Studies see RIM losing corporate market share

10/21/2011 | Network World · PC Magazine

An increasing number of larger companies plan to abandon their BlackBerrys in the coming year, according to an Enterprise Management Associates study. EMA said that among businesses of at least 10,000 employees, 30% of the BlackBerry users indicated they would defect to competing platforms, a development that would severely hit Research In Motion's current 52% market share in this space. In another study, Good Technology found that more than 7 in 10 new enterprise mobile activations went to iOS phones and tablets in the third quarter.

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