1. Ignitros's Avatar
    I have been thinking about purchasing one of these 2 phones and my concern is corporate security. Most of the people I work with use Blackberries because of the corporate exchange security for email and such. I was wondering if Android 2.0 has any kindof security exchange features like that and what type of corporate software is available for viewing and editing spreadsheets, word docs and such. I work for a fortune 500 landline based communications company and email security is a top priority for them.

    Any help or info would be greatly appreciated as I really love the things I'm reading about the Droid but since it's for work these things are a top priority.
    10-24-2009 10:31 PM
  2. TMH478's Avatar
    The Droid isn't secure at all compared to a Blackberry.
    11-10-2009 09:00 PM
  3. Swavek's Avatar
    The Droid can be configured to sync with Microsoft exchange/outlook email and you can get Documents 2 Go which will allow you to open up Microsoft Office documents/spreadsheets, etc...

    A view-only version is free in the Android marketplace which can be upgraded to the full version for about $30. Check the marketplace often since sometimes they have a half off sale.
    11-12-2009 03:50 PM
  4. mclarryjr's Avatar
    I just got the doc's to go for $14 so its on sale now!!!
    11-15-2009 11:03 AM