BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) makes a grand acquisition of top-notch document security company, WatchDox. BBRY makes an appeal to customers who cater to a technology platform.
The association that BBRY shares with Israel based data security major WatchDox. There are limited add-onto documents present in the cloud. In CEO John Chen’s insights, the acquisition is a step up towards secured means for mobile communications applications and software, which support all kinds of OS or device-based applications.
Reports say volumes about the acquisition worth $100 million. With this, BBRY has emerged into the second based portfolio in Israel; it now has an exclusive R&D center at its disposal. Canadian major BBRY believes that this WatchDox connection shall help in expanded servicing and winning back a myriad of enterprise clientele.
Reliable And Secured Option
The company’s data-centric security measures hold the key for multiple deployment capabilities, especially using the cloud. BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) now has a proficient foundation for lock documentation altogether. Further, the services at large, helped BBRY in aligning itself to core values pertaining to reliability and security.
WatchDox exclusively provides user-level controls for limiting access to myriad of documents of various kinds. Users can lock documents together and can prevent editing or viewing user identity, modified and centric OS and view or access IP address.
Expansions Deep-Rooted, WatchDox Committed
The acquisition has put BBRY at remarkably profitable realms. Now wiser data analysis can be carried out. The system works relentlessly on devices, and the product has placed itself in the market as a cross-market product. The company has a bolstered foundation for the operation of devices, with data.
The expansions are deep-rooted, committed and reliable. Besides there is belief that the company, in association with WatchDox provides customized offerings and wonders that the securities conform to a part of packages pertaining to customers. Customers are set to benefit from the integration of both the entities.