Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Corporate email service solution for iPhone

The delay of Lotus Suites deployment for iPhone users in corporate environment was just another sad news for business users, but perhaps IBM is prepping a new integrated system for Lotus first to handle the new firmware 2.0 & iPhone SDK kit. But if you can’t wait that long for uncertainty, then there’s a solution came from Sybase called iAnywhere. According to Senthil Krishnapillai, director of product management for Sybase iAnywhere's mobile collaborations group, iAnywhere was made without the SDK kit but received guidance from Apple so it will work well in your iPhone. It also emphasis on important features such as proxy connection so there should be no compromises in the company’s firewall settings, which often becomes IT Managers biggest headache. iAnywhere can provide better security with restrictions in email attachments, and while syncing to company’s email server; iAnywhere can allow it’s users to look up for their co-workers buddies through corporate directory. Sybase plans to add more features in iAnywhere after the release of iPhone SDK kit, so corporate companies can enjoy the wide range it can support from Lotus Domino to Microsoft’s Exchange Server.
Read on PC World article
here for deeper infos.
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