BlackBerry, Microsoft collaborating on solutions for joint customers

BlackBerry and Microsoft have inked a partnership to offer solutions that integrates BlackBerry’s expertise in mobility and security with Microsoft’s cloud and productivity products.

Through this partnership, the companies have collaborated on the BlackBerry Enterprise BRIDGE solution. This technology provides a secure way for their joint customers – banks, healthcare providers, law firms, and governments – to use native Microsoft mobile apps from within BlackBerry Dynamics.

The BlackBerry Secure platform has been integrated with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, as well. BlackBerry UEM Cloud, BlackBerry Workspaces, BlackBerry Dynamics, and BlackBerry AtHoc are now available on Azure.

[Image courtesy: BlackBerry]

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