Windows Small Business Server (Windows SBS) 2008 and Windows Mobile extend your business to mobile devices

With Windows Small Business Server 2008 and Windows Mobile, "you can extend more of your business out to these powerful mobile devices. With additional off-the-shelf solutions, you can provide your sales database (CRM) out to mobile devices. You can also provide satellite navigation thatn't only allows you to find customer addresses more efficiently but also […]

With Windows Small Business Server 2008 and Windows Mobile, "you can extend more of your business out to these powerful mobile devices. With additional off-the-shelf solutions, you can provide your sales database (CRM) out to mobile devices. You can also provide satellite navigation thatn't only allows you to find customer addresses more efficiently but also allows you to track sales staff and communicate with them when they're mobile. You can add simple apps such as live traffic information that may seem trivial but can save time and get you to customer site on time. This'all in addition to being able to view Office documents on road, communicate by using instant messaging, and access web. SBS 2008 and Windows Mobile let you spend less time in office gathering information. You'll have more up to date information in front of a customer and look like a much larger company. You also promote image of an innovative, forward-looking company that uses tech for benefits of itself and its customers. Best of all, you just need a server running SBS 2008 (which comes with Exchange Server 2008 and Outlook), a Windows Mobile device (which comes with Pocket Outlook), and a mobile data connection from your existing mobile phone provider. Windows Mobile devices come with Internet access and can be easily enabled to connect to Windows SBS 2008, making you mobile instantly," noted Microsoft.

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