BlackBerry has kicked off the BlackBerry World Tour 2019 in Tokyo, where it’s taking its latest enterprise security innovations on the road.
Beginning with the first event in Tokyo, each stop gives enterprise customers opportunities to learn more about BlackBerry’s endpoint management, endpoint protection, secure communication and embedded software solutions.
The tour provides hands-on experiences with some of the newest innovations and a chance to talk with business leaders and BlackBerry executives about the latest challenges and opportunities facing organisations in today’s hyper-connected world.
The BlackBerry World Tour 2019 includes 10 events taking place in the following locations:
- Tokyo: September 11, 2019
- London: October 1-2, 2019
- The Hague: October 8, 2019
- Ottawa: October 16, 2019
- New York: October 23, 2019
- Washington D.C.: October 30, 2019
- Toronto: November 7, 2019
- Frankfurt: November 12, 2019
- Singapore: November 19, 2019
- Sydney: November 21, 2019
The BlackBerry World Tour 2019 will feature select customers and success stories from its corresponding regions. At the first stop in Japan BlackBerry announced the first-of-its-kind integrated human machine interface (HMI) with DENSO, “Harmony Core, a digital cockpit system which will be available in the all-new 2020 SUBARU Legacy and Outback (U.S. model).
The upcoming London event will host Jaguar Land Rover to discuss their evolving partnership with BlackBerry, including the integration of BlackBerry QNX and BlackBerry Cylance into the automotive manufacturer’s next generation vehicles.
Mark Wilson, CMO at BlackBerry said,
“The BlackBerry World Tour 2019 will allow us to provide a hands-on, highly interactive experience exploring the nexus of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things. We’re excited to empower our customers at each stop of the tour as we all learn, connect and endeavour together to protect the systems forming the bedrock of our hyper-connected world.”
The BlackBerry World Tour 2019 program includes keynote addresses, product demos, live hacking events, networking sessions, partner and customer days and additional activities designed to critically engage and deepen attendees’ understanding of the cybersecurity and enterprise technology landscape.