CompTIA Mobility+ MB0-001: Mobile Device Management 2

IT support personnel, mobility architects, network and security administrators, and anyone looking to gain technical skills for managing mobile devices

Prerequisite
None

Expected Duration
99 minutes

Description
Mobile devices have unique on-boarding and off-boarding strategies, due to their diverse nature and BYOD issues. This course covers issues of policy relating to mobile device on-boarding, management and off-boarding, and looks ahead to new mobile technologies emerging, and the opportunities and risks they pose. This course is one of a series of courses that cover the objectives for CompTIA Mobility+ (MB0-001).

Objective

Device On-Boarding and Off-Boarding

  • start the course
  • describe cellular device activation as a step in mobile device on-boarding
  • describe processes for on-boarding network access hardware for mobile devices
  • describe manual, automated, and self-service on-boarding and provisioning processes for mobile devices
  • describe off-boarding and deprovisioning of mobile devices

Mobile Device Management Procedures

  • describe methods of centralized application distribution for mobile devices
  • describe methods of centralizing content management for mobile devices
  • describe deployment best practices for mobile devices
  • describe remote capabilities for mobile devices including remote wipe, remote lock/unlock, remote control, remote activation of location services, and reporting
  • describe lifecycle operations for mobile devices, including updates, upgrades, patches and certificate management
  • describe change management procedures for mobile devices
  • describe mobile device end of life procedures

Device Backup Recovery and Data Segregation

  • describe processes for backup of corporate devices to a corporate backup server
  • describe processes for backup of personal devices to a vendor or third party backup server
  • describe processes for local backup of devices
  • describe processes for recovery from backup

New mobile Technologies

  • differentiate between the main mobile OS vendors and their products
  • differentiate between the main mobile device vendors and their products
  • differentiate between the main Telecommunications vendors and their products
  • differentiate between the main mobile app vendors and their products
  • describe mobile device new risks and threats

Deploying Mobile Technology

  • describe mobile email standards
  • describe proxy and gateway settings on various mobile OS
  • describe third party network operations center software for mobile devices, and the options for on-premises vs hosted
  • describe mobile push notifications technologies
  • describe the requirements and processes for creating in-house mobile apps
  • describe the types of mobile application and their characteristics

Practice: Managing Corporate Mobile Devices

  • describe corporate mobile device management

MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION

$129/month
 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION

$1295/year

Multi-license discounts available for Annual and Monthly subscriptions.