Kandji is featured on CRN's top 25 security and management tools of 2021. The list features a roundup of leading mobile security tools focused on mobile threat prevention for businesses, along with the top mobile device management platforms.
During the pandemic, having an automated solution for onboarding and updating Apple devices remotely has been essential, and today Kandji, a startup that helps IT do just that, announced a hefty $60 million Series B investment.
Kandji aims to streamline access and onboarding and offers a large library of one-click templates for pre-built security automation and endpoint compliance. Kandji continues to build out its platform as it recently added single sign-on (SSO), self-service functionality, and an API for enterprise-grade extensibility.
Just seven months after its last big check from investors, San Diego startup Kandji has raised an additional $60 million to keep up its fast growth. Founded in 2018, the company has added 60 workers in the past seven months, bringing its headcount to 100.
San Diego-based Kandji closed a $60 million Series B after tripling its growth since raising its $21 million Series A last October. The platform enables quick and secure deployment for remote work, with hundreds of prebuilt application and security settings.
Kyle Alspach of CRN interviews our CEO Adam Pettit on Kandji's growth, our recent $21M Series A, and our partnerships with MSPs. Evan Jones, CEO of Jones IT, shares how they use Kandji's pre-built automations to save time and keep their clients' Apple devices secure.
"Given the recent adoption of remote and work from home culture, Kandji stands to gain by providing the most robust and flexible [device management] solution on the market" - Kandji investor Josh Kopelman of First Round Capital
For the last Founders in Focus post of the 2020, we’re chatting with Adam Pettit, founder and CEO of Kandji.
In this episode of the Apple @ Work podcast, Bradley is joined by Adam Pettit from Kandji to discuss automation in the Apple device management space.
Kandji, a San Diego startup that helps systems administrators manage and secure Apple devices used by businesses, has raised $21 million in a Series A round of venture capital funding.
If you’re familiar with Apple, you likely know Steve Jobs’ famous 2007 Keynote address and watched the company’s historic rise to becoming both the first $1Tn and $2Tn publicly traded company in the United States.
Kandji, a mobile device management (MDM) startup, launched last October. That means it was trying to build the early-stage company just as the pandemic hit earlier this year.