said by FFH5:
In the long term, all this does is take their attention and money away from developing products and providing customer service.
No kidding. After last weeks mysterious outages and some ongoing handset trouble, my boss threw out the BlackBerry and picked up a Windows Mobile 6. I have to say, setting up the ActiveSync to work with our Exchange server was a lot less painless than getting a BES up and running, and DirectPush works just as fast as BES can push the e-mail to the BlackBerry. Overall, I can't say I really see the RIM advantage anymore.--
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