Direct Push will give access to Outlook e-mail, calender, contacts and tasks. They can be pushed to the device from the connection to the Exchange Server. This is similar to a service that RIM BlackBerry users have been enjoying for years.
IT professionals now also have the ability to remotely control and manage Windows Mobile-based devices thanks to new features that support remotely enforced IT policies.
The ability to remove all information from a device, over the air, and reset a device to its original state no matter where that device is. IT administrators will have great access to manage sensitive information on a misplaced Windows Mobile-based device. In addition, the administrator can choose to have the local memory on a device erased if the correct password is not entered after a designated number of attempts.More details at MobileMag