When Windows Phone 8 launched last October, the emphasis was very much on consumer-level personalisation features, and features for businesses deploying the handset seemed an afterthought. The recently-launched Windows Phone Business Hub site goes a small way towards redressing that balance.
The site talks up some of the more business-centric options in Windows Phone 8, including its security and encryption features, the ability to deploy business-specific applications to WP8 handsets, and the options for using existing Microsoft management platforms such as System Center to manage those devices. Virtually all of these options have existed since launch, but it's handy to have a central resource to assess them. The initial wave of WP8 uptake has largely been driven by individual admirers of the Lumia 920, but there's no reason for Microsoft to do an Apple and simply assume everyone will manage their phones individually.