RIM give away BlackBerry server software to bolster small- and medium-sized businesses
They'll also be bringing out a version of the server that you'll have to pay for, but the free version still has tons of functionality! You can edit Word, Excel and Powerpoint files from your BlackBerry while on the move, for example -- in fact you could use any service behind the corporate firewall, which is pretty neat. The pay-for version of the server software will include video conferencing (so the big-wig CEOs can keep an eye on the underlings), better social network support and PBX access (pretty funky).
I can't imagine many businesses provide iPhones for their employees, but this juicy tidbit from RIM should ensure that BlackBerry phones continue to be found in the pockets of most businessmen. Thinking about it, this might be more aimed at keeping its customers away from the new Windows Phone 7!