RIM will launch its next generation mobile OS, BlackBerry 10 on the 30th of January, and it would appear that BlackBerry 10 is already receiving a good response from the business community.
RIM has told the LA Times that more that 1,600 businesses in the US have signed up to their BlackBerry 10 training program, the training sessions will take place before the launch of BlackBerry 10.
“We think the registrations are an interesting barometer of broader interest in BlackBerry 10 in the enterprise sector,” he said, noting that 1,000 companies had already started the program sessions and training.
It will be interesting to see if RIM can get the interest of the business community again, with the launch of BlackBerry 10, the company’s BlackBerry devices used to be very popular with businesses, but they have switched to devices like Apple’s iPhone and Android devices over the last few years.
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