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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.

  • B J

    Author needs to be reminded…Apple Google and Samsung are NOT beating BlackBerry in the security space – they have never even caught up, and they are being defeated woefully.

  • B J

    WTF ? Author chastises Chen like a child?

  • B J

    Yes DEVVV so you better keep an eye on your license.

  • AVN

    Before Aman takes a swipe at BB, he should be reminded BB EMM has more global EMM customers than top competitors combined http://el.blackberry.com/emmrealities_index?utm_medium=social&utm_source=TWITTER:BlackBerry4Biz&utm_campaign=Enterprise&linkId=8701284

    What does declining consumer phone sales have anything to do with quality of security?

  • Jimmyd

    You have to admit, it’s entertaining reading his dumb dumb comments!

  • Jimmyd

    What “license”? Lol. People, always remember: devv = dumb dumb

  • Mo Cat

    “but it would be better if it does with its actions instead of taking a verbal route.”
    Author, are you trippin? It is Google with Samsung Knox taking the verbal route and like Mr. Chen rightfully pointed out that it is BlackBerry that has done the action for a few decades now. Try a Z30 for a while, you’ll throw Android/Apple out. Myself I went back to BlackBerry from a Note 2 and I don’t regret it one bit. If I turn all permissions for an app off, it still works. With Android the app wouldn’t work anymore most of the time. Most Android app permissions are just ridiculous, NSA ready.

  • LP

    Poor guy… I really think he has a trauma…
    We should all collect some money to send him to a psichiatrist…
    He is completely delusional… I gues he thinks he discovered cold fusion… with a glass of water…

  • guest

    No Dave, shorting BlackBerry hurts. (doesn’t it).

  • guest

    So true.

  • guest

    DEVVVV if you’re shorting BlackBerry I hope you got out or covered. BlackBerry will have a very big pop next week.

  • DEVVVV

    whats the matter??? truth hurts?

  • DEVVVV

    Sam you have to remember this author is obligated to tell the truth about things, or he can get his license pulled. Did you notice how Chen did not say how it is not as secure or why?

  • Ariel_the_Sylph

    Aman Jain has been consistently posted negative opinions about BlackBerry, Even to the extend any positive news is spun into a negative. He is a “Risk assessment expert” I wonder why he doesn’t come outright and point out for himself why Knox is secure or not instead of pointing to Chen and asking him ? If he believes BlackBerry has vulnerabilities let him point it out?

    The cited Frost and Sullivan report also mentions that BlackBerry still holds a 28% share in the enterprise market, I wonder why he didn’t see fit to report that number. Also a clarification regarding the number would be good to see if the enterprise market share includes data from tablets and smartphones both or just smartphones.

    I’d be interested to see a disclaimer regarding stock options Aman Jain holds in Samsung and apple or other conflict of interest statements as disclaimers.

  • fj1300

    Dave has a full time job spewing what Dave spews. As a rule we ( I am positive I am not the only one) try not to engage the ” Village Idiot “. You will find Dave on many, many sites commenting only on BlackBerry in the same incoherent fashion and really just making himself the ultimate ” Village Idiot” . I am not saying this to be cruel, as for the most part I just skip over his many utterly ridiculous comments, but we all have our limits.
    Whoever the caretaker of David is, I hope you pick up this message somehow, please find him another toy to play with and please do not encourage his writing skills as we have enough to anguish through reading drivel from “crayon scribblers ” like the author of this so called article.

  • LP

    Aman Jain, do you really know what you’re writing about… And by the way… you are mixing oranges and potatoes…

  • LP

    And there you are again… Does it really take a lot of explaining to see the difference between BES10/12 and Knox?! (About Apple you must be kidding…)
    I really though you where smarter… And that’s why I really don’t believe you have those brilliant ideas that would save BB… Like I said … delusional!!!

  • Sam Leeds

    What a douche, the author pretty much slams BB as Chen did to Android…lol What a Hippocratic. This discussion isn’t even up for debate. Until Google / Samsung can get their phones FIPS certified to run on government networks. BB is so at home with security that they can provide FIPS 140-2 security over BEZ10/12 through Secure Work Space to android and iOS users within the enterprise network. Beyond that, KNOX is a joke and can’t compete with BB from a security perspective. The author needs to do his research before picking a few slamming comment and his own opinions before publishing articles like this. Or even TRY a BB10…you’ll ditch your iClone / Droid device in a heartbeat. And yes, you can run all of the android apps on BB natively, so you can’t use the “there are not enough apps” argument…lol The future is full of Blackberrys :)

  • DEVVVV

    That’s just here say. Mr Chen you need to explain exactly in what way and how its not as secure. As for software solution in security I have devised a security feature that does surpass Samsung Knox’s, Apple and yes even including yours. But yet I see you continue not to show any interest in how I achieved this.

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