For the second year in a row, BlackBerry has achieved the highest score in all six use cases of the Gartner Critical Capabilities for High-Security Mobility Management report (download here).
The report offers guidance to IT buyers, especially those in enterprises in regulated industries such as financial services, healthcare, energy and more, as well as government agencies, that all require strong security. And as cybersecurity becomes a board-level discussion for companies in every industry, the report should be considered required reading at any company where data and networks are valued.
Out of the 15 vendors evaluated, BlackBerry received the:
– Highest score in High-Security Government Grade
– Highest score in High-Security Commercial
– Highest score in Shared Data
– Highest score in Shared Devices
– Highest score in Non-Employee
– Highest score in Bring Your Own (BYO)
BlackBerry was also positioned a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for EMM for the second year in a row. And we also received the highest score in two use cases in Gartner’s 2017 Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Mobility Management for Regulated Industries and Unmanaged Device Support.
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About Marty Beard
Marty Beard (martyjbeard @ Twitter) is Chief Operating Officer at BlackBerry. He is responsible for leading cross-functional operations, including Marketing, Strategic and Application Partnering, Pricing, Corporate Support and Quality, eCommerce Sales and Security Evangelism. Marty previously served as Chairman and CEO of LiveOps, Inc., a software and services provider of cloud applications for customer service. He was also President of Sybase 365, a mobile messaging and mobile commerce unit of Sybase, Inc., and Vice President for eCommerce at Oracle Corp. He has a B.A. from UC Berkeley and an MBA from Georgetown University.
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