PC World blogger Michael Scalisi looks at what goes into supporting iPhones in a Microsoft Exchange environment.
ScreenSharingMenulet gives you an easy-access menu for initiating Screen Sharing connections.
TrustDigital has released an updated version of its mobile device management software, with improved support for the iPhone, including the new 3GS model, and iPod touch.
If you are running Nagios on your network, have an iPhone or iPod touch, and need to be able to talk to Nagios from those devices, iNag is a no-brainer, even with some interface annoyances.
What's Goin Down 2.0 is a new version of the iPhone TCP server monitoring tool, now with a new user interface and expanded capabilities.
MacProxy lets you surf anonymously by routing all your Mac's Internet traffic through a Web proxy server, even if individual apps don't support proxies.
TeamViewer GmbH has released a Mac version of TemaViewer Manager, the database tool that works as part of their remote control software package.
The company plans to introduce changes to its family of Kbox appliances this summer that will let IT administrators manage Windows and Mac OS X machines from a single interface on a single appliance.
You've heard about copy-and-paste, Spotlight searches, and other consumer-friendly iPhone 3.0 features. But there's plenty in the update for corporate types, too.
FileWave has released a new version of Inventory (formerly Asset Trustee), now with support for a vendor and product database and other key improvements.