Wireless Data for the Enterprise

George S Faigen, Boris Fridman, Arielle Emmett

  • 出版商: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • 出版日期: 2001-10-08
  • 定價: USD $49.95
  • 售價: $1,600
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 288
  • 裝訂: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 0071386378
  • ISBN-13: 9780071386371

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產品描述

...A valuable tool for management considering or already involved in wireless project planning. This book addresses the most important questions that all organizations should ask themselves when considering deploying wireless applications.--Stephen Drake, Research Manager, Wireless & Mobile Enterprise Access, IDC

THE BLUEPRINT TO FOLLOW WHEN DECIDING IF, WHEN, AND HOW TO GO WIRELESS

Heres THE resource a company needs to determine whether or not to go wireless, and how to use wireless data within your organization. Youll find the information needed to gain priceless perspective on:


* Mobile workers
* Customers
* Suppliers
* Setting-up new models for profitability

WIRELESS DATA FOR THE ENTERPRISE will prove invaluable to IT managers, CEOs, CIOs, corporate decision-makers, technical developers, and anyone else involved with deciding how to use wireless data to improve their business.


We believe this book will help corporate managers develop a sense of what is possible with wireless today--to tailor personalized data for users while selecting wireless devices, gateways, and networks. It will show the technical reader how to implement wireless applications that enable disruptive market strategies and new methods to generate revenue, linking enterprise assets securely with people using laptops, personal digital assistants (PDAs), smart phones, palmtops, dashboards, and other varying flavors of mobile devices.


Here is the definitive blueprint for firms considering or already implementing the technologies required to go wireless. Presented in a clear, concise, and jargon-free style, WIRELESS DATA FOR THE ENTERPRISE:



* Goes beyond the consumer hype to explain both the pitfalls and advantages of going wireless

* Offers an unmatched overview of what is currently possible with wireless data, identifying the requirements, illustrating how to implement wireless applications, and focusing on how to make money while doing it

* Provides detailed, step-by-step guidelines on researching and developing wireless pilots and blueprints, including selecting middleware and implementing security measures

* Includes eye-opening case studies of several early Fortune 500 wireless adopters


Guiding the reader on a journey beyond the Internet and simple cellular systems to a world of wireless knowledge, WIRELESS DATA FOR THE ENTERPRISE will prove to be a valuable reality check for the many claims about wireless, sorting out myth from fact, truth from exaggeration.


For managers, it details what can be accomplished in both the business and consumer space utilizing existing applications and networks.


An eye-opening futuristic view of how wireless data will touch every aspect of our lives from home monitoring, to wireless coupons, to email access, to news alerts, to wireless business applications makes for fascinating reading, and helps put present day developments in perspective.


If you or your firm need a single source for authoritative information detailing everything you should know about going wireless--the search ends here.

            

   Wireless Data for the Enterprise    

Chapter 1. A Day in the Life of a Mobile SheDevil    

Chapter 2. Needed and Do-Able: A Wireless Data History    

Chapter 3. Untethered Enterprise: No pain, no gain?    

 Chapter 4. At the Leading Edge: Pioneer Adopters    

 Chapter 5. The Wireless Consumer: What Will It Take to Woo the Mass Market?   

Chapter 6. Middleware is the Hub of Wireless Computing    

Chapter 7. Wireless Networks and Devices Complete the Mobile Landscape    

Chapter 8. Creating a Wireless Business: A Primer    

Chapter 9. Boldly Go: Inventing the Wireless Enterprise     

Glossary      Industry Directory      Bibliography      Index