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Contoso Encryption

Don’t forget to Encrypt your Windows Phone 7 Data

Whether you’re targeting Mobile Line of Business apps for the Enterprise or B2C apps for consumers, ensuring that sensitive data is encrypted is a must.  These days, I can’t have a serious discussion with a CIO unless I can assure

Windows Phone

Windows Phone 7 Series debuts at Barcelona!

The home screen, or Start, on Windows® Phone 7 Series can be customized with “live tiles” that show the latest updates from the Web directly to customers. For example, create a “live tile” of a friend and gain a readable,

MEAP Physical Diagram

Making Microsoft MEAP Real

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

Microsoft TechEd

Interview with Rob Tiffany at Tech Ed Europe

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

Windows Phone

The Windows Phones have arrived!

I’m pleased to announce that today we’re launching a new line of Windows® phones around the world that are available in a broad range of styles and prices. With a Windows phone, you can navigate easily with the touch of

The Hidden Message Queue on your Windows phone

The ability to be “offline” and “occasionally-connected” is a critical component of successful mobile apps. Wireless data networks lack complete coverage and exhibit a level of unreliability that immediately disqualify permanently-connected apps like you might see on a corporate LAN. 

What ever happened to RDA?

Who remembers using RDA Remote Data Access to synchronize data between SQL Server and SQL Server Compact?  I certainly do! Before I dove head first into the world of Merge Replication, I always used RDA to get my customers up

Windows CE Memory Map

MemMaker for the .NET Compact Framework

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