As discussed last week, Blackberry (RIM - Research in Motion), continues to show signs of life.
The most important question for them is "What's the discriminator?" If its more of the same on the hardware side of we are seeing from Apple and Samsung - Why?
If its more of what we're seeing from Windows 8, iOS, and Android - Why?
Then whatever happened to all that traction they got in government and enterprise circles with BES (Blackberry Enterprise Server)?
Are we looking for a new idea?
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Thanks to Jonny Evans and ComputerWorld
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