Dice.com interviewed Jack Madden at VMworld 2012 San Francisco earlier this year to get his reaction to VMware's announcement that they'd be entering the Mobile Application Management (MAM) space.
In this short video, Jack hits a ton of different topics, including:
- What VMworld's "app wrapping" announcement was and how it will allow them to handle iOS devices
- Whether VMware is behind others in the MAM and iOS space
- What the current app wrapping and MAM space looks like
- How app wrapping works and what features it provides
- What an "app sandbox" is
- How MAM differs from traditional MDM (or how you can use MAM without MDM)
- How MAM and app wrapping effect BYOD
- Why a sandboxed email client, app wrapping, and data sync work together
- How MAM and app wrapping make it easier to fire employees :)
- How you can do BYOD without the company having to have full rights over users personal devices
- How users can keep their personal stuff hidden from IT departments
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