RIM leads in phones letting employees use own devices on job
Jan 13, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The News Journal
Research In Motion Ltd., VMware Inc. and Red Bend Software Inc. are working to give phones a split personality, seeking an edge in the emerging market for tools that let employees use their own gadgets on the job.
Tel Aviv, Israel
#1 Jan 13, 2013
Something good is going on in this company...
And i like it!(:
#2 Jan 13, 2013
I've been reading up a lot on RIM news and all points to a successful launch of BB10. Can't wait until it's out because I'm getting it. I'm sure their stock price will continue to go up, probably $15 by end of January 2013.
#3 Jan 19, 2013
RIM will become huge again for these reasons:
1.the brains behind the software and interface of the new operating system and device is the co founder of QNX system that runs Blackberry etc widely acknowledged as one of the greatest OS ever developed
2. RIM has a large user base eager to change up to the new devices
3. RIM still has large cash reserves and income
4. RIM is the only phone OS officially certified for use in US government (at the moment)
5. RIM is independent of Android and Apple who are at odds with one another.
6. Apple is losing market share
7. QNX is widely used in many other operating systems such as manufacturing controls and auto industry applications, medical industry tools etc
8. Indonesia is RIM largest customer and very loyal to the Blackberry brand
9. The US has a lot of room for new phone users with only about 53% market penetration having mobile devices.. that leaves a lot of room for new customers
10. From the leaked videos of the new Z10 Blackberry the user interface, the swipe functions, the menu operations, cameras, voice commands, and browser speeds... all appear superior to Android and Apple OS
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