Upcoming Webinar – Learn about Microsoft’s solutions for Enterprise Vertical Devices, Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded CE


The Windows Embedded and Windows Mobile teams have finalized the transition of the enterprise vertical device business to Windows Embedded.  Microsoft is committed to this market and with this transition will have one organization focusing on the enterprise mobile device category to meet the needs of our customers and partners. The Windows Embedded team is currently working through a phased transition process to engage key customers and partners and to define the product roadmap for enterprise mobile devices.


Please join Microsoft and Bsquare to learn about Microsoft’s solutions for Enterprise Vertical Devices, Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded CE, and the roadmap for innovation on these platforms.


In the LiveMeeting, we’ll cover the following:



  • Key features in Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded CE for Enterprise Vertical Devices

  • Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to the Enterprise Vertical Device space

  • The roadmap for innovation from Microsoft

  • Bsquare’s role and next steps

Who Should Attend


Anyone who is interested in learning about Microsoft’s roadmap for Enterprise Mobile Device solutions including technical decision makers, product managers and purchasing managers.


Please feel free to forward this invitation to others in your company who may benefit.


Details


March 11, 2010


Two sessions:



  • 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM, USA Pacific Standard Time

  • 17:30-18:30, USA Pacific Standard Time

To join the meeting, please use the link below



Thanks


John O’Donnell

Comments (2)

  1. jodonnell says:

    Sorry for the inconvenience.  This session / webcast has been postponed.  Microsoft is in the process of finalizing the plan for this segment and wants to provide an update when the plan is finalized.  Look for an update from the Windows Embedded Business with further details.

  2. jodonnell says:

    Sorry for the inconvenience.  This session / webcast has been postponed.  Microsoft is in the process of finalizing the plan for this segment and wants to provide an update when the plan is finalized.  Look for an update from the Windows Embedded Business with further details.

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