JANUARY 31st 2017. OTTAWA, CANADA. At a packed conference at their worldwide headquarters in Ottawa, Canada, FrameFlow President and CEO Donald Leclair unveiled their latest innovation: A new mobile phone. Said Mr. Leclair, “We call it the FrameFlow Fone. It just rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it?”
The FrameFlow Fone includes features never seen in any other mobile handset.
For example, when an alert is received it leaps out of your pocket, sprouts legs and races to the server room leaving a trail of flares that your IT staff can follow to find the system that is failing.
To address concerns about flares, it also features an integrated fire suppression system. Simply dial *FIRE and it will emit 500 cubic meters of fire suppression gasses along with a handy trio of oxygen masks to protect your vital IT staff. FrameFlow always recommends that you put on your own FrameFlow Fone oxygen mask before assisting your other IT staff members with their masks.
Industry analysts were divided on this latest FrameFlow offering. Some welcomed the move and said that anything in the area of IT security was bound to be successful. Others complained about the 5 minute security overview video that appears every time the Fone is powered on.
FrameFlow shares (NASDAQ:FRMFLW) closed up 3.4% on the news. Apple, Samsung, Google all traded lower based on fears that FrameFlow could significantly eat into their market share.
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