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Wall Street Journal on the iPhone: "Incompatible technology has become an increasing problem for businesses as hand-held email and phone devices are evolving into minicomputers that can do such things as download music, take pictures and surf the Web."
Surprise surprise. Incompatible technology is a problem for people who choose non-standard crap like Exchange.
John Gruber responds: Appleâ€™s answer to the enterprise â€œproblemâ€� isnâ€™t to kowtow to the Microsoft Exchange hegemony; itâ€™s to point in the opposite direction, and show how much better things can be with open industry protocols like IMAP and CalDAV and with simple web-based solutions.
Like many successful revolutions, this one might come from the bottom.
Viva la revolucion!
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