At the CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas, the firm today unveiled its integrated line-up under the umbrella brand of Good Works, made up of three products targeting separate mobility segments: Good for Enterprise, Good for Government and Good for You aimed at individuals.
"Good Works will give you what Microsoft or RIM can't or won't: device choice with a consistent and exceptional user experience across a fractured smartphone market and with world-class security and control," said Good Technology vice president John Herrema.
Good for Enterprise, available immediately, provides businesses with mobile access to Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino corporate email systems, messaging and enterprise applications, plus administrator tools to control and manage company-owned mobile devices.
As well as support for Windows Mobile, Symbian and Palm OS, Good Technology has added support for Apple's iPhone. This will be available from the second quarter of 2009, but appears to extend only as far as the Good Mobile Control management component of the suite.
Good for Government provides the same functions of Good for Enterprise, but with added security such as S/Mime messaging and Common Access Card support, the company said.
Meanwhile, Good for You is aimed at individual users and offers mobile access to messaging, address book, calendaring, social networking and media sharing applications and services, according to Good Technology.
The service is also available for mobile operators, device makers and service providers to operate as a customisable hosted solution. It supports Windows Mobile, Symbian and Java-based handsets.
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