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Microsoft Solutions for Small & Medium Business: Small IT Solution for Mobility
Posted on 11-Mar-2005 20:07 by M Freitas | Tags Filed under: Blog



This is a download I've found while looking for more information on mobility solutions applied to businesses. Microsoft has published a guide that provides essential information on planning, building, deploying, and operating Windows Mobile 2003 software solutions.

Microsoft has published a series of documents for partners' use that are of interest to any IT professional planning to deploy network services for small and medium sized businesses. As part of the series of articles, the Microsoft Solutions for Small & Medium Business: Small IT Solution for Mobility (download requires free Passport registration) provides "essential information on planning, building, deploying, and operating Windows Mobile 2003 software solutions."

The guide helps Microsoft partners plan and deploy a mobility solution for small business customers. The Small IT Solution for Mobility infrastructure is built using the Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 components of Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003. The mobile devices used in the Small IT Solution for Mobility include Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphone.

The documents are written for professionals with technical background, so don't go applying the concepts and solutions without knowing your business needs first. Actually the guide is only part of a series, that include Small IT Solution, a template for solutions that scale to up to 50 users, and Medium IT Solution, designed for businesses with up to 250 users. More information can be found on Microsoft Solutions for Small and Medium Business website.

According to the document, the scope is to provide guidance "[on creating] an end-to-end solution built for Windows Mobile-based Smartphone and Pocket PC (Phone Edition) devices running Windows Mobile 2003; Choices and design decisions for deploying a mobility solution; guidance that is lab tested and customer verified."

That's it. If you need to learn a little bit more about mobility solutions and how to use the Windows Mobile platform to implement a mobile framework, this download is a gem. Shame that it comes as a MSI (Microsoft Installer) file, It should be a ZIP file. And be warned: it will not create any shortcuts, so go looking for the files on the folder used for installation.







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