WATERLOO, Ont.—BlackBerry says it will remain operating in Pakistan after that country's government backed off from its request to gain access to the company's servers. Marty Beard, chief operating officer of BlackBerry, wrote on the company's ... Canadian Plant, 1 month ago
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10:59amOver the past couple of months,BlackBerry has been preparing to exitthe Pakistani market following BlackBerry Enterprise Server access requests from the country's government.However, it now looks like the Waterloo-based company has reached an ...MyInforms, 1 month ago
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