BlackBerry has taken it’s next big step in becoming the premier mobile solutions destination for businesses. They announced today a new partnership with the popular workforce communications app, Slack.
Since it’s shift to software, BlackBerry has focused on secure mobility solutions. This manifests in EMM, a app infrastructure that allows for unique customization, and UEM, an end user administrative and logistical commodity. BlackBerry already has the secure framework established. By partnering with Slack, they afford themselves increased flexibility and marketability for their business clients.
Businesses are becoming more and more aware of the digital threats surrounding them. Everything, even simple intraoffice chatter, could be a target for cyber attacks. By offering Slack a place to run on their secure platform, BlackBerry is protecting their companies and offering more solutions to meet their growing demands.
This serves as evidence that BlackBerry works with the customer in mind.
BlackBerry continues to grow its portfolio through acquisitions and partnerships. Their goal is offer a broad solutions platform that allows ease of use, increases productivity, and ensures everything remains BlackBerry Secure.