Research In Motion probably has the best back-end infrastructure for mobile communications in the world and pushes out mobile phones which can go head to head with consumer marketing, high end smartphones and virtually every businessman carries one. But the single area RIM fails in is software.
RIM?s OS architecture is good and has trusted security, but with every OS release it shows that RIM?s OS is somewhat antiquated as it wasn?t designed to do anything the BlackBerry smartphone does now.
According to the BGR, there are so many limitations to Research In Motion?s operating system and with each OS update some functionality is added here and there however, the mobile landscape has changed over the past 2 years and RIM seems to be unable to see what direction to head in.
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