I bet that once the MDM code for the BES10 Secure Work Spaces got done to talk to the SRP infrastructure, 90pc of the work to make BBM work on those platforms was done too.
or they could allow the F-22 to be sold abroad - OR EVEN JUST WITHIN NORAD - where it would be a far better fit for Canada's Arctic Patrol requirement than the single engine F-35 - after all that's what USAF themselves fly out of Alaska to intercept pesky Russian varmints flying too close to Sarah Palin's house. (Although RCAF would probably want a probe and drogue refuel which would complicate matters)
before pensioning off Presto...
who obliterate the competition in a computing segment with "free" and then toss it in the trash.
Nokia are still "gauging demand"
That's nice. We might be deploying Nokias if they actually just got off their ass and made some, but instead we'll continue to wait on Blackberry Q10 as the only other enterprise ready device with a physical keyboard, which is what our USERS want.
From the Summary: This has to be seen as a massive vote of 'no confidence' from someone who was on the inside long enough to know what's going on in the company."
The guy who was desperately trying to buy an NHL franchise while Blackberry were spinning its wheels in the face of Android and iPhone? Yeah, that guy knew what was going on all right.
and give your students eyestrain while they learned because DAMMIT MY PROF COULDN'T PRINT OR DRAW EITHER.
I had one prof who spoke in a low voice and thus half the class became disinterested and talked among themselves so you really learned nothing unless you snagged a chair in the first three rows. Naturally, they promoted him to Dean.
because it bought an existing OS business (QNX). That they decided to use QNX for phones does not nullify that other existing revenue stream, or any decision to double down on it for telematics etc.
Student Joe P. Bloggs enrolls in 2013 and receives Student Services ID 13123456, IT therefore gives him:
You're not giving away the store by embedding the full ID number but 3 initials (could use X for those who don't have one) and 5 digits would probably have few collisions
you were doing it wrong. BES isn't about mail/calendar as much as about policies, including custom policies for apps.
until Marco Rubio finds proof of it in the bible.
You got a free, uncontracted bonus from their cable service in the form of analog channels. Now you won't, but describe this as giving you the finger. Why should they continue to provide you content at no cost over their infrastructure when it is not mandated by statute that they do so, particularly when you retain an alternative, albeit one you consider unsightly?
I can only assume you have some sort of crazy high bandwidth cap - otherwise how will you rationalise the extra expense of a more expense net plan to take the hit Netflix will impose?
I realise this may not be a popular opinion but I really don't see what it is you think the cable company owes you.
Surely the State medical boards should be reminding doctors that they are there to treat ILLNESS, not act as equivalents to the team "medical consultants" on your average Tour de France team or whatever.
If that's the case the market price will reflect that. But if you're wrong then the IPv4 crash is staved off a while and some ageing tech companies get a nice shot in the arm cash wise.