Jamf (NASDAQ: JAMF), the standard in Apple Enterprise Management, today announced that it has joined the N50 Project to help bring access to affordable digital content, applications, and services to communities around the globe.
“An enormous amount of work and commitment goes on behind the scenes to bring technology to communities who lack access to the resources and connectivity technology requires. Thanks to the N50 Project, we can help bring increased technology opportunities to these communities,” said Suraj Mohandas, director of the education strategy at Jamf. “We are honored to be a part of this coalition of incredible organizations committed to closing the global digital divide.”
The N50 Project, which stands for the Next 50%, aims to accelerate digital adoption and community enrichment through innovative applications, network design, and business models to enable the next 3.9 billion people to participate in the digital world. Broadband adoption will be accelerated and sustained globally through commercial, non-profit, government, and community partnerships.
“We are excited to welcome Jamf to the N50 Project. Jamf brings transformative capabilities to education and healthcare that serve marginalized communities and a collaborative spirit for the N50 ecosystem,” said Kevin Schwartz, executive director, GWF/Project Management Office for the N50 Project.