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Enterprise

BlackBerry 7 rated most secure operating system

April 11th, 2012

Trend Micro on Wednesday named Research In Motion’s BlackBerry 7 OS as the most secure mobile operating system in a new report titled “Enterprise Readiness of Consumer Mobile Platforms.” The security firm compared four of the top mobile operating systems — Android 2.3, iOS 5, Windows Phone 7.5 and BlackBerry 7 — and found the Waterloo-based …

IBM and HTC partner to lure the enterprise market to Android

January 25th, 2012

IBM and HTC are working together to make Android a more attractive platform for the enterprise market. Executives from both companies recently demoed IBM software running on HTC smartphones and tablets during IBM’s Lotusphere and Connect conference, TechWeek Europe said recently. “It’s only been really relatively recently that HTC has broken into the enterprise space,” HTC’s …

Research In Motion pushing for sale to Samsung [updated]

January 17th, 2012

Research In Motion is currently weighing every single option it can think of in an effort to reverse a negative trend that is approaching a boiling point for investors. Reports that RIM is currently in talks to license its software to other vendors are accurate according to our trusted sources, though we have been told that RIM …

RIM intros BlackBerry Mobile Fusion with enterprise management for Android, iOS

November 29th, 2011

Research In Motion announced BlackBerry Mobile Fusion on Tuesday, its latest enterprise solution that will allow corporate IT departments to manage devices running both RIM’s own BlackBerry OS as well as tablets and smartphones running Android and iOS. “BlackBerry Mobile Fusion brings together our industry-leading BlackBerry Enterprise Server technology for BlackBerry devices with mobile device …

Microsoft Lync coming soon to Windows Phone, Android, BlackBerry, and iOS

November 23rd, 2011

Microsoft will soon launch Lync enterprise chat applications for iOS, Windows Phone, Android and BlackBerry devices. Australian tech enthusiast Gary Holden asked Microsoft’s official Australia Twitter account whether or not rumors were true that Lync would be released in the next four weeks, to which Microsoft Australia replied “Confirmed.” Lync provides an IM solution with integrated video, web …

Microsoft tears into Google, says it lacks a product roadmap

November 3rd, 2011

Microsoft’s senior director of online services Tom Rizzo recently published a blog post titled “Google Graveyard” that tore into Google’s practice of launching products and then killing them off shortly after. “Google customers are not finding tools they have been using over the years,” he explained. “Google releases experimental products and tracks adoption to determine …

RIM aims to bolster business sales with free PlayBook tablet offer

October 28th, 2011

Research In Motion this week revealed a limited-time offer that aims to bolster sales of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet to enterprise customers. Between now and December 31st, BlackBerry business customers who purchase two PlayBook tablets from an authorized reseller will get a third PlayBook for free. They will also receive one free premium accessory for …

iPad and iPad 2 dominate enterprise, represent 98% of tablet activations

October 20th, 2011

Apple’s iPad and iPad 2 tablets continue to dominate in the enterprise market, according to the Good Technology Device Activations Report for the third quarter of 2011. 4% of all tablet activations in the enterprise were for Android tablets, while the iPad and iPad 2 were responsible for 96% of activations. The iPhone 4 was …