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Building Solutions with the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework: Architecture and Best Practices for Mobile Development by Jon Box, Dan Fox

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Information Anywhere, Anytime, and on Any Device

The research and advisory firm Gartner has said that 25% of enterprises have developed a cohesive strategy for extending their applications to mobile workers. As these businesses (and hopefully yours) move to incorporate mobility, they often do so in the context of a few well-defined scenarios using a set of mobile devices with particular characteristics. In this section we'll briefly explore these scenarios and devices by unpacking the concept of accessing information anywhere, anytime, and on any device.

Using Information

When you think of providing access to information anywhere, anytime, and on any device in the business world, you can divide that information into three primary categories: ...

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