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RESEARCH IN MOTION : Pas grand monde ici mais...

xbabot
01 mai 200818:42

Nous avons là une belle valeur, une belle société, pourtant peu de gens ont l'air de s'y interésser.
Si quelqu'un m'entend, je voudrais savoir un peu son avis sur la valeur; perspective, arrivé iphone 3G en juin...

Ensemble, tout est possible. ---(nan je déconne)---

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  • guytimme
    01 mai 200822:34

    donc je ne peux qu'être élogieux.Pour info,tu peux suivre aisément les infos via finance.yahoo ou bloomberg

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  • guytimme
    01 mai 200823:10

    http://seekingalpha.com/article/75222-apple-s-199-iphone-is-a-game-changer?source=yahoo

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  • tomasbab
    02 mai 200800:09

    En conclusion, son avis c'est de shorter Rimm etant donné que Apple est trop fort avec de très grosse perspectives. C'est justement ce que je voulais faire ces jours- ci. J'ai 130 dollars en target mais je me pose encore beaucoup de questions. le marché à l'air de se reprendre pas mal. Qu'en pensez-vous?

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  • guytimme
    02 mai 200818:19

    Friday May 2, 12:00 pm ET


    The Leader in Enterprise Software and the Leader in Mobile Connectivity for the Enterprise Partner to Change the Way People Work


    NEW YORK, NY--(MARKET WIRE)--May 2, 2008 -- SAP AG (NYSE:SAP - News) and Research In Motion (RIM) (NasdaqGS:RIMM - News) (Toronto:RIM.TO - News) today announced a co-innovation partnership to usher in a new era in enterprise mobility. SAP, the leader in enterprise software, and RIM, the leader in mobile connectivity for the enterprise, have joined forces to change the way people work, by enabling anytime, anywhere mobile access to SAP enterprise applications through the widely adopted BlackBerry® platform.
    Source: SAP


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    SAP and RIM announced a co-innovation partnership that will bring SAP enterprise applications directly to the BlackBerry platform.







    Just as the BlackBerry wireless platform has transformed the way people use e-mail, SAP and RIM will bring the power and productivity of SAP enterprise applications to the BlackBerry platform in a similarly robust and user-friendly manner. Mobile users will soon be able to work freely on SAP, no longer tethered to their desktops or offices in order to perform their jobs. By tearing down the walls between enterprise computing and mobile connectivity, SAP and RIM are enhancing employee productivity.

    The first output expected from this new partnership is a native BlackBerry smartphone client that will merge the power of the SAP® Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) application with core BlackBerry smartphone applications, including the BlackBerry Email, Address Book and Calendar applications, to deliver an indispensable tool for sales people. The new mobile SAP CRM application will leverage the inherent security, management capabilities and efficiency of the BlackBerry platform and the intuitive user experience of BlackBerry smartphones. Organizations that already have the SAP CRM and the BlackBerry solutions deployed will require only basic user training and minimal incremental IT infrastructure investments.

    According to research firm IDC, the mobile user population is set to increase from about 800 million in 2007, accounting for 25.7 percent of the worldwide workforce, to one billion in 2011, accounting for 30.4 percent of the workforce. (1)

    "Providing access to and securing broad adoption of enterprise applications with mobile workers has been a pervasive challenge over the years," said Mary Wardley, vice president, CRM Applications, IDC. "Most existing solutions require users to learn yet another application and navigation paradigm on their devices, and for IT to manage a complex infrastructure to deploy and support. By having a native application on a BlackBerry smartphone that easily extends functionality but retains the native ease of use, users will find it non-intrusive to adopt applications such as CRM. This is an exciting partnership and definitely has the potential to change the game."

    This groundbreaking partnership between two leaders in their respective markets leverages best-in-class business applications and mobile technology to deliver:



    -- Expanded Reach of SAP® Business Suite Applications -- Users rely on
    their BlackBerry smartphones for access to people and information on the
    go, so it becomes easier to introduce new enterprise applications with a
    far greater adoption rate.

    -- Automated Data Synchronization -- The new solution leverages the push-
    based architecture of BlackBerry® Enterprise Server to automate data
    synchronization between business systems and mobile applications.
    BlackBerry smartphone users have the flexibility to use the mobile
    enterprise application even in the absence of network coverage. Once back
    in coverage, all updates queued on the handset and back-end servers are
    automatically transferred without user action, similar to how e-mail on
    BlackBerry smartphones works today.

    -- Easy Deployment -- The mobile device management capabilities of
    BlackBerry Enterprise Server allow IT groups to centrally manage and
    wirelessly deploy mobile applications to BlackBerry smartphones.

    -- Market-Leading Enterprise-Class Security -- The proven capability and
    demonstrated track record from SAP in enterprise applications security,
    combined with the renowned wireless security of the BlackBerry platform,
    helps ensure enterprise-class security for the end-to-end solution.

    -- Low Incremental Cost of Ownership -- Businesses that have already
    deployed BlackBerry Enterprise Server and SAP applications can leverage
    their existing investments and keep deployment and maintenance costs at a
    minimum.

    "SAP is thrilled to bolster its long-standing relationship with RIM through the co-development of this breakthrough offering," said Bill McDermott, president and CEO, SAP Americas and Asia Pacific Japan. "By combining RIM's expertise for empowering the mobile worker and SAP's strength in business computing, we are embarking on an exciting future to make it easier and more convenient for today's business users to perform their jobs. Our extended partnership with RIM will open many new doors for mobile workers around the world who require real-time mobile access to enterprise applications in a secure setting."

    "In concert with SAP, we are bringing the unique benefits of the BlackBerry platform to SAP applications, providing organizations with the security, manageability, efficiency and 'push' capabilities of the BlackBerry platform with a dedicated client application that also integrates with core BlackBerry applications," said Jim Balsillie, co-CEO, Research In Motion. "Our partnership with SAP will allow us to deliver an unparalleled solution to our mutual customers who demand the very best in enterprise mobility. With this new partnership, we have an excellent opportunity to further entrench BlackBerry as the leading mobile connectivity platform for enterprise information access. The vision that users can have access to SAP's enterprise computing applications from virtually anywhere, anytime, represents a new era of opportunity."

    As part of the work delivered through the partnership, RIM will enhance its framework for building intuitive, workflow-enabled mobile applications for the BlackBerry platform. The framework will serve as the basis for developing mobile applications for other solutions in the SAP Business Suite.

    SAP and RIM will be previewing the mobile CRM application at the annual SAPPHIRE® conferences in Orlando, May 4 to 7, and Berlin, May 19 to 21, as well as at the Wireless Enterprise Symposium (WES) 2008, May 13 to 15 in Orlando.

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