My window to the world


How Microsoft manages 40,000 users with Exchange 2003 and Windows Mobile

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 14-Dec-2006 10:47

This is a video many CIO and IT managers on companies planning to deploy mobility services should watch.

The presentation "How Can you Deliver Mobile E-mail to over 40,000 Users with Exchange 2003 and Windows Mobile Devices?" was delivered by Jason Langridge during the IT Forum in Barcelona in November 2006. 

The recorded session is now available on-line here, and according to Jason's own words:

The session focusses on both the technical, operational and commercial challenges you may face in deploying large volumes of Windows Mobile devices.


It also covers some of Microsoft's own experiences as the #1 Mobile Messaging user worldwide with around 46,000 users now connecting a Windows Mobile device!










Other related posts:
Windows Phone and Android apps screen comparison
Windows Phone 8 Portico update: at last here in New Zealand
Windows Phone updates, again






comments powered by Disqus

freitasm's profile

Mauricio Freitas
Wellington
New Zealand


I live in New Zealand and my interests include mobile devices, good books, movies and food of course! 

I'm the Geekzone admin. On Geekzone we publish news, reviews and articles on technology topics. The site also has some busy forums.

Subscribe now to my blog RSS feed or the Geekzone RSS feed.

If you want to contact me, please use this page or email me freitasm@geekzone.co.nz. Note this email is not for technical support. I don't give technical support. You can use our Geekzone Forums for community discussions on technical issues.

Here's is my full disclosure post.

A couple of blog posts you should read:

Social networks presence

View Mauricio Freitas's profile on LinkedIn


My Blog by tags...

Blog...
Entrepreneurship...
Media...
Personal...
State of Browsers...
Technology...
Viral Marketing...
Web Performance Optimization...
Windows...
Windows Phone...

Other recent posts in my blog

Microsoft Ignite New Zealand, ...
If the headlines indicate the ...
Geekzone data analytics with P...
State of browsers Geekzone Mar...
2Cheap Cars discussion...
Now with more fibre...
Unlimited is not unlimited: Vo...
How bad is Vodafone cable at t...
Frustrated with Microsoft Fami...
State of browsers Geekzone Mar...

New posts on Geekzone