Best Droid for entrepreneurship as of now?

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    Hello,

    An acquaintance of mine is leaving the corporate world and planning to go into business for himself. He's likely going to need to turn in his company iPhone.

    Would you recommend he consider a particular Droid (available already, or something that's coming out in the very near future which beats the pants off of the other models) for his new enterprise?

    Thank you very much!

    Jeff Deutsch
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    The SG4 comes with that security feature similar to blackberries lock out option. I just don't remember what it is called at the moment.
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    Any new phone out now can provide good security. I use an app called cerberus that allows me to track my phone via gps, remotely turn on or off the lock screen option, as well as create a new pin code. Very useful if an employee using the phone forgets the password or pin code. Other options include remote picture taking if your phone is stolen you can see what it sees, and remote wipe of the phone and sd card. Plus you can hide it from your app drawer so no one knows you have it.
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    Hear, hear, Droid Firefighter!

    Heck, my Motorola Pro (not quite cutting edge when it came out in the fall of '10; by the summer of '12 Verizon Wireless was giving 'em away free with new contracts) enabled password locking. Any smartphone that doesn't, isn't worthy of the name!

    As for security, Cerberus rules! A lifetime license right now costs < $4 -- even including your currency exchange fee -- and it protects five different Droid devices.

    Jeff Deutsch