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BlackBerry Passport aimed mainly at corporate users: Sunil Lal...

The new BlackBerry Passport that has just been launched in India at the price of Rs 49,900 has been designed to address corporate user. The new BlackBerry Passport that has just been launched in India at the price of Rs 49,900 has been designed to address ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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Express Computer India

Bring your own app is a new trend: Sunil Lalvani

BlackBerry, once the pre-eminent player in the smartphone market is rapidly evolving into a technology company which will enable communication for all kinds of devices, be it on the Internet or otherwise, in a very secure environment. This evolution ...
 Express Computer India1 month ago Bring your own app is a new trend  Financial Express1 month ago

Need to secure mobile security infrastructure

By Sunil Lalvani One key aspect that will be a defining feature of India's future is its focus on integrating technology for various aspects of governance. Mobile phones and technology will play a critical role in the digitisation process. M2M ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
Times of India

Blackberry Passport available in India for Rs. 49990 from October 10

Comment · print · T T T+· T- THE HINDU Sunil Lalvani, Managing Director, Blackberry India at the launch of Blackberry Passport Phone in New Delhi on Monday, September 29, 2014. Photo: R.V. Moorthy TOPICS BlackBerry Passport has 4.5 ...
 The Hindu1 month ago BlackBerry launches 10 series with Softlogic  Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago BlackBerry Needs To Focus More On Emerging Markets  Seeking Alpha3 weeks ago Will this be a comeback for BlackBerry in India?  ITvoir.com1 month ago
Daily Finance

BlackBerry's New Phone Is Square, Hip and Surprisingly Hot : Sajjad Hussain/AFP/BlackBerry executive Sunil Lalvani shows off the new Passport. A new smartphone was launched on the market to much fanfare recently. It promised a host of new features, came in a new size and was powered by ...
 Crawford Financial Planning6 days ago

BlackBerry positions itself as a global player in the mobile health (mHealth) market

BlackBerry, the Canadian telecommunication and wireless equipment company, is reported to be considering a move into the mobile health market in India with the launch of a connected healthcare service platform. The product launch will be carried ...
 companiesandmarkets.com2 weeks ago BlackBerry 10.2 Operating System Ranks as 'The World's Best Mobile OS' by Digit  Individual.com2 months ago BlackBerry OS 10.2 Named 'The World's Best Mobile OS'  MoneyShow.com2 months ago Mobility -- A Top Priority For Most ...  EFYTimes.com2 months ago

BlackBerry 10 debuts in Sri Lanka

[October 10, 2014] (Daily Financial Times (Sri Lanka) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Leading mobile phone manufacturer BlackBerry hopes to increase its presence in the Sri Lankan mid and high end smartphone market with the local launch ...
 TMC Net2 weeks ago

How Micromax is eating away Samsung's India pie

Apple enthusiasts have long corrupted Samsung Electronics' name to 'Same Soon' - a reference to the Korean company's tendency to replicate the American giant's products soon after their launch. Image: Samsung Galaxy S III. Photographs: Courtesy, Samsung Apple fans, however, may now need to think of a new moniker, for Samsung has been working on virtual-reality headsets powered by smartphones - an innovation that none of its global competitors had considered. Despite its new-found focus on ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Samsung's challenges grow in India  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
Express Computer India

Securing Communication in Government in the Age of Mobility

BlackBerry highlights the need for enhanced security solutions in the government sector during a special event organised for decision makers. The increasingly relevant and critical issue of secure mobility in the government sector was brought to ...
 Express Computer India3 weeks ago

Back From The Brink

In 2013, almost everything that could go wrong was going wrong for BlackBerry. The Waterloo, Canada-based company was seeing a steady slide in its share of the global smartphone market. Add to that rising losses. By August of that year, BlackBerry ...
 Businessworld India4 weeks ago
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