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For IT departments, the old adage still applies: Look before you leap. Here are ten areas of concern you should investigate before including the iPhone in your set of corporate productivity tools.
Everybody wants a new iPhone 3G or 3GS (where the "S" stands for Speed). Or almost everybody. And anyone who has played around with an iPhone even a little bit will have to admit it's an amazing piece of technology. In fact, 20 companies that are members of the Fortune 100 have bought 10,000 or more iPhones.
There are lots of credible anecdotes about productivity increases based on the iPhone. But for IT departments, the old adage still applies: Look before you leap. Here are ten areas of concern you should investigate before including the iPhone in your set of corporate productivity tools.
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