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“Many businesses have struggled to adapt to the changes, while others have simply not been prepared.“Businesses need to start taking a whole new approach to mobility. They need to implement a structure that can identify classes of users and device types and create policies for treating the different groups as they attempt to connect to the network.”In terms of implementing MDM, Samsung points to its Enterprise Software Development Kit (E-SDK), which developers can use to take advantage of the additional security features available in Security Enhanced Android. The tool can also be used to develop bespoke enterprise applications for devices.According to a recent Samsung MDM white paper, the E-SDK enables developers to use features that enhance the security, accessibility and usage cost of mobile devices. E-SDK offers more than 890 APIs and 410 policies for what the firm calls “increased device control”, whereas standard Android provides 30-plus policies and APIs.

Gartner analysts Ken Dulaney and Terrence Cosgrove wrote a piece in May 2014 entitled Managing PCs, Smartphones and Tablets and the Future Ahead. In it they suggest that the collision of PC and mobile device management approaches over the next seven years will create a product category called unified endpoint management (presumably UEM in acronym land).“Everything about PC and mobile device management is changing, including necessary skills and IT processes. Enterprises are supporting two radically different management architectures – one for PCs and another for smartphones. PCs are managed though system images, while smartphones and their cousins, tablets, are managed via a more complex mechanism that adapts to their sandboxed architectures,” they write.“Yet, in many cases, IT attempts to make smartphones act like PCs through strategies such as containerisation, which is a pseudo system image. IT should understand the differences between the management styles of the two types of devices and recognise that sandboxed architectures represent the future. Thus, the management framework approach going forward will result in a product category called unified endpoint management.”

Gartner erudite musings notwithstanding, today we still have MDM. Perhaps a practical example in 2014 will help us compare the theory with the reality.Steven Ward is group IT manager at Ferguson Group, an Aberdeenshire-based offshore container, accommodation and workspace module specialist. Ward explains that security and the provision of a standard build for mobile devices are the two factors driving his organisation’s MDM adoption.The firm has offices all over the world and many employees on the move, so IT needs to know security will not be compromised.“We need to be able to wipe and lock devices remotely as soon as we receive that call,” says Ward.“The BYOD trend means some employees feel the IT department is there to provide tech support for their own phone, which is not the case. We’re there to provide a standard device with a standard set of applications which are compliant and secure.“We don’t need MDM to take up half of our job. Instead, MDM provides our small department with the capabilities to keep around 100 devices spread around the world secure remotely. We’re working with Spiceworks’ MDM solution as a cost-effective way of doing this.”

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Ward says that in his experience it is not the younger generation demanding BYOD and driving MDM adoption.“Employees recognise that our policy is to provide them with the devices they actually need. If they have a requirement, we will try and cater for it. The issue is ensuring employees are running apps approved for business purposes. MDM becomes important in this respect, as we can monitor applications and keep devices secure,” he says.Whether we look forward to Gartner’s unified endpoint management theory or stay closer to home with MDM as it is today, a combination of current methodologies may be the most prudent way forward.We need only to look at global trends to confirm that mobile data is exploding. Vodafone reminds us that based on analysis from 2012, global mobile data traffic grew by 70 per cent.Extrapolated from these figures we find a compound annual growth rate in data flows of 66 per cent predicted over the next five years.

Not only is the amount of data traffic soaring, it is also moving faster than ever. Average worldwide mobile connection speeds are forecast to rise sevenfold by 2017.Vodafone’s answer is its eponymously named Device Manager, a technology that includes AppConnect. This provides a software development kit designed to help create wrappers for iOS and Android and put apps in secure containers.So could wrappers and containers be the answer to MDM and BYOD headaches? Could the notion of a multiplicity of user endpoints be the most sensible approach? Or could plain old CYOD (choose your own device) be the best way to manage BYOD?CYOD represents a dividing line between BYOD randomness on the one hand and the formalised top-down provision of company devices on the other. CYOD schemes allow employees to select a mobile device from a range of company-approved products.

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The problem (well, one of the additional problems) here is that MDM has to extend after the usage of a corporate device to make sure it is given appropriate end-of-life treatment.Global estimates suggest that the average phone is used for just 18 months. The issues associated with MDM and BYOD come from so many angles, it becomes hard to know which direction we need to start applying policy in.“Businesses must take intelligent responsibility for the growing threats to their communications environment,” says Vincent Geake, head of secure mobility and new ventures at BAE Systems Detica, Vodafone’s global security partner.“By doing so, they will fulfill their duty of care to shareholders, employees and customers, ensuring that they keep their valuable information safe and remain compliant with external expectations, wherever their workforce is operating.”

We will continue to manage our enterprise desktop client experiences through controls that will be distinct from the MDM that operates in the dedicated mobile space, but this will ultimately change as we reach a point where the two worlds collide.This inevitable convergence and unification of device controls will shape our usage of all technology over the next five years.Something for the Weekend, Sir? As soon as I arrive at a client’s office, I take everything off. The scratchy, suffocating feeling produced simply by wearing stuff drives me to distraction, so whenever I get the chance, off it comes. Oh to feel the air on my skin...My clothes, you will be relieved to learn, remain distributed in rough approximation of current conventions of decency around my body parts. Everything else, though, ends up on the table: watch, wedding ring, glasses, phone, keys, wallet, coins… indeed anything that had previously been sitting, strapped or pocketed close to my person during transit.Long gone are my student days during which I could happily wear nasty little silver chains around my neck or even crappier and more pretentious man-bracelets (all purchased from that fine purveyor of quality 1980s jewellery, Ratners), not to mention silly belt and wallet chains that used to keep getting caught in door knobs, seatbelts and ski lifts. These days, I can only just about put up with wearing a watch, and even then only for short periods.

Despite this, I am a big fan of using a wristwatch to tell the time. This means I am an old person. Da yoof, I notice, prefer to hunt around in their pockets or handbags for a mobile phone to provide them with this information. Give that this method of telling the time sometimes takes longer than it might to find and ask a policeman, I suspect that young men do this to legitimise their frequent compulsion to play pocket billiards in public.Try this experiment for yourself: the next time you spy a young hipster sitting in a coffee shop tapping away at a MacBook while acting self-consciously bespectacled, tattooed, beardy and generally a bit of a twat, ask him for the time. He will invariably ignore the fact that the time and date are staring at him on his laptop screen and prefer to have a good old wander around Hairynobland before producing his smartphone to find out.

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