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Good Technology launches enterprise mobility suites

Good Technology launches enterprise mobility suites

Four new suites to scale mobile adoption

Good Technology has released four new enterprise mobility management (EMM) suits to assist business with mobile adoption strategy.

The mobile security firm said the four suites allows a business to choose the best solution for its needs and help accelerate enterprise adoption of mobile applications.

Good Technology said the applications were developed to meet the desire of organisations to transition from initial device deployments to wide-scale application adoption.

It claimed business is looking for simple enterprise mobility management solutions that are scalable, cross-platform, support flexible deployment options including cloud, on-premise, and hybrid, and secure corporate data as well as manage devices.

Good Technology chairman and chief executive, Christy Wyatt, said the firm has heard from customers they would like comprehensive solutions to suit their needs.

“With the introduction of these new suites, organisations at any stage of their mobility journey have a simple, cost effective solution for enterprise mobility management and increased productivity,” Wyatt said.

The new EMM suites are based on Good Technology's existing product portfolio and some are rebranded from the firm’s February release.

The products include: Good professional suite, an entry level solution for basic mobile security; Good enterprise suite, for entry-level enterprise mobility management and BYOD; Good collaboration suite, for advanced enterprise mobility; and Good Mobility suite for complete mobility management.

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