Key features in those operating systems that are supported by Jamf will allow organisations to simplify BYOD operation with user-driven enrolment (eliminating the need to send enrolment URLs to end users who opt to bring their own device while separating user data from work data); mandating the use of Jamf Private Access for enterprise traffic with personal browsing protected by iCloud Private Relay; and additional features in Apple's MDM specification including restrictions on Paste and Siri.
The Paste restriction can be used to block Copy and Paste specific items to unmanaged and unsecured locations and apps.
The Siri restrictions forces translations to be performed on-device, without contacting the Siri servers.
"Jamf consistently anticipates and aligns with Apple's strategy so we can be ready to meet our customers' needs. We are proud to deliver yet another year of same-day support for Apple's latest operating systems," said Jamf senior vice president of strategy Nick Amundsen.
"These new features will help organisations empower their staff with the devices they want and keep their workers secure, while protecting their personal privacy."