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The MAM Revival

Picture this: it’s 2008. All across the country, everyone from tech geeks to regular Joes are getting familiar with the new kid on the phone block, Apple’s iPhone. Just as the iPhone is all the rage, so too are the apps that people are starting to get...

Five Reasons Why Enterprises Need Mobile App Management

Modern technology has taken communication to a completely new level. Today, you have devices talking to devices, hence the birth of IoT (internet of things). Since everyone is carrying a device with them today, restricting them from using those devices is impractical....

Building a Mobility Strategy, Part II: Driving Adoption

This post is part two in a three-part series on building a mobility strategy within the enterprise. To read part one, click here. Check back in after the Fourth of July for part three.   As all too many companies have learned the hard way, building an app is no...

Building a Mobility Strategy, Part I: Operational Focus

This post is part one in a three-part series on building a mobility strategy within the enterprise. Check in next week for part two. More than a quarter of organizations have not built, customized, or virtualized any mobile apps in the last year. That’s according to a...

Dropping the “M” In “Mobile Application Management”

For most of our life as a company, we’ve lived in the Mobile Application Management, or MAM, space.  Not any more.  Increasingly, we see our future as dependent on dropping the “M.” We’re not just dealing with mobile application management now....

The Enterprise Mobility Security Problem

There’s a security problem in enterprise mobility. Don’t believe us? Just ask other organizations trying to address security. According to a global survey of 900 IT decision makers by Gemalto, 95% of IT departments are battling with security challenges in their...

MAM Deployment Models 101, Part V: Conclusion

This post is the last in a five-part series on MAM deployment models. For previous posts in the series, see: Introduction; Part II: Windows; Part III: Android; Part IV: iOS.   Mobile Application Management (MAM) is more popular than ever before. Increasingly, clients...

MAM Deployment Models, Part IV: iOS

This post is part four in a five-part series on MAM deployment models. For previous posts in the series, see: Introduction; Part II: Windows; Part III: Android. They say to save the best for last, and while we’ll leave it up to you to decide which mobile platform is...