Jack Madden con Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, and BYOD, 2014 Edition (English Edition)
The 2014 Edition of this book includes the latest information about iOS 7 and new types of mobile app management.
Over the past few years, more and more employees have been demanding to do work from mobile devices like iPhones, iPads, and Android phones and tablets. Back in days when BlackBerry dominated the market, dealing with mobility was easy for companies. But today's Android and iOS devices aren't so easy to manage, and the tasks that employees want to do with them far more advanced than what they did in the BlackBerry days.
The enterprise mobility management (EMM) industry has responded with technologies like mobile device management (MDM), mobile app management (MAM), mobile virtualization, app wrapping, “containerization,” and mobile file syncing. All this technology is new, and it’s evolving rapidly. The stakes are high: Thanks to the consumerization of IT, if a company doesn’t figure out how to deal with mobility, users will bring in their own phones and tablets and do whatever they want anyway.
“Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, and BYOD” is your guide to figuring out how it all works.
In this book, you'll 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; and how future developments could affect approaches to enterprise mobility management.
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.
Table of Contents:
1. The Mobile World
2. How Our Present Mobile Landscape Came to Be
3. Understanding iOS and Android (From an Enterprise Perspective)
4. Understanding Mobile Device Management
5. The Reality of Mobile Device Management
6. Early Attempts at “Solving” Mobility and Providing Dual Persona
7. Mobile App Management
8. The Core Apps for MAM: Email Clients, Mobile File Syncing, and Managed Browsers
9. Building a Corporate Ecosystem and Enabling Dual Persona
10. Dealing with BYOD
11. Putting it All Together: Deployment Considerations for EMM
12. The Future of Enterprise Mobility Management
Jack Madden covers everything related to enterprise mobility management at BrianMadden.com, a website devoted to desktop virtualization, the consumerization of IT, and enterprise mobility. Jack has written hundreds of articles and spoken at BriForum, Citrix Synergy, VMworld and other events throughout the US and Europe. In addition to “Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, and BYOD,” Jack co-authored “The VDI Delusion” in 2012 and "The New VDI Reality" in 2013.