Blackberry unveiled a cloud-enabled mobile security platform for “Enterprise of Things”
On Friday, the Canadian mobile manufacturer Blackberry unveiled a cloud-enabled mobile security platform for “Enterprise of Things” that will deal with complete business from endpoint o endpoint.
“Enterprise of Things” is described as the network of intelligent connections and endpoints contained by the enterprise that facilitate products to transfer from sketch to scale.
It is an association of devices, sensors, computer, trackers and other things that keep being in touch with each other to facilitate smart product development, distribution, marketing, and sales.
Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Blackberry, John Chen, said that Businesses must be able to confidentially and consistently transmit sensitive data between endpoints to keep people information and goods secured.
Blackberry said that the platform completes the incorporation of Blackberry’s previous attainment of key technologies including WatchDox, AtHoc, Good Technology, and Encryption.
Apart from this, there was also some leaks that suggested that Blackberry is working on its last in-house smartphone with QWERTY keyboards. According to the records, the device is said to have a fingerprint sensor housed into the space bar. According to the leaks, the smartphone is tipped to be powered by Snapdragon 625 processor. It might come with a 4.5-inch display. The leaks suggest that the device will have a 3GB of RAM and internal storage capacity. In terms of optics, an 18-megapixel camera, and an 8-megapixel front camera for selfies
After this last treat, the company will stop producing, stocking, and distributing its own mobile phones. In future, the company will license the Blackberry brand to outside businesses to put on the phone they manufacture themselves.
The Physical keyboard is the company’s best-known smartphone feature, with many ex-users still mourning its absence and Blackberry plans to switch off the lights in its industrial units after gifting its loyalist one last parting treat.