ZDNet's Patrick Houston talks with Good Technology CEO Danny Shader about the company's plans to compete with Research In Motion in the enterprise market for mobile computing technology.
By ZDNet Staff
| May 27, 2003 -- 21:21 GMT (14:21 PDT)
| Topic: BlackBerry
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