Blackberry Threatened Decline of the Market, Due to Server Problems

Written By Admin on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 | 7:23 PM

Technology - Disturbances that occur in the network's Research In Motion adds a heavy burden for the company. The reason, they were losing prestige in the corporate email market that had them mastered because employees are turning more and more. Users are now more and more of them to push email to devices like the Apple iPhone and iPad, as well as a more flexible system, using Google's Android software, in the office.

RIM is also facing scrutiny from some investors to break up the business, selling the company, or replace the top management of the company after poor results achieved last quarter and lonely on the market response to their Playbook tablet computer designed to challenge Apple iPad.
"Disorders that occur in the BlackBerry services come at a very bad for RIM criticized in recent months," said Malik Saadi, an analyst with Informa Telecoms & Media, as quoted by Reuters, October 12, 2011.

Saadi said a number of companies to see that this is a valid reason to re-evaluate their dependence on a centralized server to server and begin to invest more in corporate control. "This not only allows IT departments to minimize the risk of unexpected disruptions, but also can provide broader flexibility to employees to choose their preferred device," he said.

As is known, a number of network operators and users in Europe, Middle East and Africa to Tweet that email services and BlackBerry Messenger does not work start at around 11:00 GMT. According to the operator T-Mobile, they affected the BlackBerry network disruption that occurred throughout Europe.

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