For a brief period of time, Microsoft's My Phone Web site went live prior to its scheduled debut. Although it's offline now, Microsoft has announced that the new Microsoft My Phone service will be available as a limited, invite-only beta. This is a significant milestone for Microsoft as it connects the phone to the PC and Web, making mobility a key pillar for the company's software+services strategy. Here is more info about the Microsoft My Phone service:
This new Microsoft cloud service syncs critical information (e.g., contacts, calendar appointments, tasks, text messages, photos, video, etc) on a user?s mobile phone to a password protected Web site. Once synchronized, people can easily back-up and restore mobile phone data. My Phone provides an easy to use Web portal where people can access and manage content on the phone, and share that information with others.
My Phone helps people:
-Keep their information backed up if they lose or break their phones.
-Transition information if they switch to new phones.
-Access the same information from their phone or PC.
-Additional information about the service can be found here: www.windowsmobile.com/myphone
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