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Windows Phone 7: Managing Mobility

Enterprise Integration

Supporting smart phones in your organization can turn into an exercise in herding cats, but Windows Phone 7 was designed to be deployed, managed and secured as a mobile client.

Windows Phone 7: The Platform for a Mobile Workforce

The IT-friendly platform, built with business users in mind, is about to get better with new capabilities to integrate with Microsoft cloud platforms and services.

Windows Phone 7 Guides for IT Professionals

The Windows Phone 7 Guides for IT Professionals is a series of articles intended to help you evaluate how to integrate and support Windows Phone 7 in your organization.

TechNet Magazine: Enterprises Go with Windows Phone 7

Consolidating personal and professional functions into a single mobile device makes Windows Phone 7 a compelling platform.

How Microsoft Deployed Windows Phone to Employees

Cross-team collaboration, planning, and focused marketing were the keys to deploying and supporting Windows Phones successfully to permanent employees around the world.

MSDN Magazine: Windows Phone 7 Tombstoning
Compared to desktops, mobile devices have less memory, less processing power, limited screen real-estate and limited battery life. Windows Phone deals with this constraint through a feature called tombstoning.

Network World: Developers Find a Lot to Love in Windows Phone 7 Mango

A trio of Windows Phone software developers say Microsoft's Mango release is ripe and juicy for programmers, and brings new ease and power to mobile enterprise applications.

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"Mango" Ripe with IT Features
The upcoming Windows Phone codenamed “Mango”brings a wealth of newmanagement and productivity capabilities, including one of the most compelling applications: Office 365.

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