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Sybase support iPhone with enterprise email

updated 11:40 am EDT, Wed October 24, 2007

Sybase iPhone support

Sybase has announced that its Information Anywhere suite - which manages e-mail, messaging and mobile phone access for enterprises - will add iPhone support within the first half of 2008. The "iAnywhere" package should address the technical hurdles of the device, while still providing security. This translates into support for the iPhone's native e-mail client, without having to enable IMAP in Lotus Domino or Microsoft Exchange.

At the same time, clients should be able to access personal information management data (such as corporate directories) through a secure connection. IT departments must sign up to Sybase's notification service to learn exact pricing and release dates for the expansion.

by MacNN Staff





  1. abnyc

    Joined: Dec 1969


    bes support

    call me when bes support is available for my iphone. i hate carrying an iphone and a bb damn it!!!

  1. JulesLt

    Joined: Dec 1969



    I love the fact that Windows IT guys are still scared of IMAP - it just has to be less secure than Exchange's security features, right?

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Window IT

    Just because some IT guys don't want to turn it on does NOT mean all are. And maybe the problem isn't IMAP or its security issues, maybe its the implementation within exchange.

    And maybe they're just too lazy to turn it on....

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