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Device Scout 3.0 is the intelligent browser that leverages the JAMF Software Server (JSS). It presents a wealth of information about any Apple device in an elegant, easy-to-understand format. Device Scout adds a layer of analysis that provides a very focused, historical snapshot of the critical information found in the JSS. This information provides quick insights to promote proactive device management strategies and purchasing decisions. Device Scout is ideal for employees that need access to high level Mac or iOS data stored in their JSS — even when they are not trained Casper Suite Administrators. Device Scout empowers IT departments with the capability to easily distribute Device Scout access to employees throughout their organization. It also allows Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to provide automated, 24/7 reporting to their clients.
Device Scout is an excellent way to provide fast, focused, and critical device information to Tier-1 Support Desk staff and non-technical administrators (anyone who is not a Certified Casper Administrator).
Device Scout is also available as part of Forget Computers' comprehensive Mac and iOS device management solution, Robot Cloud — a complete buildout of the JSS framework. Robot Cloud is packaged with additional timesaving tools that enable IT administrators to make smarter decisions while delivering proactive management to their Mac and iOS devices.
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