Correct me if I'm wrong, but it seems like Apple hasn't really thought this through on an Enterprise level. Note, I'm not concerned with thieves -- I'm concerned with the employees we'll be handing these out to. So I can enable "Find My iPhone" on a corporate iPhone. But, it's easy enough to turn that off. I found that I can go into "Restrictions" and disable access to "Location Services," which is where "Find My iPhone" lives. But, then it's still easy enough to just blow away the iCloud account completely, which in turn blows away the "Find My iPhone" settings. The only other thing I can do is in "Restrictions" is remove access to "Accounts." But if I do that, now the user has no ability to control the password on their other email accounts, including their enterprise Exchange account. So, when our "change your password once every xx days" policy rolls around, they have no way of changing it on their phones. Anyone else find a way to enforce "Find My iPhone" without locking down everything else???