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Windows Mobile Security at Tech Ed New Zealand 2007

, posted: 14-Aug-2007 11:00

This is really interesting: Yesterday's "What' new on Windows Mobile 6" session was full... But today's session "Windows Mobile 6 Security" by Steve Rilley is full. And I mean it. There are about 300 people on this room right now, with about 30 people standing up on the sides (including myself). Very interesting information about the new Recovery Password feature on Windows Mobile 6 when used with an Exchange Serverr 2007. Another interesting thing: Steve asked how many people used a work supplied phone and about 95% raised their hands. Seriously. Unbelievablle. This session shows all the interest mobility is attracting.

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Comment by JamesHip, on 14-Aug-2007 11:47

But does "work supplied" mean "work pays for the calls"?  My company supplied me a shiny new phone, but I gotta pay the bills.  Is this unusual?


Comment by JamesHip, on 14-Aug-2007 11:47

Steve Riley was awesome in 2005.  I'm really missing not being there this year.


Comment by freitasm, on 14-Aug-2007 11:56

It is not as much as phone calls are regarded, but really about accessing corporate information from the device and managing it. So who pays for the calls is not the case really.


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