Psst.. Apple Just got REAL with the Enterprise

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    It's too bad that Apple has ceded MDM to third parties instead of offering a viable in house alternative.
     
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    "If the user accepts the Configuration Profile, certain minimal security can be required, such as passcode settings."Minimal security, such as..."However, the enterprise can still initiate a remote device wipe, making it important for the user to keep independent backups."This is why I stopped connecting my iPhone to my previous employer's email, and have mad no effort to connect to the new employers email. I don't want the risk of external destruction of my apps and data.
     
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    Our company recently replaced our service reps' Blackberries with iPhones and is in the process of issuing iPads.
     
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    It will be even more interesting once Microsoft gives users the ability to print their documents. :D
     
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    I turned down a company blackberry five years ago. I chose no smartphone over having to own a Blackberry (Even free, It was going to be too much hassle shoveling coal into that little phone, keeping the fires stoked for its steam-powered services.)It was only a matter of time for even big corps to let go of BB for something else.
     
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    I'd genuinely amazed that there are real businesses out there still using Blackberries, were it not for the fact that so many banks clung to IE 6 til the bitter end. And whatever bad things you can say about BB, they have nothing on IE 6.
     

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