Originally Posted by Aroc
Examples of this just go to show that Research in Motion is a hardware company (buy a bunch of handhelds and get free software) at the end of the day.
I'm not entirely certain that's true. Someone wanting 100 CALs and willing to spend the money for the hardware is probably to have to pay for the CALs too. RIM needs to compete against Microsoft in the small business space and wants its foot in the door of larger businesses.