Chrome Enterprise

BlackBerry highlights Chrome Enterprise Management with BlackBerry UEM

Chrome OS Management with BlackBerry UEM is now in customer trials and will be globally available from July 2022.

Google unveiled Chrome Enterprise Connectors Framework yesterday, a collection of integrations designed to ease IT teams’ work further. One of the connectors that Google is rolling out is connectors for BlackBerry UEM.

BlackBerry highlighted today how company’s can leverage BlackBerry UEM to download security patches onto user devices automatically.

Chrome Enterprise Management with BlackBerry UEM, provides the full suite of Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) support for the growing number devices running the Google Chrome OS and Chrome browser in enterprises.

The new integration increases BlackBerry UEM’s Serviceable Available Market (SAM) with Chrome Enterprise devices quickly gaining popularity as a cost-effective, competitive solution for business executives, their tech teams and employees, now backed by BlackBerry UEM’s security.

Additionally, the new BlackBerry UEM integration is featured on Google’s Chrome Enterprise Recommended  program that helps enterprises select validated partner solutions and integrations that support their workforce, wherever they work and the devices they choose to use.

“We see increasing adoption of Google Chrome and Chrome OS devices amongst our enterprise customers. In addition to existing support for BlackBerry apps on Chrome devices, businesses were calling for remote management capabilities to enforce policy settings and raise security levels.

Working hand-in-hand with Google, our UEM solution is better equipped than ever to keep employees connected and protected so they can work from practically any device, anywhere,” said Billy Ho, Executive VP, Cybersecurity Product at BlackBerry.

BlackBerry UEM leverages the new Chrome Enterprise Connectors Framework and associated Chrome Management APIs including Chrome Policy APIs to manage and secure Chrome-based devices.

Through BlackBerry’s rich unified endpoint management feature-set and a single integrated dashboard view, IT managers are now able to activate an extensive list of policies including remote wipe, password enforcement, user group and Allowlist configurations, auto-updates, and connection settings for Chrome OS-powered devices and the Chrome browser.

This greater level of control over device and policy management enables organizations to empower users to work on their choice of technology without compromising enterprise security.

Chrome OS Management with BlackBerry UEM is now in customer trials and will be globally available from July 2022.