By Julio Ojeda-Zapata, St. Paul Pioneer Press
“Earlier in his career, Zach Halmstad managed a network of about 400 Apple Macintosh computers at the University of Wisconsin. This was no easy task. A decade ago, few tools to do this job existed for Apple administrators — unlike in the then-better-equipped Windows-PC realm.
After simmering with envy for a bit, Halmstad decided to do something about it.
Halmstad now heads up JAMF Software, a Minneapolis company that gives the business information tech profession the power to oversee up to tens of thousands of Apple computing devices — including iPhones and iPads, as well as Macs — for a single organization, without needing migraine medication.”