ZDNet Australia took a few Windows Mobile bigshots in for an interview about Windows Mobile 5, enterprise usage and lifecycle of mobile devices.

Basically, the core points are:

  • Microsoft says that their internal lifecycle is now 2.5 years
  • Many customers demanded Windows Mobile 5 for 2003 devices; even where upgrading was technically impossible
  • Enterprise customers demand “in-action” updating without need to erase all data

Get the full scoop here:
http://www.zdnet.com.au/news/software/soa/Windows_Mobile_still_faces_issues_Microsoft/0,2000061733,39257430,00.htm

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