Microsoft as part of its Windows Phone 7â€™s Enterprise plan has released a series of guides for IT Professionals intended to help them evaluate how to integrate and support Windows Phone 7 in their organization.
Here is an overview of the guides published,
Windows Phone 7 brings together the information, applications, tools, and services needed to help your workforce accomplish what they most want to do, easier and faster. At home or on the go, people can use powerful solutions such as Microsoft Office Mobile and Microsoft SharePoint Server to stay up-to-date with colleagues and business associates. Microsoft Outlook Mobile also delivers easy access to email messages and calendars so people can respond quickly and efficiently. And with the intuitive user interface of Windows Phone 7, people can work more efficiently using gestures like tapping and pinching to select content and navigate on their phone. If you are an IT professional and your business users are asking for Windows Phone 7, this is a good place to start investigating what it takes to integrate and support the phone in your organization. This series of articles explores a variety of topics important to youâ€”from providing how-to guidance on integrating technologies that businesses already use while helping to support corporate security and management requirements, to providing insights into how Windows Phone 7 helps to create compelling applications for phone, web, and PC by using powerful and familiar development tools. Windows Phone 7 is a different kind of phone designed to bring together what people care about most â€“ easier and faster.
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Along with this, Microsoft has also released Guidance for building line of business applications on Windows Phone 7.
The guide includes the following topics:
- Prism for Windows Phone 7
- Reactive Extensions
- WCF Services on top of Windows Azure
- Push Notifications
- Camera & Voice
- Panorama , much more..