2014/iOS 7 update now for my book, "EMM: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, and BYOD"

I'm happy to announce that the updated version of my book, "Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, and BYOD," is now ready! This book is an in-depth examination of the mobility topics I cover here at Brian Madden.

I’m happy to announce that the updated version of my book, “Enterprise Mobility Management: Everything you need to know about MDM, MAM, and BYOD,” is now ready! This book is an in-depth examination of the mobility topics I cover here at Brian Madden.com, and is available in the Amazon Kindle format.

What's new in the 2014 Edition? The first version of this book came out right after Apple announced iOS 7, but before we knew many details. Now that iOS 7 has been released, I've updated the book to include all the new management options. iOS 7 also sparked discussion about the evolution of both platform-based and third-party mobile app management, so there's a lot of new material covering that, too. There are plenty of other updates, and overall the book is now a bit longer.

I can't overstate how happy I am with the response to this book. It has six 5-star reviews for at Amazon.com, and I've received a lot of great feedback and complements about it. A big thank you goes to everyone in the community for that!

How to get this book

The 2014 Edition of "Enterprise Mobility Management" is available in several ways:

The Amazon Kindle version. (Remember, you don't have to have a Kindle device to read Kindle books. They have apps for iOS and Android, or you can read Kindle books directly from a browser.)

If you already purchased the Kindle version, an update will be available for free. However you will have to wait a little bit, since apparently it takes four weeks for everything to work its way completely through Amazon's system. Once it does, though, you can log into Amazon, go to "Manage Your Kindle," and then look for "Update Available" next to the book title in your Kindle Library. (If you're buying the book for the first time, you won't have to worry about this—it's just a quirk with the way Amazon handles updating existing copies.)

If you purchased a physical copy of the original book from Amazon.com, you can also download the Kindle version for free, thanks to Amazon's new Kindle MatchBook program. So even though the physical copy is the old version, you can have the new content, too. This version will still be available for another month or two, until supplies run out.

Finally, Dell Software will be giving away free physical copies of the new 2014 Edition next week at Dell World 2013 in Austin, Texas. I'll be in the Dell Software booth on Thursday, December 12, at 11:30am and 2:30pm signing copies. If you happen to be at the show, come on by and pick one up!

Contents

Foreword by Brian Madden
Preface
Notes
1. The Mobile World
Introduction
The Seven Universal Truths of Enterprise Mobility in 2014
What Else Will This Book Cover?
2. How Our Present Mobile Landscape Came to Be
Enterprise Mobility Before the iPhone
Enter the iPhone and Android
A Guided History of Management Features in iOS and Android
Results of the MDM Revolution
3. Understanding iOS and Android (From the Enterprise Perspective)
All About iOS and Android Operating Systems
Mobile App Distribution
4. Understanding Mobile Device Management
MDM Concepts
Exchange ActiveSync as MDM
MDM for iOS
MDM for Android
5. The Reality of Mobile Device Management
The Reality of MDM for End Users
The Reality of MDM for IT
Where MDM Works Well
The Next Step Beyond MDM: Dual Persona
6. Early Attempts at “Solving” Mobility and Providing Dual Persona
Delivering Windows Apps and Desktops to Mobile devices via Remote Computing
Web Apps and HTML5
Conclusion: There Must Be Another Way
7. Mobile App Management
Mobile App Management Concepts
Third-Party MAM
OS-Enabled MAM
Conclusion
8. The Core Apps for MAM: Email Clients, Mobile File Syncing, and Managed Browsers
Mobile Email Clients
Mobile File Syncing
Secure Mobile Browsers
9. Building a Corporate Ecosystem and Enabling Dual Persona
Bringing All of Your Managed Apps Together
How Are We Supposed to Get All of These Apps?
10. Dealing with BYOD
What Is BYOD Really?
Can You Save Money with BYOD?
Working With Personal “Consumer” Devices
Why BYOD Ultimately Doesn’t Matter
11. Putting it All Together: Deployment Considerations for EMM
Deployment Variables
Example Deployment Scenarios
Deployment Considerations
Dealing With the Continuing Effects of Consumerization
12. The Future of Enterprise Mobility Management
How the Current Framework Could Mature
Moving Beyond Our Current Framework to Mobile Information Management
Conclusion

The 2014 Edition has a new cover! Check it out:

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