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Addigy Predicts Higher Demand for Its Apple Device Management Products in 2019 as Enterprise Deployments Increase

Company Helps Administrators Take Control with Powerful, Cloud-Based Platform

Addigy, a leading provider of cloud-based Apple device management software, forecast greater demand for cloud-based computing device management as interest grows across enterprises globally. With increased macOS deployments in the enterprise, the need for comprehensive management solutions will necessarily rise to support management requirements.[1]

In support increasing device management requirements, Addigy’s full-stack cloud-based macOS/iOS Device Management platform allows for centralized management of distributed computing environments. The solution provides 24x7x365 oversight of all systems to ensure security, real-time software updates and high efficiency levels. IT administrators can thoroughly audit all assets quickly and without server setup to identify which OS versions and applications are installed, and whether updates have been applied to all machines on the network.

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According to Gene Munster, Managing Partner, Loop Ventures, “In October of last year, the MacBook Air and Mac Miniwere announced. This has introduced systems with a lower price point to stay within IT budgets while offering the same high value features. These computers are built to compete in the PC market from both a price and specifications standpoint which will attract business customers who will also require management systems to runs these devices within an organization.”

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“The purchasing qualifiers of these solutions are now equivalent to PCs in many respects and CIOs are taking notice,” said Jason Dettbarn, CEO, Addigy. “The industry-wide lowering of costs alongside the gains in management efficiency make properly managed computing devices competitively advantageous. With a focus on macOS/iOS solution management in the enterprise, Addigy is playing a significant role in making this a reality for businesses globally.”

“With the availability of touch ID and facial recognition, macOS/iOS devices have best-in-class access control, making them a very viable option for use in the enterprise,” added Munster. “Add to this the company’s High Sierra and Mojave macOS security updates and these devices are positioned well for more secure computing environments. The pricing profile for MacBook Air and Mac Mini also makes them affordable for those replacing some or all of their PCs.”

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