"News International, the arm of News Corporation in the United Kingdom, looked to offer top executives and editors a mobile solution that combined voice, data, and e-mail on a single device. The media giant considered a BlackBerry solution from Research In Motion, but decided against it because of concerns about cost, administration expense, and flexibility."
Nice to see another example of MS being chosen over RIM. I suspect we will see more of this now that the Blackberry Killers are rolling out. The Enterprise really needs to fully embrace Windows Mobile for it to really take off. I think now that this is now beginning to happen.
Source: Jason Langridge
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