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As more entrepreneurs settle into mobile lifestyles, demand foron-the-go access to business information has increased. So far,options have been limited by functionality or cost. But a newcompany in Phoenix, 4SmartPhone, has come to ease the pain ofgrowing businesses. It offers mobile access to e-mail, calendar,contacts and even shared files for prices starting at $99 peryear.
Patrick Gilbert, CEO of 4SmartPhone, says the company'starget audience is businesses that generally don't have an ITstaff, with one to 25 users for whom mobility is a must. To takefull advantage of their services, Windows Mobile devices such asthe Motorola MPx220, the Samsung i600 smartphone or the AudiovoxPPC4100 PDA from AT&T Wireless are your best bets. These allowfor active over-the-air synchronization so you don't have touse your cradle. And the service works with any wireless provider."We're carrier-agnostic," says Gilbert.
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