6 books A digitally connected world is where we live in today; no wonder why those electrifying Isaac Asimov tales have become a relic of the bygone age. The entire circuit connecting the digital world is now being energized by the mobile devices, making it an indispensable part of day to day human interaction - both business and personal. Going Mobile is a strategy every industry has to embrace today, no matter what their core domain is. With a multitude of mobile technologies and development centres in the market, the enterprises often go baffled on what to choose. Being in the app industry serving verticals of all kind, at Cabot we have seen many confused faces when asked about the platforms or technologies. Here is a list of books that can help industries of any domain with an array of app development insights. [fullwidth backgroundcolor="" backgroundimage="" backgroundrepeat="no-repeat" backgroundposition="top left" backgroundattachment="scroll" bordersize="0px" bordercolor="" paddingTop="0px" paddingBottom="0"] 1. The Everything Guide to Mobile Apps: A Practical Guide to Affordable Mobile App Development for Your Business by Peggy Anne Salz [/fullwidth] [one_third last="no"]Everything-Guide-to-Mobile-Apps[/one_third] [two_third last="yes"] Written by Peggy Anne Salz, the book can be of great help to entrepreneurs who are trying to build affordable applications for their industries. The author thinks presumably form a business owner's perspective and provides insights about the various strategies that need to be adopted while approaching a developer. The book can be a comprehensive guide for mobile app development and can provide useful solutions to businesses involved in non IT domains. The author's expertise in the mobility field is the very major contributing factor that makes the book a bestseller.   [/two_third] [fullwidth backgroundcolor="" backgroundimage="" backgroundrepeat="no-repeat" backgroundposition="top left" backgroundattachment="scroll" bordersize="0px" bordercolor="" paddingTop="0px" paddingBottom="0"] 2. Architecting Mobile Solutions for the Enterprise by Dino Esposito [/fullwidth] [one_third last="no"] Architecting-Mobile-Solutions-for-the-Enterprise [/one_third] [two_third last="yes"] Considered as a masterpiece work of Dino Esposito, a web development luminary and author of several technical books, the book is a complete guide for enterprises to devise a proper mobile strategy. The book provides the reader insights about the architecture, implementation as well as platform specifications. While the book addresses the mobile development process holistically, it is recommended for intermediate level users with a basic idea about building mobile solutions.   [/two_third]   [fullwidth backgroundcolor="" backgroundimage="" backgroundrepeat="no-repeat" backgroundposition="top left" backgroundattachment="scroll" bordersize="0px" bordercolor="" paddingTop="0px" paddingBottom="0"] 3. How to Help Enterprises Going Mobile by Michael Mordhorst [/fullwidth] [one_third last="no"] How-to-Help-Enterprises-Going-Mobile [/one_third] [two_third last="yes"] This book from Michael Mordhorst is an attempt to bridge the gap between businesses and IT. The author Michael Mordhorst has taken a different approach wherein he tries to provide technology insights to the reader in a simple manner. Further, the author also gives recommendations for the readers regarding the factors they need to consider while choosing to go for mobile application. The book addresses key issues in the development from economic, social and technical perspectives.   [/two_third] [fullwidth backgroundcolor="" backgroundimage="" backgroundrepeat="no-repeat" backgroundposition="top left" backgroundattachment="scroll" bordersize="0px" bordercolor="" paddingTop="0px" paddingBottom="0"] 4. Enterprise mobile - tips and tricks by Adam Sivell [/fullwidth] [one_third last="no"] Enterprise-mobile-tips-and-tricks [/one_third] [two_third last="yes"] The book provides every information that an industry needs to know while embarking a mobile project. The information is crisp and addresses every single process involved in the development, right from the requirement analysis to the testing and deployment. The book also offers insights about the right tool selection required for each project phase. The author has specifically tried to address the business audience by covering topics such as BYOD and MDM in the book.     [/two_third] [fullwidth backgroundcolor="" backgroundimage="" backgroundrepeat="no-repeat" backgroundposition="top left" backgroundattachment="scroll" bordersize="0px" bordercolor="" paddingTop="0px" paddingBottom="0"] 5. Mobile Commerce Application Development by Lei-da Chen & Gordon W. Skelton [/fullwidth] [one_third last="no"] .Mobile-Commerce-Application-Development [/one_third] [two_third last="yes"] Co-authored by two veterans in the field of business intelligence, the book focusses more on the commercial aspect of the application. The book can be regarded as an instructional resource to help self learning through clearly defined objectives, illustrations and real world scenarios. The book provides an essential preparatory module to any industry that ventures into mobile commerce. While the book might be a little disappointing for a tech guy, it is highly recommended to those first time investors in the mobile market.   [/two_third]   [fullwidth backgroundcolor="" backgroundimage="" backgroundrepeat="no-repeat" backgroundposition="top left" backgroundattachment="scroll" bordersize="0px" bordercolor="" paddingTop="0px" paddingBottom="0"] 6. Enterprise Guide to Gaining Business Value from Mobile Technologies by Adam Kornak , Jorn Teutloff & Michael Welin-Berger [/fullwidth] [one_third last="no"] Enterprise-Guide-to-Gaining-Business-Value-from-Mobile-Technologies [/one_third] [two_third last="yes"] Unlike the other books in the list, this book is intended to provide enterprises with a clear cut understanding about the various procedures that are to be undertaken while adopting a mobile policy.Concentrating more on the post development phase, the book provides guidelines for integrating the application into the organization. Further, it provides useful tips for the industries on revenue generation and reduction of operational expenses. However, if you are trying to understand the technicalities of the mobile application development, the book might fail to meet your expectations to the fullest.   [/two_third]   [tagline_box backgroundcolor="" shadow="no" border="1px" bordercolor="" highlightposition="right, left, top or bottom" link="https://www.cabotsolutions.com/social/" linktarget="" button="Get Social" title="We capture all the happenings in the technology world. Stay updated !" description="Subscribe to our Newsletter or follow us on Social ! "][/tagline_box] It is for sure that devising the right mobile strategy is essential for any enterprise to reap success out of applications. These books can be a great help to all those industries trying to enter into the mobile domain. But in case you are running out of time, then a synopsis like this might be what you are looking for.

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