Motorola’s Good to Cover the Globe
Motorola’s Good Technology Group today announced it’s expanding worldwide device support for Good’s mobile e-mail, application access, and over-the-air security and management solution to over 300 device, carrier combinations.
The move is aimed to help organizations have centralized solution, which can be deployed across multiple devices, carriers, and mobile operating systems worldwide.
Thus, Good will ensure that each supported device on an enterprise’s network receives a compatible version of Good’s client software. In addition Good has provided a device support portal and user forum for IT administrators to lookup supported devices.
Good now supports multiple smartphone brands across all carriers that offer these devices worldwide. The support is now available for the MOTO Q smartphone family, the Motorola MC35 and MC70 enterprise digital assistant (EDA) line, as well as select handhelds from Palm, HTC, and Samsung.
The company says the Good Worldwide Device Support program is in addition to Good’s existing certified device support programs with carrier resellers such as AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Telstra, O2, and others.
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