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BlackBerry Q5 Review: The Affordable, BlackBerry 10 QWERTY Smartphone

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The BlackBerry Q5 was announced at BlackBerry World 2013 in Orlando, Florida. The smartphone bills itself as an affordable and modern QWERTY smartphone that has all the apps you expect on BlackBerry 10, coupled with the productivity and ease of messaging that BlackBerry is known for. So does it live up to expectations? Read on and see.
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“The App That Scares Me The Most is Evernote” #GTEC13

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At GTEC 2013, Citrix’s Chief Security Strategist, held a session titled “MDM: How to Develop and Implement Policies to Manage and Secure Mobile Devices”. There was a lot of really interesting discussion around the changing pace of mobile adoption and how IT should handle common problems such as BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and CYOD (Choose Your Own Device).

One of the more interesting quotes from the session was: “the app that scares me the most is Evernote”. This quote came from a discussion around apps and how to protect data given the explosion of consumer apps and data storage fragmentation. Why does it scare IT so much? It’s actually a very pragmatic reason.
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BlackBerry At #GTEC13 Talking Enterprise Mobility

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BlackBerry was at GTEC 2013 in Ottawa, talking to its most loyal customer: government. In terms of enterprise mobility topics, BlackBerry is focused on BES 10, Multi-Platform Enterprise Mobility Management, security and BlackBerry 10.
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5 Technologies That Will Disappear and 5 That Will Grow Exponentially #GTEC13

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The Government Technology conference is in Ottawa this week and it’s interesting to see what the hot topics are. This year, the biggest issues are centered around apps, BYOD, cybersecurity and general mobility. It got me thinking about what technologies will disappear in the coming years, and which will be increasingly important. What will governments be concerned about 50 years from now? As a discussion point, here are 5 technologies that are disappearing and 5 that are going to become ubiquitous.
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5 Reasons Why Evernote is the Perfect BlackBerry 10 Company

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BlackBerry built a world-renowned reputation for being the go-to device for all things business and productivity. In a sense, the consumer shift has hurt the company because it created a split personality in the company. With BlackBerry 10, the company has partnered with Evernote, an awesome move that makes sense for a lot of reasons. Here are 5 reasons why this partnership is great for the platform.
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10 Enterprise and SME Apps We Want On BlackBerry 10

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If BlackBerry is going to dominate in the enterprise space, it should take the time to bring all the best Enterprise and SME apps to the platform. This can be done in a few ways: convince/pay the developers, flood select businesses with devices, or continue on the path of building the right platform for them to arrive at the conclusion that BB10 is the way to go themselves. Here are 10 widely loved apps that would really position BlackBerry nicely in this space.
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