Until relatively recently, mobile device management looked likely to become the de facto means by which organizations would stop data stored on employees’ smartphones and tablets ending up in the wrong hands. Indeed, a little over a year ago Gartner forecast nearly two-thirds (65%) of enterprises would have adopted MDM by the end of 2017.

Six months later, however, an analyst for the same group told its 2013 Security and Risk Management Summit the market was “going to die.” According to CRN, John Girard spoke at length about how MDM was in chaos and how vendors that are sharp “know the end is in sight”.

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