Microsoft made available a new guide entitle “Securing Your Windows Phone Get Started,” providing information on securing your Windows Phone.
“Windows Phones are powerful tools that enable you to work remotely by synchronizing to your corporate email and the corporate network. More and more employees work remotely and use Windows Phones and other mobile devices. However, protecting them is a challenge, because they are small and easily lost or stolen. This guide provides information on securing your Windows Phone,” Microsoft stated.
You can download the guide from the Microsoft Download Center.
In other Windows Phone news, it now appears that Microsoft is internally testing Windows Phone 8. “The Windows Phone 7 app I’m a WP7! has now registered someone using the software on a phone that has Windows Phone 8 “Apollo” build 8.0.9662.0 installed,” WPCentral reports.
“It’s running from an Emulator, doesn’t appear to be spoofed, is using the default Emulator location, and the Time Zone Offset lines up with Pacific Coast…,” said the app’s creator Scott Peterson. All of that would seem to be consistent with someone at Microsoft testing the app on a build of Windows Phone 8 from their Redmond, Washington headquarters.
The article further citing unnamed sources claims that Microsoft has indeed begun internal testing of Windows Phone 8 on March 30th.
Windows Phone 8 “Apollo” is expected to support smartphones with at least two processor cores along with other additions, and an added support for LTE networks.