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Enterprise Mobility Management E-Book Part 3

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is a widely used approach to securing and enabling employee use of smartphones and tablets. One major issue that comes into focus is managing corporate resources separately from personal resources – so, besides desktop virtualization and web apps, what can be done?

Part 3 of this Enterprise Mobility Management e-book deciphers how to benefit from mobile app management (MAM). From third-party MAM to OS-enabled MAM, learn why there will be situations that call for a particular method. Inside, discover more about:

  • The core apps for MAM
  • How to bring all of your managed apps together
  • How to acquire apps for third-party MAM
  • And more

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  • Design a Blueprint for Building a Mobile Workforce

    Mobility is such a radical departure from traditional enterprise computing that business and IT leaders sometimes don’t even know where to start. This e-book takes readers through the process of enabling and managing a secure mobile workforce. End users love mobility, but its benefits for businesses aren’t always as clear. This chapter explains how mobility can improve productivity and increase agility—and why security concerns, while important, shouldn’t stop mobility from taking off.

  • BYOD and Beyond: Balancing User and Enterprise Needs in Mobile Security Policy

    Bring your own device (BYOD) policies are a good way to get mobility off the ground, but they‘re not a magic pill. Every organization needs to clearly lay out its expectations for mobile workers, regardless of who owns their devices, in order to protect data and network access. BYOD policies must account for acceptable use and enterprise mobility management technologies. IT must also be ready for employees who try to get around policies and address privacy concerns.

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