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Has the iPhone Configuration Utility tipped the scales and made the iPhone a viable client for mobile enterprise? Or doesn't RIM have anything to worry about? (I'm thinking I'm ready to switch.)
I'm curious as to how many ITKE'rs are actually seeing execs bring their iPhone into the enterprise for support, and what are some of your biggest concerns/problems troubleshooting these devices. Are you worried about security, contact syncing, or e-mail? Any thoughts or troubleshooting tips you've...
How can I send a form via outlook to Apple users and have it display correctly?