Mobile Devices, Chapter 13 of "Microsoft Windows Vista Administration"

Because mobile devices are so prevalent and important to the enterprise, Microsoft has developed a number of tools for managing portable computing devices into Windows Vista. This chapter describes the functionality that Vista brings for mobile devices and mobilization. It covers power management, synchronization and the Vista utilities that are geared specifically to mobile devices.

Windows Vista Administration
 

 Because mobile devices are so prevalent and important to the enterprise, Microsoft has developed a number of tools for managing portable computing devices into Windows Vista. This chapter describes the functionality that Vista brings for mobile devices and mobilization. It covers power management, synchronization and the Vista utilities that are geared specifically to mobile devices.

About this book: Microsoft Windows Vista Administration shows you how to leverage Vista's new productivity, security, and management tools to give your business the competitive edge. You'll learn to design and implement Windows Vista installation and migration plans, create network connections, configure Internet services, and utilize Vista's remote access features. You'll also learn to secure your Windows Vista environment, proactively prevent performance problems, and tune Vista PCs.

 Read the rest of "Mobile Devices" in this PDF.

Excerpted from Microsoft Windows Vista Administration by Anthony Velte, Dennis Glendenning and Toby Velte (ISBN: 0071493034). Copyright 2007, McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. All rights reserved.

 

This was last published in August 2007

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