Monday, October 11, 2010
Posted by Adan Galvan in "Windows Phone News" @ 08:00 PM
"It's a big day for Microsoft. The company had to step up and show the world that that innovation is still alive at Microsoft. The company was compelled to show it has both the talent and the fortitude to extend its dominant desktop and .NET platform and services effectively, cleanly and seamlessly to consumers and enterprise mobile. I have to admit I was skeptical, but my initial impressions are positive about what I've seen so far."
Forbes magazine was one of the many financial firms covering the information presented by Microsoft today with regards to Windows Phone 7. From their point of view, Microsoft mostly delivered what they speculated were key items to get them back in the game. The user interface and seamless consumer experience really impressed them. However, they seemed very critical of the business capabilities of the phone. Specifically they would have liked to see a mobile cloud solution for small businesses, better IT support, and more developer incentives. Hit the link for the full analysis and leave your comments with your own thoughts on the announcements.