Jason, 04 Jul 2014What is blackberry services? Never even heard about it... The CEO is just jealous.What is Blackberry service??? you must be a kid dont u know BIS or BES?
max, 04 Jul 2014There is no such thing as "secure" phone.In my country some dude that made illegal b... moreYes, BalckBerry devices are also prone to hacking/intercepting if security features are not enabled and properly set up.
"Android" and "security" shouldn't be allowed to be used in the same sentence.
The thing is BB aint going to be here for much longer as no one is buying there phones.
Most of the mobile phone users are not educated in the security of mobile services.
There is many good features in the BlackBerry, that you will not find in the Android or Apple products.
this guy nailed actually he has a very good point and he knows what he's saying.. i just hope that its not all about the enterprise...
MCRL, 04 Jul 2014You're too late. Try searching BES (specially BES12) and QNX and it will enlighten you on how ... morefact is the nsa has various secure wirewalls and servers and routers from cisco all the way to hp and so on already hacked with bugs straight into the kernel of those devices. they have so much stuff already hacked that i'm sure they got something already deployed for bb's servers. just google vagrant nsa firmware.
MCRL, 04 Jul 2014You're too late. Try searching BES (specially BES12) and QNX and it will enlighten you on how ... moreThere is no such thing as "secure" phone.In my country some dude that made illegal businesses with the state money and used a BlackBerry to communicate was intercepted by the stone age intercepting equipment our authorities have.
let's give each his right:
1- Blackberry: security+ productivity+ battery life
2- Android: openness, easy to use
3- Apple: general experience and UI
4- Windows: camera and hmmm
these things will not change in the near future and Knox's attempt is just another way a platform in getting on the offense in other' platforms stronghold. Blackberry is very well established and itself on the offense/defense both on the enterprise front and still releasing services and features. my point is each platform has its pros and cons which are unbeatable for time being and we give respect for the try.
clearly this guy is at the helm...which explains why blackberry is just selling millions of phones . i mean who buys bb ? 5 people a year and 2 get returned ? lol. i bet he didnt even come up with his self addressed monologue.
The average consumers don't need ubër security. Not that there's anything wrong with it. Just don't expect people to flock to BB for that singular reason.
Jason, 04 Jul 2014What is blackberry services? Never even heard about it... The CEO is just jealous.You're too late. Try searching BES (specially BES12) and QNX and it will enlighten you on how secured BlackBerry is. He's not jealous, just stating facts.