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.
BlackBerry’s KEYone, hailed as a good, solid, work phone with a keyboard and decent performance, is available for pre-order in Australia with delivery in July.
BlackBerry used the Mobile World Congress to launch its last fully BlackBerry designed, secure smartphone with a keyboard. But it is the first made by Chinese licensee TCL (makers of Alcatel) who will take over stewardship of the design, manufacture, and marketing of BlackBerry smartphones from here on in.
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