Mobility Webcasts for June

 Windows Mobile Solutions: Increase revenue and reduce costs

Live and on-demand webcasts available now

The ability to collaborate and communicate while remaining highly mobile can be the key to business success and reduced costs. Tune in and learn how the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform, which includes the Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition, and Smartphone, delivers the technology your company needs to be agile.


Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Secure and Scalable Messaging with Windows Mobile 5.0

Tuesday, June 21, 2005 – 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Pacific Time

Joanna Demirian, Senior Marketing Manager

Weihun Liew, Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation

E-mail is the primary communication source for many organizations. This can present an impediment to mobile users if they do not have ready access to their Inbox.  Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 are key components of the secure and scalable Microsoft messaging solution for the mobile workforce. In this webcast, learn how Windows Mobile 5.0 and Exchange 2003 enable your employees to be more productive with the power of mobile e-mail on Microsoft Windows Mobile-based devices.

Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Multithreaded Applications for Windows Mobile Devices

Tuesday, June 28, 2005 – 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Pacific Time

Maarten Struys, MVP, PTS Software

Find out what a multithreaded application is and more importantly how end-users can benefit from the better responsiveness of multithreaded applications. Join this webcast where we’ll discuss the basics of multithreading in a Microsoft Windows Mobile context.  We will cover the development tools that are needed and a list of best practices for creating great multithreaded applications.


MSDN Webcast: Maximizing Code Reuse for Pocket PC and Smartphone Applications (Level 300)

Wednesday, June 15, 2005 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time

Martin Schray, Academic Developer Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation

The Microsoft .NET Compact Framework allows developers to build mobile applications for Microsoft Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs and Smartphones. Given the growing popularity of these devices it is highly likely your application will eventually target both Pocket PC and Smartphone devices. So, join us and find out what you need to know. This webcast will focus on some of the techniques that can be used to maximize code reuse for applications that target both Pocket PCs and Smartphones.

MSDN Webcast: Implementing Security for Mobile Device Solutions (Level 200)

Monday, June 20, 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.

Microsoft Small Business Webcast: Mobility and the Tablet PC (Level 100)

Wednesday, June 29, 2005 – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time

Carl Preston, Business Development Manager, Microsoft

The Tablet PC is has the performance and capabilities of today’s notebook PCs, but with more options for greater mobility. The Tablet PC is the ideal solution for people who are on the move, whether you are on your way to an appointment, at a customer location, or in your office.  Join this webcast presentation to see how the Tablet PC can keep you connected in and out of the office. Whether you are a Tablet PC user already or not, join us to learn more!