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Good Technology updates enterprise client for iPad

updated 05:40 pm EST, Mon November 8, 2010

v1.7.0 also fixes minor issues

Good Technology have updated their free Good for Enterprise application for iOS devices to v1.7.0, adding a new iPad HD version to the universal iOS app which makes full use of the expanded screen size. Good For Enterprise allows business users to easily work with "corporate" secure email accounts, calendars and contacts from Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino servers, taking advantage of the enterprise features in iOS 3 and higher to deliver push synchronization, over-the-air and on-device encryption, password policy enforcement and remote wiping of data.

The program's email features include push notifications, folder subscriptions with email history, the ability to move messages between folders and filter or sort them on a variety of criteria, view attachments, create a custom signature and generating an out-of-office (OOO) reply. The calendar portion can create and edit meetings for Exchange users, mark meetings as private and look up attendee busy/free status among other features, and the contact manager features corporate directory lookup and maps integration including driving directions.

The update also includes a number of minor refinements and bug fixes. The app works with iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches running iOS 3.0 or higher.












by MacNN Staff

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  1. FrackingCylon1

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Good is Less than Good

    That's great that the iPad version is better, because the iPhone version is pretty weak. Might have been a major upgrade for iPad, but on the iPhone, this update was just a minor bug fix. It still cannot render HTML emails and start-up is PAINFULLY slow. Unfortunately, I have no options for enterprise Outlook syncing.

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