New Windows Mobile Security White Paper

A new paper has been published today that does a great job of looking at mobile security across the board: Identifying risks Security practices Authentication Encrypted data and connectivity Security management processes (device replacement, configuration management, virus protection, tec) Partner products to complement Windows Mobile security http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/business/strategy/security.mspx

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How to support 45,000+ mobile users?

In case you haven’t bookmarked Mr. Mobile’s blog already, he just posted about his presentation on Microsoft’s Mobile deployment being available as a video. Learn how Microsoft manages over 45,000 Windows Mobile users. It is a great story about scalability of Exchange and WIndows Mobile.  

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NFL fans – new Cowboys Stadium – it is TEXAS Big

Take a look – http://stadium.dallascowboys.com/ the entire Statue of Liberty will fit inside the stadium – with the roof closed! It will have seating capacity for 80,000 and a mamooth-sized TV.

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Game Console sales

NPD, which is one of the most respected retail sales analysts, just reported US sales for video game consoles The PS3 was the big suprise at under 200,000 units. Wii was the more successful launch at 476,000 units. Over 500,000 XBox 360s were sold. True, the Wii and the PS3 were launched by the middle…

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Steve Ballmer on Windows Mobile

Jason Langridge has a post about a recent Steve Ballmer inteview on Vista where he touches on Windows Mobile. Check it out – I mean Jason’t blog, which is awesome. There is pretty good stuff in the interview too, this is my favorite quote “The truth of the matter is we actually outsell BlackBerry many factors…

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Windows Mobile and BlackBerry security

There are a lot of misconceptions about security in WIndows Mobile and BalckBerry. I recently posted about an article on eWeek with a lot of inacurracies on the subject. Later, eWeek published an article to help get the record straight. I will start by saying that WIndows Mobile security is not perfect. In fact no security…

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Encoding your videos to play on a mobile device

  This is one of many very cool technologies that Microsoft offers (for free!) yet is kind of a well-kept secret. I have talked with lots of people who want to encode videos to play on a mobile device. Say you got a 20Mb video file (MPEG, AVI or WMV) that you want to stoe…

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