Meteoric rise of Android, iPhone in enterprise - penetrating 43% of Good Technology deployments

Leader in mobile enterprise security and management announces more than 1,500 enterprise deployments in first half of 2010.

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Aug. 5, 2010 -- Good Technology, the leading provider of secure and managed enterprise mobility for iPhone, iPad, Android and other leading smartphone platforms, today released internal metrics about the changing landscape of IT and mobile enterprise technology. The trend of personal smartphones infiltrating the workplace is being led by new Android™ devices along with Apple's iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch devices based on its iOS™ platform. Good Technology is driving the overall paradigm shift of personal phones doubling as work phones, which is spurring substantial growth for the company. In the first half of 2010, over 1,500 enterprises have deployed Good for Enterprise to secure and manage these popular new devices and enable them for access to business applications and data. iOS and Android devices have already penetrated 43% of all of Good's deployments, and nearly one-fifth of its enterprise customers are using Good for Enterprise to secure and manage three or more device platforms.

"It's an exciting time in the industry," said John Herrema, chief marketing officer of Good Technology. "More than ever, consumers are strongly influencing IT decision makers based on their personal mobility choices. Devices like the iPhone and the many Android phones now available are highly capable in both business and personal spheres and IT's need for a cross-platform solution for mobility security and management is greater than ever."

"The days of the enterprise relying solely on company-provided devices to mobilize its workforce are waning," said Dimitri Volkmann, vice president of product management for Good Technology. "With so many powerful smartphone options consumers, the need to carry two phones—one for work and one for personal use—just isn't there. With Good for Enterprise, IT now has a solution to the 'device dilemma' that combines device choice with the great user experience that end users demand as well as the enterprise-grade security, management and control that IT requires."

Good for Enterprise Customer Adoption

Increasingly, large corporations are struggling to keep the balance between secure mobile management and happy, productive employees. Good For Enterprise offers a seamless multi-device solution to this problem. Forty of the Fortune 100 are Good customers, including industry heavyweights like Costco and Intel. Companies from every industry are also joining Good's roster of clients, including Government: Army Knowledge Online (AKO) and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA); Healthcare: Stryker and Kindred Healthcare; Insurance: Geico and Northwestern Mutual. Well-known consumer brands like Harrah's and Starbucks also trust Good to keep their corporate mobile workforce safe and productive.

"Our employees know what devices are best for them to be the most productive in their jobs," said Alex Yanez, Telecommunications Engineer for Patagonia. "Overwhelmingly, they are choosing the iPhone and Android smartphones. Good gives us the enterprise-class security and management we require to support these devices across our global, dynamic work environment."

"As a global pharmaceutical company, mobility is an important component of our overall business strategy," said Michael Doyle, Senior Director of Global Messaging Services for Sanofi-Aventis. "Good Technology gives us device choice, security, and management so our employees can be productive and responsive, and IT can ensure Sanofi-Aventis' information is safe."

About Good Technology

Good Technology combines enterprise-grade mobile security and control with an exceptional user experience for messaging and collaboration that allows users to connect and collaborate on their devices of choice. Good opens new possibilities for enterprises, government agencies, and end users to maximize business and personal productivity by providing secure, easy-to-use, and instant mobile access to data, applications and services on hundreds of mobile devices. For more information, visit the Good web site at

©2010 VISTO Corporation and Good Technology, Inc. All rights reserved. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are registered trademarks of Apple VISTO, Good, Good Technology, the Good logo, Good for Enterprise, Good for Government, Good for You, Good Mobile Messaging, Good Mobile Intranet, and Powered by Good are trademarks of Good Technology, Inc. ConstantSync, Constant Synchronization, Good Mobile Client, Good Mobile Portal, Good Mobile Exchange Access, Good Mobile Platform, Good Easy Setup, Good Social Networking and Good SmartIcon are either trademarks or registered trademarks of VISTO Corporation. All third-party trademarks, trade names, or service marks are the property of their respective owners and are used only to refer to the goods or services identified by those third-party marks. Good and VISTO technology is protected by U.S. Patents 6,085,192; 5,968,131; 6,023,708; 5,961,590; 6,131,116; 6,151,606; 6,233,341; 6,131,096, 6,708,221 and 6,766,454 and the following NTP U.S. Patents: 5,436,960, 5,438,611, 5,479,472, 5,625,670, 5,631,946, 5,819,172, 6,067,451, 6,317,592 and various other foreign patents. Other patents pending.

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