Managed mobile services

In this managed mobile services series, Dan Taylor examines managed services for device management, email, enterprise applications, and cellular telephony. It concludes with a best practices guide.

In this managed mobile services series, Dan Taylor examines managed services for device management, email, enterprise applications, and cellular telephony. It concludes with a best practices guide.


Managed mobile services

Ground rules
Mobile devices
Mobile email
Cellular bill consolidation
Mobile applications
Best practices

Ground rules
Part 1 examines the benefits of managed mobility and establishes some ground rules when enterprises seek to deploy standardized platforms for mobility supported through existing carrier retail channels.

Mobile devices
Part 2 address the types of services that exist to help companies manage their mobile devices.

Mobile email
Part 3 offers guidance on planning and research so you can get mobile email into the hands of your workers with minimal disruption and headache.

Cell bill consolidation
Part 4 discusses how cellular bill consolidation can provide companies with low-overhead cellular management approaches that deliver predictable costs.

Mobile applications
Part 5 looks at mobile enterprise applications -- solutions for server hosting, managed application hosting and shared hosting environments.

Best practices
Part 6 concludes the series with pointed advice on how to define and select managed mobile services for your mobile deployment.

Daniel Taylor
About the author: Daniel Taylor is managing director for the Mobile Enterprise Alliance, Inc. (MEA), and he is responsible for global alliance development, programs, marketing and member relations. He brings over fourteen years of high technology experience and is well known as a subject matter expert on many of the aspects of mobility, including wireless data networking, security, enterprise applications and communications services. Prior to the MEA, Dan held a number of product marketing and development positions in the communications industry.

This was first published in May 2007

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