April 10, 2012
There was a time that BlackBerry devices were the most popular for physicians in the United States. The last time BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) could convincingly claim to be the favorite device of doctors was probably May 2010. Back then Manhattan Research's Taking the Pulse survey found that iPhone and BlackBerry adoption among MDs was neck and neck. By May 2011 the research firm...
April 20, 2011
If, as some have suggested, the new BlackBerry PlayBook tablet is dead on arrival at least in healthcare, the folks at Research in Motion aren’t acting that way. Nor is the maker of BlackBerry publicly discouraged by reports that Apple’s iPad already dominates among physicians and other health professionals or the fact that other supposed iPad killers have gone by the wayside. Remember the Cisco...
November 17, 2010
According to enterprise mobility vendor Good Technology, healthcare is among the top three industries adopting Apple's iPad for business use. Good's estimate is based simply on its own user base, which includes some 4,000 enterprise customers. Good's customers have deployed iPads at a varying rate from one iPad to more than 1,000.
"We took a close look at our customers who have deployed iPad...