Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Strategic partnership between Samsung and BlackBerry

Partnership between two opponents 

Samsung has recently decided to make a collaborationto with Blackberry to enhance the security of its Android devices. Today announced that BES12 (BlackBerry Enterprise Server 12) would be integrated with Samsung’s KNOX security platform on Galaxy smartphones and tablets starting early 2015.

This will allow Samsung to provide enterprises with a more secure mobility solution for Android. 

Combined, Samsung KNOX and BES12 offer many benefits, including various security enhancements, an improved user experience, and total separation of personal and business data (to ensure employee privacy and corporate security). You can find more details about the deal at the source links below.

Last month, a report claimed that Samsung KNOX was rather easy to hack. Moreover, earlier this year, BlackBerry CEO John Chen also suggested that KNOX wasn’t secure enough to truly protect Android. It seems that Samsung took note of that, now that it has partnered with the Canadian company.

Apart from being new partners when it comes to mobile security, Samsung and BlackBerry are competitors in the smartphone market, with the Korean giant allegedly being one of the manufacturers that are responsible for BlackBerry’s declining market share in the last years.

The deal is an absolute win for both the companies as it will help Samsung to protect its devices on an advance pattern. BlackBerry on the other hand, will surely welcome the fresh stream of cash to its business.

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