“In an unusual note to clients, UBS (UBS) analyst Maynard Um reported Thursday on the results of a panel discussion with his own bank’s senior information technology personnel,” Phillip Elmer-Dewitt reports for BusinessWeek.
Elmer-Dewitt reports, “The bit that caught my eye was what his IT folks had to say about the ‘strong’ desire among bank employees to get to both their personal and business data on a single mobile device: ‘UBS panelists noted it is currently testing software from Good Technology that works with a multitude of devices such as Apple’s iPhone, and allows for personal and business content to be accessed in a secure way on a single device. Our panel felt that as much as 1/3 of UBS’s 18,000 RIMM devices could possibly migrate to other platforms once the technology is fully integrated.'”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Inevitable.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “jax44” for the heads up.]