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BlackBerry and Samsung Collaborate on Enhanced Digital Transformation Solutions

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According to a recent press release, “BlackBerry Limited today announced a multi-year strategic relationship with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. to collaboratively develop and bring to market integrated solutions to accelerate the digital transformation and Enterprise of Things initiatives of their shared business customers. The companies will focus on applying Samsung’s extensive device solutions and BlackBerry’s capabilities in endpoint security and management to deliver improved workforce productivity and enable the emergence of new business models. One of the first outputs of this partnership will be that joint enterprise customers using cutting-edge Samsung devices, such as mobile phones, tablets, wearables and the Samsung DeX mobile desktop experience, will gain the ability – out-of-the-box – to manage all those devices on a single pane of glass via the BlackBerry Universal Endpoint Management (UEM) platform.”

The release continues, “The extended relationship builds on the companies’ multi-year partnership, first announced in 2014, that brought to market several enterprise mobility solutions based on the Samsung Knox, BlackBerry UEM and BlackBerry SecuSUITE platforms for secure endpoint management and mission-critical communications. ‘Our clients will not compromise on security and are increasingly demanding integrated end-to-end solutions for digital transformation across their businesses. In Samsung, we have a partner that fully understands these demands and is moving quickly with us to address them,’ said Vito Giallorenzo, SVP of Strategic Partnerships, BlackBerry ‘With Samsung’s exciting lineup of mobility and hardware solutions, we see a lot of opportunity to pair them with the legendary security of BlackBerry software platforms to address a well-understood market need and the fast-emerging possibilities in the Enterprise of Things’.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: BlackBerry

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