“Dubbed ‘iPhone in Business’ and ‘iPad in Business,’ they feature apps from the App Store, enterprise-specific features like Exchange and security, as well as showing bespoke business apps and profiling businesses that have used the iPhone,” Bohn reports. “Apple makes a point of explaining its approach to mobile device management, app distribution, and security — three areas where iOS has actually made great strides and often doesn’t get the credit it deserves.”
Bohn reports, “The examples Apple provides, along with the technical documentation for IT managers, may be a sign that Apple is doing its best to take advantage of RIM’s declining fortunes in the enterprise space.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Good to see that Apple’s putting some more focus on the business capabilities of the iPad and iPhone.
Now, if you work for a place that is deploying tablets not named iPad, please make sure your resume is up-to-date and ready-to-go at a moment’s notice. Obviously, those aren’t the swiftest decision-makers you have there.
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