Thursby announces support for Apple OS X Yosemite and new iPad devices

Arlington, Texas, October 14, 2014 – Thursby Software, a market leader in enterprise integration, announced day one support for the new Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite operating system and latest iPad tablets that Apple released today.

Thursby has been developing DAVE® v12 and ADmitMac® v9 to run on Yosemite since the day of the first beta release. The public beta is immediately available to all customers with a current Support and Upgrade Agreements (SUA).  Interested customers should contact

Software updates will be free for all existing PKard® for Mac customers. Software upgrades will be free for customers of DAVE, ADmitMac and ADmitMac PKI with active SUA.  Any Thursby Mac software license purchased on or after September 1, 2014 is also eligible for a free upgrade.  Eligible customers will receive an email with upgrade information, but upgrades can also be obtained through their website.

Thursby’s sturdy, metal, lighting readers and iPad Air and mini cases will continue to work with the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. These readers are compatible with all the apps in the PKard Ecosystem, which have been iOS 8 compatible from day one.



About Thursby Software Systems

Thursby is an American company celebrating nearly three decades of enterprise Apple Macintosh, iPad, and iPhone integration, management, and security specialization. For more information about Thursby and its products, please visit


This press release has been made by Thursby Software Systems, Inc. 

Thursby press contact: Jean Panek