RBWM council dumps BlackBerry for Windows 8 phones

Danny Palmer
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Chief architect Dan Brookman explains how Windows mobile fits in with the council's planned new setup

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM) is set to abandon issuing staff with BlackBerry smartphones as the council looks to move towards a Windows 8-based ecosystem. It forms part of RBWM's...

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