Mobility Program Management

$1,014.00

This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes six (6) intermediate courses that offer best practices supporting mobility program management.

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This AOTMP® University Training Bundle includes six (6) intermediate courses that offer best practices supporting mobility program management.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(MDM200) Mobile Device Management Business Practices
This interactive course on Mobile Device Management (MDM) business practices explores organizational concerns, required infrastructures, internal policies, your organization’s MDM success, and key stakeholders for implementing a MDM program.

(MDM300) Mobility Management Business Strategy
This interactive course on Mobile Device Management (MDM) business strategies will help you develop a business strategy for mobile device management and learn the best practices for implementing these strategies.

(MID) Managing IoT Devices in your Telecom Environment
As enterprises begin to leverage technology more fully into their telecom and IT departments, IoT devices are being integrated. The unique characteristics of these devices requires vigilance. It is important to ensure that these devices are secure, inventory is accurate and validated, and that services are billed correctly. This course will explain specific steps to manage IoT devices, describe risks, and provide best practices to mitigate gaps in standards of IoT devices.

(MME) Mobile Asset Management: End of Life
This course will provide the fundamentals of mobile asset management–end of life. This includes cell phones, laptops, tablets, iPads, etc. Learn foundational information for this final phase in the process to managing mobile devices.

(ITAD100) IT Asset Disposition: Fundamentals
An organization’s IT asset disposition policy asks, “How many working devices do I have and how many do I need to dispose?” With a focus on mobile devices, this course covers the benefits of an IT asset disposition program, the value proposition it offers, and the certifications which demonstrate sound policies. The value derived from decommissioned devices is discussed, but an emphasis is placed on risk mitigation and environmental protections. This course would not have been possible without the assistance of Cascade Asset Management. Their industry knowledge, and guidance, directly contributed to the success of this course.

(ITAD200) IT Asset Disposition: Requests for Proposal
A Request For Proposal (RFP) allows a service provider the opportunity to tell their story in a focused manner that is beneficial to the requestor. When trying to determine how to select a service provider, there are certain steps which need to be taken. This course provides an overview of Requests for Proposal, defines and illustrates the elements within an RFP, and assists the learner with preparing their own Request for Proposal. Although focused on selecting a provider of IT asset disposition services, the concepts contained in this lesson are applicable to other types of RFPs. Cascade Asset Management assisted with the development of this course. Their experience with IT Asset Disposition RFPs was invaluable and this course benefited from the lessons they have learned.

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