What’s the difference between MDM, MAM, EMM and UEM?

The difference between mobile management policies and technologies may come down to degrees of control, but deploying the wrong strategy can cost companies  monetarily and kill employee morale.

When bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategies first emerged several years ago, many corporations made device wiping a key goal; after all, the ability to delete data from an employee’s smartphone or tablet appeared, on the surface, to be the best way to stop leaks or the misuse of sensitive information.

So, as employees, particularly senior-level workers, began demanding mobile devices for business use, IT often turned to either company-owned hardware or restrictive  mobile device management (MDM) software.

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