It should be no surprise that over 80% of enterprise handhelds shipped are running Windows Mobile or Windows Embedded Handheld.
CIOs are asking for help in confronting the tidal wave of mobile devices entering the enterprise. IT departments have raised the white flag as attempts to block consumer-focused smartphones and tablets have failed. The Consumerization of IT has been a
With the new version 4.0, the little-database-that-could has grown up into a powerful server database ready to take on the web.
Ten years ago, we created the Pocket PC and Compaq launched the iPAQ. This would become the most compelling Mobile Enterprise Application Platform of the last decade. In 2006 I created the Windows Mobile Line of Business Accelerator to help
After all the logical diagrams of Microsoft MEAP and spelling out how it meets Gartner’s critical capabilities, I thought I’d show you a picture that provides a more concrete view of what our MEAP offering looks like. Hopefully, this will
Check out the interview I did with David Goon at Tech Ed Europe 2009 in Berlin. I discuss Microsoft’s Mobile Enterprise Application Platform and talk about how it aligns with Gartner’s MEAP critical capabilities and how it can save money for companies.
Does everyone remember the good old days of DOS when we used to spend our time making more of the 640 KB memory space available for our drivers, programs, TSRs and even Windows? Things like QEMM, HIMEM.SYS and EMM386.EXE bring