1. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    .... that makes $25b, quite a sum. That's "BlackBerry's money", if we allow ourselves to look at it from a 2007 view...

    CEO Tim Cook Says Apple Is Eyeing the Enterprise Market | Sci-Tech Today

    Apple's consumer devices have found acceptance in the enterprise. So has has Android. To me, that means BlackBerry's move to offer a secure competing product with Android is the right decision for now...

    (Demand is caused by the consumer wanting to use the devices and apps they know. Or they will go rogue and use them anyway, disregarding any security considerations, such as using Dropbox for confidential documents - the user wins, you can't get rid of them! - but rather accommodate!).

    What do you think?

    :-D

      Ahoy, Privateers...! :-)  
    10-01-15 06:04 PM
  2. app_Developer's Avatar
    I think you're exactly right about demand. That's why I agree with the decision to at least try making an android phone.


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    10-01-15 07:21 PM
  3. kumarsanjeev82's Avatar
    That's a strategic decision that BlackBerry has taken keeping in mind the market share of Android which at least help them to be in the market and channeling their efforts towards BB10 as well.. hope the BlackBerry PRIV is accepted widely...

    With Z10 STL-1 10.3.2.2474
    10-01-15 11:54 PM
  4. lawliet4401728's Avatar
    Big deal, it's about 90% for BlackBerry

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    10-04-15 11:27 AM
  5. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    Big deal, it's about 90% for BlackBerry
    10-04-15 11:29 AM
  6. pantlesspenguin's Avatar
    Big deal, it's about 90% for BlackBerry

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    Source? I'm confused with what you're trying to say here.
    10-04-15 12:07 PM
  7. JeepBB's Avatar
    Big deal, it's about 90% for BlackBerry
    Apparently, 87.6% of statistics are made-up on the fly.
    10-04-15 12:43 PM
  8. app_Developer's Avatar
    Apparently, 87.6% of statistics are made-up on the fly.
    So 90 x 87.6 means that 78% of statistics in large enterprises are made up on BlackBerry's?

    Securely made up, of course.


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    10-04-15 12:53 PM
  9. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    Hey, I'm Prem, but that wasn't meant as a joke & jest thread, haha... :-)

    -------

    On topic:

    I think Apple's success in enterprise partly stems from the very low efforts required to train anyone on an iPhone (as one of the mainstream offerings). Its use is regarded as self-explanatory and self-evident. Honestly, would anyone even accept a training session for iPhone without feeling ridiculed...?

    :-)

      Ahoy, Privateers...! :-)  
    10-05-15 04:32 AM
  10. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    Hey, I'm Prem, but that wasn't meant as a joke & jest thread, haha... :-)

    -------

    On topic:

    I think Apple's success in enterprise partly stems from the very low efforts required to train anyone on an iPhone (as one of the mainstream offerings). Its use is regarded as self-explanatory and self-evident. Honestly, would anyone even accept a training session for iPhone without feeling ridiculed...?

    :-)

      Ahoy, Privateers...! :-)  
    LOL. I would.

    But one also had to look at the enterprise tools available on iOS.
    10-05-15 02:33 PM
  11. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    LOL. I would.

    But one also had to look at the enterprise tools available on iOS.
    The iPad has been touted as something that doesn't need a manual or no one would ever read one.... :-)

    (I actually started doing exactly that last night, ... and I'm gonna finish it, haha!)

    On topic:
    If the Priv sells and helps avoiding "shadow IT" for corporations and their sysadmins, I'm happy for them. It's a problem!


     Ahoy, Privateers, ... get ready for some data piracy...! ;-) 
    10-09-15 12:08 AM

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