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iPhone

  • Charles S. EdgeJr.
  • Beau Hunter
  • Zack Smith

Abstract

Practically every conversation about integrating Mac OS X into enterprise environments tends to include the iPhone in some way or another. iPhones are a darling of the consumerization set because they’re cool, feature rich, extensible and allow for integration with a number of other solutions. The iPhone also has a number of features developed almost specifically for satisfying the needs of large organizations. Most notably is the ability to integrate into Microsoft Exchange. While the iPhone can also be used to support other messaging solutions, its native Exchange support provides the most seamless integration and doesn’t require third party software

Keywords

Certificate Authority Exchange Account Search Path Access Gateway Home Screen 
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© Charles S. Edge Jr., Beau Hunter, and Zach Smith 2009

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  • Charles S. EdgeJr.
  • Beau Hunter
  • Zack Smith

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