I dont see the iPhone taking off here. That said, we will have the inevitable few users who will show up in my office, asking if they can get their e-mail delivered to the device. But, thankfully, its the same few users every time, and weve reit
3IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Great Potential
We will only support what we have facilities and support personnel for, and, within my division, that would only include corporate devices such as Blackberries and Windows Mobile phones. Solely as a personal cell phone the iPhone ha
4IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Out of Tune
We support syncing of calendar and e-mail to Blackberry Handheld devices and to Windows CE (Windows Mobile) devices. We have no facility to get corporate e-mail and calendar to anything else. Also, we do not allow iTunes on our clien
5IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Mobile Gaps
All I know is that Microsoft didn’t get it right for the first several versions of its mobile software. We should all expect the Apple version to have many gaps. That said, the iPhone is a cool device, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it to chec
6IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Only 1,500 songs?
I did have an early opportunity to play with an iPhone. My take on the device is that the menus are cool and the touch-screen feedback is less interesting than was advertised. I was surprised at how easily it crashed and needed to be rebooted. I ha
7IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Lining Up
I believe it is too soon to tell, but have heard of some very large purchases. I do plan to be in line [June 29] to try to acquire one to check it out. Right now, I am recommending waiting for the next version.
8IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Price Point
It will be interesting to see what the prices are when they hit the stores and the excitement dies down a little. Most of the current line of Blackberrys have a list price of $700 or more but actually sell for less than $300. That sa
9IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Corporate Standards
I expect that there are employees who are interested in the iPhone, but we have corporate standards for a reason (cost and support management). There are also the issues regarding connectivity to corporate messaging systems and the lack of a real k
10IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – Big on Blackberry
We do not expect to add the iPhone to our IT PDA standard. The Blackberry, with powerful e-mail and synchronization with Exchange, will continue to be our choice for our staff. I have a simple philosophy: Buy whats best for your requirements, and
11IT Pros Abuzz About iPhone – No Worries
I am not spending any time worrying about this.
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