Nokia: Your next business smartphone is a Windows Phone powered Nokia Lumia

Nokia: Your next business smartphone is a Windows Phone powered Nokia Lumia

Nokia has created and uploaded a new video which touts a Nokia Lumia as your next business smartphone. Nokia is pushing the fact that Windows Phone powered Lumia smartphones feature Microsoft Office, offering Outlook functionality, as well as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.

"We know that a one size fits all solution won’t work for you. That’s why we offer a wide range of business phones. From the Nokia Lumia 520 to the 1520, there’s a feature set that’s right for you. And every Nokia Lumia smartphone has the core business functionality that you need to be successful – we have the right smartphone for your business," Nokia explains.

Windows Phone devices from Nokia also offer OneDrive integration, allowing you to access all your important documents on your Lumia device with ease. You can work with your colleagues while away from the office. You can even create or edit shared documents!

You can have Lync or Skype on your Lumia device to keep in touch with those that matter, with maps and navigation to reach your destination or business trip on time.

"Don’t waste a minute worrying about security. The apps in the Windows Phone Store are screened for malware before they're published, Internet Explorer warns you if you’re about to visit a harmful website, and you can remotely locate, ring, lock or even wipe your Nokia Lumia. Put everything you have into your business, we have you covered," Nokia explains.

Nokia also touts auto-triggered VPN and S/MIME support with Windows Phone 8.1 and a Nokia Lumia smartphone. These devices also support MDM, so your IT department can remotely manage and update company apps, security policies, and more.

Check out the video below.

Share This Post:


IDC: Smartphone shipments to outpace total PC shipments by more than 6 to 1 in 2018

Nokia paid several million Euros to protect Symbian's source code from being leaked