Corporate E-Mail on the iPhone

Security concerns have led some employers to forbid corporate e-mail access on Apple's iPhone, but third parties are stepping in to bridge the gap

Ben Knieff's suit pockets are a little bulky these days. Two weeks ago, he purchased an Apple (AAPL) iPhone—which he loves for Web surfing, maps, and news—but he still needs his BlackBerry to access corporate e-mail at the financial-services firm where he works in Minneapolis. "The iPhone wasn't supported by my corporate office, so it wasn't a choice," says Knieff, a product manager. He now checks two devices compulsively.

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