BlackBerry's Workspaces file sync and sharing system is gaining a feature that allows ransomware-encrypted files to be selectively replaced without causing a potential loss of work to unaffected users.
BlackBerry is expanding its partner program, but with an emphasis on quality rather than quantity.
BlackBerry might be remembered for its smartphones, but it owns the QNX car entertainment operating system, and it is now collaborating with Jaguar Land Rover to bring next-gen infotainment to its customers.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.