The US$1.4 billion acquisition of AI and cyber security specialist Cylance by BlackBerry has been completed on schedule.
Security vendor BlackBerry has agreed to purchase Cylance — which focuses on the application of AI to cyber security — for US$1.4 billion.
BlackBerry has teamed up with Optus Business in the deployment of a secure content collaboration platform, BlackBerry Workspaces, for medical research organisation, Melanoma Institute Australia.
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