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Two years ago, mobile device management (MDM) was the buzz. Mobile security was an essential part of a mobility strategy, and every enterprise needed one. Today, not so much.

"About 18 months ago at least, businesses across the whole market realised that the issue wasn't around mobility. Mobility was subsumed by this idea of 'any device, anywhere'," according to Joseph Sweeney, an advisor with IBRS who specialises in end user computing, including mobility, future workplace strategies, and enterprise solutions.

"We're now starting to treat the desktop and the tablets and all these other devices as one and the same thing. Most of the strategies I'm working with do not distinguish between mobile device and desktop," Sweeney told ZDNet.

"What's changed is that instead of trying to say that here's a bunch of untrusted devices, and here's a bunch of trusted devices, people are realising that everything is an untrusted device, including the stuff in the office."

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