have been working together for exactly four years. Both companies have signed a strategic partnership back in 2014 that enabled them to provide customers with better security solutions like
and UEM, as well as
Since the agreement was about to expire this year, BlackBerry and Samsung have decided to extend their partnership “
to collaboratively develop and bring to market integrated solutions to accelerate the digital transformation and Enterprise of Things initiatives of their shared business customers
According to the announcement, Samsung will bring its expertise in device solutions, while BlackBerry will focus on endpoint security and management. As a matter fact, the first thing the partnership will take care of is all the shared enterprise customers that use
(mobiles, tablets, and wearables), which be offered the option to manage their devices via the BlackBerry Universal Endpoint Management (UEM) platform.
The terms of the agreement don’t mention when it will expire, but it’s safe to say that it will be extended if nothing bad happens with either of the two companies.
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