Either you're joking, or you don't know that Research in Motion (aka RIM) are the makers of Blackberry.End User wrote:RIM?
Walkintarget wrote:Give me WebOS or give me dea ... errr, nevermind.
Security. Blackberries are all over the gov't space due to their enterprise-level encryption and secure telecommunications products. If Blackberry can provide a secure server capability with a corporate Android/iOS application, they would have an enterprise product that would sell like hotcakes. Plug the server component into your corporate Exchange server, put the BB app on your employee's phone and get a secure communications platform for corporate email, documents, IM, etc.notfred wrote: Why would you buy a RIM Android phone rather than one from the other manufacturers?
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