Enterprise Mobility Solutions


To explore the emerging theme of enterprise mobility solutions. the nature of these solutions, how they can be integrated with the organization strategy and business processes, the possible adoption roadmap according to the maturity of the organization’s IT, as well as new trends such as mobile cloud computing.

General characterization





Responsible teacher

Henrique José de Jesus Carreiro


Weekly - Available soon

Total - Available soon

Teaching language

Portuguese. If there are Erasmus students, classes will be taught in English




Nicol, Dirk, Mobile Strategy: How Your Company Can Win by Embracing Mobile Technologies, Pearson, (2013); Stallings, William, and Lawrie Brown, Computer security: Principles and Practice, 3/E, Pearson, (2015); Kavis, M., Architecting the Cloud: Design Decisions for Cloud Computing Service Models (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS), Wiley, 2014; Marinescu, D., Cloud Computing: Theory and Practice, Elsevier, 2013; 0

Teaching method

Theoretical classes complemented with practical applications, case studies  and simulation works. Team projects will provide a practical application of the concepts and techniques studied in the course.

Evaluation method

Two presentations of application cases per group (40%), and exam (60%).
Application cases ­ In­chapter cases highlight real­world problems encountered by organizations as they develop and implement MES. Questions follow each case to help direct students' attention to the implications of the case material. Each group will make two presentations (15 minutes per presentation).

Subject matter

  1. Introducing the Mobile Enterprise: provides an introduction to the overall mobile landscape and the implications when developing a mobile strategy.

    1. Mobile Landscape

    2. The Disruption of Smartphones and Tablets

    3. Implications of the Consumerization of IT

    4. BYOD: Bring Your Own Device to Work

  2. The Mobile Framework: defines an overall framework for defining a comprehensive mobile strategy.

    1. Mobile App Becomes the Fundamental Value Delivery Vehicle