Microsoft Windows Phone 7, Is Microsoft turning the other cheek to the Enterprise?

Microsoft appears to be making a bet that their efforts to win over the hearts and minds of the consumer with the release of their new mobile OS, Windows Phone 7 will translate into big bucks. Does this leave the enterprise logistics, health-care and government in the dark?

Consumers over the Enterprise, Microsoft goes for broke

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