Join Microsoft on 4 June, 10am UK time for a live summit on the company’s enterprise mobility strategy. In this virtual event, Microsoft will discuss mobile devices and the role they will play in the company’s “mobile first, cloud first” technology positioning. When it comes to mobile devices, Microsoft is a challenger behind …
Ooooo enterprise functionality! Does this mean I can remove the Xbox Live integration from Windows Phone?
Don't bother. I still don't want one.
It's probably that Cortana can read your emails (while seeding "anonymous" "statistics" to MS).
No, you need the Xbox and music stuff!
It will now be easier* for a WinPhone end user to setup exchange email then Android users.
* As long as you upgrade to the latest version of Exchange server running on Windows 2012R2 or switch to Office 365.
You don't want one? You really don't want one?
Oh well, pack up your stuff, everyone. Major Ebaneezer Wanktrollop doesn't want one so there's no point.
Sarcasm-free version - since when did anyone care what you want?
20% UK enterprise market share before 8.1 is even released says that lots of people do want them...
"It's probably that Cortana can read your emails (while seeding "anonymous" "statistics" to MS)."
That sounds more like what The Borg does with Android than anything from Microsoft!
Re: Enterprise functionallity
"* As long as you upgrade to the latest version of Exchange server running on Windows 2012R2 or switch to Office 365."
Windows Phone works just fine with any current version of Exchange - no need to upgrade at all.
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