If you're looking to learn more about how BlackBerry UEM and Android can work together, BlackBerry is hosting a webinar on Thursday, September 20 at 10:00 AM which will cover a wide array of topics including how to deploy, manage, and secure Android Enterprise through BlackBerry UEM.
The BlackBerry-Google partnership brings together the maker of the world's most popular mobile OS with the global leader in mobile security. Enterprise organizations are deploying Android Enterprise at an increasing rate, taking advantage of extensive choice in devices types, deployment modes and an extensive portfolio of business applications. BlackBerry UEM allows IT to secure and manage Android across all worker groups. From employee enabled devices to corporate owned and task-specific devices such as wearable and ruggedized devices, BlackBerry UEM gives you the ability to support all Android users in your enterprise.
Please join us for a discussion on how your organization can deploy Android to mobilize your business. Attendees of this webinar will learn:
- How BlackBerry and Google deliver high-grade mobile security.
- Best practices for securely deploying Android on BlackBerry UEM to meet the needs of all user types.
- How to leverage Google Play and BlackBerry Dynamics to give users access to the applications they need.
- How customer peers are leveraging BlackBerry and Android to improve productivity.
The webinar will be hosted by Corey Campbell, Platform Specialist, Android Enterprise at Google as well as David Arnold, Distinguished Solutions Architect at BlackBerry. Registrations are open now, so you can sign up today and don't forget to add a reminder to your Calendar.
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