Kaseya Employees Dial the iPhone 3G

Still skeptical about Apple's iPhone for business users? I'm not. And neither is Kaseya, the managed services platform provider. After extensive testing, Kaseya's IT department has added the iPhone to its list of supported smart phones.

Dan Shapero, senior VP of marketing, and several other Kaseya employees are making the move to the iPhone now because of the improved support for Microsoft Exchange. In a similar move, several managed service providers (including Azaleos) have introduced hosted email services that bridge the gap between the iPhone and Exchange Server.

I'm not suggesting that there's a worldwide shift from BlackBerry and Windows devices to the iPhone. But increasingly, the iPhone is finding its way into business. That's why networking and unified communications companies (from Avaya to Cisco) have extended their applications to the iPhone.

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