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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