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Good Technology Democratizes Secure Mobility with Broader Portfolio and New Partnerships

Company enables organizations of all sizes to work securely with new cloud solution, industry partnerships and expanded mobile service management capabilities

BARCELONA, Spain and SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Good Technology™, the leader in secure mobility, today announced new innovations and partnerships that allow businesses of all sizes to realize the impact, value and opportunity that secure mobility can have for their organization. Today's announcements include a new cloud-based secure mobility solution, new carrier and distributor partnerships and a comprehensive range of mobile service management capabilities that deliver the best user experience with lower total cost of ownership (TCO).  Organizations can accelerate adoption of secure mobility and enable users to work securely and more efficiently from virtually anywhere.  The company also announced today the intent to acquire BoxTone, the innovator of mobile service management.

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"Mobile security is no longer a topic reserved for large enterprises, regulated industries or the office of the CIO," said Christy Wyatt, CEO and President of Good Technology.  "Everyone has data that should and needs to be protected on the mobile devices they are carrying.  With these new partnership and product announcements, businesses of all sizes can now access the same industry-leading security and management capabilities that were once only available to large organizations."

Good Introduces First Cloud-based Solution, Delivering Ease and Affordability for Business Professionals in Companies of all Sizes

Today, business professionals in any size organization, ranging from large corporations to small business to individual consultants, have the same privacy and security needs. With the newly-announced Good Pro™, individuals that source and manage their own mobile technology can have the same enterprise-grade security Good is known for, but in a simple, downloadable cloud-based app.

Good Pro delivers the intuitive experience and performance users expect in a native application, but beyond that, delivers business-class productivity with Good's industry-leading security and privacy protection. The Good Pro mobile app is optimized for everyday workflows that the business user relies on, pulling all business information together, including email, contacts and calendar from Microsoft Exchange and Business Office 365, and integrating with third party file sharing services, such as Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive.  Good Pro was also designed with intuitive smart interactions built in, so users can get work done faster while allowing them to quickly browse recent communications and collaboration history. If lost or stolen, users can wipe business data or the entire device from a simple, self-service portal. 

"Security matters most when choosing mobile productivity apps, whether on-premise, cloud hosted or hybrid," said Jean Philippe Bouchard, research director, mobile enterprise software and applications, IDC. "Today, more than ever, organizations of all sizes are looking beyond native capabilities to enable a better business experience."

Good Pro beta for Android will be available in March at no cost via Google Play, with the iOS beta version to be made available in April.  Good Pro pricing and supported languages will be announced at the time of general availability.

To sign up for the Good Pro beta for Android, please visit:

Good Secure Mobility Now Available To Millions of Businesses Through New Carrier and Distribution Partnerships

Millions of businesses trust their carrier or reseller for mobile technology and advice.  Now, those businesses will have easy access to Good secure mobility solutions through new partnerships with a new global distribution partner, Tech Data, and a carrier reseller, TELUS.

Good Technology today announced the company's first global distributor agreement with Tech Data – enabling channel partners to extend access to secure mobility for businesses of all sizes.   This new agreement enables more expansive international reach with a network of more than 120,000 resellers, as Tech Data will be able to offer joint customers in EMEA and North America with a total solution of mobile devices, infrastructure and Good's world-class secure mobility solution.

Additionally, TELUS and Good are partnering in Canada to facilitate corporate use of Android and iOS devices, as well as bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs.  TELUS will resell Good for Enterprise and the Good Collaboration Suite across all market segments.

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Good Delivers Lower TCO for Large Organizations with New Mobile Service Management Solution

Good also introduced a new Mobile Service Management (MSM) solution to ensure organizations prevent business disruption, contain costs and maintain compliance while managing a diverse mix of devices.   

The new Good offering includes:

  • End to end visibility across all mobile infrastructure from backend servers to device
  • Proactive monitoring and alerting to reduce downtime and optimize performance
  • Automated support diagnostics to fix mobile issues fast
  • User friendly self-service to enroll, support, migrate and wipe devices with no IT touch
  • Rich analytics for tracking, optimization and audit compliance

With Good's new MSM solution, enterprises, including those migrating off of BlackBerry, can now monitor through a 'single pane of glass' multiple mobile services, including Good for Enterprise (GFE), Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and BlackBerry, that are running across Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Mobile devices.  This enables IT to simplify the support of the wide diversity of devices that their end users are carrying, ensure best user experience by proactively addressing issues before users are impacted and drive efficiencies that reduce overall mobile TCO by 20% or more and 66% in terms of lower labor support costs.

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About Good Technology

Good Technology is the innovation leader in secure mobility solutions; enabling business to move freely and engage at the edge. Good's comprehensive solution consists of a secure mobility platform, mobile device management, a suite of collaboration applications, and a broad third-party application and partner ecosystem that unlocks your mobile potential. More than 5,000 organizations in 130 countries use Good Technology solutions, including FORTUNE 100™ leaders in commercial banking, insurance, healthcare, retail, government, manufacturing and aerospace and defense. Learn more at

© 2014 Good Technology Corporation and its related entities. All use is subject to license terms posted at All rights reserved. GOOD, GOOD TECHNOLOGY, the GOOD logo, GOOD FOR ENTERPRISE, GOOD FOR GOVERNMENT, GOOD FOR YOU, GOOD DYNAMICS, SECURED BY GOOD, GOOD MOBILE MANAGER, GOOD CONNECT, GOOD SHARE, GOOD TRUST, GOOD VAULT, and GOOD DYNAMICS APPKINETICS are trademarks of Good Technology Corporation and its related entities. All third-party trademarks, trade names, or service marks may be claimed as the property of their respective owners. Good's technology and products are protected by issued and pending U.S. and foreign patents.

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Email: [email protected]


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