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Mobile Sensing Technology In The Workplace: Planning, Deploying, and Managing Mixed Devices (英語) ペーパーバック – 2019/7/18
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This book is designed to help you understand the range of tools and mobile sensing technologies emerging for companies and their employees, the incredible opportunities a "bring your own device" workplace environment presents, and its sane risk-management models and approaches.
As the trend toward a BYOD workplace continues to grow, and as the nature of mobile technology changes to reflect a seemingly infinite variety of devices and internet-connected things that all have a place in the enterprise, IT professionals, developers, managers and line-of-business influencers need to consider both the opportunities as well as the risks before they begin deploying policies and technologies. The principal problem users of mobile, sensor, and radio technologies will encounter is lack of knowledge of what these technologies are capable of, and how to integrate them. This lack of knowledge can too often lead to expensive and ineffective integration projects being launched in businesses of all sizes.
Mobile Technology In The Workplace: Planning, Deploying, and Managing Mixed Devices strengthens the capability and confidence of the reader in approaching mobile, sensor, and radio integration projects in the workplace, and the illustrative projects in this will provide hands-on experience with devices and software. Projects are central to the approach of this book: Readers can follow along with the descriptions of projects and set up similar systems in their workplaces and homes, connecting devices and software to solve specific problems.
What You'll Learn:
- What the key sensing technologies are and how they work and interact with one another
- How sensor analytics work
- How to build and refine an adaptable workspace for sensor devices
- Debugging and resiliency testing
- How to build mobile line-of-business apps
- The potential of autonomous, communicative devices
- The boundaries of security and privacy
Zigurd Mednieks runs Surfaceable.com, a consultancyin mobile system and application software development, with special focus on software embedded in devices and networked enterprise software. He has authored or co-authored several computer books, including "Programming Android" (two editions), "Enterprise Android", and "C Programming Techniques for the Macintosh", plus other books and publications. He has held senior positions in product development in the telecommunications industry, and is an inventor on two issued patents and several patents in process.