Originally Posted by dyrianq
Of course RIM is not immune to bugs, but what most people don't realize is that RIM has a multi-billion infrastructure to support this end-to-end security, e.g the NOC, BES, etc. Google and Apple don't.
Now you've changed the subject. I don't see how their multi billion dollar investment would protect anything when there is a security flaw that leaves the handset vulnerable to attack. I mean, if I had fallen victim to the PDF vulnerability or the Active X vulnerability, no email from RIM telling me how much money they had spent on their infrastructure would make me feel any better about being hacked. Just sayin.