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Microsoft Targets Enterprise With Windows Phone 7

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 08-16-2010 Print
Google and Verizon are in on a net neutrality pact that could scare some CIOs. Plus, BlackBerry is offering the Torch, and Windows Phone 7 has the enterprise in its sights.

Microsoft general manager of investor relations Bill Koefoed says that Windows Phone 7, the company's follow-up to Windows Mobile, will boast several enterprise-friendly features. In his presentation at the Oppenheimer Annual Technology, Media, and Telecommunications Conference in Boston last Tuesday, Koefoed said the software will boast integration with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Exchange "that is, frankly, unparalleled" in the mobile market.


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