RIM Changes Name to Blackberry, Hoping For Fresh StartJanuary 30, 2013Research In Motion Ltd
is changing its name to BlackBerry, the company
announced on Wednesday, in move to refresh its tarnished image
as it begins marketing a reengineered line of BlackBerry 10
New BlackBerrys Coming Jan. 30: RIMNovember 12, 2012Research In Motion Ltd
plans to introduce its new line of BlackBerry 10 smartphones on
Jan. 30, the company said on Monday, giving investors a measure
of confidence that the long-awaited devices are nearing
Five Bad Arguments for Bring-Your-Own-DeviceSeptember 05, 2012BYOD advocates offer compelling reasons to adopt the policy within the insurance enterprise, but CEB TowerGroup research director Jason Malo says that none of the arguments hold up.
Insurers See Clouds on the HorizonJuly 23, 2012Cloud computing, SaaS and hosted solutions are expanding insurers’ outsourcing options and promise to help companies be more agile, competitive and cost-effective.
Insurers Arm Agents With iPad AppsMay 05, 2011Apple's sleek tablet has changed technology users' expectations forever, and insurance agents and producers increasingly are using their iPads to close the deal.
RIM CEOs Decide Best Defense is Good OffenseApril 11, 2011Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis vigorously defended their company to the New York Times, but they can't hide from the challenges it faces in the hyper-competitive enterprise mobile space.
The Next Platform War: Enterprise MobileJanuary 26, 2011While Apple and Google wrestle for the consumer market, a side battle is being waged in the business market between Apple and Research In Motion.
Insurers' Mobile Platform WarsDecember 15, 2010Consumer adoption of various smartphone brands is forcing insurance carriers to devise strategies for developing mobile apps for multiple operating systems -- or choose one and hope it comes out on top.
GEICO Brings GloveBox to BlackBerryDecember 14, 2010Following its release last week on Microsoft's Windows Phone 7, the auto carrier's flagship mobile app is now available on all major smartphone platforms.