iPhone XR colours
Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) released the results of its analysis of the first 30 days of iPhone XR sales in the U.S. In short, not only is the iPhone XR one of Apple's best-selling iPhones, but it's also one of the most appealing iOS-based phones for Android users.
cybersecurity
The digital world offers many opportunities for business growth however it exposes organisations to new cyber risks. Weak cyber security can leave organisations exposed and the revenue repercussions can be severe. Joe Collinwood, CEO at CySure identifies the risks and how to mitigate them.
cybersecurity
Cyber risk remains a key concern for every boardroom and small to medium enterprise (SME) business owner. The current cyber landscape is chaotic including state-sponsored hackers, financially motivated cybercrime gangs and simple negligent data loss. Risk is everywhere and liabilities are high. Cyber threat remains one of the most significant and growing risks facing organisations today and too few are prepared.
OnwardMobility
In a surprise announcement last week, it was revealed that BlackBerry is teaming up with startup OnwardMobility for a new 5G smartphone with physical keyboard and enhanced security. Let's delve into our opinion of some of the mistakes that have been made in the past and whether lessons will be learned going forward.
BlackBerry
Every since the rumors on the internet started about BlackBerry producing an Android smartphone, BlackBerry users have been involved in terse, sometimes heated, debates over whether BlackBerry could actually produce an Android smartphone.
BlackBerry
In a survey this month of 150 chief information officers in the U.S. and Europe, Morgan Stanley analyst James Faucette found the amount who were willing to evaluate BlackBerry’s server software for centrally managing their employees’ smartphones had declined to about 15 per cent from about 22 per cent last June.
BlackBerry
While the rumors of a BlackBerry smartphone running pure Android continue to increase on the interwebs, BlackBerry CEO John Chen remains silent on the subject.

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