Enterprises love their BlackBerries. Research in Motion has made a mint with the ubiquitous device in the corporate market, a success that owes largely to the device’s security features.
That story has not been lost on RIM’s competitors. Motorola is taking dead aim at the enterprise market with the release of its new Droid Pro, a handset that the company bills as offering the best of both world — consumer-friendly features like a touchscreen while also including business-level security features.
Motorola is stepping up its bid to compete in the enterprise mobile market with its latest smartphone, the Droid Pro, an Android-powered device that comes as a direct competitor to the popular BlackBerry line of handsets.
Billing the Android 2.2 smartphone as its first model expressly designed for business users, Motorola (NYSE: MOT) introduced the Droid Pro this week at the CTIA Enterprise conference in San Francisco.