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To migrate or not to migrate to the BlackBerry 10...that is the question many companies are pondering. Several factors companies must consider while debating migration include: The touchscreen-keyboard Z10, the physical-keyboard Q10 and the available apps. Would you consider migrating to the...
Jeff Holleran, Blackberry's senior director of enterprise product management, claims that the new Blackberry 10 operating system in conjunction with the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 provides the best mobile and BYOD system for both owners and companies. Do you think he’s right and do you...
As RIM prepares for the much anticipated release of the BlackBerry 10, the company continues its fall in the smartphone market. Will the BlackBerry 10 revive RIM? What are your expectations for it?