You can use your favorite social network to register or link an existing account:
Or use your email address to register without a social network:
Sign in with these social networks:
Or enter your username and password
Forgot your password?
Yes, please link my existing account with for quick, secure access.
No, I would like to create a new account with my profile information.
A restaurant can become a workplace using Windows Phone. With a built-in version of Office, communications software (Lync), and a way to access your files stored online (Office 365, SharePoint, or SkyDrive), you can see how to attend a meeting and even handle an emergency while eating your lunch.
How did I get into this mess? See the first part of the video to explore more about the Windows Phone.
Lync is an instant communications and meeting service for businesses. It offers instant messaging and conferencing with voice and video. Recently Lync Mobile has been released for Windows Phone, Android and iPhone.
If you want to know more about the features of a Windows Phone, click these links:
The more I learn and read about the Windows phone the more I get the feeling it might actually be something for me :-) (and I'm /not/ joking here).
I know this blog is aimed at Office and obviously thats your main focus point. But honestly I do hope you could manage to put up more specific demo's about Windows phone somehow which are aimed at, well.. more regular usage and such.
For example; you used the location feature to get to that cafe (or cafeteria). But what if you didn't know where it was? IIRC Windows phone has build in navigation, it'd be cool to have a demo of some of those features (IMO of course).
Alas; I just spotted your face in the rather crazy "office 911" video's (well; just the preview). Seriously; I really hope that they'll still let you to make your own video's because quite frankly..
I laughed at that 911 video but I already forgot how to get that sorting stuff done precisely (but I now /do/ know its there and how to look it up). Yet I still recall where to get business cards for Word (not Publisher!) and print those; even know it can't be done in 90 seconds (sorry, didn't mean to rub it in ;-)).
bottom line: I really hope you will still put in some video's of your own! Those really rock. More "action" isn't always "more info" so to speak.'
PS: I really hope you managed to come up with a way to get even at those crazy collegues of yours ;-)
Thanks for the comments again, Shel.
As for directions, Windows Phone has you covered. We had delete the part where I click for directions and the phone reads them to me, with updates in case you go a different way. No GPS for my car now, I have a Windows Phone.