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Old 10-26-2012, 09:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default BlackBerry losing grip in Washington

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This is the one area that RIM had a firm grip on. RIM needs to get BB10 out sooner rather than later if they want to stay in the market.

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Default Re: BlackBerry losing grip in Washington

The thing that's getting me about this is that the execs at RIM are still sipping on some awesome Kool-Aid make comments like this:

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RIM's VP of government solutions, Paul Lucier, said in a statement that he's "confident that BlackBerry is, and will continue to be, the best solution for government agencies."
C'mon man! Losing nearly 18,000 licensed customers from a Government agency indicates pretty clearly that RIM is no longer the best solution, and the execs pay absolutely no attention.
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