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    Hello All,

    We are looking to invest in providing mobile phones to our employees. Before we do this, we would like to know what other people are using. So if your company provides mobile phones to employees, could you please take a moment to answer the following:

    1. What brand of phone does your company provide? (i.e., apple, android, microsoft, etc.).

    2. What is the mobile provider you are using?

    3. Any other relevant information that may help us in making an informed decision.

    Many thanks for your help in advance.

    - John


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    Re: Business Mobile Phones

    Some questions:
    1. Do you need the phones to be encrypted?
    2. Do they need to be rugged?
    3. Are you providing remote email access?
    4. If so, do you have an exchange server already setup?
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    Re: Business Mobile Phones

    No need for more security than a normal business enterprise requires. No need for rugged phones or unbreakable materials We are currently outsourcing email management and yes email is required for the remote workers. But we are looking to move away from existing. Would exchange server matter in the brand of phone we choose? I mean, couldn't users on a Microsoft Phone simply access web based email?



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