re: RIM BlackBerry Fusion: A Swing And A Miss?
In terms of investing, I only own mutual funds, and couldn't tell you what's in them. I have no ax to grind with RIM - in fact the BlackBerry Curve is the phone I use on a daily basis. I just don't think Fusion is going to be the thing to turn the company around, nor do I think it's necessarily going to be the way most companies will manage mobile devices.
In interviews with RIM executives it's clear that they they see one path for RIM devices, another for Android and iOS and haven't thought much (or at least won't say much) about Windows mobile devices. That's not going to make them a powerhouse in MDM, particularly when you have other vendors who are doing their best to allow IT organizations to apply uniform policies across devices.
That doesn't mean I don't think that RIM will still do well in certain applications (ones requiring high security as mentioned by another commenter are a good example), but overall, I'd be surprised to see wide scale adoption of Fusion. RIM just doesn't present itself as taking seriously the issue of integrating other platforms, at least not in the way that other MDM vendors do.