Worldwide Mobile Device Management Industry to 2025 – Featuring Blackberry, Cisco Systems and IBM Among Others

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 14, 2020–

The “Mobile Device Management (MDM) Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2020-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global mobile device management (MDM) market is currently witnessing strong growth. Looking forward, the publisher expects the market to register a CAGR of around 18% during 2020-2025.

Mobile device management (MDM) refers to a software application that is designed to assist managers and administrators in controlling and securing mobile endpoints, such as laptops, smartphones and tablets across the organization. It is a crucial component of enterprise mobility management (EMM), which enables users to access official data, documents and applications on personal devices. MDM can perform various functions, including the maintenance of hardware and application inventory, provide a remote control for troubleshooting and the management of operating system (OS) configuration and mobile content. Owing to this, it finds extensive applications across various industries,

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BlackBerry Turns a Corner as the Automotive Market Revs Up Again

BlackBerry‘s (NYSE: BB) stock recently rallied after its second-quarter results beat Wall Street’s expectations. The software and services company’s revenue rose 6% year-over-year to $259 million. On an adjusted basis, which includes deferred revenue, its revenue rose 2% to $266 million, beating estimates by $26 million.



BlackBerry Turns a Corner as the Automotive Market Revs Up Again


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BlackBerry Turns a Corner as the Automotive Market Revs Up Again

Its net loss narrowed from $44 million to $23 million. On a non-GAAP basis, which excludes stock-based compensation and other one-time expenses, its net income jumped from $1 million to $62 million, or $0.11 per share — which surpassed expectations by nine cents.



An artist's depiction of a connected car.


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An artist’s depiction of a connected car.

BlackBerry’s headline numbers marked a strong rebound from the first quarter, which had broken its five-quarter streak of adjusted revenue growth with a 20% decline. Its growth was supported by stay-at-home trends and

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After Failing in Mobile, BlackBerry Wants to Conquer the Automotive World

While the Canadians are now working on another “modern” Android device with a QWERTY keyboard, the company is also trying to explore other markets, including the automotive one.

What BlackBerry wants to do is compete against the likes of Android and Linux to power the driving experience on electric vehicles, so most recently, it signed a deal with Desay SV Automotive to build the autonomous driving domain controller for the Xpeng P7 built by Xpeng Motors.

In other words, BlackBerry will bring in the necessary operating system, Desay will contribute with the automatic driving control unit, called IPU-03, and together they plan to offer a unique driving experience in the Chinese electric vehicle.

One of the best things about QNX is that it’s fully focused on security, something that has been part of BlackBerry’s DNA for many years already.

At a time when cars are getting smarter thanks to the

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