Originally Posted by NJBlackBerry
And if it is an ActiveSync device, what happens to the old "security security" myth?
This is a terribly thought out plan. Well, guess we will see what happens.
I'm sure a lot of CIOs are thinking "I can't wait for those new BB 10 devices to hit"...
I consider myself pretty "loyal" to RIM. I've been using a BB since the 950 (I recall you saying the same thing). However, I'm seriously considering the Lumia 900 right now. I KNOW we won't be spending any more money on RIM software going forward as an organization. Sure, we'll keep around the BES for the older devices and the cheap data-only plan ones. However, a few of the execs (and the president) are all using iPhones now. Having supported all the major platforms at this point, the one I'd consider moving my personal device to is Windows. I never thought I'd be saying that.......