BlackBerry’s Annual General Meeting took place on Wednesday, a perfect time for CEO John Chen to highlight our accelerating evolution from a company best-known for devices into a full-fledged enterprise software provider. View the slides John and other executives presented at the AGM on Wednesday, and or watch the full meeting here:
Also, check out the below video first presented at the AGM. It crystallizes in under 2 minutes all of the impact that BlackBerry software has today, by securing, connecting, and mobilizing tens of thousands of businesses and organizations around the world – as well as tens of millions of their employees, business partners, and customers. Here’s how:
- 60 million cars on the road today run our software. Our secure and reliable software and lifecycle management services enable automakers to build connected and, yes, self-driving cars.
- BlackBerry is the first EMM vendor to receive full operational capability for the U.S. Department of Defense. (We’re also a leader for second year in the row for Gartner’s EMM Magic Quadrant).
- BlackBerry AtHoc, is the first and only FedRAMP authorized crisis communications service. It’s trusted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and 70% of U.S. federal government employees.
- Our expertise in cybersecurity is widely recognized, from the 80+ security certifications we hold, to our highly-ranked cybersecurity services team.
No wonder more than 20,000 global enterprises and all seven of the G7 governments rely on our software.
Watch this video to learn more about these facts, and share.