mrtoken:sarahk8944: Thank you very much, we will definitely look into setting up a company icloud. The time being spent on this phone is crazy. We have had a long chat with Apple, they are somehow going to remove the device from that icloud. Don't know how, don't want to know just want it done. Thanks everyone for the advice. Valuable lessons learnt here.
That is the other way to do it (get apple to remove the device ID from the icloud account) but this can take so long to do and you have to prove the device is the companies etc.
It is a good idea what apple has done as if the device is stolen the people can't use it even after reloading the OS via DFU mode.
Just a bit of a pain if you have a number of devices to look after
Once you have setup the company ID for icloud make sure you turn off everything (keychain, backups etc) under icloud setting except find my iphone.
Also go into the General settings under about and change the device name to something like the users name, this way you can then log in to icloud with the company ID and use that to find phones, delete or lock them.
Like i said before they can still use their their apple ID for the app store and itunes etc.
If they really want to use icloud get them to sign something :)
Oh on another note we get our staff to sign something saying that they can use the devices for games etc however we are not held responsible for any lost personal data from a remote delete (had 1 guy go nuts because his device was wiped along with pictures of his grand kids first xmas pictures) and the devices "may" be tracked if needed.
sarahk8944: We have had a long chat with Apple, they are somehow going to remove the device from that icloud. Don't know how, don't want to know just want it done.
PhantomNVD: Icloud hack posted, pleas report back if successful?