Blue Hill Perspective: Analysing the EMM Landscape from the Obvious to the Oblivious


A certain familiar research firm recently released its annual ranking of the leading enterprise mobility management (EMM) vendors, writes Blue Hill Research’s Tony Rizzo.

It is always fascinating in a slightly strange way to see how these things play out, and interesting to observe how the obvious outcomes often fall into place. That issue of ‘obvious’, has struck me here – but why?

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About Tony Rizzo

Tony Rizzo joined Blue Hill Research following a 20 month stint heading up TMC's enterprise mobility and wearable technology coverage. Prior to TMC Tony spent several years within the mobile vendor community. Before his journey into the vendor community Tony spent five years as the Director of Mobile Research for research analyst firm The 451 Group, covering all aspects of enterprise mobility. There he lived through both the early and later stages of both consumer and enterprise mobility and the first stages of the BYOD enterprise mobility consumerization phenomenon following the release of the original iPhone. Tony has served as the Editor in Chief of Mobile Enterprise, Internet World, as the Editorial Director of an Ernst & Young Financial Services Web Advisory project, as the Editor in Chief of NetGuide (the first Internet magazine), as a founding editor and Editor of Network Computing Magazine, and as the founding Technical Editor of Microsoft Systems Journal. Prior to moving into tech journalism, research and analysis, Tony served as the Assistant Director for Information Technology at New York University's School of Continuing and Business Education, delivering extensive computer technology training programs.
Posted on June 22, 2015 by Tony Rizzo