BlackBerry today announced that Gartner has given the company the highest score in two use cases in its Critical Capabilities for Content Collaboration Platforms Report.
This comes on the heels of news that BlackBerry had also received the highest score for all six use cases in Gartner’s Critical Capabilities for High-Security Mobility Management report, which was published last month.
Gartner’s new report assessed and scored content collaboration solutions from 13 vendors, including BlackBerry Workspaces. BlackBerry received the highest scores in Workforce Productivity and Centralized Content Protection for its BlackBerry Workspaces solution.
BlackBerry also received the second highest scores in Extended Collaboration and Lightweight Workflow.
Billy Ho, executive vice president of enterprise products, BlackBerry said,
“Content collaboration across a distributed workforce is an essential tool in any modern enterprise,”
“Secure collaboration has been a priority for highly regulated industries for many years. What’s changed is that a steady drumbeat of high-profile data breaches has demonstrated that a secure collaboration suite like BlackBerry Workspaces is now a requirement for every enterprise.”
In today’s digital workplace, enterprise employees need to collaborate virtually with each other, as well as with external suppliers, partners, and customers, and that includes accessing, editing and sharing corporate content across multiple devices. BlackBerry Workspaces enables these internal and external collaborators to do just that, securely from any mobile or desktop device.
To learn more, download the Gartner 2017 Critical Capabilities for Content Collaboration Platforms Report.