BlackBerry to Fall Further in 2012, Mobile Order Entry to be Examined (Q&A)

Ojas Rege, vp of products, MobileIron

BST spoke with Ojas Rege, vice president of products at MobileIron, about the trends that are developing in the mobile space. Rege examines everything from the fall of the BlackBerry, to the ability for users to enter trades from their Apple iPads, to the three major trends facing the industry as we head into 2012.

BST: You recently attended a gathering of about 40 hedge fund managers to discuss the evolution of mobile capabilities on Wall Street. What was the most interesting takeaway?
Ojas Rege

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