Good Technology, Inc., the trusted standard for enterprise mobile computing software and service, announced that Good(TM) Mobile Messaging (formerly GoodLink) supports the Nokia E61 smartphone based on Symbian OS. This powerful combination is an important addition to Good’s support for industry standards-based devices, which are used by enterprise customers on over 180 carrier networks in over 80 countries around the world.
“The Nokia E61 with Good Mobile Messaging is a true winner. I took the device around Germany and all over India and was e-mailing away. With the richness of Good and the Nokia E61, everything, including attachments, worked very well,” said Gregg Davis, CIO and senior vice president, Webcor Builders. “The phone’s industrial design, voice quality, brilliant screen and spacious keyboard unlock the power of Good Mobile Messaging for true mobile computing. This is an awesome marriage of technology between Good and Nokia.”
“Good Mobile Messaging is a proven solution for enterprises around the world,” said Dave Grannan, general manager, Email, Enterprise Solutions, Nokia. “Our collaboration with Good has resulted in a winning combination—an innovative smartphone with award-winning software that serves as a powerful productivity tool for international business travelers. This combination warrants our ‘Eseries’ promise of an open mobile platform that can run the most demanding and robust enterprise applications existing today.”
“Good Technology’s support for the Nokia E61 smartphone extends the reach of Symbian OS to a growing base of global business users,” said Simon Garth, vice president of marketing, Symbian Ltd. “We believe that the combination of Symbian, Nokia and Good offers an outstanding solution for the enterprise. As the global smartphone OS market leader, we have a strong customer base that will benefit from this new introduction.”
“The Nokia E61 is one of the first truly international smartphones,” said Rick Osterloh, vice president, product management and marketing, Good Technology. “Additionally, Symbian is an important partner as we expand our presence internationally and extend platform support to the world’s most popular smartphone operating system. Now customers can use Good Mobile Messaging on an even broader set of industry standards-based devices.”
Good Mobile Messaging for the Nokia E61 smartphone is available immediately through authorized wireless carriers and value added resellers worldwide and directly through Good Technology.
Good Technology’s software and service provides enterprise customers with:
- An easy-to-use interface with robust productivity features including continuous two-way, push-based wireless synchronization of all Microsoft(R) Exchange and IBM Lotus(R) Domino(R) functions, including e-mail, calendar, contacts and more using Good Mobile Messaging
- Low total cost of ownership (TCO) mobile management with Secure Over-The-Air(TM) functionality and simplified IT administration featuring Zero-IT-Touch(TM) activations and upgrades of Good and third-party applications
- Worldwide coverage through Good Global Connect(TM), which provides connectivity through 2.5G, 3G, or Wi-Fi networks
- End-to-end, enterprise-class, FIPS-certified security
- Real-time handheld fleet visibility, providing IT administrators and help desk personnel with the information they need to diagnose and resolve user issues
About Good Technology
Good Technology makes mobile computing easy and essential for everyone. The company’s flagship products, Good(TM) Mobile Messaging (formerly GoodLink), Good Mobile Intranet and Good Mobile Defense, securely extend IBM Lotus(R) Domino(R), Microsoft(R) Exchange, and other enterprise systems to a variety of the most popular smartphones and networks. Good’s software and managed service deliver a rich user experience, low total cost of ownership through Secure Over-The-Air(TM) management, industry-leading security and enterprise-class support and service. Good Technology products are available through authorized wireless carriers, value-added resellers and directly through Good Technology. GOOD(TM), the GOOD and Design logo(TM), GOODLINK(TM) and GOOD TECHNOLOGY(TM) are Good Technology’s primary trademarks. Other marks belong to their respective owners.
IBM, the IBM logo, Lotus, Domino, Lotus Notes are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Symbian and all Symbian-based marks and logos are trade marks of Symbian Software Limited.