The Inevitability of the iPhone in the Enterprise

  • Charles Edge


Practically every conversation about integrating Mac OS X into enterprise environments tends to include the iPhone (Figure 1–1). iPhones are cool, feature rich, extensible, and can integrate with practically any existing enterprise solution. The iPhone also has many features developed almost specifically for satisfying the needs of large organizations, most notably its capability to integrate into Microsoft Exchange Server. Although the iPhone can also be used to support other messaging solutions, its native Exchange support provides seamless integration without requiring third-party software. Many of the policies that you use to manage devices via Exchange also function on the iPhone, making it a complement to many an existing mobile device paradigm.


Mobile Device Customer Relationship Management Enterprise Resource Planning Thin Client Virtual Network Computing 
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© by Charles Edge 2010

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