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Reminder: MAM Isn’t Dead

If you’ve been keeping up on news from around the enterprise technology sector, you might be convinced that MAM, the mobility approach that started it all, is dead. Even on our blog, we’ve been talking about just about everything except MAM. With...

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...

The Lifecycle of Mobile App Management, Part V: Wrapping Up

This post is the last in a five-part series on the lifecycle of mobile application management. For previous posts in the series, see: Part I, Introduction; Part II, The Landscape; Part III, Getting On Board; Part IV, The Horizon. We’ve reached the end of the road with...

The Lifecycle of Mobile App Management, Part III: Getting On Board

This post is part three in a five-part series on the lifecycle of mobile application management. For previous posts in the series, see: Part I, Introduction; Part II, The Landscape. If you’ve been keeping up with our series on the lifecycle of mobile app management,...