Some interesting stats:
You probably have already heard of all the great application development features that will let developers create engaging and entertaining applications on Windows Phone 7 from the many great sessions available at MIX 10.
For Windows Phone 7 @ Work, check out Paul Bryan’s blog post on all the great business features that will be available. If you have seen the Windows Phone 7 UI, you are familiar with the concept of a Hub, which is a top-level panorama (i.e. navigate left and right) experience. The Office Hub brings PowerPoint, OneNote, Word, Excel and SharePoint to Windows Phone 7 in a single integrated experience.
The MobileTechWorld site includes a short video clip of the Office Hub experience from TechEd 2010 here.
Windows Phone 7 also includes many other features that IT organizations require without needing additional infrastructure:
I don’t think customers would expect anything less from Microsoft than a great information worker experience that is ready for business. Please check out the above links and let me know what you think.