Published On: Fri, Jul 10th, 2015

Google and BlackBerry’s New Partnership Deal

Google and Blackberry

Google and Blackberry

BlackBerry limited has recently bought 2 domains: and This  confirms the existence of an approaching android powered BlackBerry device

It came as little  surprise once the company announced an update to BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 yesterday, giving enhanced multi-OS support and integrating Samsung knox and android for work.

While many of us believe that BlackBerry is moving to android due to poor sales, it’s far more probable that this move is intended to showcase their enhanced security suite. With BES12’s update nowadays to 12.2 comes the addition of:

Users of BES12 will currently manage devices with Samsung Knox, that means that they will use Samsung Galaxy devices during a work and personal mode further as a workspace only mode. This permits corporations many alternatives when secure devices are needed “all with the high level of security they expect from BlackBerry and Samsung.”

With android for Work integration, users are  offered increased security and simplified management choices. The update is said to integrate seamlessly between BES and android giving creation of dedicated profiles for each company and personal info.

This aims to eliminate the requirement for app wrapping and provides users with access to any android application accessible on Google Play that’s permissible by a company’s IT policies. At the side of these updates return other smaller changes like BlackBerry 10 integration with BlackBerry Secure Connect and, that provides secure access to a company’s content while not the requirement for VPNs.

Also enclosed is support for Apple Device enrolment Program, giving less complicated large-scale readying of iDevices within the work.

The two domains in question and .net currently redirect you to a page saying their new partnership and simply what it means that to potential customers. A 60 day free trial of BES12 is additionally accessible.

“BlackBerry® and Google™ are operating closely along to line new standards in enterprise mobile security for organizations deploying Android™ devices.”

The site will specialize in android Lollipop that by now could be the expected OS for the potential BlackBerry venice. A tool that whereas not being confirmed nonetheless has been the topic of the many rumours recently.

Subrat Sahu 1Subrat Kumar is a writer with expertise in content writing for websites and blogs, press releases, whitepapers and case-studies. He loves web development management and currently freelances from Bangalore. He’s the founder of Cross Zone, undertaking the bulk of articles on technology and gadgets.

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