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  • BlackBerry Positives: Short Interest, Goldman And Forbes Counter Samsung Knox [View article]
    How come you didn't clarify why they said it isn't safe?

    It's because BlackBerry PINs are device specific and cannot be changed even with a security wipe. The reason it is "Not Safe" is because if someone stole your phone they cold pretend it is you.

    Please stop trying to spread misinformation. PIN is still more than secure for the average user. It's only downfall is it is tied to one person and therefore could reveal your identity if someone knew what your PIN was.
    Feb 28, 2013. 12:11 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The DoD will open its networks to iOS (AAPL) and Android (GOOG) devices in Feb. 2014, as part of an effort to develop a "platform agnostic" device policy. That's a negative for BlackBerry (BBRY -3.7%), which currently accounts for 470K of the 600K mobile devices deployed by the DoD, and could be contributing to today's weakness. The DoD, which issued security guidelines for iOS/Android gear last year, adds it's looking to support BB10. (Home Depot[View news story]
    Come to think about it BBRY stands to profit more via the BYOD structure on BES10 licensing than selling their current BB7 devices. BB10 devices have nice margins so they will probably be better off with this movement.
    Feb 26, 2013. 02:22 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The DoD will open its networks to iOS (AAPL) and Android (GOOG) devices in Feb. 2014, as part of an effort to develop a "platform agnostic" device policy. That's a negative for BlackBerry (BBRY -3.7%), which currently accounts for 470K of the 600K mobile devices deployed by the DoD, and could be contributing to today's weakness. The DoD, which issued security guidelines for iOS/Android gear last year, adds it's looking to support BB10. (Home Depot[View news story]
    BES10 is the most cost effective solution for corporations to deploy, even from scratch, compared to most other solutions.

    BBRY will profit from the BYOD market that is forming over all other solutions. It is cheaper and has more features than other offerings.
    Feb 26, 2013. 02:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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