First came BYOD.
Then in response, companies came up with MDM – and later, the more granular MAM – as part of an overall EMM strategy.
And now we’re all moving toward UEM.
Allow us to explain: BYOD refers to employees who years ago began bringing in their own devices (smartphones and tablets) to work. That forced companies to come up with an enterprise mobility management (EMM) strategy to protect corporate data, which at first entailed mobile device management (MDM) and more recently, mobile app management (MAM).