In a telling sign of the shifting smartphone battle at U.S. law firms, the CIO of the nation's largest BlackBerry shop is anticipating mass migrations away from the platform within six months. The CIO, DLA Piper's Don Jaycox, says he's responsible for approximately 3,500 smartphone users. The trend is part of a much broader one for Research In Motion, which launched its first BlackBerry device in 1999.
BigLaw CIOs Lament BlackBerry's Woes
Law Technology News
July 30, 2012
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