BlackBerry 10 Delayed Until 2013
Top message: They used to be huge! by cweiss
Replying to: Re: increase in subscribers* by T Bone
BlackBerry still has its loyalists, of course. But RIM's business has always depended on enterprises that require their employees to carry BlackBerrys. The people that make those decisions are increasingly moving away from BB. Android and iOS now have the kind of security and device-management features that such enterprises require. Enough employees - including upper management - are begging to use iOS and/or Android. The people making these decisions are losing faith in RIM when they see BB10 pushed back over and over, not to mention the failure of the PlayBook to address real business needs.
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) isn't a fad, it's the future. That trend is only accelerating, and it's killing RIM, because now they actually have to compete with iOS and Android, and - so far - they can't.
- Re: increase in subscribers* by HawkeyeOC
- Re: increase in subscribers* by T Bone
- I'm not the only one by T Bone