Solutions Review compiles the essential books on enterprise mobility that any IT administrator or engineer needs to add to their reading list.
Knowing how to properly manage and secure your enterprise mobility is critical for IT administrators and engineers. Whether hardcover or digital, books are an excellent source for people looking to learn about a specific field of technology, and enterprise mobility is no exception. We’ve listed the top enterprise mobility books that you should add to your reading list. These books are intended for beginners and experts alike and are written by authors with proficiency and/or recognition in enterprise mobility management and security
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“Working effectively with Apple platforms at a corporate or business level includes not only infrastructure but a mode of thinking that administrators have to adapt to find success. A mode of thinking that forces you to leave 30 years of IT dogma at the door. This book is a guide through how to integrate Apple products into your environment with a minimum of friction. Because the Apple ecosystem is not going away. You’ll start by understanding where Apple, third-party software vendors, and the IT community is taking us.”
“Although enterprise mobility is in high demand across domains, an absence of experts who have worked on enterprise mobility has resulted in a lack of books on the subject. A Comprehensive Guide to Enterprise Mobility fills this void. It supplies authoritative guidance on all aspects of enterprise mobility―from technical aspects and applications to implementation. The book introduces basic concepts such as enterprise mobility adoption strategy and user requirements in mobility. Illustrating the technical aspects of enterprise mobility, it analyzes the key features and challenges in developing mobility solutions for various domains.”
“This book is a breakthrough for beginners and intermediates of enterprise mobility. Scholars, executives, and experts can major scale and scope of enterprise mobility for a thirst for knowledge. This book is an independent view on enterprise mobility, which is beneficiary to business heads, technical architects, project managers, analysts, system administrators, project leads, and developers for enterprise mobility, design, development, support, and maintenance.”
“In this book, you will learn how MDM really works, what it does well, and what its limitations are; why IT’s mindset has to evolve from locking down devices and networks to making data and applications accessible in a safe way; why the real challenge isn’t personal devices, but mixing work and personal apps and data on a single device, regardless of whether they’re personally-owned or corporate-deployed; how mobile app management works, and why (despite challenges) it may be the best approach for keeping corporate data secure.”
“Learn how to use Microsoft’s breakthrough Enterprise Mobility Suite to help securely manage all your BYOD and company-owned mobile devices: Windows, iOS, and Android. Two of the leading mobile device management experts at Microsoft show you how to systematically help protect employee privacy and corporate assets without compromising productivity. You’ll find best practices, step-by-step guidance, and real-world scenarios for every stage of planning, design, deployment, and administration.”
“Enterprise Wireless Mobility Management (WMM) is a business strategy that most companies are starting to define because all employees have at least one mobile device (mobile phones, smartphones, tablets,…) and at least 30% of them are company-owned property and by 2015 is expected to be 60% since most companies are moving to a mobile workforce. With the increasing number of company-owned devices, companies need to control their data on a User/Devices/Billing perspective.”
“With their remarkable convenience and ease of use, iPhones and iPads are rapidly gaining a foothold in both the business world and academia. Originally designed for consumer use, these devices lack enterprise security and management features that other mobile devices possess, especially if they’re being used in a Windows network. Network administrators and IT personnel can readily find what they need to know in this friendly book, enabling them to configure, administer, manage, and secure iOS-based devices in their current environment.”
“You will find practical guidance based on our many years of real-world experience managing mobile devices around the world. This book provides you with detailed step-by-step instructions, as well as decision-making guidance and explanations that provide answers on the whys and hows around modern device management using Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite and System Center Configuration Manager.”
“Mobile Strategy gives IT leaders the ability to transform their business by offering all the guidance they need to navigate this complex landscape, leverage its opportunities, and protect their investments along the way. IBM’s Dirk Nicol clearly explains key trends and issues across the entire mobile project lifecycle. He offers insights critical to evaluating mobile technologies, supporting BYOD, and integrating mobile, cloud, social, and big data. Throughout, you’ll find proven best practices based on real-world case studies from his extensive experience with IBM’s enterprise customers.”
“SC Moatti […] gives businesses and professionals simple ways to thrive in this modern-day “gold rush.” More than a book on technology, this is a book about human nature and what matters most to us. Moatti shows that because mobile products have become extensions of ourselves, we expect from them what we wish for ourselves: an attractive body, a meaningful life, and a growing repertoire of skills. She has created an all-encompassing formula that makes it easy for any business to develop a strategy for creating winning mobile products.”
“The revised version of this book provides essential guidance, compelling ideas, and unique ways to Enterprise Architects so that they can successfully perform complex enterprise modernization initiatives transforming from chaos to coherence. This is not an ordinary theory book describing Enterprise Architecture in detail. There are a myriad of books on the market and in libraries discussing details of enterprise architecture. My aim here is to highlight success factors and reflect lessons learned from the field within enterprise modernization and transformation context.”
“Professional Android, 4th Edition shows developers how to leverage the latest features of Android to create robust and compelling mobile apps. This hands-on approach provides in-depth coverage through a series of projects, each introducing a new Android platform feature and highlighting the techniques and best practices that exploit its utmost functionality. The exercises begin simply, and gradually build into advanced Android development.”
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