Comments on BlackBerry scored with BB10 line, but game was overRon Miller looks at news & trends in the cloud & mobile industries.2013-04-26T17:41:09Zhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/mobile-cloud-view/blackberry-scored-with-bb10-line-but-game-was-over/feed/atom/By: Ron MillerRon Millerhttp://byronmiller.typepad.comhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/mobile-cloud-view/?p=1603#comment-7022013-02-01T11:58:56Z2013-02-01T11:58:56Zjp5472: You’re right. BB has had more than its share of self-inflicted blows and when it loses a loyal customer like you because of them, it doesn’t bode well for them.
]]>By: Ron MillerRon Millerhttp://byronmiller.typepad.comhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/mobile-cloud-view/?p=1603#comment-7012013-02-01T11:57:28Z2013-02-01T11:57:28ZGreginaz: Interesting. So even if you want BB they won’t let you choose it? In other words, you can choose any device so long as it’s iOS or Android? Did they give you a rationale for that? I have to say in an Bring Your Own Device era, I find that a bit surprising.
]]>By: jp5472jp5472http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/mobile-cloud-view/?p=1603#comment-7002013-01-31T17:06:42Z2013-01-31T17:06:42ZI was in the predicament last year of having just upgraded our BB systems servers to 5.0.3 w High Availabilty, by June 2012 was getting evaluations of Mobile Fusion Studio and thought there was a glimmer of hope as to our company sticking with BB, but then the Aug/Sep delays were announced. Without the product in hand, who can really fight the good fight for long? Your company is already on life support and yous suffer repeated delays even remain relevant. What a shame
]]>By: greginazgreginazhttp://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/mobile-cloud-view/?p=1603#comment-6992013-01-31T16:56:04Z2013-01-31T16:56:04ZMy company with 60,000 employees warned us they are discontinuing support for BB entirely and we need to get iOS or Android phones ASAP to replace our BB Bolds we have now. I was looking forward to upgrading but it’s not in the cards.