Webinars are excellent resources for those looking to learn more about a specific product or area of interest. They provide in-depth breakdowns of industry concepts along with best practices to improve workflows. At JumpCloud®, we live and breathe the IT industry and as a result are constantly working to put out webinars that help educate IT admins all over. Many of the challenges that admins face with managing Macs, remote users, Active Directory®, and more are discussed in these webinars, and we hope that by viewing them you will be able to overcome these challenges.
The latest JumpCloud webinars can be found on our events page. If you’re interested in an overview of the Directory-as-a-Service® platform, then sign up for our weekly onboarding webinar, where you’ll have the opportunity to see JumpCloud in action and ask questions live.
We understand that workdays are busy though, and you can’t always make every webinar you would like to. In addition, we want to make sure that anyone who missed the signup gets the chance to view the webinar as well. To address that, we’ve made all of our past webinars available in a YouTube playlist on our channel. You can check out the JumpCloud Webinars video playlist below:
Which JumpCloud Webinars Are You Interested In?
We have a decent amount of webinars available for your viewing pleasure, so if there is a specific topic that you are interested in this is a great way to find it. Below you will find a list of all of our currently available webinars:
Managing Macs in the Cloud-forward Enterprise | Jamf & JumpCloud
- Mac management has long been a hot topic among IT admins. With the combination of Jamf and JumpCloud, it no longer needs to be. This webinar breaks down how you can have your Macs covered from initial deployment all the way through day-to-day identity management.
Set up and Secure a Modern Office in 30 Minutes – without Active Directory®
- WiFi, virtual machines, remote users without VPNs, web applications, and cloud infrastructure. It’s clear that a (Read more...)