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  1. #1
    DTC
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    http://preview.tinyurl.com/57zzl5

    [snip]
    Step away from the hype: 5 ways where iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise.

    Geek sacrilege? Not if these are your IT priorities.

    Despite Apple Inc.'s improvements upon the previous iPhone, primarily
    through its licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s ActiveSync technology, the 3G
    and its iPhone 2.0 software remain less competent and less tested than
    its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile counterparts.

    "From an IT support standpoint, you want a hardened device, something
    you can fire and forget," says Todd Christy, president and chief
    technology officer at Pyxis Mobile Inc., a smart phone application
    maker. "I think the iPhone is cool, but it isn't there from an
    enterprise standpoint."



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  2. #2
    Ron
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    Re: iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise

    On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 23:37:58 -0500, DTC
    <[email protected]_spam_nothing_here.foob> wrote:

    >http://preview.tinyurl.com/57zzl5
    >
    >[snip]
    >Step away from the hype: 5 ways where iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise.
    >
    >Geek sacrilege? Not if these are your IT priorities.
    >
    >Despite Apple Inc.'s improvements upon the previous iPhone, primarily
    >through its licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s ActiveSync technology, the 3G
    >and its iPhone 2.0 software remain less competent and less tested than
    >its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile counterparts.
    >
    >"From an IT support standpoint, you want a hardened device, something
    >you can fire and forget," says Todd Christy, president and chief
    >technology officer at Pyxis Mobile Inc., a smart phone application
    >maker. "I think the iPhone is cool, but it isn't there from an
    >enterprise standpoint."


    One man's opinion, I guess he likes seeing his name in print.



  3. #3
    RBM
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    Re: iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise


    "Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 23:37:58 -0500, DTC
    > <[email protected]_spam_nothing_here.foob> wrote:
    >
    >>http://preview.tinyurl.com/57zzl5
    >>
    >>[snip]
    >>Step away from the hype: 5 ways where iPhone 3G still lags
    >>enterprise-wise.
    >>
    >>Geek sacrilege? Not if these are your IT priorities.
    >>
    >>Despite Apple Inc.'s improvements upon the previous iPhone, primarily
    >>through its licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s ActiveSync technology, the 3G
    >>and its iPhone 2.0 software remain less competent and less tested than
    >>its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile counterparts.
    >>
    >>"From an IT support standpoint, you want a hardened device, something
    >>you can fire and forget," says Todd Christy, president and chief
    >>technology officer at Pyxis Mobile Inc., a smart phone application
    >>maker. "I think the iPhone is cool, but it isn't there from an
    >>enterprise standpoint."

    >
    > One man's opinion, I guess he likes seeing his name in print.


    True enough, of course if an opinion is given by one man named Jobs, you wet
    your pants over it !!!






  4. #4
    Ron
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    Re: iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise

    On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 07:56:16 -0400, "RBM" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >"Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 23:37:58 -0500, DTC
    >> <[email protected]_spam_nothing_here.foob> wrote:
    >>
    >>>http://preview.tinyurl.com/57zzl5
    >>>
    >>>[snip]
    >>>Step away from the hype: 5 ways where iPhone 3G still lags
    >>>enterprise-wise.
    >>>
    >>>Geek sacrilege? Not if these are your IT priorities.
    >>>
    >>>Despite Apple Inc.'s improvements upon the previous iPhone, primarily
    >>>through its licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s ActiveSync technology, the 3G
    >>>and its iPhone 2.0 software remain less competent and less tested than
    >>>its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile counterparts.
    >>>
    >>>"From an IT support standpoint, you want a hardened device, something
    >>>you can fire and forget," says Todd Christy, president and chief
    >>>technology officer at Pyxis Mobile Inc., a smart phone application
    >>>maker. "I think the iPhone is cool, but it isn't there from an
    >>>enterprise standpoint."

    >>
    >> One man's opinion, I guess he likes seeing his name in print.

    >
    >True enough, of course if an opinion is given by one man named Jobs, you wet
    >your pants over it !!!
    >
    >


    AT&T just reported with their Quarterly Report that
    the new iPhone 3G is selling twice as fast as the original iPhone did.
    And that 40% are new to AT&T customers. So I expect next quarter their
    adds to their subscriber base will outpace Verizon.

    So Todd Christy can whine about the iPhone if he wants, but his
    employees may soon be changing his mind for him.



  5. #5
    Kevin Weaver
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    Re: iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise

    40% of what figure ?

