Security features offer RIM a fragile lifeline

Along with firearms, radio and other standard-issue gear, Constable Ken Koke’s police cruiser comes equipped with portable technology made by Research In Motion Ltd that he says has become an important tool in policing rural Canada.

But it’s far from clear if that niche will be big enough to rescue RIM, which faces a continuing decline in sales for its once-ubiquitous BlackBerry, and whose compact PlayBook never took off with consumers.

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I am currently doing work experience at Penta Consulting as a marketing assistant. I contribute to the blog and help the company with the social media side of the business.

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