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The iPhone (and Apple) is for business after all.

Apple made a major announcement today – not only releasing the SDK for the iPhone (which means finally, many real, legit applications will be created for the iPhone), but as exciting, announcing “enterprise” support for the iPhone – meaning direct support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync!  Hell hasn’t frozen over quite like this since the first time Apple released iTunes/iPod for the PC!

So, for all of those IT managers who have been resisting the iPhone – all of those excuses are about to go out the window (no pun intended).  Here is a list of typical ActiveSync features, coming soon.  Like some of the recent hype, I believe this is going to allow Apple overall to gain traction in the Enterprise again, and be accepted as a business tool – I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again – Apple will have 20% market share in the desktop computer/laptop space by 2013.

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Enterprise features in iPhone 2.0 software beta.

Upcoming iPhone support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and industry-standard corporate security standards will allow IT professionals to seamlessly integrate iPhone into their enterprise environments. New features include:

  • Push email
  • Push contacts
  • Push calendar
  • Global Address List
  • Certificates and Identities
  • WPA2/802.1x
  • Enforced security policies
  • More VPN protocols
  • Device configuration
  • Remote wipe

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