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MAKING THE MOST OF MOBILITY IN THE ENTERPRISE Vol I

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by: Charles Brett
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Publication Date: July 9, 2012
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 94
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
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Book Synopsis
This collection of blogs and brief analyses, addressing mobile devices and related mobility issues in the enterprise, started in September 2011 and runs to June 2012.

There are five ‘sections’:

- Provider Commentaries: this looks at issues that have specific connections to hardware and/or software vendors, from Apple to Microsoft to Samsung, etc.
- Best Practices and Mobility: these seek to provide insights and guidance about a variety of issues, from what to do if the police can read your mobile device to app development to how mobile phone carriers can outrageously fail to deliver.
- Mobility Can Change Enterprises and Organizations: the objective here is to show how ‘mobility’ can reshape conventional thinking and processes in ways that benefit businesses and customers.
- Diverse Implications: mobility introduces so many possibilities.
- Mobile Enterprise Errors (Unintended): this is a collection of unintended errors committed by enterprises.
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About The Author
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Charles Brett is VP and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research, Inc. where his primary focus is on all aspect of mobility and the use of mobile technologies in the enterprise. For 25+ years Charles Brett has focused on delivering common sense to the application of software technologies in organizations of all sizes around the world.

In addition Charles is the Editorial Director of MIDDLEWARESPECTRA/INSIGHT-SPECTRA). He was the General Chair in 2005 of the bi-annual High Performance Systems Workshop.

Charles is a regular speaker at industry conferences. He has written for many publications (including the London Times and the Financial Times) and is the author of Explaining iTunes, iPhones and iPads for Windows Users (2011) and the 5 Axes of Business Application Integration (2004).

Follow Charles on Twitter at: @CharlesBrett