U.S. Customs will determine whether to adopt BlackBerry 2013 10
The Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said that next year would test with upcoming phones with BlackBerry Research In Motion BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 and 10 (BES 10) to see if it meets expectations agency and then buy RIM devices for its 17,600 employees.
Definitely great news for the people of RIM as the U.S. government agency that was years occupying BlackBerry phones, had said last October that he would sever the relationship with the company to change phones to iPhones all employees.
In November, RIM announced that BB10 was awarded certification Standards 140-2 Federal Information Processing (FIPS), which means it can be used by government agencies and regulated in the United States and Canada. Some new winds undoubtedly have been reflected in RIM shares, which have risen discreetly held in recent days.
Link: U.S. Federal Agency That Switched From BlackBerrys To iPhones Has A Rethink: BB10 Plans To Test Devices Next Year (TechCrunch)Tags: BB10, BB10 OS, BlackBerry 10, Customs, Research In Motion, RIM