Rim News & Articles
| Wednesday Oct 12, 2011
Will fast growing smartphone penetration make it easier to integrate and implement services and applications across all relevant mobile and connected devices? Good question. It’s one that Netbiscuits set out to answer in their Mobile Web Metrics Report.
| Tuesday Oct 11, 2011
RIM's woes continue in Europe with users reporting a second outage in two days as the company struggles to recover from yesterday's major disruption and BlackBerry users flood Twitter with complaints, again.
| Thursday Oct 6, 2011
It’s the final day of the SharePoint conference in Anaheim, and there are just a few loose ends to tie up before leaving. While there has been a lot to think about over the past four days, there were a few releases that slipped under the radar from EntropySoft, RIM and CommVault, as well as early results of some interesting research from Forrester.
| Monday Sep 26, 2011
Content, not technology, will be the key selling point for Amazon's consumer-friendly device, named the Kindle Fire, which could see it succeed where the tech-obsessed models have failed, as Fox signs up as a Prime partner.
| Friday Sep 16, 2011
After HP's tablet firesale, and decision to sell off its PC unit, what will RIM do after announcing feeble sales of its PlayBook device during its latest quarterly figures, and will it fall to shareholder pressure to sell?
| Tuesday Aug 23, 2011
Hot on the heels of its BlackBerry7 devices announced earlier this month, RIM now goes for the mass market with a collection of new Curve keyboard-toting phones.
| Monday Aug 15, 2011
Businesses are increasingly warming up to the use of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets for productivity and improved collaboration. But while there is the need to ensure their data is secure when accessed on mobile devices, not everyone can afford big IT departments and dedicated hardware to manage their tech-related assets. With this in mind, Research In Motion (news, site) has launched a cloud-based management service for BlackBerry devices.
| Friday Jul 29, 2011
Struggling BlackBerry (news, site) continues to plug away at the holes in its user base with a new messenger update that aids multitasking.
| Monday Jul 25, 2011
Maker of the once uber-popular BlackBerry, Research In Motion (news, site), is doing everything it can to remain competitive. The company announced it is laying off a little over 10% of its 19,000-person staff and restructuring its leadership team. Will the changes be enough to improve performance at the troubled company?
| Thursday Jul 14, 2011
Even with everything that has been done to SharePoint 2010 since its release last year, including its incorporation into Office 365, migration of content and applications remains a problem. Binary Tree has taken a new approach to the problem with the release of their Application Transformation Framework (ATF) that supports the transformation of applications from Lotus Notes to Microsoft SharePoint.
| Tuesday Jul 12, 2011
Is the recent announcement by IBM to drop support for its Lotus collaboration software client on Research in Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry yet another signal that RIM (news, site) is about to meet its demise? It sure seems that way.
Editor's Note: IBM's public relations firms contacted us to dispute this news, saying it has not dropped support for the BlackBerry at all. See IBM's statement.
| Wednesday Jun 29, 2011
There’s no point in having, or developing, a business process management package unless users have access to it. With the holiday weekend, many users are going to be looking at mobility, but so has Appian (news, site), which announced enhancements to its mobile BPM capabilities including mobile image and document capture, as well as mobile access to task lists.
| Wednesday Jun 15, 2011
The noise has cleared but Research In Motion (RIM) may not like what it hears. Dolby has just filed lawsuits in District Court of Mannheim in Mannheim, Germany and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California against the maker of the popular business mobile device Blackberry.
| Friday May 27, 2011
Apple's stance on the smaller-format tablet is well known, but why is Google delaying Android 3.1 updates to smaller tablets?
| Wednesday May 11, 2011
Microsoft (news, site) has been going around the media since the announcement of the Skype deal, defending and explaining the benefits of the purchase.