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While we don't have a release date, Qantas had the opportunity to demonstrate a working prototype of their new Windows Phone 7 airline check-in app at this years Mix 11 conference in Vegas. That app will not only allow you to check-in to your flight reservations, but it will also allow the user to use location software that will provide the user with a projected trip time. You'll have to remember to NOT be in "flight mode".
Nothing for Android on the horizon, but Windows Phone 7 apparently is the target platform for Quantas
Virtual, Physical, and Cloud based servers. Each of the three has its own strengths and weaknesses. Each also introduces its own set of issues for data backup and recovery management, business service levels, and costs. Simplifying how data is stored, managed, backed up and recovered across these platforms can bring direct and rapid benefits, without limiting storage choices. It's time for a more rational approach. It's time for a unified solution.
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