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Secure web browser introduced to Good Technology enterprise solution

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Good Technology has introduced a secure web browser to its Good for Enterprise product.

According to the company, the secure web browser allows mobile users to access intranets and other web-enabled enterprise applications and is currently available for iOS devices 4.0 and higher and Microsoft Exchange platforms.

John Herrema, senior vice president of corporate strategy at Good Technology, said that Good Mobile Access offers clean separation of enterprise from personal data, including browser cache, bookmarks, history and downloaded files, as well as the ability to remotely wipe a browser cache, bookmarks, history and downloaded files.
 
“After messaging and personal information manager access, our customers' most critical need is for secure access to their existing intranets and web-enabled apps,” he said.

“With Good Mobile Access, our customers can now achieve the same level of security, control and data loss prevention for intranet and enterprise apps access as they do for messaging, without adding any new infrastructure, or exposing their networks, apps or data to external threats.”

Andy Jacques of Good Technology will be presenting at the SC Mobile Device Management conference, further details herehttp://www.scmagazineuk.com/data-on-the-move-conference/section/362/
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