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Windows Phone 8 Development Internals by Andrew Whitechapel and Sean McKenna

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Chapter 22. Enterprise apps

Windows Phone 7 was heavily focused on the consumer market. The overall user experience (UX) and target feature set were firmly targeted toward building a compelling, delightful device that users would enjoy integrating as a key part of their daily lives. With this in mind, the product focused less on the enterprise strengths of the platform. The balance shifted with Windows Phone 8, which introduced significant enterprise-focused features and capabilities such as drive encryption and XAP encryption. In this chapter, we’ll look at the enterprise-focused support in the platform, the various ways that an enterprise can manage Windows Phone devices on behalf of its employees, and how you can build and deploy company hub ...

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