"We do the full gamut [of security]," BlackBerry ANZ managing director David Nicol told iTWire, with a deep specialisation in certain areas.
A security communications platform aimed at organisations in Melbourne has attracted its first participants.
BlackBerry has expanded its AtHoc crisis communications software with the addition of AtHoc Account, designed to account for an organisation's people in times of crisis such as natural disasters or terrorist attacks.
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