Top 10 Best Books on Enterprise Mobility Management

Top 10 Best Books on Enterprise Mobility ManagementThere is a wide variety of books on Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) available online, but choosing the one that is right for you and the users in your organization can be a difficult task. Solutions Review has taken the liberty of doing the research for you, having reviewed a multitude of these books. We’ve carefully selected the top books based on relevance, popularity, review ratings, publish date, and ability to add business value. Here they are in no particular order.

Enterprise Mobility Management Second Edition

Enterprise mobility management Second Edition by [Blokdyk, Gerardus]By Gerardus Blokdyk

All the tools you need for an in-depth Enterprise mobility management Self-Assessment. Featuring 691 new and updated case-based questions, organized into seven core areas of process design, this Self-Assessment will help you identify areas in which Enterprise mobility management improvements can be made.”

Enterprise Mobility with App Management, Office 365, and Threat Mitigation: Beyond BYOD

By Yuri Diogenes, Jeff Gilbert, and Robert Mazzoli

“Protect both corporate assets and employee privacy, so your people can be fully productive from any device, anywhere. Learn how to use Microsoft Intune to manage applications to satisfy your unique requirements, make the most of Mobile Device Management (MDM) for Office 365, and defend on-premises resources with Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA).”

Enterprise Mobility Management: A Clear and Concise Reference

By Gerard Blokdyk

“There’s no better guide through these mind-expanding questions than acclaimed best-selling author Gerard Blokdyk. Blokdyk ensures all Enterprise mobility management essentials are covered, from every angle: the Enterprise mobility management self-assessment shows succinctly and clearly that what needs to be clarified to organize the business/project activities and processes so that Enterprise mobility management outcomes are achieved.”

Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything You Need to Know About MDM, MAM, and BYOD

Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, and BYOD, 2014 Edition by [Madden, Jack]

By Jack Madden

“This book is for people who have been tasked with “figuring out BYOD.” It’s for companies who have only dealt with BlackBerry and BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) for years and want to know what’s next. It’s for desktop admins and architects who are now tasked with delivering applications and data to new platforms. And it’s for the mobile managers who were happy with BES for the past ten years and now have to deal with users bringing in iPhones.”

Mobile Device Management: Mobility Evaluation in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

By Markus Pierer

“Ing. Markus Pierer M.Sc. proves whether or not there is a generic valid system comparison approach for various individual specifications facilitating the selection process for organizations. He illustrates important basics of enterprise mobility management, realizes classification of mobile devices and accomplishes conceptual definitions. The author divides feature descriptions into categories, thus making various different systems comparable and consistent. This comparison aims at integrating mobile devices in the existing infrastructure of small and medium-sized enterprises.”

Establishing Enterprise Mobility at Your Company

By multiple authors

“Featuring CTOs and CIOs representing some of the top companies in the nation, this book provides best practices for deploying mobile technology throughout your organization, as well as evaluating that technology’s success. Driven by the desire to help the business run more efficiently and improve productivity, these authors offer tips for developing effective mobile solutions and increasing usability. This book provides valuable insight for those looking to reap the benefits of enterprise mobility by properly training employees to use their mobile devices at home, on the go, and around the world all while overcoming off-site challenges.”

Enterprise Mobility: A Complete Guide

Enterprise Mobility A Complete Guide by [Blokdyk, Gerardus]

By Gerardus Blokdyk

“All the tools you need to an in-depth Enterprise Mobility Self-Assessment. Featuring 702 new and updated case-based questions, organized into seven core areas of process design, this Self-Assessment will help you identify areas in which Enterprise Mobility improvements can be made.”

Enterprise Mobility Services Complete Self-Assessment Guide

Enterprise Mobility Services Complete Self-Assessment Guide by [Blokdyk, Gerardus]

By Gerardus Blokdyk

“Someone capable of asking the right questions and step back and say, ‘What are we really trying to accomplish here? And is there a different way to look at it?’ This Self-Assessment empowers people to do just that – whether their title is entrepreneur, manager, consultant, (Vice-)President, CxO etc… – they are the people who rule the future. They are the person who asks the right questions to make Enterprise Mobility Services investments work better.”

The Mobile Enterprise: A Pragmatic Vision

The Mobile Enterprise: A pragmatic vision by [Beauduin, Axel, Kaouass, Rachid]

By Axel Beauduin and Rachid Kaouass

“As mobile technology has entered a mature phase, companies are confident enough to start implementing mobility. Axel Beauduin and Rachid Kaouass share their experience and pragmatic vision of enterprise mobility and how best to implement it. The authors will guide you through every step of the process, from roadmap construction to the deployment of mobile applications in the enterprise. This book will be useful to all IT and non-IT business actors interested in implementing mobile solutions in their company or organisation.”

Investigation Into Current and Future Requirements and Influences of Mobile Business Applications Within Enterprise Mobility

By Michael Mordhorst

“The investigation has been conducted via interviews and focused on current and potential business apps user of different industries, job levels and company sizes. The questions contained topics from four dimensions: economic, technical, process and social. These perspectives structure the whole thesis so to say not only the investigation, but also literature review and analysis. Based on the conclusion of the investigation the recommendation suggests a service portfolio with three building blocks: Readiness Check, Transition Management and Advanced Mobility.”

Tess Hanna

Tess Hanna is an editor and writer at Solutions Review covering Backup and Disaster Recovery. She has a degree in English and Textual Studies from Syracuse University. You can contact her at thanna@solutionsreview.com