Can Windows Phone 7 live in the business enterprise?

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Microsoft announced the new smartphone platform over 8 months ago and the new OS certainly offers strong competition to the currently available smartphone OS's like Apple iPhone and Google Android. But at the end of the day Windows Phone 7 is not going to be an acceptable enterprise smartphone solution in its current form.

The new smartphone OS certainly offers a host of new apps, but will they work for big business?

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