Microsoft trots out mobile-access software

Summary:Microsoft on Monday unveiled the public version of Mobile Information 2001 Server, which brings wireless e-mail and data access features to the Windows 2000 operating system. With the software, users of mobile devices will have access to information from Microsoft's messaging software, Exchange Server, as well as to intranet applications and services, the company said in a statement.

Microsoft on Monday unveiled the public version of Mobile Information 2001 Server, which brings wireless e-mail and data access features to the Windows 2000 operating system.

With the software, users of mobile devices will have access to information from Microsoft's messaging software, Exchange Server, as well as to intranet applications and services, the company said in a statement.

The new wireless software, announced at Microsoft's Tech-Ed conference in Atlanta, began beta testing in September. Full story. --Erich Luening, Special to ZDNet News

Topics: Microsoft, Operating Systems, Servers, Software, Windows

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