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8/14/2008
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Jake Widman
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Banking Giant Considering Switch to iPhone

ZDNet

Worldwide banking presence HSBC is considering moving from the BlackBerry to the iPhone as its standard mobile device for its hundreds of thousands of staff."We are actually reviewing iPhones from a HSBC Group perspective... and when I say that, I mean globally," according to HSBC's Australia and New Zealand chief information officer Brenton Hush. "A decision on a piece of hardware like that would potentially be deployed, conservatively, to 200,000 people."

HSBC is currently standardized on Research in Motion's BlackBerry.ZDNet

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