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Aman Jain

Aman has an MBA in Finance, and loves to write and research stocks. His experience includes: Presently, a director of a financial research firm. Worked for three years with AIR worldwide (Catastrophic Risk Modeling & Consulting Firm) as a Risk analyst-II. Worked as a marketing Head for 3+ years.

  • nowheremanners

    I see, so if the others have surpassed BB or caught up to them then why doesn’t Obama switch to his preference (which is not BB). Can’t answer the question can you?

    “Please tell me why the CIA had Obama ditch is regular PDA and replace it with a Blackberry?”

    Devvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv you are a waste.

  • DEVVVV

    im not doubting that BB had top notch security at one time but sorry rivals have caught up, and perhaps passed them.

  • nowheremanners

    Devvvvvvvvvv. Your rhetoric is worthless.
    Did you know that the technical term for their security is not “high security”?
    Did you know that their security is different?
    Please tell me why the CIA had Obama ditch is regular PDA and replace it with a Blackberry?

  • DEVVVV

    of course that is understandable, BB has almost zero market share what do you expect?

  • DEVVVV

    im not lying, how can you possibly believe that only BB has access to high level security features, its silly to believe that and you know it.

  • nowheremanners

    Devvv is a wack job. I don’t know why he is obsessive about BB. He trashes them at every opportunity (every article about BB) while professing to wanting the company to do well. He is unreasonable.

  • nowheremanners

    Devvvvvvv
    Why do you continually lie about the security comparisons between BB, Apple and Android?

  • Dave Matthews

    BB is the best security solution, not the only one. Nobody can be “dumber then” (you mean than), and Apple isn’t dumb, but they are nowhere near as good at security as BB is. The marketplace is in agreement that BB security and MDM solutions are better and more complete, that has nothing to do with numbers or popularity. Is a McDonalds Big Mac the best hamburger in the world just because it sells more than everything else? Of course not, it’s actually crap, isn’t it?

  • DEVVVV

    so you are stating that Blackberry is the only platform that has access to security solutions? I really find that hard to believe. Are you stating that Apple is dumber then Blackberry? is the whole marketplace wrong? why is Android and Apple taking over if what you say is true?

  • Dave Matthews

    BB still is the most secure. Not sure why you won’t admit it. Knox is a fail, Good, Mobileiron et al are not good enough as far as MDM goes. Both iOS and Android are not secure, and BB is.

  • DEVVVV

    yes that was much better, however rivals have the resources and the R&D to rapidly pass Blackberry in this field. Yes I do believe at one time Blackberry was the most secure platform but you must remember all rivals thrive to meet this same level and may have already done so. remember nothing is impossible.

  • Dave Matthews

    Fine then…
    Of the current OS offerings, and in the foreseeable future of said OS offerings, only BB10 can be said to be secure.
    Better?

  • DEVVVV

    just the fact you said never, makes me not believe you.

  • Dave Matthews

    Nope. The reason is because BB is built better than everything else. That is why you cannot root a BB phone. Give up, iOS and Android can never be as secure as BB is.

  • DEVVVV

    the reason BB has almost zero issues is due to only having 1% market share.

  • guest

    Still off the meds Dave?

  • Dave Matthews

    That is so not true. iOS is constantly being exposed as a swiss cheese OS. Dropoutjeep, Siri bypassing lock screen, so many others. Android has more malware problems than any other OS. BB? No… almost zero issues.

  • DEVVVV

    Jim the security thing is getting old, all platform somewhat possess the same level of security nowadays.

  • DEVVVV

    How did you find out about that?

  • Sam Leeds

    agreed. DEVVV just likes attacking BB cause they have a restraining order on him…lol

  • Jim

    The US doesn’t matter right now. Except for people who need real security: lawyers, bankers, CEO’s, Obama, etc., they are not focused on the US market. In the developing world phones are for business not entertainment. One step at a time. Have fun with your iPhone.

  • DEVVVV

    No, news story said on the weekend that US market share continues to fall. Chen is still continuing to fire employees, rather then focusing on innovation.

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