Samsung to Debut Enterprise Platform at MWC

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sacre

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Sigh. Competition is awesome, means better products for us.

But don't drive out the competition, or else we end up having to pay large amounts for your overpriced products specifically.

Give BB a chance to grow again so we have more choices. Cause right now its "Choppy laggy Galaxy S3" or "Non-customizable enclosed iPhone 5". I want more then 2 choices, having BB makes me smile a bit more.

 

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RIM is not as healthy as it once was... The iPhone entered the enterprises market completely by mistake (Apple's business model was never directed towards enterprises) and exits it the same way. And as much as I like Nokia's last iterations, we have to admit that is not selling in important volumes. I still stick to HTC which have a few extra features that make it nicer to use for professionals but no Android manufacturer can offer enterprise class management features.
So there's clearly a large avenue there for Samsung, but I hope that the competition recovers quickly: this not so ethical company has received way too much money, attention and power already.
 
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