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Android devices account for more than half of most smartphone sales and as per the stats from Samsung,…
A major feature that was introduced in Microsoft Exchange was the addition of Mobile Device Management (MDM) to provision command of mobile devices. This allows Exchange administrators to create Allow, Block and Quarantine lists in Exchange to control which mobile devices are allowed to access Exchange mailboxes. Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) is a synchronization protocol based on HTTP and XML and allows mobile devices of an organisation to access information like emails, contacts, calendar, etc. from the Exchange Server.
Microsoft Exchange 2013 which is targeted to be rolled out somewhere in the first quarter of 2013, has full support for iPhones, iPads, Android tablets, Android phones, Apple Macs, Linux systems in addition to Windows devices, Windows RT tablets, and Windows 8 systems
With screen sizes going up to 5 inches (my Samsung Galaxy Note is 5.3 inch) the smartphone still remains the lightest. One can hardly carry a laptop in one’s pocket and even a 7 inch tablet won’t fit in your pockets.