iPhone 3G in enterprises

It hasn’t been long since the July 11th launch of the iPhone 3G here in Australia and already it is gaining traction in the enterprise space. With it’s built in Cisco VPN, Exchange ActiveSync capabilities, and 802.11x support, many users of Blackberries are earnestly wanting to switch.

The Blackberry’s user interface could be better. I mean really it could be much much better. Apple have done a good thing here integrating Exchange support, just as they are about to do in the upcoming Mac OS upgrade Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6) because Exchange is here to stay and we all know it but hate to admit it. The other thing is push email. Although I akin push email to being awaken by a crying baby every 5 minutes, a lot of people love it and the iPhone supports it. I can’t think of anything worse than having your phone go off each time you get an email but that’s just me.

Blackberry haters rejoice!

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