BlackBerry announced a cross-platform suite of applications and services at MWC in Barcelona. BlackBerry Experience Suite will be available for iOS, Android, and Windows hardware later this year.
The Canadian manufacturer’s ambitious solution will consist of three major bundles of apps and services. They are focused on productivity, communication, and security.
BlackBerry Experience Suite will bring the company’s traditional strengths, headed by the highly-regarded BlackBerry Hub to a wider audience. The move is in line with the company’s plan to increase its revenues from offering software services.
This is absolutely a good strategy. While the consumer hardware advances every year, the software doesn’t, and lacks the maturity and security enterprises need. BlackBerry does, and can take advantage of its unique managed network to give it an ...
I think its a great move, however we have to see how this will work eventualy sa Apple,Wimdows do have some limitativni on "exploting" their platform Being lock to use ("must use" ) their solutions. Personally I think bb has best ...
Now i'm confused. Was gagging for BlackBerry to release a high specced all touch device. now I may be gagging for an android device to run like a BlackBerry 10 smart phone. Suppose it doesn’t really matter in the end. Can't take ios serio...
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