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I am trying to port our corporate site to blackberry web browser and I am not sure if I must use BES.

We dont have push or message queuing for this site and its pretty much will be consuming APIs from main website to render blackberry web pages.

I am thinking if I can survive with just the MDS plugin.

Can anyone jot down 1 0r 2 points on why I must go with BES? advantages etc.

Really appreciate it.

Thank you!
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