No, really. Robert Strohmeyer wrote an error-laden post, and instead of trying to justify it or dance around it, ala Dvorak and too many others, he apologized and corrected it.
Don't believe me? Read it yourself:
Dear readers,If only more folks would do that, what a bright world this would be.
Last Friday, I posted a commentary about the shortcomings of the iPhone with respect to business computing environments. Unfortunately, in my hasty exploration of the iPhone's software, I overlooked an important feature of the device and erroneously stated that the iPhone does not include support for virtual private networking. In fact, it does include VPN support. I also misstated that the iPhone does not open Word and Excel documents. What I had intended to say was that it cannot edit them. I deeply regret these errors, and I offer my sincere apologies to all of the readers of Networking Know-How and PCWorld.com.
The original text of the post follows.