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How IT Views RIM's Future: Exclusive Research

IT professionals have strong feelings about RIM, its products, and its plight. But the real issue is end user device preference.
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IT pros universally think that RIM isn't the market leader. It's a matter of whether the lead is completely lost, or whether RIM is simply in the process of losing it.

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2/4/2012 | 5:24:04 PM
re: How IT Views RIM's Future: Exclusive Research
It is understandable the situation RIM faces now because RIM is a real singer, but Apple or Google is a pop star. Of course pop star has more audiences, but we'll know a real singer has better taste and style. 80% more people don't have professional knowledge to the electronic devices.
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