Released earlier this year in November, Microsoft Windows Phone 7 gives users a new take on mobile and smartphone computing as compared to the previous version of Microsoft's mobile platform. With many new features, a sense of elegance, much easier navigation and all this created with the end-user at the forefront. With the "tiles" like home screen, each tile takes the user to different applications and features. These tiles are the key user interface component of Windows Phone 7, and clearly differentiate it from the iPhone and Android experience.
Windows Phone 7 gives users a fresh new take on mobile computing
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Not long ago, the biggest concern when considering moving workloads to the cloud was security. Today, the main obstacle to cloud adoption is different but familiar: the pain of migrating data. But, migrating data doesn't have to be painful. Purpose-built tools enable efficient data migration without downtime or the risks for data loss. This eBook summarizes the major pain points for IT pros tasked with performing migrations, breaks down the flaws in traditional approaches, and illustrates how modern tools help …