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Old March 22, 2012, 04:16 PM
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In a play that many saw as a mark of a beginning of an exit from the hardware market, Research in Motion (RIM) released the Blackberry Mobile Fusion a hardware agnostic evolution of their current Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) technology in late November. Now, it appears that the company is doubling-down on their efforts to expand Mobile Fusion to the iOS platform.
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Wow, definitely desperate times for RIM. Interesting change in direction, though I see this just impacting hardware sales further.
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Old April 3, 2012, 04:57 AM
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BlackBerry - Mobile Fusion - Manage BlackBerry iOS & Android Devices in Canada

You misses more than 1/2 the details on this one Sam. This is also aimed at Android. Not sure how they can make the Android environment secure but iOS should not be too difficult.
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