Attackers are always going to find a new way to attack.
The Canadian company seems to have turned a corner, and John Chen is recognised as being the prime mover for having done so.
The past three and a half years have been tough going for the company but it now believes it has a strategy and an execution plan. In a two-part series, Edwin Yapp explores the resurgence of BlackBerry, including a candid conversation with its CEO, John Chen.
First Blackberry smartphone manufactured with licence holder BB Merah Putih
BlackBerry Ltd has announced a strategic alliance with PT Elang Mahkota Teknologi Tbk (Emtek) that it said would provide cross-platform BBM users with access to enriched content and services.
BlackBerry Ltd, the struggling Canadian handset maker that once dominated the enterprise market has done what it arguably should have a long time ago: release an Android-powered device. DNA's Keith Liu attended the launch event and used the device for a week to give us his impressions.
Revolusi BBM dari sekedar aplikasi pesan, jadi ekosistem sosial Terima 1,2 juta permintaan iklan tiap hari, BBM buka ads platform
Loss-making BlackBerry Ltd is expecting its recently-announced acquisition of crisis communications solution provider AtHoc Ltd to play a significant role in its return to profitability, Goh Thean Eu reports from the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
BlackBerry may no longer be a mobile powerhouse but it plans to remain relevant and lead the mobile enterprise security market – through organic growth and acquisitions, as well as an increasing focus on the IoT, Goh Thean Eu reports from the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
The future success of BlackBerry hinges on the take-up of BES12, writes Keith Liu.