BlackBerry 10: Five Questions CIOs Should Ask —WSJ CIO Journal Reviewed by Momizat on . Considering Technology, Integration, and the Future Clint Boulton at the WSJ CIO Journal reports:  Research in Motion Ltd. Wednesday [tomorrow] is introducing t Considering Technology, Integration, and the Future Clint Boulton at the WSJ CIO Journal reports:  Research in Motion Ltd. Wednesday [tomorrow] is introducing t Rating: 0
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BlackBerry 10: Five Questions CIOs Should Ask —WSJ CIO Journal

Considering Technology, Integration, and the Future

Clint Boulton at the WSJ CIO Journal reports:  Research in Motion Ltd. Wednesday [tomorrow] is introducing two smartphones based on its new BlackBerry 10 operating system software, giving CIOs yet another platform to consider supporting at a time when consumers are bringing in their own smartphones to use at work. CIOs are skeptical about the uncertainty surrounding RIM’s ability to continue to compete against Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., which, thanks in large part to the BYOD phenomenon, have eroded the Waterloo, Ontario-based smartphone maker’s share of the corporate market for mobile devices.

RIM is hoping the new devices and software will convince CIOs that it’s serious about reclaiming its corporate crown. Here are five questions CIOs are wrestling with:

  1. Will I have to replace my existing BlackBerry Enterprise Server to use the new BB10 phones? 
  2. How much does BES10 cost?
  3. How much are the monthly service charges to connect to BES?
  4. Can I manage iPhone and Android smartphones on BES10?
  5. Will my current BlackBerry apps run on the new BB10 platform? 

Bonus question: Will your employees like the new BlackBerry phones and platform? 

Find out the answers to all of these questions in the full piece here

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