Marcus Perryman over at Microsoft has written about how Windows Mobile 6.5 impliments touch and gestures.
A quick guide to the OCS clients available for Windows, Apple Mac, iPhone, Java phones (Nokia, Motorola) and Blackberry
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.
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?
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