(This blog is from Billy Ho, Executive Vice President, Enterprise Products and Value Added Solutions at BlackBerry)
When BlackBerry looked at WatchDox’s approach to Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing (EFSS), we were impressed. Among their competitors, WatchDox was doing something different: creating a unique, data-centric architecture that ensures that security travels with a file regardless of where it goes — even after downloaded by a third party. This is true digital rights management applied to enterprise data and it makes it much easier to share files and collaborate while maintaining the kind of security and control that BlackBerry’s enterprise customers expect.
In fact, we were so impressed, we bought the company. It’s part of BlackBerry’s ongoing efforts to develop a comprehensive enterprise portfolio of products and services that make it easy for people to work and collaborate — securely — whenever and wherever they want. WatchDox’s visionary — yet…
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