Motorola, Good Technology deliver push e-mail for Moto Q

Monday 22 May 2006 | 16:36 CET | News
Motorola, a worldwide leader in wireless and broadband communications and Good Technology today announced that GoodLink wireless messaging is available immediately on the Moto Q. GoodLink running on the Moto Q combines an uncompromising phone experience with a stylishly thin form factor and assuredly secure solution for enterprise mobility. "Our thousands of enterprise customers are excited by Motorola's stylish, powerful Moto Q with the flexibility of the industry-leading Windows Mobile platform. The Moto Q clearly delivers," said Danny Shader, CEO of Good Technology. Powered by Verizon Wireless's high-speed EVDO network, the Moto Q and GoodLink enable mobile professionals to take care of business while on the go by staying connected to--and easily multitasking between--their email with attachments*, folders, calendar, contacts, global address look-up, notes, tasks and other critical business applications. Using GoodLink's Secure Over-The-Air™ setup, mobile professionals can get up and running in minutes, without ever having to part with their smartphone. GoodLink on the Moto Q is available for Microsoft Exchange users today, and will be available for IBM Domino/Lotus Notes users this summer. GoodLink on the Moto Q provides business customers with: • Continuous, two-way push-based wireless synchronization of all corporate PIM functions including e-mail, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks, as well as access to other applications including corporate intranets, CRM and ERP;* • Intuitive, zero-learning-curve interface with full access to attachments and thousands of personal and professional productivity applications developed for the Windows Mobile 5.0 platform; • Enterprise-class, FIPS-certified security including end-to-end AES data encryption, remote data wipe, and remote password policy management; and • Secure Over-The-Air device provisioning and management for improved TCO and simplified IT administration featuring Zero-IT-Touch™ activations and upgrades of GoodLink and third-party applications. "With GoodLink on the Moto Q, users get a great phone and industry-leading mobile messaging solution, and IT gets the peace of mind of end-to-end security and control--all in the world's thinnest smartphone," said Mark Shockley, vice president of Seamless Mobility Devices, Motorola Mobile Devices.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Microsoft / Verizon
Countries: World
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