RIM (Research in Motion), a well-known Blackberry maker, is facing serious problems and corporate financial downturn. According to the new information, RIM will postpone the launch of BlackBerry 10 operating system until 2013 and cut another 5,000 jobs. This situation caused a bigger loss than expected and made RIM deeper into the problem.
Thorsten Heins, chief operating officer of RIM, is under intense pressure to try to save the company, with a solution that is set to shake hands with Microsoft office 2016 product key. The source also suggests that RIM may be considering a similar partnership with Nokia. Canada will continue to be a hardware maker, and Microsoft office 2013 product key will provide software features for the Windows Phone 8 operating system. Apparently Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has attempted to reach RIM, To reach an agreement like you did with Nokia.
RIM is proud to offer complete software packages, hardware and services, so the company from Canada will not give up developing operating systems with ease. However, the BlackBerry 10 still needs more time to complete, so the immediate solution is to produce smartphones running Microsoft's Windows product key Phone 8 operating system is becoming very feasible.