Mobile applications are becoming widespread among enterprises and mobile application management (MAM) is a strategy to ensure high performance and
happy end users. However, when it comes to application performance you must ensure the acceptable performance standards are driven by your users as opposed to those who manage
It’s better to have user-driven standards, which is how things work in a lot of industries. Take the cloud storage and file-sharing market. There are no formal standards for getting your app to tie into Dropbox or Box. But tons of apps tie into those services, and you almost never hear people complaining about interoperability or fragmentation in this market these days. Why? Because Dropbox and Box ARE the standards. Everyone uses those services, and that motivates app developers to make deals with them.
You can read more here: Mobile Application Management Standards Will Just Get in the Way of Progress