Support for SSL-VPN in the new iPhone OS 4.0 will increase the options for enterprises wanting to bring the iPhone securely into their corporate IT environment, but further enhancements may still be needed.
The press has been full of Telstra's upcoming LTE trials and the names of its chosen vendors. LTE is sexy because it promises us downloads of YouTube videos and lots of other good stuff at speeds undreamt of a few years ago, but it is only one part of the story, and not even the most important part.
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