Nokia has taken to Twitter to reveal 5 reasons why businesses should switch to Windows Phone. Boasting Microsoft Office (out-of-the-box), Outlook, offline navigation, security with IRM and wireless charging, the company is attempting to dive into the enterprise pool with its Lumia brand.
It's a clear jab at the three competitor platforms (iOS, Android and BlackBerry), noting how each of them are inferior for the 5 points raised. What's interesting to note is although Microsoft's Windows Phone falls short in some areas, it's definitely a viable option for enterprise, which is reflected in the success stories shared by both Redmond and Nokia.
Source: Twitter (@NokiaAtWork)
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