Places to go, people to see. Pack your bags.
Travel can be stressful, even when you’re planning to go somewhere for fun. Staying on top of travel plans and package deliveries can become time-consuming and a hassle.
First, Outlook began automatically adding events from your email to your calendar. Now, it has more new experiences to help you stay on top of your travel plans and package deliveries, including the ability to:
Verify your travel reservations and package delivery details with ease using simplified summary cards in your inbox and calendar.
Check in for flights, change hotel and rental car reservations or track packages at the touch of a button.
Stay on top of your flights with reliable reminders.
These features are rolling out to Outlook for Mac and Outlook on the web today and will soon be coming to Windows, iOS and Android, as well as…
Last month, Microsoft unveiled a new vision for the future of SharePoint, and today they’re pleased to release the new SharePoint mobile app for iOS. Install it now and take your intranet with you—your intranet in your pocket. Stay connected to important content, sites, portals and people from across your intranet while on the go. The SharePoint mobile journey starts now. This is a first step, and Microsoft is excited to continue to build on what we’ve started. Let’s dive in to the details.
Watch this episode of Microsoft Mechanics with Andy Haon, principal group program manager on the SharePoint engineering team, for an in-depth look at the SharePoint mobile app:
The SharePoint mobile app
The new SharePoint mobile app helps you keep your work moving forward by providing quick access to your team sites, organization portals and resources, and even a view into what the…
When choosing a Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution there are many features that need to be considered, along with pricing and hosting models. The world of MDM can be cumbersome and confusing, so it is important to understand what is out there.
The testing phase of mobile development is critical to the success of any application, and with the multitude of variations in both hardware and operating systems, this stage is arguably the most difficult to manage and execute properly. Fortunately there are a handful of useful tools that assist with the distribution and testing of mobile applications with the majority of these being free or free try. Each platform offers a unique set of functionality, so the best way to choose is experimenting with each one. Here are some of the best mobile testing platforms available today:
This week I’m at the Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC 2012) in San Francisco and I want to share with you some of the new improvements made by Apple that will be available in the coming weeks. Instead of trying to break down each and every one of the fantastic new features, I’m going to instead try to highlight the ones that I really think will be beneficial from a “business developer” standpoint.
The first thing that really caught my eye was the new app Passbook. Quite simply, what Apple has done with Passbook is to give iOS apps that use “in app ticketing” a place to store and publicizetheir information.
For example, when I was at the airport, waiting in the security line, I witnessed one woman take her iPhone and scan it into a machine. Upon closer inspection, I realized…