Happy Holidays from the Inside BlackBerry For Business Bloggers!


Happy Holidays

Sincere thanks to you – our readers – for all of your blog comments, tweets to our @BlackBerry4Biz account and comments on our BlackBerry For Business LinkedIn group. We love interacting with you on a daily basis, and bringing you the latest news and updates from inside BlackBerry.

Getting your feedback on our products and services is an invaluable tool for us to keep moving forward. We are pushing the boundaries of mobile computing like never before. We cannot wait to show you what we’ve been working on with the upcoming launch of BlackBerry 10! The future is bright for #TeamBlackBerry – thanks for joining us on this incredible journey.

Below is a list of our most popular blog posts from 2012. If you haven’t had a chance to read them yet, we hope you will.

We will be back starting Wednesday, January 2nd with fresh blog posts, social content and LinkedIn info we know you will enjoy. Cheers to 2013!

Have any favorite Inside BlackBerry For Business blog posts from 2012? Let us know by commenting below!

About Steph F.

Steph has been with Research In Motion since January 2009, most recently as a Communications Advisor on the Corporate PR team. With experience within the RIM Customer Support Operations organization, the Office of the CIO and the Enterprise and Government Public Relations team, Steph enjoys being a part of all things BlackBerry. Steph engages daily with the BlackBerry For Business community, which gives her an opportunity to connect with enterprise business leaders online. An ink-slinger of the fussiest sort, Steph has experience supporting senior executives (personal correspondence, keynote appearances and media interviews) and event management (press conferences, product launches and trade shows). Outside the office, Steph is a self-proclaimed oenophile, globe trotter and foodie-in-training. She also loves westies and accountants.

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