Edvance Technology Partners with BlackBerry to Realize Secured Mobile Workforce

Edvance Technology (Hong Kong) Limited (“Edvance Technology”), a leading IT security solutions distributor in Hong Kong, today announced that it has entered a distribution relationship with BlackBerry Limited (NYSE: BB; TSX: BB), a global technology leader providing intelligent security software and services to enterprises and governments around the world. Edvance Technology can now offer customers the BlackBerry Spark® platform with a new unified endpoint security (UES) layer, which utilizes artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation to provide improved cyber threat prevention and remediation.

 

Along with its strong reseller network, Edvance Technology expects to quickly deliver BlackBerry® UES solutions to key market segments in Hong Kong, leveraging its existing relationship with partners and clients. As more organizations seek comprehensive solutions to support a modern workforce, a software provider with deep mobile security expertise and experience is crucial.

 

“Our society continues to consume more technologies that change our behavior, both at work and leisure. With these new changes, security and privacy have become top priorities and concerns for enterprises and users. We see huge potential in the enterprise security market and look forward to a fruitful relationship together,” said Mr. Francis Lee, CEO, Edvance Technology (Hong Kong) Limited.

 

“A trusted security partner is extremely important for enterprises to achieve business continuity. Through this strategic partnership, we believe we can combine the power of BlackBerry UES with Edvance Technology to drive adoption of our solutions throughout the enterprise segment,” said Stephen Mak, Vice President, Asia Pacific, BlackBerry.

 

Edvance Technology is well-positioned and prepared to help enterprises, and work with resellers, to deliver BlackBerry solutions to the market.

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