Research In Motion has finally released its next-generation Mobile Fusion device management platform - An upgrade to BlackBerry Enterprise Server, Mobile Fusion manages not only RIM’s smart phones and PlayBook tablets, but also devices running Apple Inc.’s iOS and Google Inc.’s Android operating systems.
Research In Motion announced lower-than-expected fourth quarter fiscal earnings Thursday, as concerns over the company’s future continue to mount. It also announced the resignation of former co-CEO and board member Jim Balsillie.
The BlackBerry maker reported quarterly revenue of $4.2 billion, down 19 percent from the $5.2 billion reported in the previous quarter and down 25 percent from the $5.6 billion it reported in the same quarter last year.
I’m Adrian Stone, and I am the Director of the BlackBerry Security Incident Response Team (BBSIRT) here at Research In Motion. The BBSIRT is responsible for responding to potential security issues and investigating vulnerability claims that may impact RIM’s products. Security is a priority for our customers, and that’s why I’ll be contributing regularly to this blog. For my first post, I want to provide some insight into how we investigate and respond to jailbreak-related reports.
Thousands of Android Apps Available on PlayBook, Says RIMRIM PlayBookResearch In Motion said that "thousands" of Android apps are already in the Android player launched one week ago as part of the PlayBook OS 2.0 update.
Research In Motion spent the early years of their development focussing on the demands of the corporate business user, while continually refining their products and services, along with evolving them all. In the beginning, the rise of popularity within the BlackBerry society was purely down to the availability and access to email away from the computer.