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A Microsoft Windows Mobile powered device is already one of your most effective tools for communicating. But things change quickly, and you want your e-mail and calendar to be just a heartbeat away. Two powerful new tools let you react immediately and work effectively—with nothing more than your Smartphone and Microsoft Exchange Server on the other end of the line.
You want it when?
Avoid the wait. Direct Push technology can be used on some devices to keep your e-mail, Calendar, and Tasks, continuously synchronized.
Do you know where your device is?
No need to panic, security protection features help protect your data, even if a company device strays. The latest Messaging and Security Feature Pack, available with select devices, includes enhanced security features to help you keep data more secure even if you lose track of key devices.
Pam Pre is fully supported:
How to Configure
Get improved e-mail messaging with Outlook Mobile and Microsoft Exchange Server. With a recognizable set of Outlook tools, including Calendar, Tasks, and Contacts, you’ll always have the information you need at your fingertips.
Receive e-mail in real time
Direct Push technology, available with Exchange Server 2007 SP 2 and the Messaging and Security Feature Pack, offers your team near instant e-mail delivery with almost no latency. Even if they’re out of the office, they can stay connected and be more responsive.
Windows Mobile Direct Push technology
Windows Mobile Direct Push technology takes messaging to the next level by adding instant delivery. The Direct Push technology in MSFP means that Exchange Server sends Outlook messaging directly to your device over the air (OTA) through your wireless account. Like your desktop computer or laptop, your Smartphone can offer quick e-mail flow and easy access to your calendar and tasks.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
Exchange Server 2007 helps increase worker productivity, while helping organizations reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO) in areas such as server and site consolidation. In addition, Exchange Server 2003 provides many new features and enhancements to improve reliability, manageability, and security.
Windows Mobile E-mail Solutions
For organizations with mobile information workers, Windows Mobile powered solutions provide mobile access to e-mail, Contacts, and Calendar, and Tasks. This increases employee productivity and responsiveness. Windows Mobile powered solutions help you move your business forward.
Messaging and Security Feature Pack
The Messaging and Security Feature Pack, together with Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2, offers improved mobile e-mail capabilities, larger storage in Standard Edition, better protection from spam, and enhanced security features.
Mobile solutions, which tie mobile handheld devices to corporate email and application servers, allow mobile workers to be more responsive, stay collaboratively informed, and leverage corporate data with greater flexibility than what is possible with desktop and notebook PCs. IDC conducted case studies with six companies that have implemented Microsoft's server powered, mobile messaging solution and quantified the productivity returns to end users, as well as the efficiencies and cost savings to IT departments. In this study of companies that have implemented Microsoft's server powered, mobile messaging solutions, IDC found the following direct benefits:
While the study focused on tangible benefits, more obscure benefits were also identified. Practical experience with mobile and wireless technologies can ignite ideas for how mobility can bring new levels of agility to the processes and operations that drive a company. In many cases, these ideas that came from using mobile technology were valued as much as the anticipated returns from the investment.
Tangible benefits of server powered mobile messaging solutions came in the form of:
Companies looking to provide a more convenient connectivity method for their mobile workforces and take control/manage the proliferation of mobile devices in their organization should consider sever powered mobile solutions.