Good Technology (News - Alert), a major player in secure enterprise mobility, has enhanced the Mobile Collaboration solution with secure file sharing, SharePoint access and instant messaging for mobile enterprises.
Officials with Good Technology said that the two new additions to Mobile Collaboration solution—Good Share and Good Connect—which allow mobile workers to access SharePoint and other corporate file shares, send secure instant messages, edit documents and send and receive e-mail, all in a seamless, secure workflow.
Company officials said that together with the Good Dynamics ecosystem of secure business productivity applications, Good's Mobile Collaboration solution allows enterprise IT leaders to effectively-increase employee productivity with a secure, end-to-end mobile collaboration workflow; Provide flexibility and app choice to mobile workers, without compromising data security and reduce the cost and complexity of managing collaboration apps by using a single, integrated infrastructure.
"There's no question that today's workforce is mobile. Enterprises looking to make their employees more productive and effective, better communicate with partners and service their customers need a new approach to collaboration that emphasizes mobility, productivity, and real-time access from any device," said John Herrema, SVP corporate strategy, Good Technology, in a statement.
Herrema said that with the addition of Good Share and Good Connect, Good now provides the only complete mobile collaboration solution that is fully secure and compliant.
According to company officials, Good's Mobile Collaboration solution makes it easy for IT to empower employees with productivity applications that enhance real-time communication and collaboration, while protecting corporate data.
Earlier this month, Good Technology announced that R+V Versicherung, a general insurance company based in Wiesbaden, Germany, has selected the Good for Enterprise solution to simplify the integration of employees’ own mobile devices with corporate email and other systems.
Edited by Brooke Neuman