The Enterprise market deserts RIM.
RIM risks losing out on the crucial enterprise market they once owned clearly. Electronista reports that a Goldman Sachs analyst is advising holders to sell RIM stock. Plans for corporations to shrink their Berry use rose from 4% in October to 21% in August. Desire to expland BlackBerry use is down to 54%, a sharp drop from last year's 68%.
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Uncertainty about BlackBerry plans is up to 13%, a new high (2% was the previous year). This is very bad news for RIM. They've had trouble moving into the mainstream smartphone market with much success, and now their fortress-niche is being threatened. Businesses are starting to look towards Android and iPhone, as RIM's insistence on using "proven" last gen technology draws increasing ire.