience. And for that, we’re so grateful! It led to the remodeling of this very community last summer and allowed us to create more meaningful spaces for you to connect and learn from each other. But you want more, and we want to give you more! You (singly and collectively) communicated that you want a space within Jamf Nation where you can share deeper, more detailed technical thoughts. You want to hear more creative and common ways to use Apple and Jamf to achieve success in your environments. You want a technical blog space to share these ideas and workflows. Well, folks, we’re happy to announce we heard you, and we’re making it happen!
We’re excited to introduce Tech Thoughts, a technical blog that’s dedicated to serving as a space where Jamfs and Jamf Nation members alike can share their expertise on important, time-sensitive technical topics. You are all a wealth of knowledge, and we want to help you share it in a bigger, better way. That’s why starting today you’ll see this space populate with content from Jamf experts and community members who have valuable thoughts to share.
Please note that while many of the articles will be from Jamf product experts, and can be considered a source of Jamf-certified content, the space will also contain articles from you, our Jamf Nation members. Jamfs won’t vet these articles, so please consider them the same as other member-submitted content within the community.
As we further develop this space, we’ll work to publish new content on a routine basis, from both Jamf and our Jamf Nation members. If you have content you’d like to contribute, please fill out this form to submit your blog. We can’t wait to see what tips, tricks and general Apple-management ideas you have to share! And we look forward to highlighting your expertise time and time again! Thank you in advance for your contributions!
With excitement and gratitude,
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