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Android gets enterprise-grade email app

Good Technology has released secure productivity software for the iPhone and Android, including the first remotely wipable email client for Google's mobile platform.
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Written by David Meyer, Freelance reporter on
Enterprise mobile application company Good Technology has released secure productivity software for the iPhone and Android, including the first remotely wipable email client for Google's mobile platform.

The Good for Enterprise apps, comprising secure email, calendar and contacts, were announced on Monday. The apps themselves are free, but only work with paid-for Good for Enterprise server software.

"There is no denying that Android devices are some of the hottest devices on the market right now," Good Technology marketing chief John Herrema said in a statement. "Over the next year, we expect to see even more demand for secure access to enterprise data and applications from a wide variety of Android devices, including smartphones and netbooks."

The Android and iPhone applications encrypt and isolate enterprise data from personal data held on the handset, which makes it possible to wipe enterprise data without affecting the user's other data and applications. IT managers can manage all their users' handsets from a web-based console.

For more, read "Android gets enterprise-grade email app" on ZDNet UK.

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