"[There is] lots and lots and lots of concern for those of us in-house to make sure we’re doing everything we can to work with our own teams, to work with our technical people and to make sure that we’re availing ourselves of the best possible technology so that if we get hacked and if we get sued we can at least proffer the defense that we did everything reasonably possible to prevent it."
"What we all need to start thinking about is how we manage the data and how we manage the apps. If we look at MDM -- mobile application management -- and corporate data leak prevention, that is how we look at enterprise mobility management and that’s how we need to look at it holistically."
BlackBerry chief marketing officer Frank Boul said his company is constantly searching for new ways to boost its profits, particularly in today's challenging economic climate.
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), an agency that reviews plane accidents and significant incidents involving other forms of transportation, is motoring forward with Apple iPhones instead of Blackberrys.