Thursday, June 21, 2012

Why Windows Phone 8 means the BlackBerry is doomed | Ars Technica

Considering the fact that Windows Phone 8 devices will essentially be mini-me mobile Windows 8 devices, the enterprise IT value proposition should be very strong
"While Microsoft is clearly targeting Google and Apple as its primary competitors with the Windows 8 phone features announced today, the company that has the most to lose with Microsoft’s full entrance into the enterprise mobile business is Research in Motion. Now in fourth place behind Android, iOS, and Symbian in market share, and with Microsoft starting to catch up, RIM was laying off thousands of employees just as Microsoft announced the enterprise-readiness of its next phone OS. And regardless of how rapidly enterprises embrace Windows Phone 8, Microsoft’s other mobile moves could deliver a knockout blow to RIM’s dominance of the enterprise."
Why Windows Phone 8 means the BlackBerry is doomed | Ars Technica
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