Originally Posted by Good_Guy
Your point? To my company this means RIM has taken all possible scenarios in to consideration and no matter what happens they have a viable path for us to follow.
That is fantastic. Zero cost, zero worries. If it happens (which is a big if), then probably it will be a weeks worth of testing and then having our users in the USA update their devices (which they are used to doing or in some cases used to making someone do it for them) which will take a few minutes.
One of our idiot VP's demanded we have a 3 hour meeting to discuss our options. It lasted 10 minutes - the moment the relevant IT Director said "no cost, normal upgrde process" the meeting was stopped.