The G1 vs. the iPhone

How the two 3G smartphones stack up against each other

Enterprise features One of the things that has made the iPhone so appealing to enterprise users in recent months has been that it now has access to Microsoft's Exchange ActiveSync, a licensed data synchronization protocol whose built-in support will give IT departments the ability to set password policies, set up VPN settings and perform remote data wipes on iPhones that have been lost or stolen. Apple also said that the iPhone would soon have access to Cisco IPsec VPN, which the company says will "ensure the highest level of IP-based encryption available for transmission of sensitive corporate data." The G1, on the other hand, won't have any of these crucial enterprise applications built into it, although Google is quick to point out its open-source platform will obviously allow developers to create any enterprise applications they want.

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