These Tech Companies Want To Bring Digital Equity To First Nations In Canada

Wednesday, July 10, 2019
Jennifer Kite-Powell

At the Indigenous Technology Summit in Montreal last month in June 2019, BlackBerry (NYSE: BB) announced a partnership to help Indigenous communities deploy foundational and new technologies that will improve health, education, safety and economic development for First Nations across Canada.

In partnership with Mustimuhw Information Solutions (MIS) and Forrest Green and Microsoft, the four companies plan to deliver a mix of next-generation secure communication, cybersecurity, cloud, IoT, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies to Chiefs and Grand Chiefs across Canada to support local service organizations to strengthen their security infrastructure.

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