went out with a few friends sat. night.
all former BB addicts...
all have have all switched to iphone... and haven't looked back.
macro-market-share channel check complete.
Yeah this was the play in 2010 and 2011....knowing people were gonna dump their BB's for other phones and shorting BB or buying puts......but now all that has played out....and the stock is down 90%.... what's next is all that matters!
Well to tell the truth, I've never done any research on the whole security thing before. The one thing I do know is, I've never read anything about a phone being hacked? I mean, how many people hack phones, really?
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Confirms BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 Deployment
May 15, 2013
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BlackBerry Live 2013, Orlando, FL – BlackBerry® (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB) today announced that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) is currently deploying BlackBerry® 10 and BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the largest sheriff’s department in the nation, has tested the advanced mobile computing and communication features of BlackBerry 10 and is now deploying BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10. “Technology is moving fast, and the BlackBerry 10 platform is a viable secure platform that can help us keep up,” said Commander Scott Edson of the Technical Services Division. “I have personally tested devices on many smartphone operating systems and I think the BlackBerry 10 platform is a homerun. It’s very secure right out of the box, a great benefit to government and business, and is designed to make your various communication methods more efficient.”
An existing BlackBerry customer, LASD employees throughout the organization typically use their BlackBerry smartphones for messaging, calendar, access to the Department’s intranet, and access to documents stored in a shared or private server. A move to BlackBerry 10 leapfrogs the organization’s mobile computing capabilities giving users unmatched security with no compromise to their intuitive and efficient user experience.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
remember when rimtards trivialized home depot ditching blackberry?
i'm trying to make it easy for your people, but you keep shooting yourselves in the foot.
(can't have it both ways)