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Quick Poll Respected readers we need your help. Give us two minutes of your time and push forward the sum of human knowledge. Doesn't sound too bad does it? Just answer the questions below. Thanking you in advance.

This survey is now closed.

What would you regard as your strategic platform for mobile email moving forwards?

RIM Blackberry
Microsoft Exchange / ActiveSync
Some other platform
No single platform (mixed strategy)
Undecided - the jury is still out
No firm plans to adopt anything

Do you believe that mobile email creates a business advantage?

Yes
No
Unsure - the jury is still out
It's not something we've ever looked at

Is your company using your mobile devices for more than just voice?

Access to email
Access to enterprise applications
Both
Neither

What percentage of your company's mobile devices are being used for more than just voice?

None
0 - 25%
26 - 50%
51 - 75%
76 - 100%

Approximately how large is your organisation (worldwide) in terms of employees?

Less than 10 employees
10 to 49 employees
50 to 249 employees
250 to 4,999 employees
5,000 to 24,999 employees
More than 25,000 employees
Unsure / N/A

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