The CrackBerry Podcast is BACK!!! As we celebrate 10 Years of CrackBerry this month, we are pulling out all the stops to make it a month we'll remember for the next ten years.
Honoring the early days of CrackBerry, joining me this episode is Craig Johnston, my original CrackBerry Podcast co-host. Ten years later, Craig is an even smarter enterprise mobility expert, has published many more books and still possesses one of the most velvety-smooth podcasting voices around. Also anchoring the show is my boss, CrackBerry's Editor in Chief, Bla1ze!
In This Episode: Interview with Steve Cistulli, who explains what BlackBerry Mobile is and what we should expect from them!
To ensure the first of our 10th anniversary podcasts will be one to remember, we are kicking things off with an exclusive interview. Joining us on this podcast is Steve Cistulli, who is leading the charge behind BlackBerry Mobile and bringing The Merc to market. Steve's official title is President & GM of TCL Communication (TCT) North America, which is the company behind Alcatel & BlackBerry Mobile devices. Following my editorial on the aimed at Cleaning Up The Confusion Between BlackBerry & BlackBerry Mobile, Steve was more than willing to come on the show to further clarify things for us and shed a lot more light on the BlackBerry Mobile and their philosophy as the look to continue to build BlackBerry Smartphones for years to come. This is an episode you will want to listen to in full!
I hope you enjoy the show! Huge thanks go to Steve for joining us. He crushed the interview. Be sure to follow him on twitter @stevecistulli and give him a shoutout of thanks for hanging with us this week. And if you're not already following @bbmobile, get on it!
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