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Best Practices for Mobile Device Management

Smartphones are becoming more sophisticated and powerful day by day. Since these devices can do so much and are available at a much lower cost nowadays, they seem to be everywhere in the enterprise. However, because of their capabilities, they require much better management practices than many enterprises are used to.

This e-guide from reveals numerous tips for mobile device management in the enterprise, plus a checklist to help you make your MDM strategy.

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  • Enterprise Mobility Management E-Book Part 2

    The general concept of managing mobile devices is naturally called mobile device management (MDM), which is not the name of any one product, but rather the name for operating system APIs, protocols, and back-end software used to manage mobile devices.

    So, what are some of the best practices you need to know to use MDM to manage a mobile device?

    In part 2 of this Enterprise Mobility Management e-book, discover the ins and outs of mobile device management, including how Exchange ActiveSync is as valuable as an MDM tool, using MDM for iOS, and using MDM for Android. Dive in to gain insight on:

    • The reality of MDM for end users (and for IT)
    • The situations where MDM works well
    • How to deliver Windows apps and desktops to mobile devices
    • And more

  • Enterprise Mobility Management E-Book Part 4

    Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is a widely used approach to securing and enabling employee use of smartphones and tablets. Besides mobile device management (MDM) and mobile app management (MAM), there is another major piece that makes up EMM – bring your own device (BYOD).

    So, does BYOD truly matter? Why are some organizations considering BYOD versus corporate-owned devices and various options for addressing them?

    In part 4 of this Enterprise Mobility Management e-book, learn what BYOD really is, if you can save money with BYOD, if BYOD matters for IT. This book wraps up by explaining the different deployment considerations for EMM, and how the current EMM framework could mature in the future. 

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