Originally Posted by Iare Tosevite
Yeah businesses will always trust RIM it seems. RIM devices is far more secure for government use, for example.
According to the general accounting office, several government agencies are moving away from Blackberry and to the iPhone. One fortune 500 company I do work for replaced all their Blackberry's and Nokia's with iPhones. I'm thinking RIM's security features, for these people anyway, didn't seem to be enough to keep them coming back to Blackberry. I think splitting up the 2 goofs in charge is a great idea the board had. I think they're the cause of RIM's slow response to the marketplace. I had various Blackberries for over 8 years, but left for Android. I just couldn't take all the defects and problems. The last replacement phone they offered, I turned down. Moving from one defective phone to another, got very frustrating. Love the keyboard. Love the messaging but, in the end, those things don't do me any good when the phone doesn't work.