Tag Archives: Windows Mobile

Windows Mobile 6.5 Touch Gestures

Marcus Perryman over at Microsoft has written about how Windows Mobile 6.5 impliments touch and gestures. Read More…

Clients for Office Communications Server

A quick guide to the OCS clients available for Windows, Apple Mac, iPhone, Java phones (Nokia, Motorola) and Blackberry Read More…

Smartphone and iPhone polices in Exchange

I’ve had a few conversations over the past few weeks about managing mobile devices like smartphones and iPhones. Many companies now have a lot of phones and PDA’s being used to access email, calendars and contacts. Now I think this is great news, having consistent access to my calendar and contacts from all my phones is fantastic. From a company perspective though it can pose some challenges. Read More…

‘What will be the most widely adopted Enterprise Mobile Device in 2009?’

Over on LinkedIn there’s a Poll asking the question ‘What will be the widestly adopted Enterprise Mobile Device in 2009?’. Although not that scientific (there’s no accounting for whether the respondents are actually in a position to influence the matter) it does pose some interesting questions, for example is the iPhone ready for widespread enterprise adoption? Read More…

Office Communications Server client for iPhone

There are a number of clients available for Office Communications Server OCS, including Messenger for Mac. Now WebMessenger has a solution to provide OCS access to iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Symian and Palm Read More…