SPOTLIGHT: Research in Motion, HP to beef up BlackBerry services

Apple's iPhone has made significant inroads in the healthcare market, but the BlackBerry isn't going away anytime soon. BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is teaming with Hewlett-Packard to offer a series of new mobile services for enterprise use. Among them are an application called HP CloudPrint that will let armies of BlackBerry loyalists send images and documents to any printer in their organization's network, and mobile software, database and server management tools. I give it a week until the HIPAA hawks start howling about security risks. Article

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