RIM Is Changing

Over the past week, we've been discussing Apple's potential influence in the enterprise. We've talked about why CIOs might want to go all-in with the company's products, and what you can expect if you do. Now that Apple's iPhone 4S has had its "big reveal," it's going to be harder than ever for you to say "no" to the use of Apple's iPads, iPhones and Macs in your organization. Here are 10 reasons why.


Research In Motion's BlackBerry smartphones and BlackBerry Enterprise Server have been the CIO's ally in the mobile space for quite some time. But, RIM is starting to become far more Apple-like in its product designs and software as it strives to court consumers. In the process, it's making some CIOs wonder whether it still deserves its place as a leading enterprise provider.

This article was originally published on 10-03-2011
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