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There have been speculations as to whether Microsoft will remain an important
player in the mobile phone market with their Windows Mobile operating system.
Numerous news articles and blog posts have “declared” the imminent death
of Windows Mobile. This article lists a few reasons why these speculations
might not eventually turn out to be true.
It is generally agreed that Windows Mobile has problems. We can compare it to
Windows Vista which was not accepted very well by the market. Microsoft came
back with Windows 7 which has turned out to be successful even after
Vista’s debacle. They have learned from the problems and fixed them in
Windows 7. Though the desktop and mobile platforms belong to different
worlds, we must recognize the approach Microsoft took. The point is;
Microsoft can certainly fix what is currently broken in Windows Mob... (more)
Traditionally mobile device managament has been done using On-Premise
solutions. Recently there has been a shift in how companies especially small
and medium sized ones manage their mobile device population.
Following are a few advantages of using a cloud-based mobile device
management solution instead of an On-Premise solution:
Zero Setup time: Since the solution is available on the cloud there would be
no or a little setup time requirements. And most of the initial setup will be
done by the service provider. Zero setup cost: IT departments are always
under budget constraints. A... (more)
So you deployed your brand-new ASP.NET web application to Azure cloud. All
seems to be working perfectly until a user tried to upload large amount of
data (approx. over 30MB) through your application UI. Unfortunately the
operation failed. Surprisingly small file uploads works just fine.
To fix the problem you need to ensure that the following configuration is
made in the web.config file.
Here value of maxRequestLength is in KB so that makes it 100MB. Having a
bigger executionTimeOut value ensures that the file uplo... (more)
“Bring your own device” (BYOD) is a new trend whereby companies allow
their employees to bring their mobile devices (smartphones or tablets) to
work and allow them to be used for business purposes and to access the
company network and data. It’s a part of consumerization-of-IT wave that
has started to gain serious traction in the last two years. A recent survey
has all the numbers.
Employees are more comfortable in using the device of their choice. They
don’t have to use two devices anymore, one for personal and one for
business work. With a BYOD program in place,... (more)
Many enterprises provide mobile devices(tablets and smartphones) to their
employees for running web-based mobile apps. However, with the increased
availability of online content such as games, music/movies and social
networking sites, providing complete web access can distract the users
leading to decreased productivity as well as it can pose a threat to
enterprise's security as well. Providing restricted internet access to
employees can be quite a task. However, SureFox makes it very easy for the
device administrators to configure the Allowed Websites on Android tablets
and sm... (more)