Apple and SAP collaborate to bring business apps to the iPhone

John Leonard
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New tool to help developers create enterprise apps for the iPhone out end of March

Apple and SAP are to join forces, creating a tool to help developers create enterprise apps for the iPhone. The new tool, which will ease the integration of data from SAP applications with the i...

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