BlackBerry is one of the world’s best known brands, with a reputation based on the reliability and effectiveness of its mobile handsets. However, with the trend to other types of smartphone, BlackBerry devices became less fashionable and BlackBerry refocused its attention on its operating system and software, which was seen to be extremely secure, being used by governments and security agencies.
As the world develops increasing numbers of connected devices, The Internet of Things is growing at a phenomenal rate with billions of sensors, trackers and other devices that businesses use within their operations. All of these ‘Things’ will need to be protected and secured so BlackBerry has launched a solution called BlackBerry Secure which addresses the entire enterprise from endpoint to endpoint with a mobile-native, cloud-enabled approach to security.
In addition to holding more than 80 security certifications, BlackBerry recently ranked the highest in all six use cases of Gartner’s “Critical Capabilities for High-Security Mobility Management” report. Their security heritage is leading to an enhanced product line. BlackBerry UEM (formerly BES12) provides the granular control and visibility that IT administrators need to secure all endpoints, along with the flexibility to support a wide array of productivity and other business use cases. BlackBerry Dynamics (formerly Good Dynamics), delivers a foundation for secure enterprise mobility by offering an advanced, mature development platform and container for mobile apps that prevents data leakage. BlackBerry Workspaces, formerly WatchDox, lets workers share, edit and control their files on every device with the highest level of security due to embedded digital rights management (DRM) protection in the files.
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