Windows Mobile Data Synchronization with SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server Compact 3.1

Windows Mobile Data Synchronization with SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server Compact 3.1
Authors
Rob Tiffany
ISBN
0979891205
Published
14 Dec 2007
Purchase online
amazon.com

With the world's largest organizations rolling out tens of thousands of Windows Mobile devices to empower their respective workforces, the ability to create mobile line of business solutions that can support large user populations is critical. In his third book on mobile development, Rob Tiffany shows you how to take the SQL Server data you use to run your organization and make it available to all your mobile employees.

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With the world's largest organizations rolling out tens of thousands of Windows Mobile devices to empower their respective workforces, the ability to create mobile line of business solutions that can support large user populations is critical. In his third book on mobile development, Rob Tiffany shows you how to take the SQL Server data you use to run your organization and make it available to all your mobile employees. He walks you step-by-step through the process of building a secure, performant, 4-tier mobile synchronization architecture designed to scale to thousands of users. You'll also learn how to create occasionally-connected Windows Mobile applications that are designed to thrive in unreliable wireless conditions. Take the guesswork out of mobilizing your organization by tapping into the experience of one of the world's foremost authorities on Windows Mobile infrastructure and development.

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