JumpCloud is delivering continuous improvement to how identities, devices, and passwords are managed. Our open directory now permits syncing with directories that aren’t listed within our catalog to simplify user imports. JumpCloud is also more deeply integrated with Gusto HRIS to enable native device management. On the devices front, Android EMM has been officially launched, and it’s now possible for admins to initiate a remote support session on any supported endpoint using Remote Assist. Other enhancements will streamline how commands and policies are executed, and make JumpCloud Password Manager’s end user experience even better.
Android device management for JumpCloud is now included at no additional cost. Manage both bring-your-own and corporate-owned, personally enabled Android devices via Work Profile from Android Enterprise.
Admins can now initiate a remote support session without the end user needing to be present. With Silent Assist (Unattended Access), admins can launch a remote session from the JumpCloud Admin portal and connect to users’ devices directly, reducing the time to issue resolution.
Admins can now use the API to run ad hoc commands on their systems, and view which commands are bound to their devices, giving them greater flexibility and visibility.
Gusto offers a deep integration with JumpCloud to allow HR to automate and more seamlessly manage devices, in addition to user identities, from within their platform.
The integration provides the flexibility to perform simple device assignment and device management tasks within Gusto and also have access to the full breadth and depth of the device management capabilities available within JumpCloud directly.
Description: Organizations using external directories that aren’t in our catalog can create new integrations for directories that automatically sync user data into JumpCloud every hour. With this new feature, processes are fully automated, security is vastly improved, and support tickets are decreased.
Description: JumpCloud now supports the Duo Universal Prompt authentication method, to which Duo is migrating their customers. With this new release, universal prompt provides a simplified logon experience for the user, and JumpCloud makes it easy for admins to upgrade their accounts with plenty of time left before Duo ends support for the traditional prompt.
Description: JumpCloud Password Manager now has a browser extension available for the Safari web browser. With this new feature release, users can now securely store and manage their passwords directly in the Safari browser.
Description: Admins can now edit a custom policy group template (PGT) that they copied from an existing template in the Multi-Tenant Portal (MTP). This new feature saves time by letting admins edit templates directly, rather than recreate them every time.
JumpCloud’s Q2 product roadmap webinar is now available to stream on demand. Learn about the future of the JumpCloud platform and uncover the new and updated features we introduced this quarter.