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Tom Nolle - President of CIMI Corp.
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Cloud services may be the best way to deliver mobile applications to enterprise customers, due to the range of services that providers can offer from their carrier-class data centers and networks. In addition, cloud providers have a unique ability to help enterprises manage mobile devices as interest in bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives grows. This handbook will offer information on new cloud-based mobile services and provide guidance on architecting the cloud for mobile device management (MDM), location-based services and security requirements. We will also address managing the network to minimize problems in application performance and delivery.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Mobile cloud architecture
  • Mobile behavior
  • Building cloud mobile services

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Tom Nolle - President of CIMI Corp.

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