Albertson, NY, March 11, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- On March 6th, Apple announced that it will begin to offer enterprise support for the iPhone in the upcoming 2.0 release in June. With Apple’s release of the SDK, developers now have the opportunity to create new programs for the corporate environment. Apple has released a list of 10 companies that supported the 2.0 beta, including Cisco Systems, Nike, Disney, and Microsoft, just to name a few.
“Enterprise support which includes Microsoft ActiveSync would allow iPhone users to wirelessly sync their device to our Hosted Exchange servers and provide secure, over-the-air push email, contacts and calendars as well as remote wipe. These are features all of our customers want on their iPhones, and ActiveSync provides that,” says Steven Daneshgar, President- Exchange My Mail, Inc.
“We have had many requests for full wireless data synchronization, between the Apple iPhone and Microsoft Exchange servers ever since the iPhone was launched. Customers just weren’t happy with the basic IMAP features, so this is great news for all of our iPhone customers,” adds David Grantz, CIO.
Exchange My Mail has always fully supported ActiveSync, and is excited to add the Apple iPhone to that list. ActiveSync is included free on all Exchange My Mail plans.
Learn more about how Exchange My Mail will work with the iPhone on their website: http://www.exchangemymail.com