April 23, 2014

Windows Phone 8.1 in the Enterprise


When Windows Phone 8 was first launched, its support for Microsoft business productivity tools made it an attractive option for business users; however, it did not meet the stringent policies some enterprises required to protect corporate data and resources. The release of Windows Phone 8.1 changes the game. This report explains how the Enterprise Feature Pack (included as a core component of Windows Phone 8.1) can combine with an enterprise mobility management platform--and make it easier for enterprises to adopt the Windows Phone platform.

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    Looking to add to our Lync Server 2013 package with Windows mobile.

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