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|Aug 13, 2015, 08:51 AM||#1||
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Life is not a task.
Join Date: Nov 2000
It's time for a new phone...
Welp, the company is turning off the BES server at the end of the month,
so it is time to retire the Black Berry...
Can I import all the info to the new phone?
Which OS has the best import features?
I do not want an Apple product.
Having said this, Android or Windows?
I will not be using lots of apps, and I want a secure phone.
Which is best for security and tightening up?
Thanks for any advice.
|Aug 13, 2015, 09:20 AM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: Austin, TX
If they're switching to an Exchange server then Windows Phone would probably work well. I'm not sure what all is out there right now, but a new Lumia is on the horizon.
Google is getting serious about security patching, the Nexus line, or LG, or Samsung, are all going to get monthly patches.
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