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Sunday, February 28, 2010

iPhone in Business



Up to Speed on day one


iPhone 3GS comes with amazing benefits for business users out of the box. iPhone 3GS integrates with Microsoft Exchange so users get secure over-the-air push email, calendar, and contacts keeping them up to date wherever they are. The full-featured Safari browser provides access to corporate resources anytime. iPhone also includes other easy-to-use, innovative applications like Maps, Voice Memos, and Voice Control to help users get more things done faster.




Best email on a mobile device.

Rich HTML email is easier than ever to read in portrait or landscape mode, and email is faster and more flexible on iPhone 3GS. Find messages instantly in subfolders or by searching your inbox or mail server. Easily cut, copy, and paste email content. And view attachments you use at work: Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PDF, JPEG, and iWork.








Up-to-the-minute calendar.

Using Multi-Touch on iPhone makes the Calendar application intuitive and simple to use. Tap to create and send out meeting invites, accept or decline a meeting invitation, or dial a phone number from meeting notes. Tap again to see who’s attending, review the agenda, and add alerts. Color coding makes calendar entries easy to organize and view at a glance. Support for Microsoft Exchange and CalDAV-compliant servers — and integrated support for time zones — means users can stay up to date no matter where their business takes them.



Make calls and find things fast.

Use your voice to initiate a call with anyone in your contacts list. Just say a name or phone number, and iPhone 3GS makes the call. And find anything on your iPhone fast with Spotlight search. Whether it's an application on one of your home screens, an email in your inbox, or even a note, you'll find it with Spotlight.







Desktop-class web browsing.

iPhone uses Safari, the most advanced browser on a mobile device, to display the web the way it was designed to be seen. With support for web standards, SSL, and Cisco IPSec VPN, iPhone delivers secure access to corporate intranets so users can access their company’s resources wherever they are. Web Clips give quick, one-tap access from the Home screen to important websites and web applications. iPhone always ensures the fastest available connection to the web, whether it’s EDGE, 3G, or Wi-Fi.


More powerful contacts.

Finding contacts on iPhone is as simple as scrolling through your contact list or using the search feature. Add or change a contact and it updates everywhere automatically. But what really makes Contacts ideal for business is its seamless integration with features such as Maps, Safari, and SMS. Find customer offices using Maps and the built-in digital compass. Get directions and call directly from map listings to confirm. Add vCards received via email. Look up contacts faster with search support for companywide Global Address Lists (GAL). And with push contacts on iPhone, contact lists are always up to date.






Smarter phone features.

iPhone helps manage daily work calls with tools like Visual Voicemail, which lets users choose which messages to listen to first, and fast-forward or pause messages to find key information. Swapping and merging calls or initiating conference calls couldn’t be easier: To add an attendee, just tap a name from a contact list or company GAL.






More for business.

iPhone has still more great features for business users. Find your way with GPS-powered Maps, and even find out which direction you’re going with the built-in compass. Send SMS messages to multiple recipients, check stocks at a glance, and get a one-tap weather report before your next business trip.




Thanks for www.apple.com




Up to Speed on day one


iPhone 3GS comes with amazing benefits for business users out of the box. iPhone 3GS integrates with Microsoft Exchange so users get secure over-the-air push email, calendar, and contacts keeping them up to date wherever they are. The full-featured Safari browser provides access to corporate resources anytime. iPhone also includes other easy-to-use, innovative applications like Maps, Voice Memos, and Voice Control to help users get more things done faster.




Best email on a mobile device.

Rich HTML email is easier than ever to read in portrait or landscape mode, and email is faster and more flexible on iPhone 3GS. Find messages instantly in subfolders or by searching your inbox or mail server. Easily cut, copy, and paste email content. And view attachments you use at work: Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, PDF, JPEG, and iWork.








Up-to-the-minute calendar.

Using Multi-Touch on iPhone makes the Calendar application intuitive and simple to use. Tap to create and send out meeting invites, accept or decline a meeting invitation, or dial a phone number from meeting notes. Tap again to see who’s attending, review the agenda, and add alerts. Color coding makes calendar entries easy to organize and view at a glance. Support for Microsoft Exchange and CalDAV-compliant servers — and integrated support for time zones — means users can stay up to date no matter where their business takes them.



Make calls and find things fast.

Use your voice to initiate a call with anyone in your contacts list. Just say a name or phone number, and iPhone 3GS makes the call. And find anything on your iPhone fast with Spotlight search. Whether it's an application on one of your home screens, an email in your inbox, or even a note, you'll find it with Spotlight.







Desktop-class web browsing.

iPhone uses Safari, the most advanced browser on a mobile device, to display the web the way it was designed to be seen. With support for web standards, SSL, and Cisco IPSec VPN, iPhone delivers secure access to corporate intranets so users can access their company’s resources wherever they are. Web Clips give quick, one-tap access from the Home screen to important websites and web applications. iPhone always ensures the fastest available connection to the web, whether it’s EDGE, 3G, or Wi-Fi.


More powerful contacts.

Finding contacts on iPhone is as simple as scrolling through your contact list or using the search feature. Add or change a contact and it updates everywhere automatically. But what really makes Contacts ideal for business is its seamless integration with features such as Maps, Safari, and SMS. Find customer offices using Maps and the built-in digital compass. Get directions and call directly from map listings to confirm. Add vCards received via email. Look up contacts faster with search support for companywide Global Address Lists (GAL). And with push contacts on iPhone, contact lists are always up to date.






Smarter phone features.

iPhone helps manage daily work calls with tools like Visual Voicemail, which lets users choose which messages to listen to first, and fast-forward or pause messages to find key information. Swapping and merging calls or initiating conference calls couldn’t be easier: To add an attendee, just tap a name from a contact list or company GAL.






More for business.

iPhone has still more great features for business users. Find your way with GPS-powered Maps, and even find out which direction you’re going with the built-in compass. Send SMS messages to multiple recipients, check stocks at a glance, and get a one-tap weather report before your next business trip.




Thanks for www.apple.com


About the Author : Andra Permana Halim. Bekerja pada Sebuah ISP terbesar di Indonesia. Sangat menyukai Semua hal di bidang Informatika. Sesekali menulis Tentang Keseharian dan wawasan yang banyak di jumapainya.

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