Welcome to the September edition of the JumpCloud® Newsletter! This month we talk about the new Premium feature: System Insights™, User Portal session duration, SSO connectors, as well as macOS® Catalina™ support, Premium Support, and more! And, as always, you can find a more technical breakdown of our recent releases in our September release notes.
Introducing System Insights™!
Our new Premium feature, System Insights, is now available for all JumpCloud customers to explore and try! System Insights provides automated delivery of asset, security, and configuration data across your fleet of macOS, Windows® and Linux® machines. Admins can now gather and report on information about a system’s users, memory, performance, browser extensions, applications and a wide array of other data points for security, asset inventory, and compliance benchmark reporting.
If you’d like to try System Insights and learn more about adding it to your current JumpCloud plan, please reach out to your Customer Success Manager or check out the product page using the link below.
macOS Catalina Support
With the release of macOS Catalina right around the corner, we’d like to let you know that the JumpCloud team has been hard at work to ensure that our Agent will maintain support as Catalina is released. We have been carefully following the Beta releases and have a few more items that we want to address. We anticipate full compatibility when Catalina is released. In the coming months, we’ll also be leveraging new Catalina features to help us improve your overall experience.
If you’re curious about how JumpCloud interacts with macOS Catalina, please contact your Customer Success Manager.
Configurable User Portal Session Duration
This new update allows admins to set the amount of time after which idle User Portal sessions expire. Admins can find User Portal Session Duration by going to Settings in the Admin Portal and clicking Security. With a configurable time period between 1 minute and 90 days, JumpCloud admins can alter their default time period as needed to provide convenience to their users, minimizing how often users need to log in to (Read more...)
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Blog – JumpCloud authored by Zach DeMeyer. Read the original post at: https://jumpcloud.com/blog/september-19-newsletter