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MEDIA OPP: iPhones in the Enterprise

From: user 4.
Sent on: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 2:15 PM

From the writer:


“It looks like some companies are changing their minds about letting workers use the iPhone on the job. When the iPhone was first released many company IT departments refused to support it because of security concerns. But today, it appears that more and more IT departments at companies like Kraft and Oracle are giving iPhones the green light. I'd love to hear from large companies that are letting workers use iPhones, especially those who were initially wary about it.”


Please be in touch with me if this is relevant. The deadline is 5:00 PM Pacific time, April 20.




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