The iPhoning of the Enterprise


In February, Bob Rudis said "iPhone has quite a long way to go before it can weave its way - officially - into corporate IT standards."

In March, Apple and Microsoft announced that iPhones could connect with Microsoft Exchange. The NYT describes that deal as "dagger aimed at the heart of R.I.M.'s strength in the corporate market."

In April, Apple claims that one-third of Fortune 500 companies are interested in giving iPhones to their employees.

At this rate, the iPhone will dominate the corporate market by June.

Previously: Looking for an iPhone killer.