Will HSBC Buy 200,000 Phones From Apple or Blackberry?
Aug 17, 2008 17:09
We are actually
reviewing iPhones from a HSBC Group perspective...and when I say that,
I mean globally,"( Brenton Hush, HSBC's Australia and New Zealand CIO).
this is true, this sounds to me like a warning to Blackberry to lower
its prices (hardware and services) in this round of negotiations that
involves as much as 200,000 phones. Now that the iPhone supports
Exchange Server, some think that it could start to get some market
share in the lucrative business market, so far this has not really
happened on any significant scale, so if HSBC was to switch, it would
be a great premiere for Apple. The blackberry service is more expensive
to run than a plain Server Exchange setup.
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