While there are some government agencies giving Blackberry 10 a miss, there are others who have decided to give Blackberry’s new platform a try. Now it looks like we might be able to add another organization to the list in the form of a UK mental health trust, the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust. According to reports, it seems that the trust will be committing themselves to about 1,800 Blackberry Z10 devices, making this a pretty sweet victory as far as the Blackberry Enterprise sector is concerned.
We’ve been hearing reports about how well the Blackberry Z10 has been selling, and while it might appear to be doing well in the consumer market, its success in the enterprise industry has been hit and miss. If we were to rewind our clocks back a couple of years, this would be unheard of but due to iOS and Android devices starting to become the preferred device of enterprise customers, not to mention with Blackberry 7 losing ground to iOS and Android as well in terms of features and being modern, it almost felt as though Blackberry had to concede the enterprise market as well. Hopefully we will be hearing more reports about the enterprise sector start to adopt Blackberry 10, and if you’re wondering if the Z10 is the device for you, be sure to check out our review.
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