BlackBerry Cybersecurity Products Available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

BlackBerry Cybersecurity Products Available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

BlackBerry has launched its cybersecurity products at the Microsoft Azure marketplace, offering cloud-based access to endpoint management and protected communication services.

Microsoft Azure users will receive access to BlackBerry’s Athoc, Spark Communications Services, Unified Endpoint Management and other offerings, BlackBerry said Tuesday.

AtHoc is designed to help organizations conduct crisis communications, and Spark Communications Services incorporates cybersecurity into smart communication devices and apps. UEM facilitates policy-compliant internet of things activities. 

The Azure platform works to streamline access, deployment and management of these products.

Richard McLeod, global vice president for enterprise software channels at BlackBerry, said the company is pleased to provide the listed products as a Microsoft Azure gold partner.

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