Good Technology Enhances Good Work for Improved Corporate Data Security on Mobile Devices
FREMONT, CA: Good Technology, a provider of secure mobility, announces new security capabilities for ‘Good Work’ for enhanced corporate data protection.
The business-class email and collaboration app can now be extended with secure voice and SMS communications, configured with more granular data loss prevention policies and enabled to support Email Classification and Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME) for enterprises that require classification and digital signing and encryption of messages.
Enhanced features in Good Work boost user productivity and provide IT with more flexibility to secure and manage access to sensitive messaging, voice and SMS communications.
“The need to ensure that corporate data is secure from threats, whether external or internal, is critical in every enterprise,” says Christy Wyatt, Chairman and CEO, Good Technology. “Offering an amazing user experience while providing the highest level of mobile security has been our focus for over a decade. Good Work enables users to be their most productive while keeping their data safe in the world’s most demanding environments.”
Good Work now integrates CellTrust SecureLine. It enables a secure mobile business number on bring-your-own-devices (BYOD), to keep personal and business communications separate on a single device. Without using the personal number the integrated solution encrypts and secures business calls and SMS messages on the device.
Additional enhancements include more fine grained policies governing copy-and-paste of information between Good-secured and non-secured business or personal apps and cloud services that enable IT to support multiple enterprise use cases. In addition, new data capture restrictions have been added including screen snapshots, dictation, custom keyboards and more. It also supports email classification and S/MIME for digital signing and encryption of messages.
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