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WatchDox by BlackBerry has received the top score in the “High Security” critical capabilities category by Gartner

BlackBerry announced today that WatchDox® by BlackBerry® has received the top score in the “High Security” critical capabilities category in the Gartner report “Critical Capabilities for Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing” by Jeffrey Mann, Charles Smulders, Monica Basso, issued on October 29, 2015. WatchDox was listed ahead of 15 other prominent EFSS vendors, including Box, DropBox, Google, Microsoft, Accellion, Citrix, AirWatch, Intralinks, Egnyte, Syncplicity, Huddle, Ctera Networks, Thru, Acronis, and Varoni.

WatchDox was also ranked the clear second in the “Mobile Workforce” category behind Citrix and tied for second with Box in the “Extranet” category behind Citrix and ahead of the other aforementioned vendors.


WatchDox allows users to access and collaborate on documents from PC and Mac desktops, tablets, and smartphones, giving employees the flexibility to work across locations, share content with external parties, and be productive no matter where they are. WatchDox is the most secure EFSS solution and is unique in that the document encryption and controls stay with the file even when it is shared on unmanaged devices and with third parties.

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Written by Shahriyar Ali


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