Optimistic on resolving India security concerns: RIM
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Research In Motion is optimistic that it will be able to resolve the Indian government's security concerns, a senior company official said on Friday.
"I am optimistic," Robert Crow, a vice president at the Canadian maker of popular BlackBerry phones, said when asked whether the company will reach an agreement with the Indian government.
"It is a step in a long journey," he told reporters.
India has given RIM until August 31 to comply with a request to gain access to encrypted corporate email and messaging services or those services will be shut.
(Reporting by Bappa Majumdar; editing by Surojit Gupta)
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