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Consumerization Nation #23: We chat about mobile app management in iOS 7

Written on Aug 09 2013 5,196 views, 3 comments

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by Jack Madden

In this episode of Consumerization Nation, Colin, Jim, and I got together to talk about iOS 7 and mobile app management, including:

  • The new role of 3rd-party MAM.
  • Is MDM a commodity?
  • The expanding role of iOS configuration profiles and how to use them in more flexible ways.
  • How iOS 7 will influence businesses.

 

 
 




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Vittorio Viarengo wrote re: Consumerization Nation #23: We chat about mobile app management in iOS 7
on Fri, Aug 9 2013 3:31 PM Link To This Comment

Good stuff. couple of comments:

1 - With iOS 7 MAM-only vendors need to have the ability to manage the MDM profile to do their thing. They are not out of business, but they have work to do.

2 -  I agree that the need for a MAM standard on the iOS platform is somewhat diminished although iOS7 still does not do Auth/Auth, Tunneling, SSO

My thoughts here:

mobilityjourney.com/.../truth-about-mdm-commoditization

Vittorio Viarengo wrote re: Consumerization Nation #23: We chat about mobile app management in iOS 7
on Fri, Aug 9 2013 3:45 PM Link To This Comment

At minute 34 on MDM profile and privacy:

- iOS 7 provides way to clearly show the user what the configuration profile can and cannot do

- A lot of the things that people are concerned about, like their company seeing what they browse with Safari, it is not possible to begin with.

- Vittorio

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