US cloud provider Jamf eases enterprise Brexit fears

07 May 2019

Jamf Premium Cloud will ensure the data of businesses that operate in finance, education and other highly-regulated industries is stored securely and firmly within the region

Jamf Premium Cloud will ensure the data of businesses that operate in finance, education and other highly-regulated industries is stored securely and firmly within the region

US tech company Jamf has introduced its cloud service for Apple management to British servers, so UK enterprises can continue to use it seamlessly post Brexit.

Jamf Premium Cloud on a UK server will help businesses operating in finance, education and other highly-regulated industries, ensure their data is stored securely and firmly within the region.

The service further allows businesses to manage and grant access to IP and network addresses and allow certain users to log into the server without interruption.

Minneapolis-based Jamf’s premium cloud product also allows businesses to white label their own server address, making sure it fits online with company branding and safe in the knowledge they are using the correct server.

The strategic move by Jamf will see the company better positioned to tailor its products and services to a UK audience. Previously, its only European facility was located in Germany. It has additional servers in the US, Japan and Australia.

“We are excited to bring Jamf Premium Cloud to the UK as it will bring flexibility to our customers here,” said Mark Ollila, director, cloud operations at Jamf. “Jamf users will be able to reap the benefits of the cloud securely, as well as experience additional layers of security and customised branding. As the UK prepares to part ways with the EU, the cloud will be an essential tool for British businesses to compete globally, which is why we have launched Jamf Premium Cloud tailored for those in the UK.”