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BlackBerry new CEO says “BES” coming to Windows Phone

| January 13, 2014 | 9 Replies

 

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CrackBerry reports that newly appointed CEO, John Chen, will be allowing BlackBerry Exchange Server (BES) on Windows Phone.

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I could put a sales team on Wall Street. I know how to do this up and down Wall Street …  we will go in and tell them why BES is the best thing for them, and go through the road map, the offerings, and all that good stuff. We’re going to protect their investment in iPhone, and Android, and everywhere else, even with Windows Phones.

Whilst you may not use it (perhaps you’re an “Exchange” person), it’s always good to have options. BES used to be one of BlackBerry’s unique plays for their OS. But since no one is biting, then it’s better for them to make something out of their situation rather than throwing it all away.

BlackBerry and WP/Nokia were fighting for third place. This shows more and more than 2014’s options will be that trio.

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Via: WPC

Cheers Prashant for the tip!

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