As we anxiously await the release of Windows new Vista OS, we are learning more and more about the integration of Windows Mobile devices into Microsoft's new baby. ActiveSync has been been pushed aside for what Microsoft is calling Windows Mobile Device Center (or WMDC for short) which on paper, is looking to be easier for the end user and IT departments to install and maintain. WMDC is a built in function of Vista so it will not require additional software needing to be installed and will receive automatic updates when a Windows Update occurs. Now if we can only get our hands on the newest Crossbow OS for our phone, that would make us happy.

[Via Pocket PC Thoughts]

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