Search results

  1. B

    Outlook Anywhere vs Activesync and Enterprise Security

    Thanks for all the links. I have already reviewed most of them. I also have sent across a 'request' to HQ to consider that seeks to draw comparisons to EAS but also relevance to our company owned SP2s (unlike the hotel faux-pas our data 'should' only be on the SP2). I can't answer your...
  2. B

    Outlook Anywhere vs Activesync and Enterprise Security

    Another related thought: while never having used it, doesn't MS offer its Office 365 suite, to enterprises and individuals, in a configuration that permits the client end to be a full blown Outlook client that connects via Outlook Anywhere to MS's Office 365 Exchange infrastructure? If so...
  3. B

    Outlook Anywhere vs Activesync and Enterprise Security

    Thanks for your confirmation, Diane. In order for me to convince my IT HQ of this, I doubt that they would accept anything but an MS tech document or a paper from another credible third party analyst. Do you have any guidance as to where I will find such? I have already spent half a day in...
  4. B

    Outlook Anywhere vs Activesync and Enterprise Security

    I would like to deploy new MS Surface Pro 2s (SP2s) installed with Windows 8.1 and MS Office 2013. I will keep these outside the corporate firewall so that users can install non company standard apps (as they currently do on iPads). However, unlike with iPads, they can enjoy a fully featured...
Top