That’s where defining your stakeholders becomes important. Be consultative and meet with key people in your business units who may be able to tell you how they’re using technology, what their plans are for next year and how IT can support them. As indicated by ITWC marketing assistant/tech geek Andrei Barany, less impressive than you’d expect from Apple, the ‘400 pound’ gorilla of the smartphone world is still p on the market. Though its camera lives up to the hype, iPhone 6 and 6S users are advised to wait for the inevitable iPhone Read his review here. Just giving you the details and letting you decide which device fits your needs, As usual, we aren’t ranking them. Notice, here, in alphabetical order, is our annual review of top-notch smartphones for business. As usual we feel obligated to remind readers that unlike its Note 7 counterpart, we forget ourselves, Samsung’s S7 Edge -basically a souped up Galaxy S7 -will not burn your hands.
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Eric Emin Wood is an associate editor for IT World Canada.
Remember, we here at ITWC have made no attempt to hide our love for BlackBerry devices, that are still used by half the office, official exit from the hardware market and 2 per cent market share be damned. As IT World Canada CIO Jim Love explains in his video review, devices just like the company’s latest, the DTEK50, are unlikely to change our opinion anytime soon. As a result, in consonance with reviewer Alex Davies, it still performs well. Runs what in his opinion is still better version of Android out there, now this mid range phone made of premium materials or equipped with the fastest hardware.