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PARLIAMENTARY SERVICE NEW ZEALAND AND MAI-WEL GROUP CHOOSE BLACKBERRY SOFTWARE, AS TELSYTE STUDY FINDS GROWING CONCERN OF PERSONAL CLOUDS

• New research from Telsyte shows BlackBerry is the leading MDM vendor in Australia and New Zealand; and reveals two in three businesses in Australia are concerned about employees storing company data on personal clouds Sydney, Australia – BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB), a global software leader in securing, connecting and mobilizing enterprises has announced that government.
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