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BlackBerry shed some light on its latest acquisition target, AtHoc, today. It looks an improbable fit at first: AtHoc does crisis comms for emergency services and campuses, and its big customers include the military, the Department of Homeland Security and the DoD. Speaking at BlackBerry’s annual security summit in New York, …
Thursday 23rd July 2015 22:25 GMT DesktopAlert
Howard Ryan - CEO Desktop Alert Inc.
Desktop Alert Inc., as a developer of mass notification products, including Blackberry emergency mobile applications, to over 1 million Department of Defense, Federal and State employees we applaud this move by Blackberry! When lives are at stake, seconds count. Blackberry's entree to the mass notification sector will save lives! Competition aside, we are thrilled that AtHoc and Blackberry has placed an even brighter spotlight on the need for mass notification during an emergent event.