The apple iPhone and Google Android both boast over 100,000 apps available for their smartphone OS's. Compared to Microsoft's current 1,000+ apps provided, as promised on the day of release. However the number of apps may not be as appealing as the type of apps available and the smoothness and reliability of those apps both available and those built in to the OS. So far Microsoft covers the basic like Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, YouTube, The Weather Channel and many more, Microsoft is banking that this will be enough.
Microsoft shoots for quality over quantity on their Windows Phone 7 apps
This case study will highlight the opportunity for mobile and cloud technologies in the Public Sector—specifically for state, local and federal government agencies -where secure mobile application access can offer key productivity gains
The software-defined data center (SDDC) and new trends in cloud and virtualization bring increased agility, automation, and intelligent services and management to all areas of the data center. Businesses can now more easily manage the entire lifecycle of their applications and services via the SDDC. This Aberdeen analyst report examines how a strong foundation in both the cloud and internal data centers is empowering organizations to fully leverage their IT infrastructure and is also preparing them to be able …