Will BlackBerry ban staff from iPhones during work hours? Company tweet sent from competitor device

Will BlackBerry ban staff from iPhones during work hours? Company tweet sent from competitor device

BlackBerry may need to ban staff from using competitor devices after a tweet posted on the company account was sent from an iPhone.

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Comments (1)

  • shawn
    shawn
    Sun, 18 Jan 2015 7:24am GMT
    Crazy talk. This was only negative news because it's BlackBerry. I just read in another article that many CEO's of other smart phone makers use BlackBerry devices to this day. Plus, BlackBerry has BBM and BES12 cross platform now. They would be idiots not to have every make of phone on board to test etc... But no. No one does their research and writes ignorant crap just because it's BlackBerry.