BlackBerry Ltd (BBRY) the Undisputed Leader In Enterprise Mobility Management
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) (TSE:BB) continues to enhance its foothold in enterprise mobility management. Backed by a string of solutions and the BES12 platform, the company is looking to take the lead in addressing the growing needs for organizations and companies looking to transition to the cloud.
BlackBerry Shrugging Competition
The company has already made it possible for staff to use smartphones and tablets on official duties without having to worry about any security concerns; a confirmation that it remains the undisputed leader in EMM management.
BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) is already doing its best to address competition coming from the likes of VMware and Citrix, all gunning for customers in the fast-growing business. Competition is only gearing up as more than 62 million devices could be up for grabs for EMM management by 2017.
Chief Operating Officer Marty Bear believes the company should be considered a leader in EMM with this kind of investments and developments. Choosing appropriate software management products might be a complex process but BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) is trying to position itself as the go-to place thanks to its renowned security solutions, always on offer.
Need For Cross-Platform Compatibility
The Canadian company has been investing a great deal on its enterprise offerings having acquired mobile content management provider WatchDox. The company has also launched an enterprise mobility management platform for Android devices.
Research firm Gartner already affirms that BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s BES12 platform remains a perfect fit for companies and organizations looking to use BlackBerry devices for the long haul.
The platform has grown in reputation as a reliable one for managing data in devices. The platform also enjoys the advantage and ability to support devices with the highest level of security making it a no-brainer for IT managers in need of security and privacy assurances.
Building of cross-platform management capabilities has worked to BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s advantage in reinventing itself in the business and gaining an edge against other players. Cross-platform compatibility has allowed the company to stay afloat in the enterprise business as it continues to face headwinds on the hardware side.
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