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Good Technology Announces iOS 5 Support For Good For Enterprise

Good Technology, the leading provider of secure and managed enterprise mobility for iPhone, iPad, Android and other leading smartphone platforms, today announced support for Apple's iOS 5 mobile operating system. Now Good's customers, including 48 of the Fortune 100, will benefit from enhanced device, application and cost management features – including the ability to support volume purchasing and deployment of App Store apps – as well as stronger security.

"With iOS 5, Apple has added new device and application management features that make it easier for CIOs to embrace devices like iPhone 4S and iPad 2 to make them a critical part of their mobile applications strategy," said John Herrema, SVP of Corporate Strategy at Good Technology. "When combined with Good's industry-leading mobile security and compliance, these new capabilities will allow enterprises to more broadly support iOS devices for both 'bring-your-own-device' and company-owned deployments."

Good for Enterprise also extends iOS 5 device and application management capabilities with enhanced security, data loss prevention, and compliance features. This includes Good for Enterprise's support for FIPS-certified encryption, strong password policies that do not impact the user's personal experience, and its ability to prevent enterprise data like emails, attachments, documents, address book and calendar contents from being leaked to personal apps, social networking sites, and other cloud services outside the enterprise's visibility and control.

Good Technology combines award-winning enterprise-grade mobile security and control with an exceptional user experience, allowing enterprise and government employees to connect, communicate, and collaborate on their devices of choice. Recognized by the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) as the Best Mobile Operations Management Solution in 2011, Good opens new possibilities for maximizing business and personal productivity by providing secure, easy-to-use, and instant mobile access to data, applications and services on hundreds of mobile devices. Want to know more? Visit www.good.com

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