Apple today announced a slew of new devices including a new 13" and 15" MacBook Pro models, a new Mac Pro, a new iPad Air, and the new iPad Mini 2 with retina display. Along with all the new tech likely to hit the enterprise with the BYOD movement, it looks like software upgrades are in order. Apple also announced that its latest operating system, OS X Mavericks, is out today - and for free.
OS X Mavericks is a nice update from apple, particularly with the integration of iCloud Keychain, a solution which offers employees an easy way to manage passwords (stored, encrypted, automatically entered), which is a huge weak point in most enterprises.
We know that when it comes to the management of devices, organizations want to be able to persistently manage and secure all of their endpoints from a single console. Whether PC, Mac, iOS, Android or Windows Phone devices, Absolute Manage has focused on creating a powerful yet easy-to-use interface to simplify this process. As part of that, we stay on top of the latest OS releases in all areas to ensure that you, too, can easily manage devices with the latest OS releases.
Absolute Manage 6.4, available today, is our latest update featuring full iOS7 support and support for the newly-announced OS X Mavericks.
Absolute Manage 6.4 updates include:
If you are an existing customer, your Absolute Manage update is now available via the Absolute Manage Resource Center. Please refer to the release notes for a complete list of added features and for special upgrade procedures.