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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Deploying of miscellaneous mobile services in universities is very popular topic. Conducted analysis of mobile services available in world universities proves their diversity and independence between each other. There is still no experience in developing complex of mobile services based on unified technology for such type of organizations. The article reviews a structured list of mobile services based on the analysis of services currently in use as well as introduces new specific services which can be implemented only based on mobile devices management (MDM) system usage. The article contains qualitative assessment of services relevance among three focus groups (students, teachers and administrative staff). Proposed is a complex of mobile services for higher education .

Keywords :

: mobile services, BYOD, Mobile Device Management .

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