    "Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 07:56:16 -0400, "RBM" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected]
    >>> On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 23:37:58 -0500, DTC
    >>> <[email protected]_spam_nothing_here.foob> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>http://preview.tinyurl.com/57zzl5
    >>>>
    >>>>[snip]
    >>>>Step away from the hype: 5 ways where iPhone 3G still lags
    >>>>enterprise-wise.
    >>>>
    >>>>Geek sacrilege? Not if these are your IT priorities.
    >>>>
    >>>>Despite Apple Inc.'s improvements upon the previous iPhone, primarily
    >>>>through its licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s ActiveSync technology, the 3G
    >>>>and its iPhone 2.0 software remain less competent and less tested than
    >>>>its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile counterparts.
    >>>>
    >>>>"From an IT support standpoint, you want a hardened device, something
    >>>>you can fire and forget," says Todd Christy, president and chief
    >>>>technology officer at Pyxis Mobile Inc., a smart phone application
    >>>>maker. "I think the iPhone is cool, but it isn't there from an
    >>>>enterprise standpoint."
    >>>
    >>> One man's opinion, I guess he likes seeing his name in print.

    >>
    >>True enough, of course if an opinion is given by one man named Jobs, you
    >>wet
    >>your pants over it !!!
    >>
    >>

    >
    > AT&T just reported with their Quarterly Report that
    > the new iPhone 3G is selling twice as fast as the original iPhone did.
    > And that 40% are new to AT&T customers. So I expect next quarter their
    > adds to their subscriber base will outpace Verizon.
    >
    > So Todd Christy can whine about the iPhone if he wants, but his
    > employees may soon be changing his mind for him.





  6. #6
    Ron
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    Re: iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise

    On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 09:51:22 -0700, "Kevin Weaver"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >40% of what figure ?


    iPhone 3G purchases.

    >
    >"Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 07:56:16 -0400, "RBM" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >>>
    >>>"Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>news:[email protected]
    >>>> On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 23:37:58 -0500, DTC
    >>>> <[email protected]_spam_nothing_here.foob> wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>http://preview.tinyurl.com/57zzl5
    >>>>>
    >>>>>[snip]
    >>>>>Step away from the hype: 5 ways where iPhone 3G still lags
    >>>>>enterprise-wise.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Geek sacrilege? Not if these are your IT priorities.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>Despite Apple Inc.'s improvements upon the previous iPhone, primarily
    >>>>>through its licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s ActiveSync technology, the 3G
    >>>>>and its iPhone 2.0 software remain less competent and less tested than
    >>>>>its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile counterparts.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>"From an IT support standpoint, you want a hardened device, something
    >>>>>you can fire and forget," says Todd Christy, president and chief
    >>>>>technology officer at Pyxis Mobile Inc., a smart phone application
    >>>>>maker. "I think the iPhone is cool, but it isn't there from an
    >>>>>enterprise standpoint."
    >>>>
    >>>> One man's opinion, I guess he likes seeing his name in print.
    >>>
    >>>True enough, of course if an opinion is given by one man named Jobs, you
    >>>wet
    >>>your pants over it !!!
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >> AT&T just reported with their Quarterly Report that
    >> the new iPhone 3G is selling twice as fast as the original iPhone did.
    >> And that 40% are new to AT&T customers. So I expect next quarter their
    >> adds to their subscriber base will outpace Verizon.
    >>
    >> So Todd Christy can whine about the iPhone if he wants, but his
    >> employees may soon be changing his mind for him.




  7. #7
    Carl
    Guest

    Re: iPhone 3G still lags enterprise-wise

    Ron wrote:
    > On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 07:56:16 -0400, "RBM" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >> "Ron" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 23:37:58 -0500, DTC
    >>> <[email protected]_spam_nothing_here.foob> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> http://preview.tinyurl.com/57zzl5
    >>>>
    >>>> [snip]
    >>>> Step away from the hype: 5 ways where iPhone 3G still lags
    >>>> enterprise-wise.
    >>>>
    >>>> Geek sacrilege? Not if these are your IT priorities.
    >>>>
    >>>> Despite Apple Inc.'s improvements upon the previous iPhone,
    >>>> primarily through its licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s ActiveSync
    >>>> technology, the 3G and its iPhone 2.0 software remain less
    >>>> competent and less tested than its BlackBerry and Windows Mobile
    >>>> counterparts.
    >>>>
    >>>> "From an IT support standpoint, you want a hardened device,
    >>>> something you can fire and forget," says Todd Christy, president
    >>>> and chief technology officer at Pyxis Mobile Inc., a smart phone
    >>>> application maker. "I think the iPhone is cool, but it isn't there
    >>>> from an enterprise standpoint."
    >>>
    >>> One man's opinion, I guess he likes seeing his name in print.

    >>
    >> True enough, of course if an opinion is given by one man named Jobs,
    >> you wet your pants over it !!!
    >>
    >>

    >
    > AT&T just reported with their Quarterly Report that
    > the new iPhone 3G is selling twice as fast as the original iPhone did.
    > And that 40% are new to AT&T customers. So I expect next quarter their
    > adds to their subscriber base will outpace Verizon.
    >
    > So Todd Christy can whine about the iPhone if he wants, but his
    > employees may soon be changing his mind for him.
    >

    Can I get a clarification of your language here? "40% are new to AT&T
    customers" means something a whole lot different than "40% are to new AT&T
    customers", which is what I think you meant. Placing the word "new" before
    or after the word "to" changes the entire meaning of your statistic.








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