Executive's Guide to the Wireless Workforce / Edition 1

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Overview

What you need to know–now–to join the global leaders in today's wireless computing revolution

Wireless computing technologies can no longer be seen as the wave of the future. Why? Because wireless is here, today–and any organization that isn't working to develop and implement this burgeoning technology risks missing out on the first great business boom of the twenty-first century.

Executive's Guide to the Wireless Workforce covers the technical issues, strategic challenges, and commercial possibilities of today's wireless computing technologies. Whether you are an executive charged with launching a wireless strategy for your organization or a mobile professional looking to learn more about this transformative technology, let this comprehensive guidebook provide you with:

  • Over fifty case studies explaining practical wireless computing deployments and applications
  • Step-by-step guidelines and checklists for deploying wireless computing applications
  • Techniques for measuring and maximizing the return on your wireless investment

Two out of every three companies are expected to expand their critical applications to wireless computing by 2006–and 2006 is right around the corner. Executive's Guide to the Wireless Workforce will give you the knowledge and information you need to get your wireless program up and running, and show you how to plan and execute a progressive, profitable, and enterprise-wide wireless computing strategy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471448792
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/11/2003
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 218
  • Product dimensions: 6.32 (w) x 9.29 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Meet the Author

RUSSELL D. LAMBERT is the Chief Operating Officer of a Miami-based telecommunications firm. Formerly the director of e-commerce for a $3.5 billion company, Lambert was named as one of Computerworld's Premier 100 IT Leaders. He is regularly quoted in industry publications and is a frequent and popular speaker at major conferences and seminars.
Julia King has been writing about information technology for twenty years. She is a national correspondent at Computerworld.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction 1
Ch. 1 Wireless Basics for Business 8
Ch. 2 Wireless Workforce 17
Ch. 3 Wireless Warehousing and Logistics 33
Ch. 4 Wireless for Customers 47
Ch. 5 Wireless in Health Care, Government, and Education 61
Ch. 6 Mapping Your Company's Wireless Strategy 72
Ch. 7 Extending the Enterprise to Wireless 93
Ch. 8 Top Ten Wireless Lessons Learned 118
Ch. 9 Wireless Forces of Change 125
Ch. 10 Looking Ahead 136
App. A First Practice 50 Wireless Enterprises 145
App. B Directory of First Practice Examples 148
App. C: Resources on the Web 199
Glossary 200
Index 213
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