Now this goes out to all the business professionals everywhere who always thought that having a black berry device will make them fit into the arena of business tycoons more than ever, that it is dying, the enigma that started this all, the black qwerty phones and the wonderful way it connects to that service inside is amazing but everything good comes to an end, sorry.
The BlackBerry may not be dead, but it's dying. New research from Enterprise Management Associates says that 30 percent of BlackBerry users in companies with more than 10,000 users will move to a different mobile platform in the next year. That would move Research in Motion's standing in large enterprise into that of a minority OS. Today, 52 percent of users in such organizations "actively" use a BlackBerry for work purposes, EMA reports; a 30 percent reduction would bring that total to 36 percent. Even their own professionals say that its ending and its on the declining stages and it just cant keep up with the growth of the market where one thing is newer than the newest.
And most still using Black Berries expected to drop their RIM devices in the next two years. The reason for BlackBerry's seemingly terminal condition is no surprise outside of RIM: The platform is dated and not that good. Designed as a very efficient messaging platform, the BlackBerry remains really good at text messaging and email when used with
RIM. Only 14 percent of BlackBerry users are satisfied with their devices, EMA found, versus 44 percent of I Phone owners. Plus, users do much more with I phones and Android smart phones than they can do with a BlackBerry, whose applications are limited and awkward. And only a few recent BlackBerry models have capable Web browsers to say the least. The only difference is that business users are favoring is devices over Android, due to ions better security. In fact, stats on devices in use by enterprise customers -- those who manage users' devices -- show that I phones are used about twice as often in the workplace as Android devices, mobile device management vendor Good Technology has reported.
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