Is your iPhone more secure than your laptop?

Tuesday, 3 July 2007, 12:15 AM EST

Amid the hullabaloo around introduction of the iPhone last week, we were once more reminded of how porous data centers really have become. MIT analysts and security columnists felt compelled to put forth words of warning regarding the grave security risks associated with allowing an iPhone to gain entrance into the enterprise data realm. In some ways, their admonitions, while valid, strike me as a case of too little too late.

At Computerworld.

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