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Windows Mobile User Group - Wellington: meeting 7 October 2004
Posted on 24-Sep-2004 17:56 | Tags Filed under: News


Windows Mobile User Group - Wellington: meeting 7 October 2004
We have now details about the next meeting of our Windows Mobile User Group - Wellington. You can click here to add this event to your calendar. Please remember to register and confirm your presence!

Date: Thursday 07 October 2004

Time: 6pm (until around 8pm)

Where:
Unisys New Zealand
Unisys House
Level 15, 56 The Terrace
Wellington

Agenda:
Agenda:
6:00 Welcome
6:05 Mauricio Freitas (Geekzone). Alternative always on e-mail solutions for home and work
6:35 Darryl Burling. Blackberry vs Exchange ActiveSync & Windows Mobile
7:00 Chris Auld: Notes from the field
7:20 Q & A, Prize Draw, Drinks & Nibbles
8:30 Finish (approx).

Mauricio Freitas, Managing Editor of Geekzone and Microsoft MVP - Mobile devices will be discussing alternative always on email solutions for Windows Mobile devices. These solutions are accessible to all and suitable for personal use as well as organizations of all sizes.

Darryl Burling, Senior Technology Consultant for Gen-i and Microsoft MVP - Mobile devices will present a comparison between the blackberry enterprise server and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync with Windows Mobile 2003 devices. This session is targeted at organizations looking for business reasoning for selecting one of these two solutions.

Chris Auld, managing Director of mobile application specialists Kognition Consulting and Windows Mobile MVP, will present some hard won insights for companies deploying enterprise Windows Mobile Applications into the field. Topics to be covered will include Deployment, Hardware Configuration, Application Updating and Services Oriented Architecture in Mobile Applications. This will be a short presentation with the floor open afterwards for all your challenging questions.


Giveaways:
Geekzone is offering an HP iPAQ hx3400 Pocket PC, and we have 3 copies of Symantec Antivirus for Handhelds.

A big thanks to our sponsors: Geekzone, Gen-i, Unisys, Symantec

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