The "iPhone at Work" page uses a combination of native Apple iPhone apps like calendar, and third party apps like OmniFocus and Micro Strategy to show-off how the device can be useful for companies. Apps available for the Apple iPhone with a business connotation include those for travel planning, making schedules and keeping in touch with fellow workers.
iPhone's support for Microsoft Exchange, enterprise Wi-Fi networks and Virtual Private Networks. Security is highlighted as is a discussion about using multiple iPhones to handout to employees. "Apple for Business" shows certain apps that can be used by companies while 'Profiles" gives success stories about companies like Lowe's and Standard Chartered that successfully integrated the Apple iPhone into their corporate culture. Lastly, the "Resources" page tells you where to find stories and guides to get your company started with the iPhone.
Had you asked top corporations back in 2007 when the Apple iPhone launched if they could ever see the day when an iPhone would replace their trusty BlackBerry at the office, most pinstriped execs would have told you that the iPhone was a fad or a toy at best. Now, 5 years later, the Apple iPhone is not only a household name but is one in the corporate boardroom as well.
source: Apple via AppleInsider