Cloud Distribution Offer Partners Blackberry’s Secure Platform

Cloud Distribution has announced it will offer the channel in the UK and Ireland complete access to the BlackBerry Secure platform, a suite of software and services that helps enterprises manage and control access to IoT devices such as smartphones, tablets, wearables and more, as well as secure communications for all messaging and file types.

Cloud Distribution has provided the channel with access to BlackBerry Workspaces for over three years. By expanding its relationship with BlackBerry and making it simple to access the company’s comprehensive software portfolio, Cloud Distribution is ultimately enabling its channel partners to offer secure unified endpoint management (UEM), productivity and collaboration.

“Building on our successful Workspaces relationship with BlackBerry, we are now excited to offer our partners a complete UEM strategy, in a way that is simply unrivalled in the market,” explains Adam Davison, Sales Director, Cloud Distribution. “In line with our proven go-to-market strategy and utilising our Altitude Marketing program, partners can leverage BlackBerry’s outstanding technology and momentum to create a rapid pipeline. There is a full schedule of joint marketing campaigns and initiatives underway to help partners stimulate interest and accelerate pipeline growth.”

“The expanded relationship with Cloud Distribution signifies our continued investment in strategic partnerships with industry leaders, enabling us to enhance our channel partner ecosystem and provide business customers with the best possible experience within their respective market,” said Richard McLeod, VP of Global Enterprise Software Channels, BlackBerry. “Cloud Distribution’s security specialists have proven they can address challenges in today’s complex and sophisticated business environments and we look forward to working with closely as more and more businesses seek comprehensive solutions to secure and mobilize their workforce.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine