The Q - Motorola's Super Thin Smartphone
What should the makers of Blackberry do?
Doesn't have push email??? Are you SMOKING CRACK... Windows Mobile 5 will have push email that is equal to blackberry without the cost of a server. Blackberry better start making some better devices because Microsoft is gunning for them. And with devices like this, the HTC Universal and the 25 other Windows Mobile phones that will be coming out in the next year they will start to eat away at RIM's "Domination" of the wireless email market. IT guys want less work, not more. Why buy a BES when you can just run Windows Server 2k3 with a WM5 device.
nskgti has it right on the mark. There are several reasons why companies will want this device over the Blackberry. First, it runs a version o...
Blackberries are the standard corporate device. It will take lots of time and effort to switch all of the users over to a new device. How many companies you think want to buy say 50 new devices @ $500 each, when they have ALREADY bought BES.
Plus you all seem to be assuming that ALL companies already are running windows and only windows, not true anymore.
New companies making a choice may go the Moto Q route but dumping blackberries that they already have won't happen anytime soon.
Both Windows Mobile and Symbian have browsers that support SSL/TLS for HTTPS web browsing. Nokia's built in email client supports TLS for authentication.
If NTP gets what they want while this settlement is pending, which I don't think will happen, to have the selling and use of BB's in the US to stop until the settlement of this lawsuit. During the course of this settlement, RIM's stock will continue to take a nose dive.
There are many companies out there trying to get the edge on BB with the push email. With this lawsuit, BB hasn't been able to do any new production, so that gives these other companies the time to get their thing together. Soon BB won't have the edg...
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