Adding to its already large list of certifications, BlackBerry today announced that BlackBerry UEM has achieved approval from the National Security Agency (NSA) for use as part of their Commercial Solutions for Classified Program (CSfC).
Looking to further integrate Cylance AI, and help organizations manage their mobile fleets BlackBery today announced the availability of CylancePROTECT for mobile devices managed through BlackBerry UEM.
Looking to make their solutions more widely accessible, BlackBerry today announced that BlackBerry solutions are now available through the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, while BlackBerry UEM is available on the AWS Marketplace.
Since 2014, BlackBerry and Samsung have worked together on enterprise mobility solutions such as Samsung Knox, BlackBerry UEM and BlackBerry SecuSUITE and today they have announced an extension of that multi-year agreement.
Looking to expand their offerings tof enterprise solutions to customers, du has announced a new partnership with BlackBerry which will see BlackBerry's latest software solutions and services be offered to enterprise customers across the UAE.
In addition to their earlier announcement letting folks know iOS 11 support was on its way, BlackBerry has now announced their entire BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite has been updated to fully support Apple's newly launched iOS 11.
As announced on the Inside BlackBerry blog, when Apple does make iOS 11 official, BlackBerry UEM, BlackBerry Dynamics, and all BlackBerry productivity apps such as BlackBerry Work will be ready with iOS 11 compatibility.
As BlackBerry continues to expand their BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) software, they've now announced a new partnership with Vuzix that will see Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses working with BlackBerry UEM.