Of course they tried to fix it, but you can't put a speed train on wooden tracks, so it was always falling off the rails.
"A few of us were growing a global leader in the device management (MDM/UEM) space, and we grew frustrated with the limitations imposed on us by old ideas and legacy technology. Google and Netflix were changing customer expectations for what edge devices could do and we couldn't keep up.
The whole industry was founded at a time of Blockbuster and DVDs, so it wasn't built for cloud. Of course they tried to fix it, but you can't put a speed train on wooden tracks, so it was always falling off the rails.
We left to fix what was broken, but we didn't want to just upgrade an industry--we wanted to transform it. Our goal was to deliver to enterprise the full capabilities of the digital edge. This meant: