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AWS Marketplace Offers New Way to Get BlackBerry UEM

BlackBerry UEM is now available in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. This is good news for organizations that already house their infrastructure on AWS or would like to deploy UEM in the cloud.

With this new collaboration between AWS and BlackBerry, organizations can securely deploy and manage any number of IoT devices and connect them seamlessly to the leading cloud computing services offered by AWS. Security-conscious organizations will be able to rely on integrated solutions combining BlackBerry secure endpoint and application connectivity with the scalability of the AWS Cloud.

“BlackBerry UEM is trusted by the world’s largest organizations to securely enable the Internet of Things,” said Richard McLeod, Global Vice President, Enterprise Software Channels, BlackBerry. “As an Advanced Partner in the AWS Partner Network, we’re pleased to offer our endpoint management solution on AWS so customers and partners can maximize their existing infrastructure investments.”

BlackBerry UEM allows customers using AWS to secure and manage their growing fleet of connected endpoints, on premise or in the cloud. Organizations will have access to a single management console and trusted end-to-end security model, offering flexibility and the security needed to keep employees connected and protected across their internal and external communications.

 “This offering gives customers a solution for simplifying the way they manage their growing and evolving environments,” said Eric Gales, Director, AWS Canada, Inc. “Customers are looking for secure applications and ease of use, and this new Blackberry solution, now on the AWS Marketplace, hits the mark.”

BlackBerry and AWS offers a great opportunity for existing AWS customers without a unified endpoint management strategy to re-evaluate their solutions. Often, organizations lack a cohesive endpoint management strategy and instead rely on a patchwork group of solutions for different lines of business, regions, or device types. It’s usually the result of years of legacy solutions piled on top of each other. AWS customers that have already moved some or all of their IT infrastructure to the cloud should now take a second look at the way they manage their endpoints – and make the move to manage them all from a single console in the cloud.

BlackBerry’s industry-recognized UEM provides complete endpoint management and policy control with industry-leading security. See what our partners are saying about BlackBerry UEM on AWS Marketplace:

 “As Unified Endpoint Management continues to be a critical pillar of an organization's overall cybersecurity strategy, our customers require solutions that support existing architectures and effectively manage all devices and endpoints,” said Mike Gersten Global Director of Channels & Alliances at SoftwareONE. “BlackBerry’s expertise, along with AWS reliability and services reputation, empowers our global customers with the confidence that their assets will be well managed, secure and properly regulated.”

“For our customers, nothing is more important than securing and managing their most critical data. However, with the size of IT infrastructures growing rapidly, this is becoming an increasingly difficult task for many organizations,” said Joel Lipkin, Chief Operating Officer, Four Points Technology, LLC. “BlackBerry’s focus on security and management, paired with the depth and breadth of AWS services, is a very attractive offering for our customers looking to easily view and intelligently adapt policy controls across their entire endpoint infrastructure.”

For more information on BlackBerry UEM visit blackberry.com/uem.

Richard McLeod

About Richard McLeod

I am the Global Vice-President for Enterprise Software Channels at BlackBerry.