"European blue chips expect to be using five per cent fewer BlackBerry devices in three years' time, and seven per cent more smartphones," said the report.
The research found that almost all companies use laptops, while 66 per cent use PDAs and 20 per cent Tablet PCs.
When it comes to phones, 43 per cent have BlackBerrys, 36 per cent use smartphones and 25 per cent use 3G phones.
The research was carried out by Coleman Parkes and included CIOs from the top 250 organisations in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands and Nordic countries.
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