Azure customers will now have access to these robust endpoint management and communication products and services, including solutions like BlackBerry UEM, BlackBerry Workspaces, BlackBerry AtHoc, as well as BlackBerry Spark Communications Services.
Users also get streamlined deployment and management right on the Azure cloud platform.
Richard McLeod, Global Vice President, Enterprise Software Channels, BlackBerry, said it straight:
“We want to ensure that BlackBerry’s trusted solutions are available to customers wherever they choose to seek out our products. As a Gold Partner within the Microsoft Azure Partner Network, we are pleased to offer some of those solutions—key to navigating today’s zero trust environment—on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.”
Pretty much all the key BlackBerry solutions are now available on Azure.
Including BlackBerry AtHoc, the crisis communications software that enables organizations to improve communication and collaboration during crisis situations, and BlackBerry UEM, a unified endpoint management software that securely enables the IoT with complete policy control for organizations.
After its pivot to business services, BlackBerry has made its name as an industry leader in providing enterprises and governments with the software and services needed to secure their networks as well as their Internet of Things implementations.