Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Driving Field Force Productivity with Line of Business Solutions on the Windows Mobile Platform
Tuesday, May 10, 2005 – 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM Pacific Time
Jason Warren, Technical Product Manager, Microsoft
Organizations of all sizes typically have workers in the field meeting customers, partners, and suppliers. Critical customer, partner and product information, however, isn’t usually readily available to employees in the field. Mobile solutions which extend corporate data to the field can enable your mobile employees to be more productive, lower operating costs, and drive your business forward. In this session we’ll examine the business value of extending line of business solutions to mobile employees on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform. We will also discuss practical examples of where mobile solutions can help drive productivity.
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Driving Field Service and Engineering Productivity with Line of Business Solutions on the Windows Mobile Platform
Tuesday, May 17, 2005 – 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Dan Arildson, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft
Are your field service and engineering teams being asked to increase customer satisfaction and increase utilization and productivity? Mobile Field Force solutions based on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform can help drive customer satisfaction and productivity by providing the right customer and work order information where and when it is needed. In this webcast we’ll examine the areas where mobile field force solutions can offer real business value, and the options for extending your corporate data to your mobile field service and engineering teams.
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Driving Field Sales Productivity with Line of Business Solutions on the Windows Mobile Platform
Tuesday, May 24, 2005 – 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM Pacific Time
Jason Warren, Technical Product Manager, Microsoft
Is your field sales force chartered with growing the business in an increasingly competitive environment, as well as holding the line on operating costs? Mobile Sales Force Automation solutions based on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform can help increase your sales team’s productivity, and arm them with critical information where they need it the most – in the field. In this webcast we will examine the areas where mobile sales solutions can offer real business value, and the options for extending your corporate data to your mobile sales teams.
Wednesday, May 04, 2005 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Ivo Salmre, Lead Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation
Thanks to common programming languages, tools and runtimes, most desktop and Web application developers have the core skills necessary to extend existing solutions to mobile devices or create brand new solutions-all they need is the ability to “think and code mobile”. This webcast discusses the essential design and engineering concepts necessary for writing mobile code. Learn what is unique and different about mobile devices, and what is important for Microsoft Visual Basic and Visual C# desktop and Web developers to understand when making the leap to mobile device programming. Understand the key elements necessary for building mobile applications, as well as some of the innovations to look for in the near and mid-term future.
Monday, May 09, 2005 – 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Joe Stagner, Developer Community Champion, Microsoft
Are you dealing with security issues and concerns with your Microsoft Windows Mobile-based solutions? This webcast will describe the various the security considerations for building mobile software solutions and the tools, technologies and strategies available to the mobile developer. Both traditional applications accessed through mobile devices and solutions designed specifically for mobile use can be affected. You will learn how to use the security features of the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework in conjunction with Microsoft Windows Mobile-based PocketPC and Smartphone capabilities to provide more secure file storage and data access. During this 90-minute webcast we will also cover how to protect mobile device communications with your application servers.
MSDN Webcast: Location-Based Services and Windows Mobile (Level 200)
Wednesday, May 25, 2005 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Steve Milroy, Microsoft Regional Director, Connected Innovation
Learn why Location-Based Services (LBS) is one of the hottest areas of Microsoft Windows Mobile device development. LBS solutions allow access to relevant content and services based on the user’s location, including maps, points of interest, driving directions, and enterprise scenarios. This webcast reviews some of the latest LBS enterprise solutions and explores GPS options, mapping solutions, and Windows Mobile configurations.
Microsoft Small Business Webcast: Windows XP Mobility Solutions (Part 1 of 3): Remote Desktop (Level 100)
Friday, May 06, 2005 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Carl Preston, Business Development Manager, Microsoft
Greg Randall, Business Development Manager, Microsoft
Let’s talk about mobility. In this webcast we will show you how you can enable Remote Desktop so you can work from any computer as if you were actually in front of your own PC! Get as much work done on the road as you can in the office. Join us and find out how to use the mobility features of Microsoft Windows XP Professional.