As companies embrace the usage of individual liable mobile devices to access corporate applications and data, Good Technology is often asked for guidance on creating individual liable usage policies. This document provides guidance on the questions to ask when establishing these policies.
The two companies are joining forces to meet the rapidly increasing security and compliance requirements of mobile enterprise applications.
McAfee's new security platform release delivers on an enhanced mobile security vision to protect devices, data and mobile applications across every level of enterprise mobile deployments.
The company, which specializes in mobile risk management, has released a new version of its Fixmo MRM platform.
Developers and providers of next-generation mobile platforms and applications – including Appcelerator, Citrix, FeedHenry, Good Technology, Juniper Networks, VMware and Zscaler – are collaborating with EMC's RSA security division to implement strong authentication technology optimized for a variety of mobile use cases.
Good Technology is partnering with both Microsoft and Nokia on business security and corporate email, leaving the company well-placed to take advantage of the eventual surge Windows Phone-based devices - especially those from Nokia - will see as 2012 progresses.
In addition to an already large range of MDM capabilities, Afaria 7.0 delivers a new user interface, a new App Portal With SAP Store Integration, drill-down mobile analytics dashboards to simplify distribution of apps and provide advanced, cost-effective mobile management.
The security company brings together a suite of new platform capabilities that target larger enterprises and provide an integrated means of insuring that both data and mobile devices will be highly secure as new mobile apps are rolled out across a wide collection of device platforms.
Antenna's colorfully named new platform seeks to bring simplicity to ever more complex enterprise mobile environments, going beyond application development to full mobile lifecycle management.
Smartphone virtualization vendor Cellrox and Columbia University reached a licensing agreement on virtual technology developed at the university that targets the enterprise BYOD market.