Since its release of the first BlackBerry device in 1999, Research in Motion (RIM) has risen as a superpower in enterprise mobility devices. Even President Obama said he couldn't live without his BlackBerry when he stepped into office. With so many businesspeople depending on the BlackBerry, in spite of iPhone and Android popularity, the channel still has ample opportunity to wrap services and other mobility offerings around RIM's creations, particularly when the company releases its new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet in April.
This article was originally published on 2011-04-07
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