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October 8, 2019 |

Addigy Announces Apple Device Management Support for macOS Catalina

Automated macOS Deployment/Management Platform Optimized for macOS Catalina in the Enterprise

MIAMI (PRWEB) October 08, 2019

Addigy, a leading provider of cloud-based Apple Device Management software, today announced general availability (GA) of its enhanced platform with support for macOS 10.15 Catalina. Addigy’s latest generation technology enables full utilization of Catalina’s new features, including support for 64-bit systems and advanced privacy controls.

Addigy Apple Device Management for Catalina enables IT solution providers and businesses to rapidly upgrade their entire network of macOS systems to the new 10.15 OS, the most advanced version of Apple’s operating system to date. With Catalina, there are significant upgrades to end-user privacy and system security. There is also the ability for users to create macOS apps from iPad apps and run those apps natively alongside existing macOS applications so that users can drag and drop content between them. Full advantage can be taken of the larger screen and powerful architecture of the macOS system to provide a seamless experience across devices.

The macOS 10.15 Catalina introduces a focus on 64-bit applications and the end of support for 32-bit apps. The move to 64-bit allows for modernization of the OS to take advantage of new capabilities while reducing the attack footprint of the OS. Catalina also includes stronger end-user privacy controls that are more closely in-sync with Apple iOS. To assist customers in preparing for the release of Catalina, the company provides a checklist to make the transition as seamless as possible.

Addigy’s full-stack cloud-based Apple Device Management platform allows for centralized management of Catalina macOS and iOS13 computing environments. The solution provides 24x7x365 oversight of Apple devices to ensure systems are secure, up-to-date, and running at the highest levels of efficiency. IT administrators can thoroughly audit their Apple assets quickly, without server setup to identify which OS versions and applications are installed, and whether updates have been applied to all machines on the network. Catalina will be a big turning point in the hardening of Apple machines and Addigy’s immediate support will simplify how these devices need to be managed upon release.

“Addigy is pleased to support the latest generation macOS. Catalina provides important new features and security enhancements such as Enhanced Gatekeeper, Data Protections, Activation Lock, and Dedicated System Volume,” said Jason Dettbarn, CEO, Addigy. “As our customers move to the new OS, we are there to support customers and ensure a hassle-free upgrade from start to finish,” said Jason Dettbarn, CEO, Addigy.

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Trusted by more than 3,000 global organizations, Addigy provides cloud-based Apple Device Management solutions for IT teams in enterprise, education, and MSP environments. Our multi-tenant SaaS offerings are changing the way administrators support their end-users, helping people get the most out of their Apple products every day. We believe good ideas are made great through community and collaboration, and strive to live that charter in all that we create and do. To learn more, visit us at


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